SOFT SKILLS lEAD TO SUCCESS
Does your team need help with communications, conflict, interpersonal skills, or cultivating resilience? Kathy supports the inner work that helps teams work smarter and better together. Soft Skills are the unique characteristics of your personality that facilitate great relationships and communication. Workplace soft skills can be learned and enhanced. They help you:
focus, stay organized, and work more effectively
build confidence to tackle challenging situations, individually and collectively
cultivate your educational and leadership potential
move along a career pathway
Workshops are delivered via Zoom and can be customized to your training needs. Want to discuss your unique needs? Schedule an appointment here, and let's explore how to increase your impact and innovation.
As we return to work, employers need to emphasize empathy, motivation, grounding, interpersonal skills, and adaptability, along with problem-solving and communications. In today's climate, the most effective trainings provide evidence-based stress management and mental health skills, along with tools to strengthen belonging and relationships. These soft skills trainings help align workplace culture, increase employee engagement, overcome barriers, and stimulate collaborative approaches to reaching goals.
Team development and clearly communicating workplace culture norms build trust, confidence, cooperation, collaboration, and resilience. Stress management and resilience-building practices are integrated into these interactive workshops, featuring practical solutions, case studies with real-life examples and scenarios, discussion-based learning, and skills demonstrations.
"The workshops are so useful, especially the breathing and stress management."
"I am learning new ways of thinking, like critical thinking about unconscious biases and how to build bonds."
"I’ve learned about teamwork, communications, and goal setting."
"I’ve learned how to be more patient, have a sense of humor, and suspend judgment."
"The case study problems at the end of each section resemble real-life situations – really learned from the conversations."