SEVEN SKILLS FOR THE FUTURE
There are seven soft skills that are vital today. This is not about communication and presentation skills but about going deeper, driving behaviour change that will positively impact approaches to work and life. The Advantage is an experiential learning, high-impact two-day workshop based on the bestselling book 7 Skills for the Future by Emma Sue Prince and published by Pearson Business. Find out about our Licensed Trainer programme, equipping you to deliver this workshop to your own client groups and target market.
Emma Sue Prince has encapsulated the seven essential soft skills into 7 Skills for the Future– a book published by Pearson. This is a second edition. The first edition under the title The Advantage has been translated into Mandarin, Spanish, Dutch, Italian, Czech, Arabic and Indonesian.
So, what are these personal competences that will give you the advantage? There are seven skills, which are going to help you succeed, get or create that job, find your true strength and fulfill your potential.
A two-day experiential learning workshop designed to raise awareness of an individuals skills in adaptability, critical thinking, integrity, being proactive, optimism and resilience. These skills are vital in gaining and improving personal and professional success.
A three-day workshop to train the trainer in delivering, The Advantage 7 Skills programme. The training methodology is based around experiential learning that immediately raises learner awareness. Our next Licensed Training event runs 20th – 22nd June, 2019
"Having Emma Sue as a trainer helped us to realise what we need to be successful doing our job, not only in supervision but also in leadership skills. Thank you."
"I enjoyed how practical the training was... It's the most involved I've got on training."
"I enjoyed learning new strategies that will help me both personally and professionally. I enjoyed all the challenges that were set."
"The Advantage is great at making people stop and think... I can definitely see it having a role in our training programme."