the lesson will demonstrate 10 essential soft skills in a presentation format. Students will be asked to actively engage in the class discussion, make connections to their own experiences, and relate those experiences to the subject matter. The information will be delivered through instructional talks, open-ended questions, internet video references, GIFs or occasional memes, and a final review game. We will discuss 10 soft skill topics while examining, fact-finding, and putting these soft skills into perspective.
We will navigate further into why these skill topics matter most in today's evolving world. The 10 skill topics we will discuss are; Communication, Attitude, Time Management, Appearance & Etiquette, Character, Diversity & Culture, Teamwork, Critical Thinking, Service Excellence, and Personal Leadership. The class structure is collaborative. One-on-one enrollments are welcomed, will meet as scheduled, and are collaborative amongst the instructor and learner.
The training is meant to be both thought-provoking and insightful. The lesson will be learner-centered where the instructor’s primary role is to coach and facilitate learning and overall comprehension of the material. Prior knowledge of soft skills is not required however, students are encouraged to research the provided reading materials prior to class, make connections, share experiences, and give scenarios that reflect the material discussed throughout the lesson. By exploiting various studies that examine the need for soft skills in university, work, and everyday-life situations, we will learn, by best practice, how we can develop and strengthen our soft skills. The grand finale game will be a fun take on my personal favorite hit-TV game show which will test the students' knowledge of what they have learned from the lesson.