Soft Skills Are Important For Your Future

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Soft skills helps you to remain competitive as technical skills will be replaced by machines and A.I. easily in the future.


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Soft skills are transferable skills that are valued by employers across all sectors, unlike hard skills which are unique to one area of expertise.


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The future of work will see greater collaboration between humans and machines, which makes developing soft skills a must.


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Emotional intelligence is essential and unique to humans as machines cannot replace the way humans think and feel.


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As technology develops, there will be new problems that requires strong problem-solving abilities to find solutions.


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Soft Skills Development Online Courses

Interactive Online Experiences

Be Hyperfocus At Work

9am - 1pm

Today’s workforce suffer from a short attention span. In Udemy’s workplace distraction report, chatty coworkers (80%) and office noise (70%) were cited as the top distractors overall, followed by the aforementioned changes in the workplace (61%).

Effective Remote Working

9am - 1pm

Researchers (US Study, 2017) found that compared with people at low-trust companies, people at high-trust companies reported:

-74% less stress
-50% higher productivity
-106% more energy at work
-13% fewer sick days
-76% more engagement
-29% more satisfaction in their lives
-40% less burnout

Leading The Change

9am - 1pm

57% of Asian pacific C ‘suite respondents believe that the pace of change in digital transformation would increase significantly. In organisations, change initiatives are only successful when employees and leaders can deal with it successfully.

Keeping a Healthy Mind

9am - 1pm

67% of people are facing higher stress and 57% of respondents feel greater social anxiety (SAP & Qualtrics Survey). The stress induced by heightened job insecurity, financial instability and remote working limitations has escalated the feeling of social isolation. As such, 55% respondents in Mercer survey in march 2020, felt that online mental health resources were necessary for them.