Soft skills are personal skills that mainly show themselves in relation to others. They are communicative and social skills, involving emotional intelligence, personal efficiency and leadership. But dealing well with yourself, the ability to focus and react resiliently to setbacks are also part of soft skills.
For example, a bus driver can manage his driving techniques well, but that does not make him a courteous driver in traffic. Being friendly and being able to communicate well with the travelers are in this case soft skills that must be well developed.
An important facet in soft skills training is giving and receiving feedback. That is why we stimulate interaction with others in the learning environment. We realize this by giving participants in the training courses the opportunity to invite a ‘supporter’ to give feedback. This can be a colleague, yourself as an employer or a hired teacher. The given tips can be processed by the student and taken to a new lesson. This way your employee is prepared as well as possible for what is to come in practice!
– Toon Coopmans –
Technical Service Manager, Interfood
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