Barriers to Effective Communication
“FREE webinar on soft skills” – Another wonderful opportunity for those who missed out the last soft skills webinar organized by Piron Corporation. The over all experience and response was overwhelming, which enabled us to decide to host another soft skills webinar on 27th September, 2012.
Why Soft Skills?
The current trend demands proficient candidates who are equipped with soft skills that includes; Interpersonal skills, Behavioral traits such as attitude, motivation and time management, presentation skills, Courtesy and Honesty with work and organization, Team spirit, Adaptability, Cooperation, Positive work ethics, Business etiquette, Negotiation skills etc.
Therefore, each organization is trying to prepare a workforce, which is equipped with maximum number of soft skills weapons. These soft skills are always considered to be the differentiators in times of crisis. The market is well modernized. Each organization is looking for candidates who are exceptionally talented in terms of soft skills.
Major benefits of soft skills:
The exploding business opportunities on international scale has simply convinced organizations to look for faces who can remarkably represent their brand to larger audience including international locations. The researches are also favoring and placing soft skills ahead of everything.
Studies by Stanford Research Institute and the Carnegie Mellon Foundation among Fortune 500 CEOs found that 75% of long term job success depended on people skills and only 25% on technical skills.
Another study by Harvard University found that when a person gets a job, 85% of the time it is because their attitude, and only 15% of the time because of how smart they are and how many facts and figures they know.
The requirement of soft skills has become so pivotal that the yearly rankings of MBA colleges is much dependable on communication and interpersonal skills as these skill are the most in-demand critical skills needed in the corporate world, for triumph.
Thus, we are all set to organize another soft skills webinar for FREE. It would provide immense knowledge regarding soft skills. All the candidates will have a wonderful opportunity to interact with Mrs. Sangita Pandey, Director, Training and Business Development.
Mrs. Sangita Panday is Proficient at understanding the complexities of cross cultural etiquette, has successfully delivered cross cultural etiquette training to diverse audiences and now consults with organizations in UK and India.
Be prepared with a bunch of questions.
You can book a seat for free of cost. Kindly send us an email at email@example.com with subject line “Yes, I am attending”, in order to ensure your presence.