No matter what terminology you use – essential skills, soft skills, life skills, social emotional learning, character strengths, inter- and intra-personal skills, noncognitive skills, or 21st-century skills – you've probably been hearing more and more about these critically important capacities in recent years.
It’s indisputable that the emerging and resounding consensus among leaders and researchers alike is that they matter – a lot. On average, every $1 invested in essential skills programs yields $11 in long-term benefits
, ranging from higher lifetime earnings to better mental and physical health.1
In fact, they are essential to individual and organizational success.
Watch this webinar to see:
- The impact and economic benefits of evaluating and developing essential skills in the workplace
- Honest reviews from organizations measuring the essential skills of their teams
- How to turn educated guesses and gut feelings about employees into data-informed decisions to help employees succeed