" WHAT HAPPENS IF WE INVEST INVEST IN DEVELOPING OUR PEOPLE AND THEY LEAVE US ?
WHAT HAPPENS IF WE DON’T AND THEY STAY? "
Welcome to Soft Skills Studio – your one stop shop for all your team training needs!
The eternal dilemma of whether to spend on training arises because training is looked at as an expense, not an investment.
But numbers don’t lie!
Companies that invest in training have a 24% higher profit margin.
A report gathered by a management and investment banking firm showed more than 80% of the survey respondents agreed that executive training had high return on their investment.
Millennials (75%) and Gen Xers (72%) place a high importance on anytime/anywhere training.
People are the lifeblood of any organisation. How do you want to nurture yours?
But then if you don’t make that investment, the expense you pay in the long run could be pretty high!
If you are looking to avoid that expense, you have come to the right place!
As a corporate trainer for 21 years, I am passionate about empowering people with skills that will take them ahead in their career. Over the years, I have trained teams on modules like presentation skills, business communication, email writing, personal branding, assertive communication, customer service, among others
THE CHANGING FACE OF TEAM TRAININGS
- In a world where hybrid workplaces have become commonplace, the way training them works also had to change.
- I have successfully designed and delivered virtual programs over a period of weeks for corporate teams.
- In fact, this yields better results since teams meet up week after week to practise and get constant feedback
HOW DOES THIS WORK?
All training programs are highly interactive with a focus on “doing”. Some methodologies include:
Do you have any questions, shoot at email to firstname.lastname@example.org or DM me on Linkedin
Suman Kher did a virtual training program on communication & presentation skills for our customer facing staff. Initially we were skeptical about the effectiveness of this virtual program. But Suman made it quite an effective one with her “No power point” concept, engaging the participants with her interactive style of training, mock presentations, role plays etc.. Really liked the way she makes participants feel comfortable to speak up.