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THE WORKSHOPS

Connect the learning dots

TRUST THE NUMBERS

More than a century ago, in a study made by Harvard, Stanford & Carnegie Foundation, 94,5% of the 7000 surveyed engineers valued soft skills over technical skills.*

In today’s world, your ability to learn, unlearn, relearn, adapt and grow is not only valued but quintessential for your professional survival

In 2013, Project Oxygen, Google’s analysis of its internal management uncovered that soft skills, not STEM skills, stood behind success. And the Aristotle Project, showed that the most successful, innovative and productive teams featured social values, not just hard skills.**

There’s more…

In a 2017 survey by IET UK, 71% of surveyed employers reported issues with candidates having academic knowledge but lacking workplace skills.***

In India, 65% of mid-size companies privilege a soft-skill training over a technical training for their new employees.****

Both the academic and the professional worlds are stressing on the importance of nurturing skills beyond knowledge.

Isn’t time we revisited our educational journey to develop those much needed aptitudes to remain relevant in a world that is constantly changing?

WHAT DOES ALL THIS MEAN?

Life and career skills are at least as important as hard skills.

That’s why PERSED invests in the skills that remain untaught and that can boost personal, academic and professional growth.

This includes but is not limited to: self-knowledge, goal setting, productivity, communication & public speaking, time management, decision making, etc.

The workshops explore practical models, tools and strategies to improve the soft skills that are crucial for the challenges of the professional world.

If you want to enhance your skills, find your path or set meaningful goals… the Persedian workshops are here to help you.

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*From a 1918 research conducted by Harvard University, the Carnegie Foundation and Stanford Research Center

**From the Washington Post article on soft skills and Google’s project

***From the Institution of Engineering and Technology’s fact files.

****From a survey by IET India, information retrieved from Economic Times India