Soft skills and problem solving
Soft skills and problem solving are elements of great relevance to our professional life in all sectors and at all levels. They are arrows in our arches, with which we can face some of the complex elements of the world of work, current and future: the growing number of relationships, interaction and interlocutorsRecently codified as a European key competence, personal and social skills, together with the ability to learn to learn, represent one of the 8 essential conditions for lifelong learning.
This confirms the need for specific training to be developed throughout the life span.
Hence our proposal in the catalog of online courses on Soft Skills, by attending this Erasmus plus course participants will improve their soft skills and emotional intelligence such as teamwork, leadership, stress management, conflict management, public speaking, effective communication, meeting management.
Soft skills and problem solving literally means ‘problem solving’, or the best possible response to a specific and usually new critical situation.
Problems, big and small, are the daily bread in the life of all of us and we are therefore all used to having to face them. But we are not all effective in solving situations in the same way, there are people who are more reactive, others are more reflective; people who are able to sharpen their wits, and others who see problems, but struggle to rationalize a solution. There are recurring problems for which we automate the solution and more complex problems for which an out-of-the-box approach is required.
During the course activities one day will be dedicated to a tour/visit of places, art and touristic cities (Firenze, Lucca, Pistoia, Pisa, Viareggio, Livorno, Arezzo, Massa e Carrara, Vinci, Montecatini Alto, ecc) museums or sports enterprices, tasting experiences and local tour.
Dates and location are subject to change.
- Problem solving: what it is and why it is an important cross-cutting skill
- Problem solving tools
- 6 other soft skills to support problem solving
- What are the 4 phases of problem solving: the method for solving problems
- Define the problem
- Generate alternatives
- Evaluate and select alternatives
- Implement the solutions