No matter what industry students enter upon graduation, the jobs they fill and the skills they need to perform will likely change over time. Rapid technological advances continue to shorten the shelf life of many specialized skills, so it’s become increasingly important for learners to have non-technical skills when they enter the workforce.
Top job surveys have found that employers value graduates who possess cross-cutting skills like communication, collaboration, critical thinking, and problem solving. Organizations look for candidates with soft skills like these because they transfer across all industries, apply to roles beyond the one they start in, and impact how adaptable they are to workplace changes.
Higher ed institutions understand this need, but it’s difficult to assess and develop students’ soft skills at scale.
Join us for a webinar on August 29th at 2:00 PM to learn:
- What the current skills demand looks like
- Which competencies employees need to remain employable for the long term
- How experiential video exercises enable scalable skill development
Reserve your spot today!