Organizations recognize the role of soft skills in determining employee progression and productivity. Yet, the majority of companies do a poor job at developing soft skills within their ranks.
Even though hard skills, or technical skills, can influence hiring decisions, studies suggest organizations place greater value on a candidate’s soft skills.
The term “self-awareness” is often thrown around in regard to personal and professional development. However, do we really understand what self-awareness is, and more importantly, how it relates to individual development?
When it comes to soft skill assessment, organizations tend to rely on traditional methods like assessment centers and personality tests. These methods however, are costly, time consuming, and subjective. In comparison, CapsimInbox is an affordable alternative designed to objectively assess
Before we begin discussing the challenges impacting effective soft skill assessment and development, let’s once again define what constitutes “soft skills.” Soft skills span personal attributes that are non-technical in nature. They reflect important interpersonal and decision-making capabilities that facilitate
The importance of soft skills and their direct correlation to the success of an individual’s professional development is recognized by both educators and hiring organizations. So why do business schools struggle with the assessment and development of soft skills in
Chicago, IL – Introducing CapsimInbox, a new assessment tool that measures the key soft-skills students need to be successful and includes an Individual Development Plan (IDP) to improve those skills.
About the Webinar Get a first look at CapsimInbox and learn about the various ways it can be used. In brief, CapsimInbox is a simulation-based behavioral assessment that is self-directed and delivered online. It is designed to assess key skills