Do you know what research tells us is the single most critical factor in career success?
I’ll give you a hint – it isn’t such things as
No, the factor that contributes most to career success for an individual is SOFT SKILLS. These are the skills that enable you to understand, communicate with, and work with others – as well as manage yourself and your relationships.
So when I’m talking about soft skills, I’m talking about things like:
- Emotional Intelligence
- Time Management
- Goal Setting
- Personal Branding
- Organizational Skills
- Social Intelligence
If you possess soft skills like these, you hold the key to excelling and advancing in your career. If you lack them, you’ll find yourself lagging behind those who do.
That’s why I created this website – to provide all professionals a powerful tool to ensure their career success through soft skills development.
TheCareerDr.com is a Soft Skills E-learning Library – a place where you can master soft skills through the use of online courseware. This is the same courseware used by such organizations as:
Bureau of Land Management
Chevron Indonesia Co
City of Seattle
Eastman Chemical Company
Merck and Co., Inc.
Rutters Farm Stores
|Safelite Glass Corp
University of Georgia
University of Miami
University of Michigan
Each course comes complete with:
- E-learning courseware (delivering 3-4 hours of information-packed training)
- Training manual
- Activities worksheets to put your new skills to use
So the first thing you should do is register for your complementary course: “10 Soft Skills You Need.” This course is designed to give you an overview of 10 very important soft skills – as well as introduce you to the world of learning with online courseware.
It will be the first step you take in transforming your professional life.
About Your Coach
My name is Sandy Cormack. As “The Career Doctor” I’m committed to your career success. I’ve been a career coach and organizational development consultant for several years, and I specialize in helping professionals like you discover their strengths and develop critical soft skills, to take their career success to the next level.
If you’d like to discuss your situation, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To your success,