Want to love going to work?

Soft skills can transform your workplace!

Business has changed, but people haven't.

People want to be valued members of their team, and they want to feel supported. 

They want to be seen and heard. 

You have likely experienced this sense of belonging before, and it's time for you to bring it into your workplace. It's soft skills that allow people to work together openly, honestly, and towards common goals.

It's time to get back to The Heart of Business.

Soft skills can help you increase revenue, have better performing teams, and attend to your customers well. Learn how servant leadership can help you develop as a person who leads with humility, humanity, and transparency.

Earn a Soft Skills Certificate through the Business Solutions Institute with  six weeks of live, online learning with no tests and no papers. Looking for a new job or promotion? This credential is perfect to enhance your resume or LinkedIn profile. 

You can take either Part 1, Part 2, or both courses, but you must take both to earn a certificate.

Part 2 Begins April 6th

Live, online classes held from 7-8pm ET on Wednesdays. If you cannot attend live, no problem! All sessions will be recorded.

What Will I Learn?

Make yourself marketable for new opportunities, pay increases, and promotions with these key competencies you can learn from your living room.

  • Listening: April 6

  • Problem Solving: April 13

  • Priority Setting: April 20

  • Learn at Home

    Online convenience meets meaningful interaction with live Zoom sessions.

  • In Depth Study

    Research based and instantly applicable; guided by an award-winning professor

  • Have Questions?

    Contact us at communityinstitutes@roberts.edu

Get back to the Heart of Business!

Take Part 1 and 2 to receive your certificate!

Instructor

Professor of Management and Leadership Studies

Joel Hoomans

Prior to working in academia, Joel spent 10 years working in the field of Human Resources for Wegmans Food Markets, eventually becoming the company’s first Manager of Leadership Development. In 2006 Roberts Wesleyan College afforded him the opportunity to return to his one-time alma mater and facilitate the advancement of service leadership, strategic agility and people development on a broader scale. In addition to his teaching and administration duties for the college,

Have Questions?

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