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Soft Skills (codice 91954)

Curriculum: Global Economy and Business del corso di Global economy and business
Programmazione per l'A.A.: 2020/2021

Appelli d'esame: Calendario - Prenotazioni
Orari del corso di Global economy and business: apri


Crediti Formativi Universitari (CFU): 3
Ambito disciplinare: Altre conoscenze utili per l'inserimento nel mondo del lavoro
Attività: Ulteriori attività formative (art.10, comma 5, lettera d) (F)
Ore studio: 21

Canale unico
  • Docente: DI GIACINTO MARINA Scheda informativa del docente DI GIACINTO

Obiettivi:
Learning Objectives
Despite the crucial importance of acquiring knowledge and information in the fundamental areas of the program, employability depends also on personality development and self-confidence. The soft-skills course helps students in understanding and developing those qualities by engaging in group activities and presentations and reports writing, with the ultimate aim to develop a strong inclination to share and embrace new ideas and develop a creative attitude.

Programma:
The course starts from the distinction between hard skills and soft skills.
Hard skills are specific and teachable. They are actual knowledge, technical or intellectual and are typically quantifiable and measurable. They include traditional knowledge areas such as the STEM subjects - Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics - but also encompass other measurable skills such as language proficiency and technical skills.
By contrast, soft skills are more difficult to measure and quantify. Often called interpersonal skills, they include personality traits such as critical thinking, leadership, problem-solving and life skills - which include negotiating, networking, and working with cultural diversity as well as communication and listening, etiquette, getting along with other people.
Both types of skills are necessary to successfully perform and advance in most jobs.
Presentation skills are especially important in the workplace. Knowing how to present your ideas, to a group or an individual, in a way which is both informative and persuasive, is the best tool in your arsenal for success and career advancement.
The course focus on the ability of making a successful presentation.

Testi:
Attending students
Notes provided by the instructor and additional materials provided to prepare a specific presentation that will be selected based on the background education of students.

Non-attending students
Specific material to be studied will be provided by contacting the instructor.


Soft Skills (codice 91954)

Curriculum: Dual Degree Unicas - Epoka University del corso di Global economy and business
Programmazione per l'A.A.: 2020/2021

Appelli d'esame: Calendario - Prenotazioni
Orari del corso di Global economy and business: apri


Crediti Formativi Universitari (CFU): 3
Ambito disciplinare: Altre conoscenze utili per l'inserimento nel mondo del lavoro
Attività: Ulteriori attività formative (art.10, comma 5, lettera d) (F)
Ore studio: 21

Canale unico

Obiettivi:
The Soft Skills course helps students in developing those qualities by engaging in group activities and presentations and reports writing, with the aim to develop a strong inclination to share and embrace new ideas and develop a creative attitude.

Programma:
The course starts from the distinction between hard skills and soft skills.
Hard skills are specific and teachable. They are actual knowledge, technical or intellectual and are typically quantifiable and measurable. They include traditional knowledge areas such as the STEM subjects - Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics - but also encompass other measurable skills such as language proficiency and technical skills.
By contrast, soft skills are more difficult to measure and quantify. Often called interpersonal skills, they include personality traits such as critical thinking, leadership, problem-solving and life skills - which include negotiating, networking, and working with cultural diversity as well as communication and listening, etiquette, getting along with other people.
Both types of skills are necessary to successfully perform and advance in most jobs.
Presentation skills are especially important in the workplace. Knowing how to present your ideas, to a group or an individual, in a way which is both informative and persuasive, is the best tool in your arsenal for success and career advancement.
The course focus on the ability of making a successful presentation.

Testi:
Attending students
Notes provided by the instructor and additional materials provided to prepare a specific presentation that will be selected based on the background education of students.

Non-attending students
Specific material to be studied will be provided by contacting the instructor.


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