Professional skills training designed for the modern employee

June 16, 2020

Professional skills training designed for the modern employee

Build stronger communicators, strategic thinkers, and higher functioning teams across the organization with soft skills content focused on the business savvy skills that every employee needs.

An organization is only as good as its people. Your people are what drive strategy, sell products, innovate, support customers, and make decisions. As technology and automation increasingly make their way into today’s workplace, human skills become all the more important. Knowing how to work well in teams, effectively manage time and projects, think critically and creatively, and be agile in times of change, are the professional skills that will make or break teams and organizations.

Digital Natives are coming to work — are you ready?

Gen Z—a generation of Digital Natives—will make up more than 20% of working adults by the end of 2020. While their technology skills are unmatched, there’s a growing concern that they have not yet developed the interpersonal skills required to succeed in today’s workplace. That’s why we created DNA: Digital Native Advancement, a brand new original learning series featuring 27 nano-learning courses designed to teach Digital Natives how to communicate, collaborate, influence, and lead. Empower GenZ to contribute more, faster. Explore the series.

Learn project management from history's mistakes of the past

The H Files, our new Cornerstone Original learning series, explores project management best practices through historical episodic storytelling. Learn from some of History's famous (and not-so-famous) project management mistakes. These 10 lessons will be available exclusively through Content Anytime Professional Skills.

Build higher functioning teams with our Professional Skills subscription

Explore how this subscription library teaches people how to communicate effectively internally and with customers, work well in teams, become digitally savvy, and manage their own career development.