If you are going to achieve excellence in big things, you develop the habit in little matters. Excellence is not an exception, it is a prevailing attitude. - Colin Powell
Working well with others to accomplish and exceed goals establishes an environment built with teamwork in mind. Achieving a goal takes leadership, constructive guidance and compromise. #NoblesvilleWORKS
What is #NoblesvilleWORKS?
The #NoblesvilleWORKS Soft Skills Program was developed to foster the relationship between the city, businesses, and schools with a community-wide effort to increase awareness of soft skills throughout Noblesville and to help ensure our that our current and future residents are “work ready.”
The Noblesville Workforce Development Council identified four skillsets that successful employees need: academic skills, applied skills, technical skills and job interview skills.
The #NoblesvilleWORKS Soft Skills campaign is an initiative of the Noblesville Workforce Development Council, a council that includes schools (K-Ivy Tech), businesses, the Chamber of Commerce, nonprofit organizations, and the City of Noblesville, to accomplish the goal of providing strategies and a collaborative approach to improve workforce preparedness and training for individuals within our community, in-turn enhancing the Noblesville business environment.
How does my company get involved?
The goal of #NoblesvilleWORKS is to grow the awareness and create buzz about the importance of soft skills in our collaborative community. The campaign will highlight a monthly soft skill category and theme through creative resources (in print, electronic and social media formats) for community organizations to display cooperatively.
The program communicates the importance of six key soft skills categories in today’s technology-focused work environment. They are: Communication Skills, Work Ethic, Personal Ethics, Teamwork, Critical Thinking, and Higher Level Soft Skills.
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Stay Here Grow Here: The official site for the #NoblesvilleWORKS campaign
For more information on how your business or community organization can participate, contact Bob DuBois at firstname.lastname@example.org or 317-773-0086.