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Prominent Soft Skills for the Future of Learning and Work

  • October 28, 2021
  • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
  • Zoom


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Prominent Soft Skills for the Future of Learning and Work

Presented by Lawrese Brown

  • Thursday, October 28, 2021  |  1:00 - 2:00 pm

    Via Zoom

    High school and college graduates are not prepared to enter the workforce. Why? Because they have not been taught or been able to develop soft skills - the intangible but impactful abilities that allow an individual to execute effectively in today's collaborative and distributed workplace.

    Participants will learn:

    --> A framework that will clearly connect the skills students learn at school with what skills they'll need for the job

    --> How important "attitude" is to securing and succeeding in the workplace and how students can demonstrate a "can-do" attitude to prospective employers during networking and interviews

    --> What the trends "skills not school" really means for today's graduates

  • PLEASE NOTE: No CEUs will be given for this presentation.


Lawrese Brown is an author, entrepreneur, workplace educator and leadership coach. She creates products and programs that equip professionals with the skills they need to feel confident and respected on the job. C-Track Training is a leader in workplace education and provides professionals with the information, guidance and skill development they need to excel as leaders on the job. Her insights on remote work, communication and management have been featured on Huffington Post, Fast Company and The Muse.

In addition to working with thousands of professionals, Lawrese’s career development work has impacted thousands of students. She authored and implemented a 30-hour soft skills curriculum for students in Schools That Can’s Advanced Manufacturing Program as well as a career exploration curriculum for first year students in the Educational Opportunity Fund Program at Brookdale Community College. She has a Masters in Educational Leadership, Advocacy and Politics from NYU Steinhardt.


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