Workforce Development

C5E: Soft Skill Development for Early Career Success*

Colleges and universities across the country are charged with preparing college students for leadership and career opportunities within various industries all over the world. Many institutions have failed to live up to that charge which, consequently, decreases a recent college graduate’s competitiveness for opportunities within their respective careers.

The Table SALT Group designs research-based curriculum that enhances self-efficacy with Creativity, Conflict Management, Collaboration, Critical Thinking, Communication, and Ethical Decision Making.

The Leadership Training for Early Career Professionals (LTECP) curriculum is a proposed solution to the shortage of new leaders prepared to advance up the career latter within an organization in that the program was created realizing that the organization must be proactive to create leaders. It takes not only the early exposure to technical knowledge and textbook mastery that were acquired in college, but a continuation of those experiences in the professional workplace in order to have a high impact on future career opportunities. It also takes an understanding of the path to the senior levels; and it takes inspiring leaders and mentors to step in and do something different than what has been done in the past.

Contact us for a consultation to learn how to implement this program in your workplace.

Sources:
Hairston Green, D.Y. & Smith, L.S. (2016, October). Accountability, Growth and Excellence: Mentorship Through the AGEs. Paper presented at New Mexico Mentoring Institute. Developmental Networks: The Power of Mentoring and Coaching, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

*Hairston-Green, D.Y. (2015). Conceptual Framework of C5E Soft Skill Development for Early Career Success

Hairston Green, D.Y. & Smith, L.S. (2015, October). Institutional Culture Impact on Leading Teams and Mentoring. Paper presented at the New Mexico Mentoring Institute. NewPerspectives in Mentoring: A Quest for Leadership Excellence and Innovation, Albuquerque, New Mexico. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.1.4475.5282

Hairston Green, D.Y. & Smith, L.S. (2014, October). Student Leadership Through Professional Development and Mentorship. Paper presented at New Mexico Mentoring Institute. Developing Networks: Mentoring and Coaching

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