Employability Skills

Employability skills are a critical element informing hiring decisions and retention and maintaining improved skills set in the workforce and in society.  Learn more about the key workplace skills that employers are asking for:

CommunicationFollow Through
Teamwork Active Listening
Personal ManagementPerseverance
Problem SolvingCritical Thinking
Professional DevelopmentIntrapersonal Skills

Personalized Workshops

Gratitude Lifemapping Personality styles
ResilienceCritical ThinkingSociability styles
CreativityDecision MakingMental Models
Innovation ThankfullnessLifespan Development

Please find a sampling of some of the workshops:



  • Understand how skills like communication, resourcefulness, problem solving, and others go hand-in-hand with professionalism.
  • Identify strategies for building these characteristics within yourself.
  • Explain what parts of professionalism have changed and remained the same in modern times.
  • Identify mistakes common to the millennial generation


  • A more cohesive and collaborative workforce
  • Increased productivity due to better resourcefulness and problem solving
  • Less interpersonal conflict due to a shared understand of what professionalism is.



By the end of this session, you will be able to…

  • Understand why learning self-awareness is critical and how it relates to our personal and professional lives
  • Explain the biology and brain science of self-awareness and where it sits today
  • Identify your own beliefs, values, and motivators in relation to others
  • Identify your stressors and how you react to them
  • Enact everyday strategies to build self-awareness within yourself.


  • Communicate and build stronger relationships with others
  • Feel more self-assured in your thoughts and feeling
  • Better able to anticipate and persist through stressful situations
  • More in control of your unconscious mind
  • More decisive



  • Techniques for reducing stress, overcoming anxiety, recharging and refocusing throughout the day
  • How skills like problem solving, interpersonal skills and emotional intelligence contribute to building resilience
  • Strategies for navigating personal and professional stress to focus your priorities and make clearer decisions under pressure


  • Ability to reframe workplace and personal problems
  • Bounce back quickly in the face of adversity
  • Reduced levels of stress and depression in yourself and employees
  • Improved fulfilment, well-being and career satisfaction



  • Promotes cooperation and makes our society civil and kind
  • Develop feelings of reverence for things that are given
  • Lower levels of envy, anxiety, and depression
  • Increase optimism and well-being


  • Compassionate, generous, and helpful
  • Increasing forgiving and more outgoing
  • Higher levels of positive emotion
  • Alert, alive, awake, experiencing joy and pleasure
  • Renewed optimism and happiness