The Hard Side of Soft Skills


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Principal of Thought Leadership and Advisory Services, Cornerstone
Webinar Recording Details
  • Date and Time
    Wed, Dec 09, 2020 at 12PM Pacific / 3PM Eastern
  • Duration
    1 Hour
  • Cost
    $0 (Free)
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Learning practitioners seldom receive requests to help organizations teach programming skills or learn how to repair computers. On the other hand, it’s likely that hardly a day goes by without a request from someone to help put together a leadership training, or to help a team become better communicators.
In this session, Brett Wilson, Principal of Thought Leadership and Advisory Services at Cornerstone, will discuss the similarity and differences between learning hard skills and learning soft skills. Concrete and operational definitions will unveil the mystery behind these two learning outcomes. The use of examples and case studies will clarify these positions.

About Brett Wilson

Brett is the Principal of Thought Leadership and Advisory Services at Cornerstone. In this capacity, he is able to leverage his expert knowledge of learning and development and his considerable experience as a business operations executive in the management of services and client-facing teams.

With considerable experience in the learning and training industry, Brett has been a part of literally hundreds of successful training and learning projects, some of which are the largest ever fielded, for both Government and Industry. Learning technology has been his focus for the last 12 years and he routinely advises corporate and government training professionals on the merits of blended learning and cost-effective learning solutions. He is a Senior Business Operations Executive who has spent the past 15+ years pioneering major business growth strategies and improving business units for the training industry. 

Brett has a strong background in training technologies, learning, and human performance improvement.


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