What is Soft Skill Training?

Soft Skill training is working on personal attributes, communication abilities, personality traits, etc. which are important socially and professionally. These skills help you with a lot of things in the workplace. Soft skills play an important role in the success and growth of a person. It is important for the employees to be able to interact well with others as every profession and role includes interacting with the clients, colleagues, managers, and others. Employees with good soft skills are also very adaptable to the role and environment irrespective of the field or industry. They are deemed as efficient candidates by the employers.

We cover the following Topics in Soft Skill Training:


Delegation is the assignment of authority to another person (normally from a manager to a subordinate) to carry out specific activities. It is the process of distributing and entrusting work to another person. Delegation is one of the core concepts of management leadership. The process involves managers deciding which work they should do themselves and which work should be delegated to others for completion. From a managerial standpoint, delegation involves shifting project responsibility to team members, giving them the opportunity to finalize the work product effectively, with minimal intervention. The opposite of effective delegation is micromanagement, where a manager provides too much input, direction, and review of delegated work. Delegation empowers a subordinate to make decisions. It is a shifting of decision-making authority as well as responsibility for the results from one organizational level to another lower one. However, a certain level of accountability for the outcome of the work does remain with the person who delegated the work to begin with.

Transformation From I To We:

We can all see this pattern in our bosses, subordinates, and colleagues: They have all the right skills, use the latest management tools, articulate the right messages with the most popular buzzwords, and espouse the right strategies. But underneath something seems to be missing. The first significant developmental transformation in our leadership journey involves a fundamental shift in orientation: from “I” to “We.” When it comes to measuring our leaders, we first sniff out is whether their arrows are pointing away from or curving back on themselves. If they lead from a self-centered “I” orientation; their arrows point directly back at themselves. If their “arrows” are pointing away; they are selfless, not self-centered. If our arrows are not pointing away, others will know it. People rarely respond to leaders whose arrows point back at themselves. Becoming a more authentic leader is not enough. We must be clear about why we lead.


A presentation conveys information from a speaker to an audience. Presentations are typically demonstrations, introductions, lectures, or speeches meant to inform, persuade, inspire, motivate, build goodwill, or present a new idea/product. Presentations usually require preparation, organization, event planning, writing, use of visual aids, dealing with stress, and answering questions. “The key elements of a presentation consists of presenter, audience, message, reaction, and method to deliver a speech for organizational success in an effective manner.” The term can also be used for a formal or ritualized introduction or offering, as with the presentation of a debutante. Presentations in certain formats are also known as keynote addresses. Interactive presentations, in which the audience is involved, are also represented more and more frequently. Instead of a monologue, this creates a dialogue between the speaker and the audience. The advantages of an interactive presentation is for example, that it attracts more attention from the audience and that the interaction creates a sense of community.

Marketing and Negotiation:

A negotiated market is a type of secondary market exchange in which the prices of each security are bargained out between buyers and sellers. Instead, buyers and sellers actively negotiate on the price at which a transaction is finalized either directly or through the use of brokers.

Interviewing Skills For Senior/middle-Level Managers:

Interviewing skills are your ability to interact with the employer or interviewer and show them why you are the best-fit candidate for the job role. Your interview skills give an interviewer insight into how you will communicate in the workplace and solve problems.

Decision-Making And Problem-Solving Skills For Managerial Efficiency:

Problem-solving involves identifying an issue, finding causes, asking questions, and brainstorming solutions. Gathering facts help make the solution more obvious. Decision-making is the process of choosing a solution based on your judgment, situation, facts, knowledge or a combination of available data.

Leadership Excellence:

Leadership Excellence means being on the road towards what is better, more successful. This requires the leader to be committed to development and improvement and be aware of them. He/she needs to know what should be changed and how the change is to be implemented and need to be going ahead on the road.

Negotiation Skills:

Negotiation skills are inherent qualities that help two or more parties agree to a common logical solution. In the workplace, you may have to display your negotiating skills in various situations such as: Negotiating a salary hike with the HR manager after promotion.

Team Building Skills:

Team building is knowing how to help individuals work as a cohesive group where all members feel invested in the direction and accomplishments of the team. All members have input towards developing goals and defining the steps to take to reach those goals.

Embark Basic – College To Corporate Transition:

Campus to corporate is a life-changing transformation, and while it is possible that you may go back to studying for a while, it marks the beginning of your adulthood. It is a life transition that is exciting because you get to work in your dream job, earn money and enjoy spending it as you wish!

Marketing For Non-marketing Professionals:

The best way to explain marketing to non-marketers is to make it relevant to them. There are 3 marketing topics we regularly see create the most interest in non-marketing audiences. Those are advertising, innovation and insights.

Selling Skills:

Selling skills are the “muscles” that give strength and flexibility to sales professionals. They are developed through experience, sales coaching, and training. They must be refined throughout a sales rep’s career.

Finance For Non-finance Professionals:

The course gives an understanding of basic accounting and financial concepts and ability to assimilate the financial information of an organization. The aim here is to equip you with a roadmap and framework for how financial professional makes decisions.

Customer Orientation:

Customer orientation is a business approach that puts the needs of the customer over the needs of the business. Customer-oriented companies understand that the business won’t thrive unless it consistently improves customer focus. It’s a way of thinking that aligns your business goals with your customer’s goals.

Communication Skills:

Communication is defined as the ability to convey or share ideas and feelings effectively. Several experts agree that communication skills include: Conveying messages without misinterpretation or misleading others. Effectively communicating with a range of people from all walks of life.

Embark Advanced:

The Advance by Embark Platform offers access to a Cash ISA, Stocks and Shares ISA, Investment Account, Retirement Account, Cash Account and both Junior ISA and Junior Retirement Accounts.