How it WorksWe know the best way to engage students is to make it fun.
SoftServe gamifies the development of soft-skills by asking students our two core questions: Who Cares, and Why? These simple questions allow students to think beyond their own experiences, empowering them to understand other perspectives. This builds and strengthens the most crucial foundational soft-skill. Empathy.
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To help meet the increased demand for soft-skills education, we’re opening up additional spots on our waitlist to give you free access to SoftServe.
SoftServe is a customizable game built on the foundations of Design Thinking and Social Emotional Learning (SEL).
In only 5-minutes a day, turn your students into soft-skills superheroes.
Educators are able to implement their curriculum seamlessly into the SoftServe framework
By gamifying empathy and curiosity, students are more willing to engage with the material and core questions.
SoftServe is available to every student. The Soft-Skills Revolution should not be hidden behind a paywall.
Soft-Skills For a Brighter Future.
The benefits of early soft-skills education goes beyond the student. Soft-skills build better communities, healthier relationships, and brighter futures.
- Soft-skills decrease dropout rates by almost 12%
- Soft-skills training increases productivity and retention in the workplace by 12%
- 79% of employers say soft-skills are the most important qualities for job success
- Early soft-skills education builds resiliency and confidence
A study from Boston College, Harvard University, and the University of Michigan found that soft-skill training such as communication and problem solving, boosts productivity and retention in the workplace by 12 percent, and delivers a 250 percent return on investment based on higher productivity and retention.
The adoption of soft-skills doesn’t just prepare students for their future careers. Early soft-skills education builds resiliency and gives students the confidence and skills needed to take on real-world problems, stresses, and complex emotional problems.
But Don’t Just Take It From Us
Here’s what the experts have to say
“These aren’t just soft-skills. These are the foundational skills that make life doable, workable, and enjoyable,”
Dr. Laura Flaxman,
Principal of Shenzhen American International School and Harvard Education Alum.
“People with stronger soft-skills are typically better at communicating, especially during difficult times. This is where true leadership emerges. Josh Bursin said it best: soft-skills are power-skills,”
Strategy and Operations Professional and Executive MBA Student at Cornell SC Johnson.