The Woodley Brand, LLC was proud to facilitate Business & Dining Workshop for students of Panther Prime (Preparing, Retaining, and Investing in Males through Engagement) African American Male Initiative in partnership with Office of Career Services at Georgia State University.
This interactive workshop is designed to help students understand the importance of having a professional presence in business settings.
Invited employer panelist shared tips on how to engage with a recruiter at an employer sponsored event on campus or career fair.
The learning objective for this workshop is to educate students on the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) Career Competency of Professionalism and Work Ethic to ensure attainment and demonstration of this competency.
Students gained a understanding of the important role soft skills play in the workplace in addition to hard skills.
Students learned how social media mistakes could damage your brand and career.
In addition, students learned how to develop good conversation skills and subjects to avoid in social interactions.
A part of the Business & Dining Etiquette Workshop involve tips for dining. Students were able to apply what they learned in a real environment during the dining experience.
We also covered how to make a good first impression and the importance of a professional business attire.
“We have a responsibility to teach the next generation with essential soft skill for career success. Students must be given every opportunity to be successful especially during the college to career transition. Our workshops are designed to partner with organizations developing the next talent for our future workforce.” – Niakesha Woodley, President The Woodley Brand, LLC
Employers are demanding more soft skills from their workforce. Are our students ready? To book one of our soft skills workshops contact us today click here.