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According to recent surveys by the US Department of Labor, communication skills, interpersonal skills, strong character, emotional intelligence, and other “soft skills” are most lacking in the workforce, especially among youth and young adults. For the unemployed, increased technical skills and academic skills can open new doors to employment. These “soft” Life Skills will open doors beyond — to promotion, continuing education, and happy, successful living.

Everyone wants to live a happy, productive life…

Not every one knows where to begin.

Self-Development

Self-Development

Self-Concept
Self-Esteem
Self-Confidence
Dealing with Emotions
Dealing with Conflict
Dealing with Stress
Dealing with Criticism

Achieving Personal Goals

Achieving Personal Goals

Identifying Interests
Setting Priorities
Setting Goals
Decision Making
Solving Problems
Planning
Managing Time
Clear Thinking
Systems Thinking

Interpersonal Skills

Interpersonal Skills

Listening Effectively
Speaking Effectively
Being Assertive
Relating to People
Following Directions
Giving Directions
Identifying Work Styles
Working Well with Teams

How does it work? Read an excerpt from the Instructional Management Guide (IMG) for the “Achieving Personal Goals” Series to learn how Life Skills 25 works.

The Life Skills 25 curriculum provides a foundation upon which your students can grow and learn to deal more effectively with life events, academic environments, and work situations. This program is specially-designed for those in need of personal and interpersonal skills development — skills that contribute to overall social and personal adjustment and workplace skills.  Development of these soft skills also affects student independence and success in academic pursuits.

Life skills development is essential for those seeking to change lives.

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