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The professional performance of employees is based on technical skills, but also on human skills. For a successful increase in skills, it is therefore important to organise a training programme to help learners cultivate the talents they need to perform their respective jobs. life skills trainingIn order to successfully develop skills, it is therefore important to organise a training programme so that learners can cultivate the talents they need to carry out their respective jobs. Fifty helps to develop these so-called "soft skills" through an innovative approach: eDoing.
Soft skills are the personal qualities needed to adapt to various situations. A person demonstrates interpersonal skills when he or she is able to behave appropriately in all circumstances. In the workplace, this translates into the ability to solve various problems and to demonstrate an attitude of efficiency.
Soft skills include a variety of competences: responsiveness, stress management, empathy, curiosity, etc. Even if these are innate or cultivated characteristics from a very young age, it is possible to develop them in the professional context from a life skills training. Learning enables the integration of behaviours that are better oriented towards individual and collective performance.
Such training allows, among other things, to :
Behavioural intelligence is as important as knowledge and know-how. Indeed, an employee's competence is based on both theoretical and technical mastery of the job, as well as the ability to exercise these skills in a timely manner. The life skills training is therefore essential to develop the skills of each employee.
In the professional context, the Action de Formation En Situation de Travail (AFEST) remains the best way of integrating new skills, and this also applies to soft skills. This method ensures motivation, commitment and retention.
Using the Nudge approach, the Fifty digital platform aims to encourage sustainable behavioural change among employees in companies. This approach has the particularity of excluding constraints and sanctions, and of obtaining results by creating a psychological and physical environment conducive to change.
This method has proved its worth in many contexts, by directing the targeted subjects towards a behaviour that favours the desired objective. For example, in the Paris metro system, the RATP used Nudge to promote cleanliness by placing bins in easily accessible places, accompanying them with encouraging messages and avoiding the stressful colour red.
Fifty combines the Nudge approach with the power of artificial intelligence to set up a life skills training programme. Fifty proposes a list of micro-actions to make progress on a daily basis, and the AI takes care of individualising the learners' path. This method ensures concrete results, with quantifiable changes in real time.
By gently instilling new behaviours, Fifty ensures long-term results. It is a practical method that is far more effective than traditional skill acquisition processes, which are usually too theoretical according to the learners. This is eDoing.