Learning & Development


At KloverHarris we leverage on our vastly experienced team to provide our clients with innovative and memorable solutions with long lasting effects for their learners, emphasis on relevant recognisable learning outcomes and justifying at the same time a significant increase in our clients’ return on investment.

We focus on building hard and soft skills of staff and individuals of different backgrouds of profession.

Soft skills can be defined as character traits or interpersonal aptitudes that affect your ability to work and interact with others.

They are natural abilities that usually can’t be taught in a classroom or managed quantitatively. They are often, but not always, “people” skills.

They also usually aren’t the type of skills that can be included in a resume skills section. Instead, you should showcase your soft skills by creating an achievement-oriented professional experience section.

As soft skills become more important, it’s good to know that although you can’t sit down in a classroom and learn a one, you can hone and develop these talents. As with any skill, practice makes perfect.

As you’re building your list of soft skills for your resume, consider these examples to guide you:

1 – Communication

Communication skills can be oral or written and allow you to express yourself effectively in the workplace. These skills are helpful in almost any position but are critical for careers in sales, human resources, and management.

2 – Teamwork

Teamwork skills allow you to operate well in a group setting in the workplace to quickly and effectively accomplish tasks. Teamwork is crucial for careers in market research, event coordination, and software engineering.

3 – Adaptability

Adaptability and flexibility are related skills and are about embracing and rolling with change.  They are particularly important when working in fast-pace or constantly changing work environments such as public relations, event management, nursing, and advertising.

4 – Problem-Solving

Problem-solving abilities are a blend of using analytical and creative thinking to find solutions. Careers where problem-solving is vital include law enforcement, information technology, and medical-related fields.

5 – Creativity

Creativity is a broad type of soft skill that can help you develop innovative solutions to problems at work. Instructional designers, architects, and artists are examples of jobs where creativity is crucial to success.

6 – Work Ethic

Work ethic is a soft skill that proves your belief in the importance of work and its ability to strengthen your character. Demonstrating work ethic should be important in every career, but is vital for first responders, teachers, and nurses.

7 – Interpersonal Skills

Interpersonal skills are those that you use near-constantly as you interact and communicate with co-workers and management. They are vital for people who work in customer service, realty, or financial planning.

8 – Time Management

Time management skills demonstrate your ability to work efficiently and productively by using your time wisely. Most every employer appreciates this soft skill, but it’s crucial if you’re an IT project manager, or work in loss prevention or legal fields.

9 – Leadership

Leadership is a soft skill that enables you to guide others while you fulfill the goals and mission of your organization. Leadership is critical for entrepreneurs, all types of management, and careers in teaching.

10 – Attention to Detail

Attention to detail allows you to be both thorough and accurate in your work. Careers suited to detail-oriented people include accounting, pharmacology, and engineering.

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FAQ: Learning and Development

Question: Are there online courses from KloverHarris Limited?

Answer: As we are well aware of the vast opportunities the internet offers, the Team is currently working towards placing some of our courses online for the benefit of all.

Question: Do you offer in-house training?

Answer: Yes, we do. , We develop acute courses that speak to company culture and emerging trends in the corporate environment. We also take in suggestions from Clients about specifics for sessions.