The eLene4work self-assessment tool helps you identify your soft skills and digital soft skills.
After rating your own level of soft skills via a declarative questionnaire, you can also decide which ones are important for you.
You can then set your own learning agenda by analysing the results of the questionnaire to identify your strengths and areas for improvement, and decide whether you want to build on these strengths and/or fill the gaps in your soft skills profile.
Don't forget to generate the PDF file at the end of this process - you'll need a trace of this initial self-assessment in later stages.
This self-assessment is the first step in the eLene4work learning pathway.
Once you have decided which soft skills you want to work on, you can use the Orientation Guide to select MOOCs or other learning solutions.
You are also strongly advised to keep a personal journal of your learning and to do the self-assessment a second time to check on your progress.
Check out the self-assessment tool.
This self-assessment tool has been designed according to the results of prior work in the eLene4work project: literature review, analysis of existing tools and comparative analysis of the state of the art on soft skills and digital soft skills, focus groups carried out with students and young workers and with teachers and employers.