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Title: Soft Skills Training on Women Developments in The Stem Areas: The Challenge to Empowering Iran Women in The Entrepreneurship Education
Authors: Rahmani, H.
Pereira, Anabela
Mingueis, M.
Editors: Jardim, J.
Rodrigues, E.
Keywords: Soft Skills
Iranian Entrepreneur’s Women
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: Educação Empreendedora e Cidadania: Construindo Pontes, Criando Futuro - Livro de Resumos.
Citation: Rahmani, H., Pereira, A., Mingueis, M. (2022). Soft Skills Training on women developments in the STEM areas: the challenge to empowering Iran women in the entrepreneurship education. In J. Jardim & E. Rodrigues (Cord.) Educação Empreendedora e Cidadania: Construindo Pontes, Criando Futuro - Livro de Resumos. (pp. 111-112). [ISBN: 978-989-9012-72-1].
Abstract: Nowadays, is given that women who graduate in Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) fields make up a high percentage of the community, and very few are succeeded in the labor market. To succeed in any profession and academic context a set of skills is required, known as soft or non-technical skills. These skills increase women’s ability to deal with the problems and adversities they face in the workplace. The greatest assets of any country are the creative learners and entrepreneurs who play a key role in the production of goods and services. Thus, empowerment of their skills through training in soft skills such as communication, preceptive, and decision-making skills of self and others can reduce economic and employment problems as well as increase productivity and efficiency of employees in different sectors. In this study, various soft skills are presented, which highlight the importance of training these skills for all citizens and in particular for women in the field of STEM, in order to develop entrepreneurial skills and promote personal empowerment and development. This research also examines the barriers women entrepreneurs are facing in Ira ,which include behavioral and personality restrictions, family and role restrictions, social and cultural restrictions, educational and training restrictions, infrastructural restrictions, and soft skills optimization solutions. Some implications are suggested regarding the contribution that entrepreneurship offers to the promotion of citizens’ health and well-being.
ISBN: 978-989-9012-72-1
Type: article
Appears in Collections:CIEP - Artigos em Livros de Actas/Proceedings
PSI - Artigos em Livros de Actas/Proceedings

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