The Leadership training market is estimated to be worth $366 billion globally..."
This list is looking largely at startups we suspect you may not have heard much about so far -- but will likely see in the headlines in 2020.
Our platform is intended to be highly interactive and experiential, Sosa said. Verb is trying to impact skillsets and mindsets with training on how to have a difficult conversation, how to set goals..
We’re in a moment in time where even the understanding of soft skills is changing. Once upon a time, soft skills were giving and receiving feedback or setting goals. And now, it’s the things like mindfulness, self-awareness and unconscious bias.
We are at an exciting moment in time when companies realize that leadership development isn’t just for senior employees,” Verb co-founder and CEO Suzi Sosa
Verb uses a blended learning model to teach both traditional leadership skills and modern ones. Users learn through a series of “bite-size” micro-lessons and group learning classes.
The investment was led by data.world co-founder Brett Hurt, Silicon Labs Chairman Nav Sooch, tennis legend Andy Roddick, Tiff’s Treats co-founder Leon Chen and Barshop Ventures.
Verb Inc., an Austin startup that makes software for business leadership training, raised a $6.4 million seed round..."
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