Developing soft skills

Beyond academic knowledge, soft skills such as communication, teamwork and leadership are increasingly sought after by recruiters.

But these skills are difficult to teach and assess in a conventional curriculum. How can we help students develop their soft skills in concrete, measurable ways?


"Students appreciate receiving feedback from their peers on their areas for improvement and their strengths."

Christine Degot


Action Learning Mentor and Professor of Marketing

How does it work?

ChallengeMe offers a library of evaluation grids focusing specifically on soft skills: oral and written communication, team spirit, time management, creativity, etc. These grids can be used by students to evaluate each other during group work or presentations. These grids can be used by students to evaluate each other during group work or presentations. In this way, they receive concrete feedback to help them progress.

The platform makes it possible to track the progress of each student, semester after semester.

ChallengeMe features

Library of assessment grids for the soft skills most in demand

Tracking students' progress over time

Qualitative feedback to help students improve

Export data to create a skills portfolio

Evaluation in a group or on work produced

Time-saving export of notes to your LMS

Our webinar on identifying freeriders

In this webinar, you'll discover 3 case studies in workgroup evaluation:

Identifying free-riders; Developing soft skills; Measuring group dynamics

They use evaluation in a group

Answers to your questions

Absolutely! Groups can be synchronized from your Moodle platform or directly via an Excel file. It's the easiest and quickest activity to organize!

Try ChallengeMe free of charge

We invite you to try ChallengeMe free of charge. Please do not hesitate to contact us directly with any questions you may have. Our team will be delighted to help you!



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Contact us

+33(0)9 75 18 18 44

Our offices

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34000 Montpellier