In the 70s, Paul Hersey and Ken Blanchard issued the leadership theory  of Situational Leadership, which is, in a nutshell, "the right leadership at the right time" .
As solutions to develop, identify and measure soft skills mature, it is needed to create a leadership theory to enable the activation of the right soft skills in the right place at the right time : it is the theory of Contextual Soft Skills.
Like the Situational Leadership theory with the Situational Leadership Model, the Contectual Soft Skills has a design pattern, which is called Soft Skills Glass.
Where the Situational Leadership Model shows a board of four quadrants and a table, Soft Skills Glass shows a four layers structure which is thinner in the middle .
To train professionals to activate the right soft skills in the right place at the right time, the creative SME Do-Khac Decision proposes a portofolio of training sessions of which learning approach is self-determined ("heutagogic") .
To enable professionnals to activate the right soft skills in the right place and at the right time, Do-Khac Decision proposes a portofolio of joyful collaborative tools such as La Maitrise d'Usage, SoftSkills48 ou DISC Governance.
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 Après le leadership situationnel, les soft skills contextuels, Répertoire de l'entreprise numérique créative, août 2021
 An heutagogy for upskilling / reskilling : the Enterprise Adventure Game, L'entreprise numérique créative, aug 2021
About the creation of the Contextual Soft Skills theory
The Contextual Soft Skills theory is the result of design thinking research on management and hands-on experience.
Besides a review of leadership theories, an exhaustive study of soft skills frameworks (Fr : référentiel) published by various French actors (adminstration, state agency, academic institutions, non governmental organization,...) was critical to create the Contextual Soft Skills theory [a].
About the probable creator
Tru Do-Khac (X79), a Vietnamese French consultant, has a hands-on experience of a diversity of enterprise cultures [b]
the first part of his career, he served companies of worldwide culture
reputation (IBM and Accenture), an european company (Alcatel NV, today
Nokia) and a French large company which has become international (France
Telecom, today Orange). After serving Alcatel and before entering Accenture, he joined a telecom consulting SME
based in Paris.
In the second part of his career, as a freelance professional, he has been delivering consulting services, designing soft skills tools, making self-funded research on management, writing two books, nurturing several blogs, while volonteering in social activities.