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DESPITE STRONG KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCES IN THE PALM OIL INDUSTRY, THE FARMERS IN SOUTHERN THAILAND ARE EAGER TO LEARN MORE ABOUT SOFT SKILLS THAT CAN HELP THEM SHARE THE IDEAS ABOUT THE SUSTAINABLE PRACTICES WITH THEIR FELLOWS. Speaking to more than 40 oil palm smallholder farmers in Krabi’s Ao Luk district yesterday, Su Boonlieng, the trainer, has given advice on which soft skills are necessary to help convey more persuasive messages within a narrative form. “No one likes to listen to only academic stuffs. People want to listen to the story, especially those that link to personal experiences. You need to structure the story,” he told a group of local farmers. Mr. Su, also singer and aut... Full story

21 July