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The importance of soft skills to the vietnamese economy   can cham
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The importance of soft skills to the vietnamese economy   can cham
The importance of soft skills to the vietnamese economy   can cham
The importance of soft skills to the vietnamese economy   can cham
The importance of soft skills to the vietnamese economy   can cham
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  • 1. Breakfast Club HCMC 18, April, 2014 The Importance of Soft Skills to the Vietnamese Economy Brian O’Reilly The International Management Initiative for Vietnam (IMIV)
  • 2. • A Skilled Workforce: vital to ensure that the Vietnamese economy continues to develop. • Comprises different domains of skills: o cognitive skills, o people skills, and o technical skills. • Skills Gap in Vietnam: closing of this skills gap is imperative for strong economic growth. • Vietnamese Employers: high quality cognitive, people, and technical skills. A Skilled Workforce
  • 3. • Cognitive skills: include the use of logical, intuitive and creative thinking. • People skills: include • social skills, • life-skills, • emotional stability, • decision making, • interpersonal skills and • other soft skills. Cognitive and People Skills
  • 4. • Technical Skills: gets your foot in the door. • People Skills: what opens most of the doors to come. • Soft Skills that are Crucial for Career Success: o your work ethic, o your attitude, o your communication skills, o your emotional intelligence, and o a whole host of other personal attributes. Soft Skills
  • 5. • Soft Skills help you Excel as a Leader. o problem solving, o delegating, o motivating, and o team building are all much easier if you have good soft skills. • Knowing how to get along with people – and displaying a positive attitude – are crucial for success. How Soft Skills Help You
  • 6. • Soft Skills: often undervalued, less development opportunities. • Organizations: expect people know how to behave on the job. • We Assume that Everyone Knows and Understands the Importance of: o being on time, o taking initiative, o being friendly, and o producing high quality work. Undervalued
  • 7. World Bank’s STEP Employer Survey • found that leadership, problem solving, creative and critical thinking, and communication were in the top five job- related skills among white and blue-collar workers.
  • 8. Breakfast Club HCMC For further Information please contact: Mr Brian O’Reilly Ph: 0903 - 351 462 Email: brian @imiv.org

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