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What are are job skills and how are hard skills different than soft skills..

What are are job skills and how are hard skills different than soft skills..

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  • 1. Skill is your Ability and confidence to accomplish tasks.
  • 2. They are generally two types of Job Skills - hard and soft skills. Most jobs require a combination of both hard and soft skills.
  • 3. Soft skills are influenced by our personality. These are words that describe who you are as a person.
  • 4. Things that impact our soft skills are: how we are raised, how we are trained. They are hard to acquire in a short period of time
  • 5. Soft skills may also be known as
    behavioral competencies
    Interpersonal Skills, or
    people skills.
  • 6. Some examples of soft skills are:
    Ability to come to work on time regularly.
    Ability to work independently with our supervision.
    Good communication skill to get along other people.
  • 7. Increasinly soft skills are gaining more and more importance.
    For example a lawyer not only needs to know the finer points of law but also the skill to manage a client.
    An IT person not only should know how to program but also be able to deal with users (internal and external) to better understand what will be useful to them.
  • 8. As mentioned earlier, changing a soft skill is more difficulty.
    It is a combination of training and trial and error over a long period of time for many people.
    It is difficulty to change a personality trait.
  • 9. Eg of Soft skills:
    Adaptable, Motivate co-workers, Good listener, Team player, Dependable, Conscientious, Punctual, Analytical, Organized, Honest, Energetic, Artistic, Enterprising, Outgoing, Productive, Responsible.
  • 10. Hard skills are:
    your knowledge and ability to accomplish a process or procedure related to your job,
    eg for an accounting job: manage an account, accounts receivable and payable, year end taxation.
  • 11. These skills relate to industry specific jargon and could be easily measurable.
    Hard skills are usually tangible, specific, and usually teachable:
  • 12. typing 50 words per minute or changing tires.
    Hard skills are the technical or administrative knowledge that an employee must have to support the activities of a specific business activity or a job.
  • 13. Example of Hard Skills:
    Operate a forklift, Program a computer, Read a GPS, Build furniture, Install a dishwasher, Paint, Order merchandise, Count money, Write a manual, Set-up equipment, Drive a vehicle, Perform surgery, Teach a language, File documents, Plant a tree
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