Personal & Professional Skill Sets
1. Communications: Speak & write well and get your ideas across to other easily.
2. Creativity & Innovative: Use your imagination to come up with new ideas or
to solve problems, make changes, introduction of something new
3. Strategic Thinking: Plan your day and keep problems/accidents from
4. Assertiveness: Insist on one's rights or opinions.
5. Analysis: Break a problem down to see what is really going on.
6. Adaptability: Able to adapt oneself to new surroundings; to make suitable
change so as to fit new conditions. “I have no issues with change. I am confident in
my ability to adjust my actions of behaviors as needed, and consider myself
adaptable to all situations – not just change.”
7. Hardworking: Done with energy, industrious, diligent.
8. Smart work: Perform tasks in the fastest and simplest ways that they can be
9. Consistent: continous improving, constant to same principles, not changing.
10. Negotiations: Remember you as expert, it’s like give & takes,
11. Self Confident: Believe in and feel good about yourself, trusting, fully assured,
belief, trust in you, credibility. Feel very confident and positive about yourself and
12. Pleasant: Nice person for others to talk to and be with.
13. Ability to Work with Others: Cooperative, work well with others,
14. Precise: Make sure that things are done accurately, correctly and exactly.
15. Meeting Deadlines whatever assigned, make sure that have to complete that
activity in time.
16. Initiative: Ready to take more responsibility; resolve pending quires, Handling
escalation, creative, supervising, to take calculated risks, without fear of
17. Flexibility: Manageable, adaptable and versatile, Can carry out many different
responsibilities, sometimes with very little advanced notice
18. Organizational Skills: Place things in working order, Arrange people/plan
events/put things in order so that they run smoothly.
This is about showing that you can priorities, work efficiently and productively, &
manage your time well. It's also good to be able to show employers how you decide
what is important to focus on and get done, and how you go about meeting
19. Ability to Learn on the Job: like learn from errors, mistakes, learning new
20. Prioritizing: like Emergency request or working on normal activities at a same
time working on additional activities, as priority request before turnaround time has
20. Time Management: Plan your time so that you don't forget to do things,
you're almost always/always on time, and you know how to prioritize and give
yourself enough time to do the things that you need to do.
21. Dealing with Conflict: Deal effectively with Escalation made by customers or
vendor, need to take it as priority & resolve ASAP, try to keep informing the
working to fix it.
22. Decision Making: Make good judgments about what to do in a difficult
situation, even when the supervisor is not present Leadership
23. Productive: Tending to produce.
24. Ability to Influence Others: Motivating others & getting work from them.
25. Record Data: Keep track of Records like soft or hard copy, Emails, and how to
recall them, Write thorough and accurate notes/numbers.
26. Set Goals: Set goals for you to achieve and plan ways to achieve them.
27. Learn Quickly: Do new things and carry out new responsibilities easily by
watching other or by following instructions.
28. Interpersonal skills: Maintain good relationship with colluges, appreciating
their work, helping, advice, if requires get suggestions, & get help from them.
29. Resourceful: Ability to supply what is needed, quick wit.
30. Problem-solving ability: Figure out what the problem is, why there is a
problem, give a solutions & also to take measures to control.
31. Proactive: Working activetly,
32. Reliability: Dependable
33. Motivation: The inner reason for any act; as, hunger might be the motive for
working, Help keep others' spirits up and encourage them to do their best.
34. Independent: Ability to work on your own without being constantly supervised
35. Interpret: Look at things and make sense of them, figure out what makes
things work, why there is a problem, etc.
36. Multicultural experience: ability to speak multiple languages
37. Strong work ethic: Positive outlook: A positive outlook is indeed the most
important aspect of good work ethics. It enables an employee to overcome the
toughest of situations.
1. Respect to co-workers: An individual with good work ethics would
essentially show respect to his co-workers and especially to the decision
2. Inter-personal relationships: Inter-personal relationships are yet
another important aspect of good work ethics. In order to achieve better
inter-personal relationships, an individual needs to learn providing
genuine feedback and support.
3. Understanding approach: An individual needs to understand the work
related pressures and thus, avoid bouncing off unrealistic deadlines.
4. Empathy and sensitivity: An individual with strong work ethics will be
more sensitive to co-workers’ needs and demands. He would also
empathize with them in testing times.
5. Honest and sincere: An individual needs to be honest and sincere to the
work deliverables, his team and the employer.
38. Energetic: Active, full of life, vigorous, an energetic worker
39. Confidence: In the workplace you need to strike the balance of being
confident in yourself but not arrogant, but also have confidence in your colleagues
and the company you work for
40. Listen: Listen/pay attention to what others are saying, without daydreaming or
forming judgment about them.
41. Trustworthy: Can be trusted to get the job done, to look after things or keep
secrets that are very important to other people.
42. Ability to work under pressure: This is about keeping calm in a crisis and
not becoming too overwhelmed or stressed.
43. Loyal: Committed and devoted to things/people that mean a lot to you (i.e.
your best friend, your job/supervisor).
44. Supervise: Watch others to make sure that everything are ok or that they are
doing their jobs well.
45. Customer Service: Be friendly, patient and polite with customers and try
your best to service their needs/wants.
46. Patient: Calm, serenity, peaceful, undisturbed,
47. Multi tasking: Able to handle multi task and manage time effectively.
48. Honest: Not lying, cheating or stealing, sincere.
49. Cooperative: Work well with others.
50. Excellent team player:
1. Excellent Communication skills & Positive attitude.
2. Shapers – people who challenge the team to improve.
3. Be Responsible have to make sure everything should go fine without any issues.
4. Being able to work well with others & motivating to improve.
5. Respect to everyone & sharing ideas, knowledge.
6. Accepting others’ opinions and views.
7. Keep learning new things.
8. Clear direction that is understood by all members.
9. Should have enough patients to work in a team.
10. Work on to meet the goals & objective.
11. Motivating to improve on strength & weakness of team mates.
12. being empathetic.
13. Commitment to teamwork.
14. Ability to work under pressure.
15. Perform Multi-tasking work quickly and efficiently.
16. Leadership and vision.
17. Delegate (Assign tasks to others to complete)
18. Excel in the work,
19. Supervise (Watch others to make sure that everything is ok and/or that they
are doing their jobs well) he timeline for completion, delegating tasks, and
monitoring their progress
20. Initiative (Ready to take more responsibility; resolve pending quires, handling
21. Willingness to take calculated risks, without fear of consequences.
22. Enlarging: Adding value to team mates invaluable.
23. Enthusiastic: your heart is source of energy for the team,
24. Tenacious: Can do” & “Don’t give up” attitude, never quit
25. Solution oriented: make a resolution to find the solution clear.