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  • 1. LIFE SKILLS Prof. V. Viswanadham
  • 2.
    • “ The abilities
    • for adaptive and positive behaviour
    • that enable individuals
    • to deal effectively
    • with the demands and challenges
    • of everyday life“
            • - World Health Organization (WHO)
    Life Skills
  • 3.
    • “ A behaviour change or
    • behaviour development approach designed to address
    • a balance of three areas:
        • Knowledge,
        • Skills and
        • Attitude”
  • 4.
    • “ Life skills
    • are essentially
    • those abilities that
    • help promote mental well-being
    • and competence
    • in young people
    • as they face the realities of life”
  • 5.
    • In short,
    • it empowers young people
    • to take positive actions
    • to protect themselves and
    • to promote health and
    • positive social relationships
    • for successful professional career and wholesome life.
  • 6. WITH LIFE SKILLS ONE IS ABLE TO :
    • Explore alternatives,
    • Weigh pros and cons, and
    • Make rational decisions in solving each problem, or issue as it arises.
    • It also entails being able to establish productive interpersonal relationships with others
  • 7. What are soft skills?
    • Soft skills are
    • essentially people skills
    • the non-technical, intangible,
    • personality specific skills that
    • determine one’s strengths
    • as a leader, listener, negotiator
    • and conflict mediator.
  • 8.
    • Soft skills is a term
    • which refers to
    • personality traits,
    • social graces,
    • facility with language,
    • personal habits,
    • friendliness, and
    • optimism
    • that mark people to varying degrees.
  • 9. Soft skills is a sociological term relating to a person's "EQ" (Emotional Intelligence Quotient), the cluster of personality traits, social graces, communication, language, personal habits, friendliness, and optimism that characterize relationships with other people. Soft skills complement hard skills (part of a person's IQ), which are the occupational requirements of a job and many other activities.
  • 10. Importance of soft skill
    • Soft skill are very important
    • To handle interpersonal relations
    • To take appropriate decisions
    • To communicate effectively
    • To create a good impression and impact
    • To gain professional development
  • 11. Practicing soft skills
    • Have a positive attitude
    • Be a team player
    • Communicate effectively
    • Exude confidence
    • Develop creative skills
    • Accept and learn from criticism
    • Motivate yourself and lead others
    • Prioritize your to do list
    • See the big picture.
  • 12. Soft Skills Employers Want
    • Top 25 Soft Skills employers look for
    • [ from Monster.com ]
    • Oral/spoken communication skills
    • Written communication skills
    • Honesty
    • Teamwork/collaboration skills
    • Self-motivation/initiative
    • Work ethic/dependability
    • Critical thinking
    • Risk-taking skills
  • 13. Soft Skills Employers Want, cont.
    • 09. Flexibility/adaptability
    • 10. Leadership skills
    • 11. Interpersonal skills
    • 12. Working under pressure
    • 13. Questioning skills
    • 14. Creativity
    • 15. Influencing skills
    • 16. Research skills
    • 17. Organization skills
  • 14. Soft Skills Employers Want, cont.
    • 18. Problem-solving skills
    • 19. Multicultural skills
    • 20. Computer skills
    • 21. Academic/learning skills
    • 22. Detail orientation
    • 23. Quantitative skills
    • 24. Teaching/training skills
    • 25. Time management skills
  • 15. Life Skills Spectrum
  • 16. CORE LIFE SKILLS STRATEGIES:
    • [ UNICEF, UNESCO and WHO list ten(10) core life skills strategies: ]
    • 01. Communication skill,
    • 02. Problem solving,
    • 03. Critical thinking,
    • 04. Creative thinking,
    • 05. Decision-making,
    • 06. Interpersonal skills,
    • 07. Self-awareness building skills,
    • 08. Empathy,
    • 09. Coping with stress, and
    • 10. Coping with emotions
    Now - let's group
  • 17. Learning to know: Cognitive abilities Decision making and problem solving skills Critical thinking skills
  • 18. Learning to be: Personal abilities Skills for increasing internal locus of control Skills for managing feelings Skills for managing stress
  • 19. Learning to live together: Interpersonal abilities Interpersonal communication skills Negotiation and refusal skills Empathy Cooperation and teamwork Advocacy skills Now - let's get into the details
  • 20.
    • Learning to know: Cognitive abilities
    • Decision making and problem solving skills
    • Information gathering skills
    • Evaluating future consequences of
    • present actions for self and others
    • Determining alternative solutions to problems
    • Skills of analysis regarding the influence of
    • values and attitudes of
    • self and others on motivation
  • 21. Learning to know: Cognitive abilities - continued Critical thinking skills • Analyzing peer and media influences • Analyzing attitudes, values, social norms and beliefs and factors affecting these • Identifying relevant information and information sources
  • 22. Learning to be: Personal abilities Skills for increasing internal locus of control • Self-esteem and confidence-building skills • Self-awareness skills including awareness of rights, influences, values, attitudes, strengths and weaknesses • Goal-setting skills • Self-evaluation, self-assessment, and self-monitoring skills
  • 23. Skills for managing feelings • Anger management • Dealing with grief and anxiety • Coping skills for dealing with loss, abuse, trauma Learning to be: Personal abilities - continued
  • 24. Skills for managing stress • Time management • Positive thinking • Relaxation techniques Learning to be: Personal abilities - continued
  • 25. Learning to live together: Interpersonal abilities Interpersonal communication skills • Verbal and nonverbal communication • Active listening • Expressing feelings; giving feedback (without blaming) and receiving feedback
  • 26. Learning to live together: Interpersonal abilities - continued Negotiation and refusal skills • Negotiation and conflict management • Assertiveness skills • Refusal skills
  • 27. Learning to live together: Interpersonal abilities - continued Empathy • Ability to listen to and understand another's needs and circumstances and express that understanding
  • 28. Learning to live together: Interpersonal abilities - continued Cooperation and teamwork • Expressing respect for others' contributions and different styles • Assessing one's own abilities and contributing to the group
  • 29. Learning to live together: Interpersonal abilities - continued Advocacy skills • Skills of influence and persuasion • Networking and motivation skills
  • 30. Each of the skills can be detailed further – for example Communication Skills - includes:
    • Verbal and Non-verbal communication
    • Listening and giving feedback
    • Culture and language specific skills like Phonetics, Accent training, dressing sense, etc
    • Presentation skills
    • Public speaking skills
    • Negotiation and refusal skills
    • Assertiveness skills to manage conflicts, etc
    Getting worried ! Makeup your Mind.
  • 31. “ When you believe something is impossible, your mind goes to work for you to prove why. But, when you believe, really believe, something can be done, your mind goes to work for you and help to find the ways to do it.”
  • 32.
    • Better Self-awareness leads to
    • better self-management
    Self-management Self-awareness Self-esteem Self-confidence
  • 33. Be the best
  • 34. For the sake of record As on 30 th Aug 2010 - Prof. V. Viswanadham has uploaded live recordings of more than 350 of his speeches to www.archive.org . ‘ Communication Skills’ - has been downloaded, 512 times. More than 150 Power Point Presentations, can be freely viewed at: www.scribd.com So far: 66,791 have viewed; 14,274 have downloaded. www.slideshare.net/viswanadham - One of the presentations, titled Communication Skills , has been viewed 8,162 times, and downloaded 1,137 times. Thank you dear friends for helping me to reach many more.
  • 35. In case YOU liked this speech and presentation ~ for listening to more speeches and for viewing more presentations, Please Visit: Visit: http:// www.archive.org and Search for Prof. V. Viswanadham ~ please download and then kindly listen. thank you
  • 36. In case YOU liked this presentation ~ for viewing more presentations, on various topics, ~ please download and then kindly view to appreciate better the animation aspects. Please Visit: Please visit : www.scribd.com and search for Viswam.vangapally4581 and / or www.slideshare.net/viswanadham In case YOU want to give some feedback / contact me : Viswam. vangapally@gmail.com Prof. V. Viswanadham ~ [040 – 2722 3383] A BIG THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENT LISTENING
  • 37. Thanks again