While technical skills are important and may get your foot in the door for a job, it is often the people skills (or soft skills) that make you successful in your life and in business. Skills like: work ethic; attitude; communication skills, delegating skills; motivating people; problem solving and team building.
The problem that most businesses face is that they hire someone from a resume and these skills are not easily translated on paper. The perfect employee is the one who has great hard skills and soft skills. Join Cindy Hagemann, freelance marketing consultant with over 15 years experience, as she share tips to developing your soft skills for a better you and your employees.