Introduction• Each company looks for an employee with a different mix of technical skills and experience.• But to complement such features there are some "soft skills" every company looks for in a potential hire.
Soft-Skills - Definition• Soft-skills refer to a cluster of personal qualities, habits, attitudes and social graces that make someone a good employee.
Soft-Skills – Main Benefit• Soft skills are intrapersonal and interpersonal skills that determine a persons ability to adapt and fit in a social structure.
Soft-Skills - Examples• Strong Work Ethic• Positive Attitude• Good Communication Skills• Time Management Abilities• Problem-Solving Skills• Acting as a Team Player• Self-Confidence• Ability to Accept and Learn From Criticism• Flexibility/Adaptability• Working Well Under Pressure
Companies - Important• Companies value soft skills because research suggests and experience shows that they can be just as important an indicator of job performance as hard skills.
Soft-Skills What are all the fuss about it?• Experts ranging from psychologists to business and spiritual leaders, such as Donald Trump and the Dalai Lama, agree that one or more of the soft skills have the greatest impact on your level of success.
Conclusion• It is important to all employees who aspire to managerial positions - to get in touch with their soft side.• It is important to develop soft-skills to live and to work well when facing the adversities of our Society and Business Environment.
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