"Soft skills get little respect but will make or break your career."
You may be the best coder or editor or mechanic or whatever, but it amounts to little if you don’t work well with others. These traits are called soft skills and they’re more crucial to your job and overall career than you think.
Soft skills are those skills that come naturally and uniquely to everyone. Soft skills include leadership, effective communication, teamwork, time management, motivation and adaptability. On the other hand, hard skills are those that are gained through hands-on experience, training, or education.
Soft skills are personal attributes that influence how well you can work or interact with others. These skills make it easier to form relationships with people, create trust and dependability, and lead teams.
Soft skills include interpersonal (people) skills, communication skills, stress management, time management, and teamwork, among others. They are among the top skills employers seek in the candidates they hire, because soft skills are important for just about every job. In essence, they are essential for your success in the workplace, your company’s success and your personal life.
SOFT SKILLS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS
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