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Soft Skills = Success Skills

Defining Soft Skills
A cluster of skills that

‘influence’ how we interact with one another. Ability to relate and connect with people.

Soft Skills
Effective Communication Skills Right Attitude and Values Innovation and Creativity Analytical Thinking Flexibility Change – Readiness

Interpersonal Skills Negotiation Skills Persuasive skills Time Management skills Problem solving ability Adaptability Leadership and Team building

Type of Skills
Hard Skills Learned from books Learned from hands-on experience Abilities to do things in your chosen career Soft Skills
Not learned from books Work ethics Habits and traits

Hard Skills
Reading Writing Math Computer abilities Logic Skills for particular job requirements

Soft Skills
Communication ability People skills Professionalism (demeanor) Positive attitude Group/team abilities Understanding of continuing learning Critical, logical, enthusiasm – “thinking” 

“Entitlement”

Why Soft Skills?
For a Smooth Professional Life For More Integrated Operation For More Effective Management To Integrate Strategic Goals For More Appealing Personality

What Do Interviewers Look For?
Technical skills Experience Fit with team Preparation for the Interview A desire to learn Passion Motivation Good attitude Potential to grow

Soft Skills Vs Hard Skills
Hard Skills
Measurable or

Soft Skills
Immeasurable

technical skills Things done in the Workplace Primarily Solitary

Skills Dealing with Mental Make-Up Ability to deal with other people at the Work Place Predominantly

Soft Skills + Hard Skills = Core Skills

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