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soft skills

pl n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) desirable qualities for certain forms of employment that do not depend on acquired knowledge: they include common sense, the ability to deal with people, and a positive flexible attitude
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The seminar was organised by the University Institute for Information Technology (UIIT) to train students on pathways to leadership through transformation of minds and by incubating soft skills - the key elements along with education as well as career development.
Kashif Sattar, the organizer of the seminar briefed about the aims and objectives of the seminar hoping that the seminar would be an exposure for the students to groom their leadership as well as enhancing their soft skills to own successful life.
The seminar was organised by the university's Institute for Information Technology with an aim to train the students on pathways to leadership through transformation of minds and by incubating the soft skills, the key elements along with education as well as career development.
So colleges have designed workshops, seminars and one-on-one instruction to teach the nation's RMI students the critical soft skills that have become differentiators in the digital age.
com)-- Samanthani Singh has been working on her new book The Importance of Soft Skills for the Global Manager since 2006.
1) Yet the very term soft skills reveals our lack of understanding of what these skills are, how to measure them, and whether and how they can be developed.
Soft Skills for the Effective Lawyer lives up to its title with a studious examination of invaluable "soft skills" for the legal profession--vital abilities that not traditionally studied in law school, including communication skills, resilience, leadership, and empathy.
The mastery of soft skills correlates to improved outcomes in school, work and life.
Emphasizing soft skills in teaching/learning situations aids pupils in achieving science subject matter goals.
In this connection, SSUET organized a guest lecture entitled 'Importance of soft skills and emotional intelligence for technical professionals'.
A recent LinkedIn study found that of 291 hiring managers surveyed, 59% agreed that finding employees with the right soft skills is much more difficult than finding employees with adequate technical skills.
This is how companies identify people with so-called soft skills, in the interview process," he said.