Padhi (2014) defined soft skills as communication skills, interpersonal skills, and ability to work with others, and so on. It includes a range of abilities that includes work ethics, courtesy, teamwork, self-discipline and self-confidence, professional presence, language proficiency, cultural sensitivity, communication skills, ability to accept and learn from criticism, ability to handle client relationships, networking, creativity, ability to motive yourself and lead others, time management, leadership and interpersonal skills. It is clearly important for young graduates to have soft skills because it adds value to their qualifications. Soft skills create uniqueness and individualism which is what the industry is looking for. Pauw, Oosthuizen
Appropriate social and emotional skills help children develop the skills they need for cooperation, following directions, self-control and paying attention. These skills are innate, however in the school setting have become a part of everyday learning. Especially since social and emotional competencies are critical for children 's success, in school as well as in other settings, and later phases of life into adulthood. (Darling, 2016, p. 3). Developing social-emotional skills in children help them persist on challenging tasks, and effectively seek help when they need it along with exhibiting thoughtfulness in their actions.
Soft Skills is a term often associated with a person’s EQ which is Emotional Quotient, the cluster of personality traits, social graces, communication, language, personal habits, interpersonal skills, managing people, leadership, etc. Soft Skills are such skills which do not need any special training. That characterize relationships with other people. Soft Skills contrast to hard skills, which are generally easily quantifiable and measurable. Soft Skills or Foundational skills includes, being organized, Punctuality, being dependable, having a positive attitude toward work, Exerting high levels of effort and perseverance, Completing tasks on time and accurately, Seeking out information to improve skills, Being flexible and adaptable, Completing all tasks, even if unpleasant, Understanding dress code or uniform guidelines, Maintaining personal hygiene.
INTRODUCTION Social skills are defined as the skills which can be used to communicate and socialize with each other in form of interaction, both verbally and non-verbally, through gesticulation, body language and our personal appearance for better learning.Social skills involve effective communication it is useful to further explore the models of communication and understand how effective communication can be encouraged and developed. We have lots of further information to help with this development, follow the links below for more. It is generally acknowledged that social skills and character development are more difficult to obtain and harder to change when people get older, so the sooner you start, the better. Even interpersonal skills are inclusive .Self assessment is the way to discover the strengths and weaknesses. Developing social skills is about
Decision making is the process by which managers respond to various opportunities and threats by analyzing options and making decisions about goals and courses of action. It basically aims at identifying the problem and finding out the solution to that problem. Decision making is also crucial for running a business enterprise which faces a large number of problems requiring decisions. Today’s business environment is represented by high competition, constant changes, comprehensive globalization, large accessibility of data and information and the huge seepage of information and telecommunications technology. In this environment, decision making is increasingly based on the use and study of data, through the development of “models”, and the use
The experience of the decision-maker for the task at hand will determine the outcome of the task. The more challenging the environment, the more difficult it will be to decide without
She is equally skill to deals in casual or informal, formal and public communication. She know how to link quickly and effectively, to develop a good and strong relationships with others, on the other hand no one is perfect. She has some problems of yell, this is because of passion or may be anger, whatever the reason I suggest her that try to build some patience to solve this problem. Like other skills, communication skill also refine with practice. This can be improved with experience and practice over time.
Introduction Decision making is the process which needs to be started by identifying the problem and analyzing the solution to the problem and arranging the same to an organized format for delivering the solution to the organization or in real life In an organization n number of decisions has to be taken in our day to day basis related to it work processes, employees, technology, finance, sales and production. Thus the decision taken by one should be in such a way that employees in the organization are benefited irrespective of the hierarchy. These decisions taken should be taken in such a way that it benefits the business performance. A decision remains effective if the decision making was in time and has helped many judicially. Definition
If problem solving and decision making are used skillfully, people are able to become creative in indentifying solutions for problems which require a mixture of skills. Vasilescu (2011) defines decision as an act of reaching a conclusion. It is an opinion or judgment reached after careful consideration and assessment of the problem involved. Decisions are important because these are key factors which determined the success