Hard Skills – This is your expertise on a particular field of study.
Soft Skills – These skills are non-technical and they relate to attitudes, behavior, communication and intuitions, and personality.
A short list of soft skills attitude, work ethic, teamwork, decision making, positivity, time management, motivation, flexibility, problem-solving, critical thinking and conflict resolution.
Soft Skills are also known as People Skills that enable a person to interact effectively and harmoniously with other people.
Technical skills can lead to employment and is important. However, knowing how to handle people is what our employers are seeking in todays work force.
Listen to a webinar about soft skills. As my way of introducing myself…. https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=89&v=sfbZ0jen2ck
Hard skills are obvious process skills that are fluently identifiable and proven through the specific aptitudes and technical experience of the job applicant. Soft skills are the name given by recruiters for name all the general skills and attitudes that are transversal and difficult to quantify that recruiters prefer. Soft skills relate more to your personality. So, it is important to consider them as a priority, to improve the way you can present them to an employer.
One way is through the use of Cell Phone Learning and World Civility Points. From your cell phone, you receive a video to observe all of the various soft skills and be able to answer questions pertaining to the video. Over time, you will earn many world civility points to prove you are well-versed in soft skills.