Soft Skills

Soft Skills

Lakshmi Devi worked as a tailor at the age of 18 in Bangalore. She hails from a small village named Somalapura in Karnataka. Within a span of 4 years, Lakshmi is now one of the youngest  supervisors in her line of work. She supervises the work of nearly 80 people in her factory each day. The question is, how did she accomplish all of this at such a tender age? Lakshmi took up a Personal Advancement and Career Enhancement training course, which trained her about effective communication and time management. This not only benefited her professional life but made her a polished individual. She is now a confident and an independent worker and has cultivated an enterprising attitude. Presently, she has undertaken another soft skill course which along with training her to be a better supervisor, also trains her to create inspirational leadership qualities.Some of the most important soft skills that are relevant today are personal presence, public speaking, communication skills, leadership, emotional intelligence, etc.

All the aforementioned skills are of no use if one does not respect and uphold the etiquettes of the working environment. Splashes of creativity are often required to deal with real problems. In order to understand which are the personal skills that you possess, introspect and analyze yourself.

Once you’ve discovered your skillset, work on polishing the ones that you are born with, and work on inculcating those that are missing in you.
Meenal Narula
Founder
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