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Soft Skills

Soft skills include interpersonal skills and character traits. It refers to the skill sets that are necessary to identify the relationship of a person with other people. It is the opposite of hard skills, which refers to a person’s knowledge and occupational skills. Sociologists explain this term to describe the emotional intelligence quotient (EQ) of the person, which is the opposite of the intelligence quotient (IQ). 

Soft skills relate more to who a person is, rather than what he knows. Almost all employers look for a combination of hard and soft in the candidates they hire. They look for a balance of both skills, as employers value employees who have strong communication skills and understand the company’s products, services, values, and belief systems. 

If a teacher has soft skills, they can communicate keeping in mind the student’s perspective presenting with the knowledge they have irrespective of the subject that they teach. The ability to guide fellow workers on any new tasks is also another type of soft skill.

There are so many benefits of having these skills, both in personal and professional life. The skills included in soft skills are communication, time management, listening, empathy, etc.

The same knowledge can help students develop problem-solving skills, creative thinking, teamwork, communication skills, etc.

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