Three things have helped me succeed as a first-time entrepreneur. The first is luck and the second is my co-founder, Dan. The third? Soft skills. In this post, I’ll outline six soft skills that will help you succeed as an entrepreneur, why they matter and where you can learn more about each skill.
The 'digital skills shortage' and 'war for talent' have been well explored by consultancies, comprehensively covered in the media, and felt first-hand by hiring managers trying to find the perfect person to join their team.
How much does your organization promote the development of people-skills? Find out why these skills are increasingly gaining the spotlight compared with hard, technical skills; and learn more about fostering them in your workplace.
Soft skills are becoming an essential focus of IT recruitment, with customer service and communication skills now weighted quite heavily for low level infrastructure support roles, according to the latest Hays Quarterly Report.
As a sales professional, there are two types of skills that can help you succeed. The first are “hard skills,” which are directly related to sales: finding new opportunities, qualifying prospects, presenting, etc.
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