Tag Archives: Soft Skills

HSoftware (Soft Skills- Applied Emotional Intelligence)

Earlier, we have emphasized the importance of acquiring and mastering the skills. We had also mentioned that broadly there are two types of skills: Hard skills and Soft skills Hard skills are important and you should never undermine them. They … Continue reading

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HSoftware (Levels of Competencies)

In order to carry our work related to our personal, family, professional and social spheres in a superior manner or effective manner, we need to identify the required competencies and develop them. After their possession and development we should further … Continue reading

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Assertiveness: Exercise Your Right to Say “No”

One of the most important aspects of developing your assertiveness is to develop your capability of saying “no” to all those things to which you do not wish to say “yes”. When you yield to or succumb to other people’s requests, … Continue reading

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