2 TALENT - SKILLA Talent is defined as the ability by a person that is inherent, inborn, or naturally occurringA skill is an ability that is learned and practiced for a period of time .It is an refined ability when combined with talent. Talent can be a stepping stone to improve a skill.
4 soft skill are`people skills` or `emotional intelligence`. Soft skills are personal attributes that enhance an individual's interactions, job performance and career prospects.soft skills relate to a person's ability to interact effectivelySoft Skills are behavioral competencies.Also known as Interpersonal Skills, or people skills
5 SOFT SKILLS-HARD SKILLS Hard skills are the technical abilities required to do a job or perform a tasksoft skills are interpersonal skills, written or verbal communication skills and the ability to work under pressureHard Skills(Technical Skills) will get you an interview but you need soft skills to get and keep jobMany people often refer to `soft skills` as `people skills` or `emotional intelligence`.
6 SOFT SKILLS Communicative skills. Thinking skills and Problem solving skills.Team work forceLife-long learning and Information ManagementEntrepreneur skillEthics, moral and professionalismLeadership skills
7 SS EVERY INDIVIDUAL SHOULD HAVE SOFT SKILLSSS THAT ARE GOOD TO HAVESS EVERY INDIVIDUAL SHOULD HAVE
8 Communicative Skills Must Have Elements (Sub-Skills) Good To Have Elements (Sub-Skills)Ability to deliver idea clearly, effectively and with confidence either orally or in writingAbility to practice active listening skill and respond.Ability to present clearly and confidently to the audience.Ability to use technology during presentation.Ability to discuss and arrive at a consensus.Ability to communicate with individual from a different cultural background.Ability to expand one’s own communicative skill.Ability to use non-oral skills.
9 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills Must Have Elements (Sub-Skills)Good To Have Elements (Sub-Skills)Ability to identify and analyze problems in difficult situation and make justifiable evaluation.Ability to expand and improve thinking skills such as explanation, analysis and evaluate discussion.Ability to find ideas and look for alternative solutions.Ability to think beyond..Ability to make conclusion based on valid proof.Ability to withstand and give full responsibility.Ability to understand and accommodate oneself to the varied working environment.
10 Must Have Elements (Sub-Skills) Good To Have Elements (Sub-Skills) Team WorkMust Have Elements (Sub-Skills)Good To Have Elements (Sub-Skills)Ability to build a good rapport , interact and work effectively with others.Ability to understand and play the role of a leader and follower alternatively.Ability to recognize and respect others attitude, behavior and beliefs.Ability to give contribution to the planning and coordinate group work.Responsible towards group decision.
11 Life-Long Learning & Information Management Skill Must Have Elements (Sub-Skills)Good To Have Elements (Sub-Skills)Ability to find and manage relevant information from various sources.Ability to receive new ideas performs autonomy learning.Ability to develop an inquiry mind and seek knowledge.
12 Entrepreneurship skill Must Have Elements (Sub-Skills)Good To Have Elements (Sub-Skills)Ability to identify job opportunities.Ability to propose business opportunity.Ability to build, explore and seek business opportunities and job.Ability to be self-employed.
13 Ethics, Moral & Professional Must Have Elements (Sub-Skills)Good To Have Elements (Sub-Skills)Ability to understand the economy crisis, environment and social cultural aspects professionally.Ability to analyze make problem solving decisions related to ethics.Ability to practice ethical attitudes besides having the responsibility towards society.
14 Must Have Elements (Sub-Skills) Good To Have Elements (Sub-Skills) Leadership skillMust Have Elements (Sub-Skills)Good To Have Elements (Sub-Skills)Knowledge of the basic theories of leadership.Ability to lead a project.Ability to understand and take turns as a leader and follower alternatively.Ability to supervise members of a group.
15 Soft Skills versus Hard Skills “Soft skills” is a term relating to a collection of personal, positive attributes and competencies that enhance your relationships, job performance, and value to the market.Soft skills include your ability to listen well, communicate effectively, be positive, handle conflict, accept responsibility, show respect, build trust, work well with others, manage time effectively, accept criticism, work under pressure, be likable, and demonstrate good manners.
16 HARD SKILLS“Hard skills” are specific, trainable abilities necessary to carry out the professional or technical requirements of a job or occupation.It’s often said that hard skills will get you an interview but you need soft skills to get and keep the job. It’s no longer enough to be an expert in a field of knowledge. Competition is fierce; it’s your soft skills that make you stand out.
17 60 "soft skills",1Math. 2.Safety. 3.Courtesy. 4.Honesty. 5.Grammar. 6.Reliability. 7.Flexibility. 8.Teamskills. 9.Eyecontact. 10.Cooperation11.Adaptability. 12.Followrules. 13.Self-directed. 14Good attitude. 15.Writing skills. 16.Driver's license. 17.Dependability. 18.Advanced math. 19.Self-supervising. 20.Good references. 21.Being drug free. 22.Good attendance. 23.Personalenergy. 24.Work experience. 25.Ability to measure. 26.Personal integrity. 27.Good work history. 28.Positive work ethic. 29.Interpersonal skills. 30.Motivational skills31.Valuing education. 32.Personal chemistry. 33. Willingness to learn. 34. Commonsense. 35. Critical thinking skills. 36. Knowledge of fractions. 37. Reporting to work on time. 38. Use of rulers and calculators. 39. Good personal appearance. 40. Wanting to do a good job.
18 60 SOFT SKILLS41. Basic spelling and grammar. 42. Reading and comprehension. 43. Ability to follow regulations. 44. Willingness to be accountable. 45. Ability to fill out a job application46. Ability to make production quotas. 47. Basic manufacturing skills training. 54. Ability to listen and document what you have heard. 55. Commitment to continued training and learning.56. Willingness to take instruction and responsibility. 57. Ability to relate to coworkers in a close environment.48. Awareness of how business works. 49. Staying on the job until it is finished. 50. Ability to read and follow instruction 51. Willingness to work second and third shifts. 52. Caring about seeing the company succeed. 53. Understanding what the world is all about.58. Not expecting to become a supervisor in the first six months. 59. Willingness to be a good worker and go beyond the traditional eight-hour day. 60. Communication skills with public, fellow employees, supervisors, and customers.