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1. Top Reasons to Develop Your Soft Skills as a Courier Manager
March 28, 2018

Different industries demand different skill sets, and working in the courier industry requires specific abilities. Excellent driving habits go without saying, and yet an owner driver must also learn how to keep accounts and deal with clients. However, there are many ‘soft skills’ that are useful in any line of work, such as time management and a perfect handshake. Trivial as some of these skills may appear, first impressions are exceedingly important for owner drivers. Impressing your client with a firm handshake or consistently spot-on time keeping can pay off in future recommendations and re... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

2. 7 of the best questions for employers to ask interview
April 07, 2017

In other words, is the candidate a driven, motivated self-starter? This isn’t an easy thing to teach, so it’s worth finding out whether it is true of the given candidate. 1. "What's your personal brand?" This question tests the candidate’s self-awareness and the extent to which they may have already developed a distinctive online or workplace persona. It also helps to shed light on their interests and soft skills. 2. "What is one thing that motivates you to get up in the morning?" While this is a rather unorthodox question, it may help you to assess the kind of culture in which ... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

3. 7 Of The Best Questions For Employers To Ask At Interview
February 26, 2017

One of the biggest influences on your organisation’s ability to find great talent is what you ask at interview. Here are just seven of the most effective questions. 1. "What's your personal brand?" This question tests the candidate’s self-awareness and the extent to which they may have already developed a distinctive online or workplace persona. It also helps to shed light on their interests and soft skills. 2. "What is one thing that motivates you to get up in the morning?" While this is a rather unorthodox question, it may help you to assess the kind of culture in which t... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

4. What interview questions should you ask to tease out your candidates' ‘soft skills'?
November 17, 2016

Your hiring process shouldn’t be focused solely on the more specialised aspects of the role for which you are recruiting. For example, as qualified as someone could seemingly be for your vacancy and however knowledgeable they may be about your company’s operations, they may still falter in a team-oriented environment or lack the necessary leadership skills. When Recruiting staff, there are a few key methods that you can adopt to help ensure that your candidates have the ‘soft skills’ needed to thrive in your company. A systematic interview process can certainly play an instrumental... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

5. Indiancamspro com Looking for Raw Talents for Its Indian Cams Chatting Community
May 21, 2016

Indian cams chatting services. “By raw talents, we mean the Indian girls who are decently educated, have good sense of humor, have their soft skills properly brushed up and know the internet chatting etiquettes properly. Unfortunately, only a handful of the Indian cam chatting girls one can find in those trending online chat portals live up to the expectations of the patrons. We, therefore, have started off our recruitment drive with grooming experts and fashion gurus closely working with us. We will first screen the applicants who are from Indian subcontinent and they will go through a ... (read more)

Author: John Doe

6. Megashemalecams com Added More Transsexuals to the Buzzing Community
May 06, 2016

USA - Megashemalecams.com is one of the most successful shemale cams chatting portals on the internet at this moment. In a bid to edge past its competitors, the owners and administrators of the online chatting portal recently added a host of transsexuals to their ever-expanding chatting community. On behalf of the online chat portal, it was announced that the last recruitment drive has officially come to an end and that they have been able to add a couple of transsexuals to the chatting portal. One top executive representing the internet based enterprise claimed that the transsexuals adde... (read more)

Author: John Doe

7. Business Etiquette in the Workplace
November 23, 2015

Business etiquette is a very important part of your soft skills. It is so important to get along with others that you cannot easily get a promotion without it. Good manners must play a major role in your business personality. It will be part of your reputation. Good or bad! Proper business etiquette helps you to get along with others and will improve communications. It is also one of those qualities that upper management looks for in their new leaders. Customers are also drawn to staff members that have good, professional manners. Anyone looking for a job can greatly improve their c... (read more)

Author: jim stedt

8. Why Soft Skills Training Are Essential
October 08, 2015

In this article we are going to discuss whether soft skills training is really necessary in the workplace today. So what are soft skills? Wikipedia states: “Soft skills is a term often associated with a person's "EQ" (Emotional Intelligence Quotient), the cluster of personality traits, social graces, communication, language, personal habits, interpersonal skills, managing people, leadership, etc. that characterize relationships with other people. Soft skills contrast to hard skills, which are generally easily quantifiable and measurable (e.g. software knowledge, basic plumbing skills).F... (read more)

Author: jim stedt

9. Physiotherapy Vs Massage Therapy; Which Is Better?
September 23, 2015

There is endless confusion when it comes to massage and physical therapy services. As much as the two share some techniques, there are factors that clearly show the differences between the two: education, skills, licensing, work setting and income. However, massage and physiotherapy Regina services usually make use of stretching exercises, physical stamina as well as apathy. Let us look at the two disciplines. Massage Therapy Services in Regina This is a program that manipulates the body’s soft tissues and muscles so as to relieve stress and pain. It is a profession that requires han... (read more)

Author: Moffat Mbuthia

10. Finding another Designation for the Term Soft Skills
September 01, 2015

Some people in the workplace are looking for a substitution for the term “soft skills.” According to most business people, the term does not have the “word strength” it should have. The general consensus is that the term does not sound like a strong business term. A survey taken a few years ago by the Research group i4cp revealed the following: • Respondents asked to label such skills…the most common answer was "competencies" 58%, followed by "skills" 22% and "values" 11% • 73% refer to them as in a longer term: "critical skills required for business success." • 81% of respondents in hi... (read more)

Author: jim stedt

11. The Real Secrets To Success
August 06, 2015

There are hundreds of books, articles and blogs out there pointing their knowledge to achievement and success. But after reviewing them it becomes apparent that there seems to be a constant thread between all of them. These traits could be defined as Personality Business Traits or soft skills. So what are these four traits that appear to consistently cause successes when used properly? The first one is communications. Leaders know how to communicate with all levels of management, worker and customer. They have a trait that allows everyone to easily understand what they are saying and... (read more)

Author: jim stedt

12. What To Look For In A Soft Skills Curriculum - Part 2 of 2
May 27, 2015

This is the second part of a 2 part article on how to evaluate a soft skills curriculum. We are right in the middle of a discussion about some of the things to look for when purchasing a soft skills program. - Look for closed captioning which will help ESL students and enhances learning. Also, the closed captioning should be as accurate to the script as possible. - The program should use graphics to highlight important points and have a comprehensive instructors guide to assist in class discussions. The Instructor’s guide should also help promote creativity in the classroom. - It is i... (read more)

Author: jim stedt

13. What To Look For In A Soft Skills Curriculum - Part 1 of 2
May 21, 2015

In the business world when things go wrong it’s usually a failure of soft skills. In this article we will discuss the key attributes that should be used when evaluating business soft skills / Job Readiness training programs. It is intended to assist instructors, educators, administrators and training personnel. It takes in consideration both instructor and student goals to learn and use soft skill and to prepare the students to be job ready. Just so we are all on the same page, let’s define soft skills. Soft skills are those personal attributes that enable someone to interact effect... (read more)

Author: jim stedt

14. Employers VS Colleges: Who Is Winning? Part Two Of Two
May 14, 2015

There has been a long war raging between the types of graduates that employer’s versus colleges’ think they want. For over 20 years employers have said that college graduates are good in their individual studies such as: accounting, hi tech, chemistry, biology, etc. But employers continue to complain about the lack of soft skills from graduates. Why? In part two of this two part article we are going to evaluate this battle and try to understand where it is going. (See points 1 through 3 in Part One) 4- Being Engaging – Candidates who are engaging and knowledgeable end up be great emp... (read more)

Author: jim stedt

15. Employers Vs Colleges: Who Is Winning? Part One Of Two
May 04, 2015

There has been a long war raging between the types of graduates that employer’s want versus what colleges think employers want. For over 20 years employers have said that college graduates are good in their individual studies such as: accounting, hi tech, chemistry, biology, etc. But employers continue to complain about the lack of soft skills from graduates. Why? In this two part article we are going to evaluate this battle and try to understand where it is going. In a recent study by New York based McKinsey, 75 per cent of education providers said graduates were adequately prepared ... (read more)

Author: jim stedt

16. Difficult Deployment: Veterans Entering Civilian Workplace - Part 2 of 2
April 08, 2015

In part one of this two part article, we discussed the first two rules to help veterans deploy into the civilian marketplace. In this part two of our two part article, we are going to discuss the final four key points. Rule number three: promote and use your positive military traits such as being disciplined, having loyalty, integrity, being decisive, resourceful and getting things done. Your military training taught you to have confidence, to perform well under pressure and to be a great team player. All of these traits are wanted and needed by the civilian marketplace. Employers n... (read more)

Author: jim stedt

17. Difficult Deployment: Veterans Entering Civilian Workplace - Part 1 of 2
April 02, 2015

In this two part article, we are going to discuss the six key points to help veterans deploy into the civilian marketplace. With foreign wars finally starting to end, thousand of veterans are returning and entering the civilian workforce. And most of them have no idea how to exist in the civilian workplace. This is uniquely illustrated by a story I heard form a hiring manager client. He asked a veteran candidate how he would discipline staff members. The vet paused and said, “Well, in the past I would have told them to give me fifty push-ups, but that probably won’t work in your organizat... (read more)

Author: jim stedt

18. Using Business soft Skills To Improve Your Personal Life ~ Part 2 of 2
February 17, 2015

In this two part article we are discussing how to use business soft skills in your personal life. Clear cut and concise communications are essential in the business world, but are also necessary in your personal life. Here are final two (of four) key points to remember when communicating at home. In the first two points we covered speaking to be understood and the problem in using slang or metaphors. In this second part of the article we will cover How to use words properly and getting your questions answered. #3 Using Words Properly. First make sure you know the proper defin... (read more)

Author: jim stedt

19. Using Business soft Skills To Improve Your Personal Life ~ Part 1 of 2
February 12, 2015

In this two part article we are going to discuss how to use business soft skills in your personal life. Clear cut and concise communications are essential in the business world, but are also a necessary in your personal life. In this two part series we will talk about the four essential guidelines in communications. Some people take a lot of time and effort to communicate in business but get very lackadaisical when talking to spouses, friends or family. It is almost like we are more relaxed when away from work and don’t take the effort to REALLY communicate when it is most important. ... (read more)

Author: jim stedt

20. Business Soft Skills In High Schools
February 05, 2015

For a long time the business world has been asking colleges, trade schools and universities for graduates that are well versed in soft skills. As time goes by the K-12 educational institutions are now realizing that they need to start soft skills training way before college. In a recent article by Amy Myska (see at following website (http://www.thenorthwestern.com/story/money/companies/state-of-opportunity/2014/11/28/qa-advice-middle-high-school-students/19639851/) suggests that high schoolers can improve their career potential by learning soft skills early. “We have seen a growing de... (read more)

Author: jim stedt

21. The Missing Element To Military Transition ~ Part Two Of Two
January 21, 2015

In part one, we covered three of the six rules for the missing element to military transition into the civilian workplace. Her are the final four. Job behavior rule number three is: Be professional - Whatever your level of employment is, you should always be courteous, mind your manners and never be rude. In addition, you should not use foul language or tell off color jokes or stories. People who maintain a professional demeanor never get visibly angry, never become loud or physical. They also keep their hands to themselves and never flirt with co-workers. You should always appear co... (read more)

Author: jim stedt

22. Core Duties of Sales and Account Management Executive/Manager
January 19, 2015

The next generation sales and marketing organizations are required to have bull's eye that makes the business growth rapid. Operating with minimum resources with essential workplace skills is the motto of small, middle and large sized organizations. Employees sought are hired on the basis of having technically sound knowledge of sales and accounting practices along with soft skills those which are required for employment. To perform well at your job, you need to have balanced skills in every arena through which overall tasks can be managed in relevant way. While you're planning for enter... (read more)

Author: Richard Clark

23. The Missing Element To Military Transition ~ Part One Of Two
January 13, 2015

We now have thousands of military people making the transition into the civilian workforce and a lot of organizations are assisting them in the switch. Most are doing an excellent job with resume creation and interview skills. But there is one element that is missing from making the transition totally successful and most organizations are utterly unaware of it. The missing element to the transition is informing the veteran “what the employer expects.” Getting the veteran a job is just part of the process. Keeping the job and growing with the organization is the key. Employers tell ... (read more)

Author: jim stedt

24. Job Readiness Skills Successfully Taught to Intellectually Disabled
December 17, 2014

Job Readiness is defined as the skills that individuals need in order to be productive employees and know what employers expect from them in the workplace. In addition, people trained in these skills know how to interface with peers, management and customers in a professional manner. Critics in the past had doubts that Job Readiness skills could even be taught. Not only have they been proven wrong, it has now been verified that Job Readiness skills can also be successfully taught to the intellectually disabled. And in the process, these people have been working intern programs that evol... (read more)

Author: jim stedt

25. Hard Statistical Facts About Soft Skills
December 09, 2014

There have been a lot of things written about soft skills, job readiness and being work ready but what are the real hard facts? Some recent studies can reveal the actualfacts through statistics. So let’s look at some of these studies. A recent survey of 810 small- to medium-sized employers suggests that soft skills are generally more valued than technical knowledge when assessing candidates for graduate roles. Top 10 important skills for graduates: 1. Good communication skills - 69% 2. Ability to take initiative -57% 3 .Team-building skills -52% 4. Good time management skills -50% 5... (read more)

Author: jim stedt

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