International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 3, Issue 3, Part F (2017)
Soft skills: Need of modern Era
Soft skills are often described by using terms often associated with personality traits, such as: Optimism, Common Sense, Responsibility, A Sense of Humour, Integrity; and abilities that can be practiced (but require the individual to genuinely like other people) such as: Empathy, Teamwork, Leadership, Communication, Good Manners, Negotiation, Sociability, the Ability To Teach. Soft skills are learned behaviours which require training and focussed application in that particular area. Soft skills make us what we are, generally encompassing our attitudes, habits and how we interact with other people. Soft skills are communication skills, problem solving skills, decision making skills free from stress and frustration, ability to work in team, personality development, and leadership etc. This paper tries to highlight the importance of Soft Skills in modern era for teachers and students.
How to cite this article:
Sarita Rani. Soft skills: Need of modern Era. International Journal of Applied Research. 2017; 3(3): 363-365.