Training for Soft Skills: An Investment Worth Making

Employers all over the world are on the hunt for employees who possess unique and valuable skills: leadership, communication, organizational ability, and teamwork are just a few of the many skills that frequently show up on job applicants’ resumes and LinkedIn profiles.

Today, technical skills like programming, engineering, and data analysis seem to dominate the job-search conversation. We have been told that these are the skills you need to succeed in your career, which is no surprise given that all of the top 15 highest paying college degrees are in the fields of either engineering or computer science. But technical skills alone are not sufficient to attain success in any work environment. Even the most technically skilled programmer won’t get far without the interpersonal skills required to communicate her ideas effectively and collaborate with others. Successful workers must be able to manage time, articulate objectives, and work well with one another, all of which require interpersonal skills that no technical course can provide.

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