Traducción de soft skills en Español:

soft skills

habilidades interpersonales, n.

sustantivo plural

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    habilidades interpersonales femenino
    • Some writers have placed judgment under the heading of soft skills.
    • Many educational institutions are now realising the value of soft skills.
    • It can even help get the hard and soft skills working together.
    • Much enthusiasm was expressed about using student portfolios to demonstrate IT and soft skills.
    • Conventional short-term programmes do not seem to help and companies are now looking at ways to develop soft skills or life skills among their employees.
    • Recruiting events were pseudo-social events where our softer skills could be observed.
    • Security executives and IT folk in particular have traditionally been short on those softer skills.
    • Anchoring all development in performance, gives greater purchase to the development of soft skills.
    • With college teachers and parents applying pressure on their wards to get high grades, soft skills such as communication and presentation have taken a backseat.
    • Employability skills or "soft skills" continue to be critically important.
    • Bhargava says the complete experience is what's going to make Inox different - right from the swank interiors to staff's soft skills.
    • Don't discount your soft skills (compassion, drive, patience), combine them with the hard skills listed above.
    • Marren believes this is because most IT managers focus on technical training and give very little attention to the softer skills needed.
    • Aside from certifications, investigators can also get training in the softer skills necessary for a forensic investigator.
    • It is also useful where there's a shortage of time off site for training and a critical need to improve soft skills.
    • Qualifications obviously help but it is the soft skills that often matter.
    • In the enterprise of the future, soft skills are like budgets surpluses are preferred over deficits.
    • The work based learning is supported by national events and study days at Warwick University to develop soft skills such as presentations and decision making.
    • That means combining soft skills with technical expertise.
    • An introduction to the soft skills of people-management for the previously proudly unmanageable.