GoodReads Reviews In the book Personality Development and Soft Skills, the author deals with the needs of individuals who desire to work or those who are working at present. Although this book is extremely beneficial for all individuals, whether students or working professionals, the author has directed this book towards individuals who desire to apply for a job in the near future. The author guides job aspirants to pen down strong CVs, crack interviews, and take part in group discussions. In addition to that, he also gives effective strategies to boost skills required for public speaking as well as rapid reading. Modern learning techniques like Language Laboratory have also been explained briefly in this book. The book comes along with a compact disc, which contains a number of presentations pertaining to group discussions, body language, and job interviews.
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Condition: New. First edition. Development is sometimes defined as the process of expansion of human capabilities rather than materialistic acquisition and possession.
The significance of personality development transcends beyond the individual domain and is now recognized as a critical component of corporate success. This is one of the reasons why the modern corporate sector is now engaged in soft skill development to make the hard skill endowment of its professionals more complete, effective and successful.
In the labour-surplus economy of India, it is interesting to observe that while the demand for labour is growing rapidly, most of the unemployed labour cannot effectively be absorbed in productive occupations. Many of the unemployed labourers seeking opening in the labour market possess the necessary hard skill but are deficient in soft skill and the desirable personality pattern.
As a matter of fact, soft skills and desirable personality traits have many things in common and they are complementary in nature, in spite of some minor nuances. The title of the book reflects an interlocking relationship between what seems to be the two apparently different domains.
Contents: Prolegomena About the Contributors 1. Self-Discovery and Goal Setting 3. Belief, Values, Attitude and Virtue 4. Positive Thinking and Attitude 5. Motivation 6. Interpersonal Relations and Communications 7. Public Speaking 8. Body Language Teamwork and Leadership Quality Presentations Etiquette and Manners Time Management Personality Development Decision-Making Conflict and Conflict Management Stress Management Leadership Developing Emotional Intelligence Printed Pages: 0.
Personality Development and Soft Skills
Personality Development and Soft Skills (Old Edition)
Personality development and soft skills
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