Reflection On Personal Reflection

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Register to read the introduction… Effective integration of soft skills into the business curriculum can help students obtain and retain employment in the twenty -first century workforce (Glenn, 2003; James & James, 2004; Perreault, 2004; Wilhelm, 2004). My goals for the future is to keep polishing my soft skills and learn more that will make me more valuable person whether as employee or personally. As the words of Alice Harra, the interim director of career services at Northwestern University say "students should make time to educate themselves," (Harra 2013). Based on my learning experiences for the past few weeks, without me making time for myself to polish these soft skills I will never obtain my goals of becoming a successful employee or student. Technical skills may get you an interview, but soft skills will get you the job, and help you keep …show more content…
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