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    What kinds of skills should college students have before they apply for a job There has been noted shift in the preferences of employers in regards to skills that college students should poses as they enter into the job market. Employers today have higher preference for prospective employees, who are usually college graduates, with soft skills compared to those with hard skills. Soft skills have been rated to have impact on the performance of an employee in the work environment. Statistical…

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    an individual who incorporates interpersonal communication skills such as listening, working in teams, planning meetings, and making oral presentations to each member throughout the organization. By using these four interpersonal communication skills, the group leader can develop methods to eliminate communication conflict throughout the workplace and also promote effective communication to each member throughout the group. The use of interpersonal communication skills throughout a group is a…

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    The first concern that should be addressed is; do the team leaders have the leadership skills and ability to coach and motivate the employees he/ she is overseeing. According to the survey, many employees feel that the team leader is not doing an effective job leading him/ her in the right direction to obtain the company goals. If the team leaders do not have the proper skills to lead employees, then he/ she is not successful fulfilling his/ her job requirement appropriately. A great leader has…

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    strengths and skills. The Indigo Assessment identifies individual skills to improve performance and mitigate skills that do not come naturally to an individual and require more time and energy to accomplish. Identifying these skills is the first step for an individual to develop their internal strengths and minimize the effect of challenges, while empowering an individual to perform at their highest level. Examining the results of my personal Indigo Assessment summary of skills helped me…

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    synchronize the schedule of working to achieve the desired goal, behaviour among the team members, work relationship among the leader and the team members, coordination and cooperation among them. This success is mainly based on intelligent leadership skills such as leadership styles and behaviour. Efficiency of the leaders also depends on their personal characteristics and leadership qualities which directly depend on their conflict management capability, problem resolution at work,…

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    Besides personal intelligence, employers always look for interpersonal intelligence, sometimes called emotional intelligence. Siberman says in his journal article “Developing interpersonal intelligence in the workplace” that “people-smarts is about that aspect of emotional intelligence which is best called interpersonal intelligence” (Siberman 267). In every company, there are many jobs that require teamwork, so employees should have the interpersonal intelligence to help them work…

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    Essay on Interpersonal Communication Theories It is known that communication is part of the everyday life of an individual; while we are speaking with our families at home, friends at school, colleagues at work or simply by talking to a stranger, we always use words and messages to communicate with one another. It is however seldom that people will be mindful of what manner of communication they are using in their daily lives. In this paper, definition of interpersonal communication will be…

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    important to me. I avoid anything that can possibly hinder my physical abilities like drugs and smoking. I eat well a majority of the time and am currently on my school’s raider team which has kept me very physically fit. My other highest score is interpersonal awareness. This means that I very much enjoy social interaction. This makes perfect sense to me.…

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    her experience, high administrative skills, great verbal and written skills and her result-oriented personality. There are some criteria that were not met by the chosen candidate. First of all, Jane should improve her interpersonal skills. Despite great reviews from Reynolds’ previous employers, not everyone could understand her management style. Since Jane Reynolds was chosen to become a leader in HR at Maple Leaf, she will have to improve her interpersonal skills to get along with all…

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    The Systems Administrator profession may require specific skills, personality types, intelligences, and learning styles. According to my interviews certain personality characteristics and skills are required in this career (citation). These characteristics and skills include communication skills, interpersonal skills, self-management, organization, analytical thinking, a desire to keep learning, adaptability, problem solving, and flexibility. From the book Cornerstones of College Success, I…

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