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    their IQ and to “urge others to seek out seek out greatness” in people around that are not from riches and wealth. As well as to share his understanding of his definition of success and how he reached his conclusions. Of course, Gladwell backs up his information with credible sources. The character of geniuses is dependent on one’s social background which can be developed anytime in life. In many ways, Gladwell reaches out to audiences of all types in Outliers. This book is an excellent revelation for anyone who wants to learn more about success.…

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    believe that purpose for Gladwell to write “The Trouble with Geniuses” is to have readers alter their perceptions of people based only on their IQ alone and look further as well as to share his understanding of his definition of success based on his research. Gladwell reaches out to audiences of all types in Outliers. This book is excellent information for anyone who wants to learn more about success. Gladwell talks directly to the reader using “I” and “you” which invites all bookworms to…

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    Scoring a 15 of a possible 20 this is possibly my greatest quality overall. In the majority of related statements concerning empathy I was either average or above average. Empathy is best described as being able to relate to the people around us by recognizing there feelings. I have the ability to imagine the problems and emotions of others and accurately read their body language and general domineer. This alone cannot cover the wide range of emotions and also includes listening intently to the…

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    empathy, motivation, and social skill. (1) Self-Regulation: Self-Regulation relates to how a leader reacts in a situation. For instance, in a situation where an employee makes a mistake that could result in a loss of business. How a leader reacts is very critical in demonstrating his or her self-regulation. A leader has several behavioral possibilities for articulating annoyance and dissatisfaction. The leader can discuss worries politely and properly or can openly exhibit argumentative and…

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    and Rubino focus on the importance of health care leaders needing to develop their interpersonal skills. Training and assessments are the techniques used to improve the areas of deficiency. The article “Emotional Intelligence: A Core Competency for Health Care Administrators” by Freshman and Rubino explains the importance of developing skills in the area of self-awareness, self-regulation, self-motivation, social awareness, and social skills. In order to gain those skills there were…

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    My Perfectionism

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    A component of having good social skills is knowing yourself and being able to moderate your responses. This comes naturally to me, being an intuitive type personality. Another part of having good social skills is being able to empathize correctly and communicate effectively to others. I have always had way more success with interpersonal communication then mass or even small group, which means getting to know people personality, establishing trust and generally being interested. I am a skilled…

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    curriculum today only teaches children and pushes them to go down one career path not teaching them multiple skills. Skills are required to be able to live and survive the world today. Practical skills are skills that will allow people to take care of themselves without constant supervision, such as putting on clothing. Practical skills can vary from brushing teeth to having a degree in a subject. Possessing multiple practical skills are what allow people to not be stuck figuring out and being…

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    Soft skills: An essential tool for success Ashish Kumar Isher*** Dr. Jyoti Kachroo** Dr. S.P Singh* Abstract This paper focuses on why Soft Skills are crucial and compulsory and complement hard skills, which are called technical necessities of a professional. People misinterpret/misunderstood soft skills for communication skills. It is assumed that if one’s communication skills are good, he is fit for the job. Soft Skills are more than that. These are people skills. Soft skills are…

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    Transferable Skills Introduction Transferable skills are skills that you can use in jobs and these are skills that you pick up from previous jobs, voluntary work and any interests and hobbies that you have. These skills are needed when you are in a situation where you may need to change jobs. I will be outlining the evidence that I have used to show you my demonstrated skills and these all come from doing events in school to voluntary school out of work and the skills I will be talking about…

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    10, 000 Hour Argument

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    conflicting opinions on how much practice it takes to master a skill. In the novel Outliers, Malcolm Gladwell says it takes 10,000 hours to master a skill. In the article “Your Genes Don’t Fit: Why 10,000 Hours of Practice Won’t Make You an Expert” the author says that 10,000 hours of practice is not the only thing that it takes to master a skill. I agree with the author who says 10,000 hours of practice is not the only factor to consider when it comes to mastering a skill. Obviously, some…

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