By: Sam Russell – March 2016
Many of the technical and commercial skills that are needed to perform well at work require money, training, experience, effort, talent, and/or considerable time to achieve.
However, as a meme I recently saw on Facebook pointed out, there’s a good number of social (or ‘soft’) skills that require absolutely no training, very little effort, and zero talent.
Imagine what an amazing workplace culture we’d all enjoy if we could get the entire organisation to embrace these simple traits!
- Being on time
- Work ethic
- Body language
- Being coachable
- Doing extra
- Being prepared
About the author:
Sam Russell is the Director of Client Services and Business Development for Rhodes Business School, widely recognised as one of Australia’s leading business and leadership training organisations and a premier sponsor of The Australian L&D Network and Learning Matters Magazine. Click here for more information or call 1300 746 287.
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