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When people learn about soft skills for the first time, many are confused by what this means and often assume it to be another way of saying “Personality Traits”. So, we thought we’d help make the distinction.
If you find a role, an organisation a profession or an industry that matches your personality the more likely that you will be happy and fulfilled in that role.
The term “Soft Skills” simply came about as an antonym to “Hard Skills” to describe the less tangible nature of technical knowledge or subject matter expertise. However, as a result many people are confused by what this means and often assume “Soft Skills” to be another way of saying “Personality Traits”.
Soft skills remain the bastion of human intelligence, creativity, problem-solving and innovation.
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