Soft skills play an important role in writing, negotiating and achieving success in communicating with people at work and in other areas of your life. Soft skills help make an individual a positive and contributing member of any organization.
When people learn how to communicate and work better with others, they immediately become happier and more successful. In the long term, soft skills allow people to make better decisions and overcome challenges.
The key to developing your soft skills is to practice them. More you practice, the better you’ll get. And the better you get, the easier it will be for you to relate to others or achieve a goal you’ve always worked toward.
Soft skills are not knowledge-based and cannot be evaluated and taught.
The Artistic Way Process is based on the creative process. It clearly lays out the process of finding an idea, developing that idea, creating work around the idea, and finally sharing that work
and reflecting on it.
The term soft skills have many definitions, however, all definitions include an element of effectively interacting with other people. There are many different competencies included in soft skills, such as communication skills, interpersonal skills, professionalism, critical thinking, and more. But the competency that trumps them all is an attitude; not just any attitude, but a positive attitude.
A positive attitude is an intrapersonal skill, within oneself, and needs to be developed before interpersonal awareness, awareness of others can be developed. Attitude is the core upon which all other soft skills are developed.