"It is not the strongest or the most intelligent who will survive but those who can best manage change." - Charles Darwin
Developing soft skills requires ongoing practice and self-reflection. Everyone can improve their soft skills by participating in development programs, seeking feedback and constantly evaluating one’s growth. Soft skills are wide-range of personal attributes particularly important in today’s world because it enables us to communicate well and effectively with others as well as creating a positive environment.
Women & Soft Skills
Soft skills are especially important for women due to various unique challenges in the society such as stereotypes, biases and limited opportunities for advancement. By developing communication skills, negotiation skills, interpersonal skills, leadership and emotional intelligence can help women to overcome these challenges and improve the quality of our life. Women can learn soft skills in a number of ways through community involvement, professional development programs, mentoring, personal reflection and personal development.