A growth mindset has become one of the most sought after soft skills that employers search for for various reasons. In this article, we gain a deep understanding of a growth mindset, and ways to develop it in your everyday life.
Employees are in the search of kind, supportive managers to keep motivating them to reach professional goals and to reassure them. When employees feel supported and know that guidance and help is right by when needed, they can work efficiently.
Understanding other peoples’ emotions is a skill, and being kind has been proven to be beneficial in the long run.
Reslience refers to some individuals’ capacity to overcome a painful or difficult experience and to bounce back, sometimes accompanied by a change of perspective. This skill, very useful in a time of crisis, can be cultivated and developed.
Having professional skills is one thing, knowing how to manage your emotions and relationships with colleagues in the workplace is quite another. Indeed, it isn’t in the interest of a company to recruit a candidate that nobody likes to work with, but looks great on paper. So, what are the soft skills important in a professional setting? The 3 essential soft skills at work
How would you describe a superpower in the workplace? Words such as “inspirational,” “influential” and “powerful” would come to mind, but you would rarely think of “empathetic.” Empathy is a skill which is often overlooked in the workplace. Determined by Frans de Waal as the “social glue that holds human society together,” empathy refers to the awareness of one’s own and other people’s feelings, needs and concerns.
In September 2017, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) of India issued a circular mandating its 19,500 affiliated schools to put their employees through psychometric evaluation. This article will help you better understand psychometric assessments for school personnel, especially in India. And discover all the benefits of using assessments, and how Indian schools are conducting the tests.
We have well seen how many start-ups have experienced a slowdown or even been eliminated from the market due to poor decisions by their charismatic leaders. And yet most of them were recognized to be brilliant.
Emotions have often been overlooked within the work environment. Today they are recognised as key elements that influence our behaviour, our decisions, our well-being, and our performance at work.
Stress, especially work-related stress, can have a major impact on an individual’s mindset and well-being.
Psychometric tests are widely used in business schools, in engineering institutions, and in some universities. On top of that, they are also frequently used to select students for short-term programmes for technical diplomas. "Due to the increase in interest for such tools, their use will strongly grow in the years to come," foresees Céline Jouffray."
Personality and intelligence tests have long been valuable corporate tools. But the more recently discovered emotional intelligence is now starting to earn its place in the HR assessment tool-chest. What is emotional intelligence? Emotional intelligence is all about our ability to understand our own emotions and to interact harmoniously with those around us.