Monday, May 22, 2017

Hard and soft skills

Even my most seasoned executives often overlook the importance of including soft skills in their resumes, biographies, and profiles. This is your opportunity to share a bit of your personality and make your resume come alive! If you are looking for work, including soft skills will make you stand out from other candidates.  If you are looking to grow your network, land more clients or do more business, soft skills are what make the difference between you and a competitor.  Here is a straightforward graphic that spells out the difference between soft and hard skills. Both are equally important!

Mary Sherwood, MS, CDMS, CCM
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