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Personal skills are seen as our ‘soft skills’ or those intangible qualities and traits that enhance our everyday interactions.
Interpersonal skills are seen as our ‘people skills’ and relate to how we communicate with others.
These skills are critical to our success in a range or different roles and many employers look for people with strong personal and interpersonal skills because they can positively contribute to the working environment, communicate effectively and work well with others.
The skills compass will help identify the strengths that can be added to a CV or Resume and will help you stand out when the hiring manager is shortlisting candidates for a role.
Questions to ask when filling out the skills compass
Understanding Personal Skills
Organizational skills and managing priorities
Perspective and judgement
Understanding Interpersonal Skills
Self-assessment Skills Compass
Each section includes a self-assessment skills compass, because it can be helpful to identify strengths and talents or areas to focus on. The skills compass also acts as a benchmark so you can track progress as you work on and develop your personal and interpersonal skills.
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