priyanka.purushotham Started The Discussion:
HI,

In all the frenzy of training corporate specific topics, i have lost the understanding between soft skills training and behavioural skills.. can some one provide me a clear distinction???
Thanks
Priyanka
Posted 24th December 2007 From India, Bangalore
hi,
Soft skill stands for the soft communication skills ,while behavioural training stands for overall variable training to a candidate for his overall development,behavioural training includes soft skill training techniques.
Thnaks an dregards
Jayendra Chaturvedi
Posted 24th December 2007 From India, Gurgaon
Well, it's just but simple. Soft skills are skills that does involve enhancement of your capacity as an individual on certain aspects of your work whilst behavioural skills deals with how you interact within your own organisation/corporation and with other members of the human resource to include external individuals that involves your organisational/corporation work.
Posted 26th December 2007 From Philippines
hi, soft skills and behavioral skills they both are co related to each other. Or in a nut shell u can say it’s a virtue we all possess with the quality but we need to undersatnd
Posted 3rd February 2010 From India, Ghaziabad
A skill is a behavior or ability youve developed through training or experience. And, while all personal skills are behaviors, not all behaviors are skills. For example, telling a joke is a skill; laughing at a joke is a behavior.

Soft skills, sometimes known as "people skills," are personal attributes that enhance an individual's interactions, job performance and career prospects. Unlike hard skills, which tend to be specific to a certain type of task or activity, soft skills are broadly applicable.
Soft skills are sometimes broken down into personal attributes, such as:

optimism
common sense
responsibility
a sense of humor
integrity
time-management
motivation.
and interpersonal abilities, such as:
empathy
leadership
communication
good manners
sociability
the ability to teach.

It's often said that hard skills will get you an interview but you need soft skills to get (and keep) the job.

Regards
Shekhar Murthy
Posted 3rd February 2010 From India, Hyderabad
# Once we try to understand the difference between Skill and Will training.

# And yes,Not to ignore the difference between Aptitude and Attitude training too......

Let's have some brain storming !

Rgds

Dr.Sanjeev Amin. PhD (Behavioural Science)
Posted 1st April 2016 From India, Mumbai

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