Attention trainers!!!!!! Use this PPT Introduction to Soft Skills as your ice breaking session on 1st day of training. Hope its useful. Regards Hema Malini
9th March 2013 From India, Mumbai

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Process Industry Consultant.soft Skill Specialist.
Hr Consultancy, Soft Skill Training
Manager - Ops., Training & Quality
Prafulla K Acharya
Freelance Trainer
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Hello Hemamalini,
This is a crisp presentation.
However many other presentations & study materials emphasize a great deal on
team work as the centre of Soft Skill.
Any way a good introduction.
V.Raghunathan..................................... ............. Navi Mumbai
9th March 2013 From India
Dear Hema Malini
Thanks for the presentation which is precise.
A small suggestion: Perhaps you could include , in the notes section (sort of 'trainer notes') of each slide, a point or two that you would like to stress or elaborate.
This will help us to understand more clearly, what you are trying to convey and we can also adapt it when we use your content.
Just my 2 cents worth. Thanks.
Best regards
Audi Narasingam
ASM Technologies,
SIngapore / Malaysia
11th March 2013 From Singapore, Singapore
It is a good start no doubt.
You can add other HR Skills after this introduction in the beginning of any soft skill training.
Pl continue to send many more such PPTs Dear Hema.
Er. Prafulla K Acharya, Ph.D. in HRD & Mgt ( IIT-Kgp ),Retd Director & Business Unit Head of NPC India
12th March 2013 From India, Bhubaneswar
I went through the PPT. A small suggestion: There are words which have capital letters, such as Better, which you can avoid. Hope you know where and why Capital letter for words are used.. You can also add a few more slides to inform participants that for any person, technical skills form part of just 30% only and the remaining 70% is focussed on Soft Skills. That is even the brightest, intelligent Engineer or Accountant fail miserably due to lack of soft skills. It is not sufficient if one has only technical skills but to convey and translate such skills into action at the work place, through team working etc. Therefore Soft Skills, which are some times called Life's skills are essential for every grown-up adult.
Best wishes for your successful career.
16th March 2013 From India
Hi Hema,
It is nice effort to prepare and sharing the presentation with us. However, in my opinion the content of the presentation is less considering the duration of session at least 1 hour. Also, it is very colourful and bright. Kindly keep it simple and give a professional look.
Looking forward to more presentations on this. :)
19th March 2013 From India, Delhi
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