Employability Skills 2

Employability Skills
What C is speaking, writing, listening and understanding. What I is being able to get along well with people and to understand their feelings. What H is being truthful and trustworthy. What T is working with others to get something done. What C is asking questions to make something clearer or understand it better. What I is doing things without having to be told, working without supervision. What D is being the kind of person others can count on, meeting deadlines and closing dates, on time. What F is being able to adapt to changing circumstances and events . What L is being able to take charge, manage and motivate others. What A is looking at a situation from different points of view and working out the key issues. What R is gathering and collecting information. What P is when you are under deadlines and time scales, thinking on your feet. What C is using your imagination to come up with something new or off the wall or to solve a problem. What I is being able to persuade others to consider a different point of view or change their minds. What O means to plan and set goals you can achieve and manage your time effectively. What P is when you analyse a problem and come up with a solution. What C is using software and the internet. What N is using numbers to learn more about something or to answer questions. What W is being open to new ideas and ready to learn new ways of thinking. What S is not getting caught up in the small details of something and missing the point.
If you are seeing this message then you do not have Adobe Flash Player installed. To see thin interactive game you will need to download the latest version of Adobe Flash Player.
Click here for more free teaching resources