WANTED: Eight Critical Skills You Need To Succeed
Your children will need them!. . . Your business needs them!. . . Schools SHOULD teach them!
By Charles Cranston Jett
Publisher: Outskirts Press
Published: December 2014
ISBN: 978-1478742876 (hc)
ISBN: 978-1478742685 (pb)
Genre: Busienss, Careers
Formats Available For Review: print (limited quantities, Only Available to Qualified reviewers/bloggers in the U.S.), pdf, kindle
The Critical Skills You Need to Succeed in the Twenty-First Century
Today, it’s harder than ever to compete in a more competitive job market. It’s harder to get ahead, and it’s harder to keep up with rapidly changing technology. So what’s the secret to success in our careers? How do we or our children become productive and thriving citizens in a modern democratic society?
“WANTED: Eight Critical Skills You Need To Succeed” outlines the critical skills essential for success in a career as well as in everyday living – skills not typically taught directly in high school or college. Designed for those who want to advance in specific careers, for students, and for those who seek personal advancement, this easy-to-follow guide clearly defines and shows us how to develop critical thinking, communication, production, information, analysis, interpersonal, time management, and continued education skills.
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