Soft skills seen as essential to workplace success

04/14/2013 | Fast Track, The

Soft skills such as the ability to resolve conflict and accepting criticism are highly sought by employers, says Peggy Klaus, author of "The Hard Truth About Soft Skills." "[Y]our ability to get along with others, sell your ideas, manage your time, bring a project in under budget and create an enjoyable workplace environment is now as important -- if not more so -- than your technical expertise," she says.

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