Monthly Archives: November 2012





Here is a list of skills that you can choose from


  • Explain your ideas and feelings (Express)
  • Listen and ask questions
  • Share information using different technologies (e.g., voice, e-mail, computers)
  • Read and understand information (e.g., words, graphs, charts, diagrams)
  • Talk easily with others
  • Greet people
  • Take messages
  • Seek information from others
  • Counsel people
  • Create and talk about new ideas
  • Write clear reports
  • Speak in public Design presentations

Dealing with Numbers and Information

  • Analyze data or facts
  • Investigate
  • Measuring and calculating
  • Audit records
  • Keep financial records
  • Make estimates and verify calculations
  • Controlling budgets (organizing large amounts of money)
  • Find information using technology (research computers databases)
  • Calculate (figure out the total amount of something)
  • Manage money
  • Negotiating (give and take, to make an agreement)
  • Observe and record data
  • Compare, inspect, or record
  • Count, observe, compile
  • Research Pay attention to details Evaluate Take inventory (counting the stock or merchandise of a store or company) Increasing sales

Problem Solving

  • Identify problems
  • Look at different points of view
  • Recognize different parts of a problem
  • Identify the root cause of a problem
  • Be creative in exploring possible solutions
  • Consider different solutions
  • Put the solution into action
  • Check to see if a solution works
  • Change the solution if needed


  • Supervising others
  • Arrange social functions
  • Motivate others (making others feel interested in something)
  • Negotiate agreements (come to an agreement about something)
  • Decisive (able to make decisions)
  • Plan
  • Delegate (giving someone else a job to complete)
  • Run meetings
  • Direct others (telling other people what they need to do)
  • Self-controlled
  • Explain things to others
  • Speaking in public
  • Self-motivated
  • Get results
  • Solve problems
  • Mediate others (helping two sides come to an agreement)
  • Take risks
  • Instructing others (showing others what to do)
  • Competitive when necessary

Demonstrate Positive Attitudes & Behaviours

  • Confident (feel good about yourself)
  • Deal with people, problems and situations with honesty and respect
  • Recognize my own and other people’s good efforts
  • Take care of my personal health
  • Show interest, initiative and effort
  • Accepting responsibility (admitting where you could have improved)


  • Set goals and priorities balancing work and personal life
  • Plan and manage time, money and other resources to achieve goals
  • Accountable for my actions and the actions of your group
  • Socially responsible and contribute to your community
  • Meeting deadlines (Getting things done on time)
  • Aware of personal and group health and safety practices

Learn Continuously

  • Be willing to continuously learn and grow
  • Find your personal strengths and areas for development
  • Set your own learning goals
  • Identify and access learning sources and opportunities
  • Plan for and achieve your learning goals

Work with Others

  • Understand and work within the dynamics of a group
  • Flexible (Open to change)
  • Respect people’s differences
  • Accept and provide feedback in a considerate manner
  • Contribute to a team by sharing information and expertise
  • Lead or support when appropriate
  • Understand the role of conflict in a group to reach solutions
  • Manage and resolve conflict when appropriate
  • Administer
  • Patient with others
  • Encourage others
  • Care for others
  • Persuade others
  • Confront others
  • Interview others
  • Teach others
  • Kind
  • Pleasant
  • Counsel people
  • Sensitive
  • Sociable
  • Listen
  • Trust
  • Supervise
  • Tactful (concerned or thoughtful of others)
  • Understanding
  • Outgoing personality
  • Help others

Participate in Projects & Tasks

  • Design or carry out a project or task from start to finish
  • Seek feedback (Asking others to tell you how you are doing)
  • Select and use appropriate tools and technology for a task or project
  • Adaptable (ability to handle changes and new conditions)
  • Monitor the success of a project or task and identify ways to improve
  • Arrange social functions (Organizing a group event)
  • Decisive (Make decisions)
  • Plan (Thinking of plans or writing them down)
  • Delegate (Give a task to others)
  • Run meetings
  • Direct others
  • Self-controlled (control your behaviour)
  • Explain things to others
  • Self-motivated (able do things on your own)
  • Get results
  • Solve problems
  • Mediate others (resolve conflict between others)
  • Take risks (not being afraid to take something on)

Hands On Skills

  • Use my hands
  • Assemble or make things
  • Build or repair things
  • Construct or repair buildings
  • Use complex machinery
  • Operate tools and machinery
  • Drive or operate vehicles
  • Repair things
  • Good with my hands

Creative, Artistic

  • Artistic (able to express yourself through art)
  • Music appreciation (love for music)
  • Dance, body movement
  • Perform, act
  • Drawing, art
  • Play instruments
  • Expressive (able to express feelings easily)
  • Present artistic ideas
  • Write short stories
  • Write poetry
  • Design web pages
  • Achieve high scores in video games

This all is collection if you have any more add. Must judge your self and share with me what you feel really about skills . Its important and essential in student, employee, and family life.


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