by Brian Tibbs
It’s fairly easy to talk about technical skills in a job interview – either you have a certain skill, or you don’t. You’ve done something before, or you haven’t.
But, your so-called “soft” skills – things like communication, problem-solving or leadership – are more difficult to talk about. And most employers consider soft skills to be highly important.
In this article we’ll look at:
- the top soft skills employers are seeking, and
- how you can present your soft skills to an employer through your answers to behavioral interview questions.