Listening Skills Listening skills are skills you use to make sure you are carefully listening and paying attention to what a speaker is saying so you can fully understand the information you are being told. For example, just paying attention is a simple listening skill you can use.
Verbal Interpersonal Skills Verbal interpersonal skills combine listening with questioning. This brings importance of your tone and volume, and your basic etiquette and manners when speaking.
Non-verbal Communication Non-verbal communication is communicating to people without speaking. Non-verbal communication includes your body language, hand signals, and facial expression.
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Problem-solving Skills Problem-solving skills are your skills and abilities to solve problems efficiently and thoughtfully to create an effective solution.
Self-control and Self-confidence Self-confidence is your belief and trust in you own abilities. Strong self confidence helps create a better impression of you to other people and peers. Self-control is your ability to manage yourself and your actions to manage yourself effectivley.
Time Management Skills Time management skills are you abilities to manage your time properly to prioritize important things instead of pushing them to the side. Scheduling is a very important part of time management.