TITLE

Soft skills and hard questions

AUTHOR(S)
Strebler, Marie; Niko
PUB. DATE
May 1997
SOURCE
People Management;5/29/1997, Vol. 3 Issue 11, p20
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Presents the result of studies concerning the competency of women for the senior manager position. Information on the three reports about skills of women qualified for the senior manager positions; How employers will resource their needs for interpersonal skills; Assessment of interpersonal skills and soft skills; Result of a study comparing the competencies of men and women. INSETS: Nationwide's society women, by Jane Pickard.;Defining interpersonal skills.;Credit rating checklist..
ACCESSION #
9710226794

 

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