Transferable Skills

Time Management
means that you prioritize your tasks from most important to tasks that can wait (knowing the difference between important and urgent)
The ability to use your time, energy and resources in an effective way so that you can achieve what you want. Being organized means that you’re neat and always know where everything is.
Stress Management
Techniques and ideas that can help a person deal with problems to improve everyday life. Being stress can cause problems in work, family and in your health.
means being able to convey information to people clearly and efficiently in a way people will understand. This also means being able to understand instructions, learn new things, make requests and ask questions
Negotiating Skills
Negotiating is the act of trying to reach a consensus through discussion.
Is when your group “team” of people work together collaboratively to finish a task and reach a specific goal. To be employed, you need to have good teamwork skills in order to work collaboratively with your co-workers.
Academic Skills
refer to a person’s ability to perform certain activities such as reading, writing and mathematical problems.
Importance of Time Management Skills
The point of time management skills is so that you make sure that all your work is done on time and also allow yourself extra time for entertainment or just finish any additional work.
Importance of Organization Skills
It is important to have this skill because when you are organized you will always know where everything is and it will help you keep your workplace neat, and help you meet deadlines and keep track of important details.
Stress Management Strategies
Strategies to help with stress management include, schedule important activities, use a planner, keep a journal to help organize your thoughts and feelings, listen to music that makes you feel good, participate in physical activity, eat healthy and get plenty of sleep and rest.
How to be an effective negotiator
To be an effective negotiator skills needed include, having clear goals, listening, openness, assertiveness, clear verbal communication and the ability to compromise and reach a win-win solution.
How is Teamwork used in the Classroom and Workplace
Teamwork is used in the classroom and at work for things such as brainstorming ideas, group projects and assignments, group studying, presenting new concepts to your boss, working together to make sure daily routines run smoothly with customers and patients and coming up with new products or ideas for the company.
Academic Skills Examples
Examples of Academic Skills are Mathematic, English and Science Skills.

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