Social Skills

Last updated July, 2023


Social skills encompass a range of abilities that enable individuals to effectively navigate and thrive in professional environments. These skills are crucial for building strong relationships, collaborating with colleagues, and achieving success in a rapidly changing work landscape. Here are definitions of social skills as used by Teamwrkr.


Time Management:
The ability to use time wisely to work as efficiently as possible.
Keywords: Organization, prioritization, planning, goal setting.


The ability to convey or share ideas and feelings effectively.
Keywords: Verbal and written, presentation, constructive feedback, active listening.


How well someone can embrace change and adjust to it.
Keywords: Self-management, optimism, calmness.


Problem Solving:
Being able to analytically and creatively solve problems.
Keywords: Analysis, logical reasoning, observation, decision making.


The ability to work effectively in a group.
Keywords: Conflict management, collaboration, coordination. 


The ability to come up with original ideas.
Keywords: imagination, innovation, experimentation, questioning.


The ability to mentor, train, or guide.
Keywords: Management skills, authenticity, cultural intelligence.


Interpersonal skills:
How well you interact with others, tend after relationships, and make a positive impression on those around you.
Keywords: Empathy, humor, diplomacy.


Work ethic:
Valuing work and putting in the effort to yield results.

Keywords: Responsibility, dependability, commitment, professionalism.


Attention to detail:
The ability to be thorough and accurate.
Keywords: Acuity, questioning, observation, scheduling.



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