SOFT SKILL: Collaboration

Are you asking yourself what we mean by “collaboration”? Collaboration is defined as: a process where two or more people or organizations work together to realize shared goals. Yes, we’re talking about working with other people. Sometimes these are people you would least want to spend time with. We are confident, however, that you have the ability, if you so choose, to set aside any personal judgments and enter into a process such as this with your full attention, ready to use your skills to their fullest. In doing so, you will find the ability to look beyond most irritating aspects of others and find their value. The ability to collaborate and work with others is an attribute that helps to round out your character you are bringing to the employment position. Certainly there are areas in which you may experience inhibitions, but we will address those in other posts, past or future. If you stay tuned and commit to your personal growth you can enjoy the success of being a valued employee. These personal attributes you are changing and improving will bring you rewards in your personal relationships as well. Read today’s article and find out more about the steps in collaboration that will allow your knowledge and contribution to flow through the process.

Dillon Job Service can provide you with resources for training and education. Our Employment Specialists will assist you to create or review your Cover Letter or Resume. Come see us today at 730 N. Montana St, Suite #4, Dillon, MT 59725.

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