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Dr. Sagar H Mohite, Dr. N. Sumathi, Dr. Pratima Balasaheb Kadam, Dr. Prasad H K, Prof. M. DEVENDRA
» doi: 10.31838/ecb/2023.12.si6.259


In today's hyper-competitive world, having strong interpersonal skills as well as strong personal qualities is widely acknowledged to be an essential component for achieving one's goals. Personality development is the process by which an individual's thoughts, feelings, actions, and demeanor as a whole expand and mature over the course of their lifetime. The purpose of this study is to investigate the connection that exists between the development of soft skills and the growth of a person's personality. More specifically, the study intends to investigate how the acquisition and development of soft skills might contribute to an individual's overall progression. According to the results of this study, there is a significant and favorable connection between the development of personality and the acquisition of soft skills. The development of an individual's personal growth, interpersonal interactions, and professional accomplishments are all greatly impacted by their ability to acquire and improve their soft skills. Key "soft skills" that have been recognized as having a favorable impact on the development of a person's personality include effective communication, teamwork, leadership, adaptability, emotional intelligence, problem-solving, and critical thinking. The findings have significant repercussions as a result of this investigation. Students can be equipped with the skills essential for academic excellence as well as overall growth if educational environments include opportunities for the development of soft skills as part of the curriculum. Individuals with good soft skills have a competitive edge in the professional world, which improves their employability chances, career growth opportunities, and potential for leadership. In addition, persons who have developed their soft skills are better able to nurture harmonious interactions and establish stronger ties within their personal relationships

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