Hi - we have been running trials of a new product which produces a soft skills report. The idea is that with the CV and the soft skills report in hand the employer is more likely to say yes.
So - would YOU be more likely to say yes if you saw these validated soft skills attached to a CV? (these are mine by the way so be nice!)
Soft Skills of Mr Hilditch, Validated by Improved Employees
This overview outlines the natural soft-skills of Mr Hilditch and has an accuracy of more than 80%. It does not take into account soft-skills they may have gained through training.
Direct, assertive, individualistic, mobile, eager, quick, social, persuasive, driving, enthusiastic, optimistic, clever, strong-willed.
Key-traits: Creative, enthusiastic, independent, self-confident
Secondary strengths: Mr Hilditch is optimistic with a positive sense of humour, he uses a democratic approach to decision making
Value To The Company
Secondary strengths: encourages and enthuses others to act, radiates optimism and a cando attitude
Secondary strengths: contacting a wide variety of people, radiating optimism
Secondary strengths: prefers to take people with him, prepared to change his mind
Leadership & Motivation
Secondary strengths: encourages others to participate, loves to be involved
Secondary strengths: infectious, enthusiastic style of communicating, energetic, mobile, inspirational
Secondary strengths: team effort important to achievement, imparts urgency over the
achievement of goals
Secondary strengths: team effort important to achievement, is never short of ideas
If you want to see what your own report would look like you can take the test for free here:
I appreciate all comments on what you think - would it make a difference to your clients?