Posts Tagged ‘soft skills’

Autistics and Employment: Far Too Many Rivers to Cross

For as long as I have known about autism, I have heard reports that autistics have the highest unemployment rate among all disability groups - or, for that matter, just about any demographic. Even at the time of my own diagnosis (late 2000), by which such milder variants as Asperger Syndrome had...

Uniquely Human Podcast #8 – Autism and Personal Fulfillment with Dr. Temple Grandin

Episode 8 - Autism and Personal Fulfillment with Dr. Temple Grandin [su_button url="https://uniquelyhuman.com/2021/01/08/autism-and-personal-fulfillment-with-dr-temple-grandin/" style="flat" background="#1f2656" color="#ffffff" size="4" radius="0" icon="icon: music"]Listen to the...

Job Skills Are Skills for Life

What we learn at work can often help us in our life, outside of our place of employment, and what we learn during our personal experiences can benefit our performance on the job. Sometimes these transferable skills and behaviors are referred to as “soft skills.” For example, after an IBM...

Different, Not Worse

What would you say are qualities that make someone a good friend? What are the qualities that make someone a great date? What qualities should a professional look for in a new colleague? When I draw up a list of the qualities my peers and I look for in others, here are some answers: a sense of...