• Analytical thinking, planning.
• Strong verbal and personal communication skills.
• Accuracy and Attention to details.
• Organization and prioritization skills.
• Problem analysis, use of judgment and ability to solve problems efficiently.
Example of another Specialized Skills
Verbal and written communication, client & partner relationship management, business development, high touch customer service, attention to detail & organized, self-sufficient & proactive, client & partner hospitality, professional public speaking & presentation experience, ability to successfully training others.
Effective communicators are able to send messages that clearly convey the intended content and are received in the desired way. The most important judgment you need to make is whether a message needs to be sent. Some coaches talk too much, rambling on about things that bore others or distract athletes during practice. Some coaches talk too little, assuming that others know what they think or want. We’ve listed some guidelines for sending effective messages in figure . Read each guideline and then honestly rate whether this is a communication strength or weakness for you by circling the appropriate number. Be sure to rate yourself objectively and take action to improve any deficiencies. Rest assured that we all have communication strengths and weaknesses!