HC Uday Shankar, Founder and Member Advisory Board, TLRNOW

HC Uday Shankar, Founder and Member Advisory Board, TLRNOW

  • Uday is the founder and member of the advisory board of TLRNOW.

 

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Overview

Soft skills are non-technical skills related to your work style that include your interactions with coworkers, problem-solving techniques, and time management techniques. Now more than ever, in this age of technology, employers across the world are demanding much more than the standard degree. They need people who can build relationships and can network with the help of their skills.

In today’s episode of The Brand Called You, Mr Uday Shankar talks about the importance of Soft Skills in both personal and professional lives. He talks about how ethics, culture, and gender are connected to soft skills.

[00:38] – About Uday Shankar

  • Uday is the founder and member of the advisory board of TLRNOW.
  • TLR stands for team. Leap. Roar. Now.
  • He is also a soft skills’ trainer, a journalist, a voice-over artist, and an author

02:50: What is a soft skill?

  • Soft skills is a skill, which helps you get along with people.
  • It is a skill, which will help you in your career. Especially when you’re in an office, you face a different set of challenges.
  • The most important of the soft skills are communication skills and are most in demand in any part of the world.

[06:41]: Which are some of the soft skills you work with?

  • I work in communication skills, and negotiation skills, and a very interesting area is voice ability.
  • You can use your voice to impress people, you can use your voice to go higher up on the ladder by just altering the tone of your voice.
  • I also run programs on accents

[17:10]: Is there a difference when it comes to soft skills between genders?

  • I don’t think so. My personal opinion is it all depends on the person.
  • It always depends on their interest levels.
  • I know the general assumption is that women are very soft, but they may be soft, but they must also be assertive.
  • I think soft skills are gender agnostic.

[18:14]: Tell me about your book.

  • I had a lot of time during the COVID. And I thought that this was one unfulfilled desire of mine to write a book.
  • For the first book, I was trying to write about anecdotes and stories that will be largely unknown to people. And they were unheard of.
  • The second book was about ancient secrets of soft skills unraveled.

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You can connect with HC Uday Shankar- LinkedIn

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  • Uday is the founder and member of the advisory board of TLRNOW.
  • TLR stands for team. Leap. Roar. Now.
  • He is also a soft skills’ trainer, a journalist, a voiceover artist, and an author.

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