Social Ability refers to the ability or characteristic of a person who deals easily with social performance situations.

Social ability is the capacity of an individual to navigate social situations and interactions effectively. It encompasses a range of skills, including communication, emotional intelligence, social awareness, empathy, and assertiveness, among others.

Individuals with high social ability tend to have strong interpersonal relationships, thrive in group settings, and possess leadership qualities. In the industrial context, social ability is a desirable trait in employees who interact with customers, stakeholders, and colleagues on a regular basis.

Ref: 85344/2006-09-11

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Ability (From Social Ability)

Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): abilities

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