The Great 8 Skills
Optimistic thinking: A person’s attitude of confidence, hopefulness, and positive thinking.
Self-management: A person’s success in controlling his/ her emotions and behaviors, especially in new and challenging situations.
Relationship skills: A person’s skill at promoting and maintaining positive connections with others.
Goal-directed behavior: A person’s initiation of, and persistence in completing, difficult tasks.
Decision making: A person’s approach to problem-solving, learning from experience, using values to guide behavior and accepting responsibility
Personal responsibility: A person’s tendency to be careful and reliable in his/her actions and to contribute to group efforts.
Self-awareness: A person’s realistic understanding of his/ her strengths and limitations, and consistent desire for self-improvement.
Social awareness: A person’s capacity to interact with others in ways that show respect, tolerance, and cooperation.