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IELTS Writing Task 2

China 2019-05-25

 

Topic:

 

Many businesses think that the new employees who graduate from schools lack basic interpersonal skills, such as working with colleagues as a team. What is the cause of this problem and what are the solutions?

许多企业认为,从学校毕业的新员工缺乏基本的人际交往能力,比如和同事一起工作。这个问题的原因是什么,解决办法是什么?


Essay:

 

Many job seekers cite interpersonal skills on their resumes, knowing their importance for career success in the business world. Employees who find it difficult to build good interpersonal relationships with co-workers are generally observed as not getting along well with others. Why school graduates lack basic interpersonal skills and what could be possible solutions, if any?

很多求职者在简历中都提到了人际交往能力,知道他们在商界成功的重要性。那些发现很难与同事建立良好的人际关系的员工通常被认为与他人相处不好。为什么学校毕业生缺乏基本的人际关系技巧?如果有的话,可能有什么解决办法?

 

What is the cause for employers to think that new employees who graduate from schools possess poor, even terrible interpersonal skills? This problem refers to those employees who lack what is called ‘emotional intelligence’ and frequently experience failure and frustration when attempting to interact with others in the workplace. If nothing else, it is because interpersonal skills are ‘soft skills’ that are not likely to be taught in the classroom in the same way ‘hard skills’ (school subjects) are being taught. In a society where the demand is for ever-increasing academic specialization, there is often an under-commitment to the development of effective interpersonal skills that are necessary for working with colleagues as a team. In fact, as students spend more and more of their intellectual capital focusing on narrower and narrower ‘hard skills’, they are left little time or incentive to explore ‘soft skills’. As a result, many job seekers are not good at demonstrating those interpersonal skills which are valuable to businesses.

是什么原因让雇主认为刚从学校毕业的新员工拥有糟糕甚至糟糕的人际关系技能?这个问题指的是那些缺乏所谓的“情商”的员工,当他们试图在工作场所与他人互动时,他们往往会经历失败和挫折。如果没有别的原因的话,那是因为人际交往能力是一种“软技能”,不太可能像在课堂上讲授“硬技能”(学校课程)一样被传授。在一个需要不断增长的学术专业化的社会里,人们往往对培养有效的人际交往技能缺乏足够的投入,而这些技能对于作为团队的同事来说是必不可少的。事实上,随着学生越来越多地把注意力集中在更窄、更窄的“硬技能”上,他们几乎没有时间或动力去探索“软技能”。因此,许多求职者不善于展示那些对企业有价值的人际关系技巧。

 

However, there are several steps to be taken as possible solutions for the lack of interpersonal skills. While it is true that some individuals are born with an innate gift of ‘soft skills’, it is just as accurate to say that those not so gifted may learn these skills, develop them more fully, hone and adjust them. To suggest, the first step is putting on a happy face in day-to-day life because when people smile often and have an upbeat attitude, their colleagues will be drawn to them. The second step is expressing appreciation for team members while practicing empathy. The third step is being an active listener, and this skill can be learned through the process of repeating back to a speaker what that individual has said to make sure that true communication is taking place. The fourth step is moderating disputes quickly when colleagues disagree so that the conflicts do not get out of control. The fifth step is being a great communicator by thinking carefully about the words to avoid any potential misunderstandings with colleagues.

然而,对于缺乏人际交往能力的人来说,有几个步骤是可以采取的。的确,有些人天生就具有“软技能”,但同样准确的说,那些天赋不高的人可能会学习这些技能,更充分地发展它们,磨练它们,调整它们。建议说,第一步是在日常生活中展现出快乐的一面,因为当人们经常微笑并保持乐观的态度时,他们的同事会被他们吸引。第二步是在练习同理心的同时表达对团队成员的感激。第三个步骤是成为一个积极的倾听者,这个技巧可以通过向说话者重复那个人说过的话来学习,以确保真正的交流正在进行。第四步是在同事意见不一致的情况下迅速缓和争议,以免冲突失控。第五步是善于沟通,认真思考,避免与同事产生误解。

 

In conclusion, many school graduates need to develop interpersonal skills to become successful in working with others in the workplace. This is particularly true of those who are fresh from schools. Accordingly, job seekers and those who are looking for promotions in an organization  should not only focus on ‘hard skills’ but also learn ‘soft skills’ in their daily lives.

综上所述,许多大学毕业生需要发展人际关系技巧,以便在工作中与他人合作时取得成功。这对于那些刚从学校毕业的人来说尤其如此。因此,求职者和那些寻求晋升的人不仅要注重“硬技能”,还要在日常生活中学习“软技能”。