Ideas and suggestions on recruiting, interviewing and placement practices in the sports and entertainment industry from Prodigy Sports When Developing Your Skills, Don’t Leave Out the Most Important: Soft Skills Our industry is built on hiring and retaining employees who are technically proficient in their jobs. They must be able to close the sale. They must be able to manage the food and beverage operation. They must be able to come up with a creative marketing promotion. They must be able to handle security issues if they arise at an event.  Being technically proficient in your role, however, is becoming only part of the job. In today’s world, soft skills are what separates out whether an employee can truly add value to the overall growth of an organization. Would you rather go to an event where the staff has trouble interacting with the attendees or one where the staff goes […]
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