In 250 words or more, answer the following.
As you proceed through your IT career, you will discover that it takes more than just technical skills to advance through the ranks and earn the right to lead teams, projects, and, ultimately, companies. These non-technical skills, also referred to as soft skills, are just as important as the technical expertise you will acquire. Communication is an obvious one, but there are many others that are important. Engage in research on the Internet and describe one soft skill, other than communication, that you feel would be the most important to you and potential employers. Provide the details that show how this skill will translate into not just a “good job,” but a great career in technology. Analyze the soft skill from your own perspective and from the perspective of potential employers. How can the soft skill enhance your technical prowess?