What interpersonal skills are important to develop to be successful in Business?
Was closed due to being too broad.
A helpful user commented that putting "interpersonal skills" is not enough to be a good question.
That's akin to "What are useful skills for programming games?" No, it does not narrow things enough. Think of a specific situation, and ask about the specific situation.
It's going to be important to decide early how broad is too broad and how narrow is too narrow. This is likely going to happen early, so I'd prefer a discussion rather than a verdict.
On one hand, you have questions which are so broad, you could write books about them. I dub "encyclopedia questions". Because they're so broad, the answers given will be highly divergent, and there is no "best answer".
On the other hand, you have questions which contain a personal narrative, and thus cannot be backed up with fact, I dub "Dear abby questions". Because these questions are personal, the answers will be suited to the question at hand, and will likely not apply to many situations because another person may see and think "well, my situation is a little different, better ask again".
Examples of encyclopedia questions:
- What interpersonal skills are important to develop to be successful in Business?
- How to be more likable
Examples of dear Abby questions: