Jack Vinson writes in New Grad Hires: Ready and Willing, but Are They Able?,
The solution is to hire people who have the general skills, capability, and/or experience you need and then train them in the missing aspects. That’s the way it has always been.
For technical staff, expect to spend time helping them develop interpersonal skills, such as being able to facilitate a conversation and come to consensus, how to give and receive feedback, how to work with other people. If you’re a new-ish manager, you may not have had specific training for these skills either. (Read Behind Closed Doors: Secrets of Great Management and practice.)
If you’re not sure how to interview new grads, read my column, Interviewing New College Grads.