The added value brought by good salespeople comes from their customer focus and expertise because, much more than just selling, they also have to be a consultant, facilitator, and challenger, bringing unique expertise and a range of different experiences along with them.
Specific to managerial functions, this cross-functional skill is highly valued in all managerial positions.
In this article, we highlight a skill that is sought by most companies: organisation skills. A powerful guarantee of performance and efficiency, this skill is required in all types of positions.
Among the range of transversal skills, learning agility stands out as a key skill to evolve favorably in this new era of work. Let's see what it means, what makes it up and how to develop it.
Soft skills are the skills we will need to bank on when carving out a place for ourselves, and understanding and embracing the transient nature of this new work environment. These skills are the new key to success and fulfilment.
Most companies today focus on hiring the right talent for a given job. While companies invest a lot in background checks and getting the structure of the interview right to find the right talent, many tend to miss out on using a data-driven approach for their hiring process.
We will see, through different examples, how self-knowledge has become an essential daily soft-skill in both the professional and personal spheres.
Resilience - We have come across this word quite often in the recent past. Resilience as we know is the ability to bounce back when faced with challenging or difficult situations.