Workplaces have changed drastically in recent decades. Even in the past few years, the environments in which we work have evolved with new technologies and societal expectations for corporations.
To keep up with these changes, leaders must consistently evaluate their operations. Is our cybersecurity training up to par? What benefits do we offer to support work-life balance? How do we retain employees in such a competitive job market?
Those who practice servant leadership strive to support their employees professional and personal growth, even if that growth takes them to new opportunities outside of our company. So when I came across this article about the five most important job skills for the future, I reflected on whether my organization – both from a training and operational standpoint – is preparing my team effectively to handle the rapidly changing work environment.
Here are the most important skills identified by strategic business advisor Bernard Marr:
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