Executive trainer Andrea Clarke believes your identity, your will and your strength keep you competitive and prospering through the upheavals wrought by new technologies, job uncertainty and career transitions. She identifies eight essential human skills that defy automation: “reputation capital, communication, adaptability, creativity, networking, leadership, problem solving and continuous learning.” Hone and develop these capabilities to become Future Fit – strong, nimble and resilient in today’s work environment and the workplaces of tomorrow.
About the Author
Andrea Clarke is a former broadcast journalist and founder of the executive training program in Australia, CareerCEO.
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2 years agoNot bad at all. It’s pretty standard fare on the generic ideas around staying relevant in a fast-changing world of employment – but nevertheless, an important thing to be aware of.
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