Soft skills – the competencies of the present and the future

SPM 2000: Learning Soft Skills
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After the Corona crisis, what skills are important for entrepreneurs and their employees to be stronger and prepared for the future?

Working models have become much more agile since the start of the pandemic and require greater adaptability from all stakeholders. A good example of this is hybrid working, which has now become established in many companies. But in addition to hard skills, the digital world of work also demands soft skills, because only interpersonal skills make it possible to meet the challenges of digitization.

According to a Robert Half study, 36 percent of executives believe soft skills increase in importance in times of crisis to help them get through stress. In the future, the following competencies will become more important: creative thinking, agility, communication, leadership and strategic thinking.

These “soft factors” make up success across disciplines as personal, social or methodological competencies. We have specialized in the development of these skills and their transfer into result-oriented action for 20 years. In order to recognize and exploit people’s full potential, we go directly into their living and working environments so that they develop new perspectives, both professionally and privately. Because with the personal training of people, the company can be successful in the long term and master the ways of working in hybrid everyday life.

It is clear that soft skills are essential for the employees and managers of today and tomorrow. By focusing on them and considering how exactly they can be applied to work tasks, employers and employees alike are prepared for the future.

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