The Hardest 'Soft Skills' Every Leader Must Demonstrate | Sessions
The new generation of talent has become more vocal about the kind of leaders they want to work for. And it's not the technical and other "hard" skills that matter to them most, it's what has long been called "soft skills." The reality is that soft skills are the hardest to demonstrate and the most difficult to recruit for, yet they have the greatest impact on the employee's experience. This session will examine the recent research regarding the most important and commonly identified soft skills that every leader should possess if they want to achieve high performance and high engagement from the new generation of talent.
- Explore the key drivers of how leadership skills and competencies have shifted over the past three years.
- Identify the expressed needs, expectations, and values of the new generation of talent.
- Learn the five most important and commonly identified soft skills that every leader should possess if they want to achieve high performance and high engagement from the new generation of talent.
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