According to studies, 50% of all employees will need reskilling by 2025. Developing soft skills is a crucial part of fostering a dynamic workplace. Therefore, candidates with specific skills are in high demand by employers. In this video, Bernard Marr shares the valuable soft skills hiring managers will look for in the next ten years.
Digital literacy is one of the crucial skills to learn to confidently use devices, software, and apps. Furthermore, Marr explains that candidates must be equipped with critical thinking to analyze issues and situations based on evidence rather than personal opinions and biases. Emotional intelligence is an essential soft skill that helps leaders build relationships, reduce team stress, defuse conflict, and improve job satisfaction. In addition, Marr identifies creativity, collaboration, data literacy, flexibility, leadership skills, time management, and continuous learning as other in-demand soft skills. These skills will undoubtedly help candidates thrive in the future workplace.
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