2. Emotional Intelligence
Closely related to leadership is another skill that is even more important in challenging and uncertain times is emotional intelligence. The ability to be aware, express, and control the emotions and be aware of the emotions of others.
In times of insecurity about work or the future of the business, connecting with others on an emotional level is key.
Individuals with high emotions will be coveted by organizations of all sizes and in all industries.
So, make sure you are emotionally intelligent to face and manage any sort of difficulties.
3. Technical Wisdom
The pandemic is accelerating digital transformations in companies as they are trying to be more resistant to future crises and disruptions.
The reality is that technologies will make companies more resistant to future pandemics.
Anyone capable of helping companies exploit these technologies will be in an excellent position to find employment.
Whether working in a factory or an office, in the post-coronavirus era, one will need to be comfortable with these types of technological tools and work with them effectively.