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The conversation around the workplace of the future, what skills will be the most valuable, and how workers can remain relevant seems to be never-ending, and with good reason: jobs are being automated by AI and machines, more millennials are becoming managers, and the workplace is constantly evolving. Fast Company explores important skills managers will need over the next few years, including strong emotional intelligence, a heavy focus on developing their people instead of dictating what their team needs, transparency, and the ability to perceive and assess soft skills in candidates and employees. Leaders will also need to be “adept at managing the changing relationship between people and emerging tech.” The article takes a deeper dive into the flexibility and value of each skill as the workplace continues to rapidly change.
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