The Skills Agenda

Strengthening the conversational skills of
leaders is the first step to enabling organisations
to thrive, say Sara Hope and Chloe Walton

The world is changing at an unprecedented rate.  The digital revolution is having a profound effect on our lives by dramatically changing the way we live, work and interact with one another.  Inventions, innovations and decisions are happening at speeds which were previously unimaginable, and developing artificial intelligence will continue to change the art of what is humanly possible.

This article seeks to explore the key disruptions on skill sets, and how creating the space for strengthening conversational skills of leaders and managers can be a key differentiator to enabling organisations to thrive.

To read the full article, featured in The Training Journal, click here.

By Sara Hope

By Jon Bartlett