The Principles of Professionalism: Developing a New Class of Leaders
The future of your company depends on how well the incoming generation can take over.
Talent development is key. The youngest generation graduating and entering the workforce need and want skills for success. Which skills do they need most? Based on our research there are 6 Critical Skills for workplace success. In this session, we identify what hinders communication, relationship-building, and job performance. And, we teach participants the practical skills they can apply on the job to implement their new knowledge.
The Top 6 Mission Critical Success Skills
Through our extensive research, talking with employers, and engaging with Millennials over the past few years, we’ve defined 6 Mission Critical Success Skills that will give employees new to the workforce a chance to kick-start a successful career.
It is our responsibility as managers to pass on what it takes to be successful to the youngest generations: Millennials and Gen Z. To round off a young person’s education these added skills will support their ability and success grooming them for management roles of the future.
Mission Critical Skills:
- Interpersonal Skills
- Social Networking without a Device
- Time Management
- Focus Awareness
- A Can-Do Attitude