Strengthening those soft skills

With trust in remote working employees now vital, it’s the perfect time to learn less technical skills like management and collaboration, writes Quinton O’Reilly

11th October, 2020
Strengthening those soft skills
Mary Cleary, deputy chief executive of the Irish Computer Society (ICS)

Since the lockdown came into play remote working has become second nature for many people, with collaboration tools and services like Microsoft Teams and Zoom now part of the furniture.

With this set-up being the norm for the foreseeable future, the time freed up makes this a great moment for workers to upskill.

Traditionally, most people’s focus tends to be on technical skills like cybersecurity, but there’s much to be said about learning soft skills...

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