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CEOs reveal the skill they want staff to exhibit most...

CEOs reveal the skill they want staff to exhibit most...

A survey of CEOs, who head up companies on Fortune’s 2017 100 Best Companies to Work for list, has revealed the skill they want staff to exhibit the most.

Although training and onboarding programmes might focus on staff maintaining specific, technical skillsets, top-level CEOs have highlighted the importance of their staff having positive-minded “soft skills.”

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  • Filipe
    Wed, 29 Mar 2017 8:02pm BST
    Agree and Agree and Agree....
    Lets ensure that middle management buys into this too. in my view the challenge is not at the top or bottom is at the middle, specially management that may be new to the job and not as experienced as their bosses. Senior management must coach and mentor their direct lines to what they believe, can be tough but it will pay dividends. Coach and mentor always, it has worked for me anyway, good luck

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