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VR creates a space where leaders can practice common leadership skills, including giving performance evaluations, delivering bad news and dealing with difficult employees, among many others, privately and without risk.

3 “Soft Skills” that Are Actually Hard Skills

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Some say soft skills (e.g., emotional intelligence, communication and change management) are the most important, and others say hard skills (e.g., technology, customer service and basic work skills) take priority to enter and thrive in the workforce.
We may not know exactly which technical skills organizations will need in five years’ time, but soft skills will always be in demand. Here are three of the soft skills leaders can work on today to ensure they are equipped for the future.

Hard Data Makes the Case for Soft Skills

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Employer emphasis is often on developing hard skills, like computer science and data science, but it’s critical not to discount the importance and marketability of soft skills.