· Tap into your inner agility and resilience →
Agility is no longer a skill set that’s just good to have, it is crucial if we want to survive and thrive in our careers.
· Australia’s stalled migrant boom derails golden economic run →
Even though immigration is a politically divisive topic in Australia, there is a broad recognition that the country needs its 200,000 to 300,000 annual intake to grow consumption demand and fill skills shortages in various sectors.
· Why Val Demings May Be the Best Running Mate for Joe Biden Right Now →
Kamala Harris is a force, a charismatic figure whose political skills have been shown in settings like the nomination process of Brett Kavanaugh, but never quite came together on the debate stage.
· Studying smarter? How learning may change post-Covid lockdown →
Soft skills will be much more in demand among engineers
· New working world: How a virus killed job descriptions →
Finally, adversity quotient, the most desired skill of today, has never been written in the skills section.
· The Station: Amazon eyes Zoox, Aurora goes back to school and Cabana hits the road →
The idea is to create a program where employees can build specific technical skills in the self-driving technology domain using its own experts.
· Christine Nuttall obituary →
Her influential book, Teaching Reading Skills in a Foreign Language, remains an essential text for both TEFL students and teachers.
· Osaka and Gauff should not be discouraged from their protests →
On Saturday afternoon Osaka’s new reporting skills were put to use on Instagram as a follower jumped into the comments section with criticism and accusations.
· Enerplus: A Desirable Contrarian Investment Opportunity →
Whilst finding a listed oil and gas company whose share price has plunged recently takes no skills, the trick so to speak is ascertaining their probability of surviving to see any recovery and thus desirability.
· France’s Renault highlights obstacles to reshoring industries →
“A complete relocation of production processes at a national or regional level raises the problems of rising production costs and the lack of local skills,” the French credit insurer Coface said in a memo.