A Key Factor
In recent years, the working environment has become considerably more complex and many sectors are undergoing a rapid pace of change due to globalisation and emerging technologies.
Even in the midst of these structural transformations, human resources remain the key factor for organisations’ success and sustainability and this requires more than ever that teams and leaders have the necessary tools to respond effectively to the continuously evolving challenges of professional life.
Organisations are therefore facing the strategic question of how best to reinforce the competencies of their teams and leaders. Many studies and international reports1The Future of Jobs Report – World Economic Forum (2018) + Global Human Capital Trends: Reinventing Social Enterprise with a Human Focus – Deloitte Insights (2019) + Experts on the Future of Work, Jobs Training and Skills – Pew Research Center (2019) + The Real Future of Work – Gallup (2019). agree that the best strategy rests upon the development of human skills (Soft Skills) that empower the workforce through the advancement of wide-ranging individual and social abilities: “adaptability, critical thinking, emotional intelligence, effective communication, resilience, empathy, compassion, self-awareness, problem solving, proactive collaboration, conflict management, creativity and continuous learning”.
The perspective opened-up by the development of these human skills, which have become more strategic than ever, is that the notion of success takes on a broader dimension, no longer limited to the efficiency, productivity and the results of the organisation, but also connected to the fulfilment of its human resources. For this reason, the strengthening of human skills also encourages organisations to reflect on the very foundations of their culture and on its possible development.
Mind of Joy Consulting has thus developed a unique and comprehensive programme that empowers teams and leaders with Strategic Human Skills to help organisations succeed in addressing these important social and structural challenges.
Our Set of
Our set of Strategic Human Skills has been defined on the basis of our professional experiences as well as empirical evidence from neuroscience, psychology, sociology and contemplative sciences.
This set, composed of a range of essential human skills that are interrelated and mutually enriching, is divided into six main areas and form the structure of our main training.
This set of skills encompasses all the knowledge, mindset and skillset that help each staff member to observe, analyse and act in the most constructive way.
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The Solution to
Our Strategic Human Skills at Work Development Programme responds to a wide range of needs and contexts, especially when an organisation wishes to: