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Are you future-proof at work? Perform this self-audit to increase your value as a post-Covid employee


by Sinead Kieran
01st Jun 2021

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"In today’s dramatically altered working climate, probably the most important soft skill you can exhibit is resilience"

Identifying who you are as a professional person by examining your key strengths and the value that you can bring to a company is essential in a post-Covid world. Sinead Kieran breaks down how to perform a self-audit

Do you wonder if your current role will survive the post-Covid fall-out?  The challenges and disruption caused by the global pandemic have led many of us to reconsider our current employment and career path.  We all know that Covid has accelerated the rate of change in businesses, with lots of talk of new hybrid working models.  Many employers have identified efficiencies during the Covid lockdown which have led to some roles merging, changing or sometimes removed...

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