For many companies job skills required in the future is an unknown subject. Well, I will show you the most important and where you or your company can base your own list.
Consider that in order to select the list of your company is very important to link the mission and vision, it is through these that you will develop your staff to achieve your goals.
1.- Accountability for Others – being responsible for the consequences of the actions of those whom you manage.
2.- Accurate Listening – an openness to people and a willingness to hear what others are saying and not what you think they should say, or are going to say.
3.- Attention to Detail – the ability to see and pay attention to details; the ability to recognize the component parts of a procedure or object, and to verify the correctness or error in an individual part or procedure.
4.- Attitude toward Honesty – a person’s view of honesty, and of structure and order in society; the level of self-esteem available to accept the consequences of their own actions, and toward reporting the dishonesty of others.
5.- Attitude toward Others – maintaining a positive, open, and objective attitude toward others.
6.- Balanced Decision Making – the ability to be objective and to fairly evaluate the different aspects of a situation, and to make an ethical decision that takes into account all aspects and components; the ability to maintain balance between the needs of oneself, others, and the company at the same time.
7.- Commitment to the Job – motivation from within oneself to stay focused and committed to a task.
8.- Conceptual Thinking – the ability to identify and evaluate resources and plan for their utilization throughout the execution of comprehensive, long-range plans.
9.- Concrete Organization – the ability to understand the immediate, concrete needs of a situation and to establish an effective action plan for meeting those needs.
10.- Consistency and Reliability – the capacity to feel an internal motivation to be conscientious in personal or professional efforts; the need to be consistent and reliable in life roles.
11.- Conveying Role Value – the ability to draw upon a variety of capacities (empathetic, interpersonal, and leadership) to instill in an employee a sense of value for the task at hand.
12.- Correcting Others – the ability to confront controversial or difficult issues in an objective manner; the ability to have non-emotion discussions about disciplinary matters.
13.- Creativity – the ability to adapt traditional methods, concepts, models, designs, technologies, or systems to new applications; or the ability to devise new approaches to make improvements or solve problems.
14.- Developing Others – the ability to understand the needs, interests, strengths, and weaknesses of others, and to utilize this information for contributing to the growth and development of others.
15.- Emotional Control – the ability to maintain a rational and objective demeanor when faced with stressful or emotional situations; a measure of self-composure in a difficult situation and the ability to act objectively, rather than impulsively or emotionally.
16.- Empathetic Outlook – the ability to perceive and understand the feelings and attitudes of others; the ability to place oneself “in the shoes” of another and to view a situation from their perspective.
17.- Enjoyment of the Job – the feeling that one’s job is both fulfilling and rewarding and that it has a positive and useful benefit.
18.- Evaluating Others – the ability to make realistic and accurate judgments about others, to evaluate their strengths and weaknesses, and to understand their manner of thinking, acting, and behaving.
19.- Evaluating What Is Said – a person’s openness to people and willingness to hear what other people are saying and not what they think they should say or are going to say.
20.- Flexibility – the ability to readily modify, respond to, and integrate change with minimal personal resistance.
21.- Following Directions – the ability to effectively hear, understand, and follow directions or instructions; the willingness to postpone making personal decisions, or taking action, until you have openly listened to what you are being asked to do.
22.- Freedom from Prejudice – the ability to not allow unfair implications of prejudged information to enter into and effect an interpersonal relationship; not allowing a person’s class, race, sex, ethnicity, or personal philosophy to cause you to prejudge the actions, potential, intentions, or attitudes of others.
23.- Gaining Commitment – the ability to develop and invoke a self-starting attitude in employees in their pursuit of goals; the ability to motivate employees to do their best and to provide them with practical, concrete ideas and methods by which they can achieve their goals.
24.- Goal Directedness – the ability to stay on target regardless of circumstances; the ability to stay focused on the task at hand.
25.- Handling Rejection – the ability to handle rejection on a personal level, based solely on your self-esteem; the ability to see yourself as valuable, separate, and apart from your role or position in life.
To be continued…