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People skills

NO MATTER HOW SOLID THE BUSINESS MODEL IS, MANAGERS STILL NEED GREAT PEOPLE TO DELIVER ON THEIR BRAND'S PROMISE.

People skills are harder to learn than technical skills, but thet are mandatory for long term organizational success. Low people skills determine a sterile environment with low productivity, low competitivity, and low resilience.


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