What happens when nationality no longer applies??

With the 4th Industrial revolution, remote and mobile-based teams from multiple countries are fast becoming the norm. This demonstrates that we may need to learn and develop new ‘soft’ skills such as establishing interpersonal relationships and working with people from other cultures.

According to a report from the World Economic Forum “The era of front-loading skills for a single qualification that defines a career path at the start of a working life is over. Training systems will need to be flexible, allowing workers to continue learning throughout their careers” focussing on skills such as creativity, problem solving and critical thinking.

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