Empathy, emotional intelligence and other soft skills have become vital in how workplace and facilities managers deal with the needs of their teams and their end-users during the Covid-19 crisis, with uncertainty bringing these skills into sharp focus. Bradford Keen reports
An understanding and appreciation of others’ perspectives, be they peers or subordinates, makes for the broadening gamut of skills required to be an effective workplace and facilities manager. Bradford Keen talks to sector specialists about the personal professional development and training necessary to ensure truly empathetic facilities service management.
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