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What do you think are the best new skills to learn for your career, readers? Where do you think there are deficits in your general field (e.g., more lawyers should know X)? If you want to personally learn a new career-related skill, what is it and how are you going about it? (Is this a 2023 resolution for you?)
I saw an interesting interview a week ago with a TikToker who teaches Excel skills, which is a program I use frequently but know I only know at a surface level.
We’ve talked about how to learn some new career-related skills in the past, such as
- roundups of books on how to become a better leader and resources for managing people better
- online women’s management training
- learn a language
- how to build your network — and maintain it
- newer tech apps for team collaboration like Slack, Trello, Asana, and more
Further reading from around the web:
- 20 Essential New Skills To Learn to Advance Your Career [Indeed]
- Most Valuable Career Skills for 2023 [Investopedia]
- The Top 10 Most In-Demand Skills For The Next 10 Years [Forbes]
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