Future Skills - How to Succeed in a Digital World

Exam Questions: 50
Course Level: Basic
Pages: 256 | Content: 234, Supplemental: 22
NASBA Area of Study: Management Services
Not Acceptable for: Enrolled Agents
Version: 8190

This course provides the groundwork for how you can best prepare yourself and your business for the digital future of work. You'll learn which skills will be in the most demand as workplaces continue to evolve and see why these skill sets will command a premium price. You'll find explanations for digital skills like data literacy and cyber threat awareness, plus strategies for improving skills like teamwork and collaboration. PLEASE NOTE: Not accepted for Enrolled Agents. All course material provided. No prerequisites. Course level: Basic.

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Table of Contents
  • Digital Literacy
  • Data Literacy
  • Technical Skills
  • Digital Threat Awareness
  • Critical Thinking
  • Judgment and Complex Decision-Making
  • Emotional Intelligence and Empathy
  • Creativity
  • Collaboration and Working in Teams
  • Interpersonal Communication
  • Working in Gigs
  • Adaptability and Flexibility
  • Cultural Intelligence and Diversity Consciousness
  • Ethical Awareness
  • Leadership Skills
  • Brand of "You" and Networking
  • Time Management
  • Curiosity and Continual Learning
  • Embracing and Celebrating Change
  • Looking After Yourself
  • To recall the characteristics of artificial intelligence (AI)
  • To recognize the characteristics of good data
  • To identify the characteristics of technical skills
  • To identify password best practices
  • To recall various types of cognitive biases
  • To recognize the foundation of decision-making
  • To recall the highest level of EQ
  • To identify the skills that contribute to creativity
  • To identify the qualities that make a good collaborator
  • To recall the characteristics of various communication styles
  • To recognize the field that draws the most gig workers globally
  • To identify the benefits of becoming more adaptable
  • To recognize the benefits of a diverse workplace
  • To identify ethical concerns associated with artificial intelligence
  • To identify characteristics of objectives and key results (OKRs)
  • To recognize social media best practices
  • To recall hindering factors for motivation
  • To identify the trait that is central to curiosity
  • To recognize the potential results of a failed change initiative
  • To recall what the acronym SHED stands for

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