Wanted: Human Skills

Often, what really makes the difference between employee success and failure are the skills that don’t appear on a resume. But can these “human skills” be taught?

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Diana Vienne
Make haste, slowly.

Caesar Augustus is said to have first adopted the motto: Festina Lente. Make haste, slowly. He had gold coins printed with a crab and a butterfly to symbolize the idea. Over the centuries, many other images have been created to remind us of the adage, such as a hare in a snail shell, and a dolphin entwined around an anchor. This simple phrase, “go slow to go fast,” is a powerful one, and it remains with us today.

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Christine Andrukonis