Client Case Study
Relatus has previously worked with Northrop in one off training interventions. To succeed in embedding the behaviours and enable long term skill development we recommended a blended approach.
“More than ever the ability to connect with people and build relationships will be vital to success particularly in our industry as consultants. As more engineering tasks become automated and commodities, the consultants who can communicate, connect, empathises etc will come to the fore. We need to build this into our business.”
Stephen Maher, Principal Northrop
THE RIPPLE EFFECT
We work with teams of all types, intact; leaders, sales/ service, marketing and ad hoc; graduates, future leaders and project teams.
By working together we gain a deep understanding of all your market opportunities and bring them together to form one relationship strategy which is underpinned by building your teams human relationship capability.
We guide individuals to leverage their networks and work better in this ever changing competitive environment.
INVEST IN RELATIONAL COMPETENCIES
According to the latest Deloitte Insights Paper - The path to prosperity: Why the future of work is human published in 2019, "today’s jobs require us to use our heads, rather than our hands, this binary classification is hiding something important – the work of the heart.
These are the skills that are embedded in both the work of the hands and the work of the head. What do we mean by work of the heart? It is the interpersonal and creative roles that will be hardest of all to mechanise. And that trend has decades to run:
• 86 percent of the jobs created between now and in 2030 will be knowledge worker jobs.
• By 2030, one quarter of Australia’s workforce will be professionals. Most of these will be in business services, health, education or engineering.
• Two-thirds of jobs will be soft-skill intensive by 2030. These trends in job markets aren’t alarming, they’re liberating.
The boring, repetitive work will be done by robots, leaving the more challenging and interesting work for humans.
These new trends are happening so fast they’re catching workers, businesses and governments by surprise.
At the start of this decade, the typical worker lacked 1.2 of the critical skills needed by employers seeking to fill a given position. Today, the average worker is missing around 2 of the 18 critical skills that are advertised for a job. And the gap is still growing, with far-and-away the bulk of those ‘missing skills’, those of the heart"
At Relatus, we work with you to develop your human advantage. We refine skills and align strategies so you foster relationships in a way that works for you, long term!