While developing soft skills may be a lower priority for CIOs than technical prowess or business acumen, there are compelling reasons for emerging technology leaders to bump soft skills higher up on their lists.
In a new article at the Enterprisers Project, “7 Soft Skills Leaders Wish They’d Learned Sooner,” CIOs and others provide insight into the soft skills they consider especially valuable to career success. Among those interviewed were Ami Sarnowski, Chief Innovation Officer at Genesis10.
“As a CIO, the ability to inspire, affect change...." Read on to learn what Sarnowski shared with The Enterprisers Project.
The Enterprisers Project is a community and online publication built to discuss the evolving role of the CIO and how they are driving business value in an increasingly digital world. A collaborative effort between Harvard Business Review and Red Hat, The Enterprisers Project shares articles written by CIOs, for CIOs and other IT executives aimed at elevating the role of CIO from technology service provider to innovation driver in partnership with the business.
Ami Sarnowski blogs regularly at Genesis10. Read, Talent Strategy Redefined.
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