Adaptability is the most sought after soft sill in an ever-changing professional landscape. With technologies and industries constantly evolving, being adaptable provides a competitive advantage in the workplace. Developing a flexible mindset, embracing change and taking risks is vital to building a successful career in academia or industry. Below are links to some helpful resources on key adaptability skills.
Post #1 Benefits of being adaptable
Post #2 Responding positively to change and being resilient is key to success
Post #3 Some key characteristics of an adaptable person
Post #4 Demonstrating adaptability and flexibility through action on the job
Post #5 Career adaptability and career competencies predict students’ well-being and performance
Post#6 Examples of workplace flexibility skills
|Nalini Kulkarni, PhD is a scientist in biotechnology discovery research at Eli Lilly and Company. Her work focuses on discovering and enabling novel drug targets for chronic pain and neurodegenerative diseases.|