When it comes to using digital tools to enhance your daily life, you may be quite savvy: You possess an insider’s knowledge of acronyms, platforms and gadgets. Enter the professional world, however, and you may discover business proficiency is another layer or two of knowledge that you have yet to gain.
With an increasing focus on all the digital tools that can help boost your career, sometimes the non-digital skills slip through the cracks. But if you can perfect these five non-digital skills and mindsets, you'll make yourself a more desirable team member, and may potentially land your dream job.
These skills allow you to demonstrate — in both an interview setting as well as within the everyday workplace environment — your ability to use technology in an enlightened way, i.e., never forgetting the human side of digital emersion.