"The digital transformation age is advancing and job profiles are changing. There are new competence requirements in the digitalised world of tomorrow. Specialist knowledge is constantly becoming obsolete. To keep your finger on the pulse, transversal competences and lifelong learning are becoming increasingly important. Take responsibility yourself to be fit and well prepared for the future. With E4F, you set an important starting point with little effort and take your professional future into your own hands today.”
Dr. Pascal Scheiwiller, CEO von Rundstedt
From career counselling for well-qualified specialists and managers, we know that education and knowledge are no guarantee for sustainable professional success. Expertise is constantly being outdated and formal training is static. Therefore, conventional approaches to learning and human resource development fall far short. Professional success rather depends on how well the dynamics of change in knowledge and requirements are handled. Lifelong learning means always staying in motion and dealing with knowledge in a goal-oriented way. The key competences required for this are the true future skills. "Employability for Future" means the ability to hold one's own in the labour market of the future. The goal is to be one step ahead and prepare for Work 4.0.
E4F COMPETENCY MODEL
Future skills are the cornerstones of tomorrow's employability and therefore vital for survival. They are the basic skills of knowledge management and learning. Therefore, analytical thinking, problem-solving skills, mental agility, personal responsibility, independence, courage, curiosity, creativity and learning agility are central. Social skills such as empathy, networking and relationship management are also important because you need to bring together different knowledge carriers and experts to solve problems.