By Monica E. Oss, Chief Executive Officer Executive team skill sets have changed—or at least what organizations are looking for in their C-suite executives. That is the premise of a thought-provoking new Harvard Business Review piece, The C-Suite Skills That Matter Most. Over the past 20 years, C-suite recruitment has moved from looking for technical expertise, administrative skills, and a track record of successfully managing financial and operational resources to a new skill set. The new 'ideal candidate' has those skills but with strong social skills—self-awareness and the ability to work with a wide range of people and empathy for their perspectives. They also need strong communication…
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