In a work world dominated by automation, digitalization, and increasing incivility, the need for the strengths of neurodiverse “sensitive strivers” has never been greater.
A “sensitive striver” is an employee who is both highly sensitive and high-achieving. Their empathy, emotional intelligence, and superior level of perception and insight offer an undeniable competitive advantage in the future workforce. In fact, the World Economic Forum’s Future of Jobs Report says that by 2025, the skills that “sensitive strivers” exemplify–such as critical thinking, problem-solving, self-management, working well with people, and communication–will be most in demand.
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