Skills to Navigate Uncertainty

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  • Break out of the system (figuratively): think beyond subjects and courses and integrate different disciplines if you’re a scholar, student or teacher.
  • Apply a beginner’s mindset, question the status quo and the way things are done; dare diving into different departments or changing job fields entirely, whether you are at the beginning of your career or a long term employee.
  • Be open to unusual career paths and backgrounds when hiring, provide opportunities to learn new things and encourage interdisciplinary work when you are responsible for a team or a company.

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