25 skills of Craftsmanship

What we don’t see on the resumes we review is the litany of emotional entanglements we bring to our new roles, uninvited, to the team and organizations we work in.

Alongside technical skills, people who can master a range of subjective skills are better able to influence, deal with ambiguity, bounce back from setbacks, think creatively, and manage themselves successfully in their pursuit of mastery. Christine prepares custom workshops designed to develop emotional maturity in the workplace and help develop teams of craftsmen and women, engaged in solving today’s persistent problems.

 
 

self-awareness

tension

presence

resilience

innovation

self-evaluation

Ethics

attention

observe

practice

adaptability

empathy

judgment

feedback

connection

interdependence

experimentation

creativity

vision

discernment

proximity

reasoning

serendipity

decisiveness

values

playfulness