There are several studies now on which prove that human beings ought to be extremely worried about the future of their jobs, thanks to the proliferation of automation. This school of thought urges people to master as many skills as possible. But this is not sustainable as the number of skills is vast, so not possible for any one person to embrace. Besides, due to the constant churn in technology, new skills learnt may also not last long, in terms of market appeal. One thing that all of us can counter this trend by is empathy. This is a skill unique to humans. That is why several companies are using empathy as one of the key tenets in their corporate training and employee development sessions. US chain Walgreens is one such to have started empathy training alongside emotional and social intelligence programmes.


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