How learning people skills can be like gaining a superpower

If you struggle in your job to receive appreciation for your contributions, find time to develop your skills and find meaning in your work, it's easy to feel frustrated. In particular as a web designer or developer, these needs often aren't met when colleagues and clients are afraid of change and seem to block your contributions; managers allocate limited time for design because they have unrealistic expectations; and departments fight between each other instead of working together.

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Jonathan Kahn

Jonathan Kahn is Lead Trainer at Together London, a communication skills training company. Since 2013, he’s helped hundreds of people to be more effective at work. He started out as a web developer in the early 2000s. He noticed that digital teams found collaboration difficult. That’s why he decided to focus on helping digital pros to learn people skills