The Regeneration Skills Agenda

12th June 2008.

This Local Work Voice looks at how the regeneration sector is responding to the Egan Review of skills. A key finding by the Egan Skills Review II in 2004 was that while professionals have very good ‘hard skills’ within our particular competence, it is our ‘soft skills’ which need to be developed further – communicating better with communities, working better as a team, managing successful projects, coping with unexpected barriers and poor behaviours and more besides.