In PWCs 20th annual CEO survey, it's no surprise that digitisation, skills gaps and innovation have come out as top concerns for CEOs. 

CEO are hiring for softer skills - leadership, collaboration and creativity - skills which are notoriously hard to recruit. At Collingwood we support our clients to recruit these softer skills, and to develop them, by using proven, empirically validated, peer reviewed products and services which predict performance. I'm just surprised that so many other places don't use a similar process and support model. Why wouldn't you when these skills are so critical for success?