From hands…to heads…to hearts

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The future of work for Australians, and people all over the world, is endlessly being questioned by those who fear the “robot revolution”.

Deloitte Access Economics released research this week that significantly debunks the myth that the path to prosperity is mechanical, showing, in fact, that the future of work is human.

Deloitte partner, and lead report author, David Rumbens, says while technology is driving change in the way we all work, and the work we do, we can actually use technology to create more meaningful and productive jobs.

That today’s jobs are increasingly likely to require cognitive skills of the head rather than the manual skills of the hands won’t be a surprise,” Rumbens says.

“Yet something new is also happening with jobs increasingly needing us to use our hearts – the interpersonal and creative roles, with uniquely human skills like creativity, customer service, care for others, and collaboration.”

CEO of RESO – Real Estate Sales Online – Kate Chalk, says real estate agents have always known the value of individualised attention and work tirelessly to deliver exceptional customer experiences to vendors and buyers – every day of the week.

“When it comes to buying and selling property, people want local knowledge, genuine and timely service and, of course, the best financial outcome they can possibly generate,” Chalk says.

“Deloitte’s The path to prosperity: Why the future of work is human report shows the biggest threats to our employment market could actually be a lack of workers with the right skills and a workforce that’s also feeling burnt out.

“RESO is a property technology tool that allows vendors and buyers to have an instant, transparent and simple property transaction processes from beginning to end – freeing up time, and money, better spent in other ways.

“By supporting agents to seamlessly manage sales online capturing all buyer details, their offers and conditions, from the first contact, right through to contract completion, precious time can be channeled into authentic, human interactions,” Chalk says.

“RESO ensures agents are still in the driver’s seat because the real estate transaction is personal, complicated and emotional, and agents have the skills to deliver exceptional consumer experiences.

“RESO has taken a collaborative approach with agents and the industry – working together to provide a digital choice that adds significant value to the real estate transaction process – because there is nothing “robotic” about the individualised services great agents provide.”

For details on how RESO supports agentsbuyers and sellers visit www.reso.com.au or call 1300 1230 91