The reality of the future of work is unfolding around us. Reimagined workplaces are no longer a discussion item for the future. They are a reality of today. Jobs are being redefined as technology, artificial intelligence, and augmented reality reshape our world.
What’s more, in our current roles, the half-life of our skills is decreasing. Individuals leaving jobs and roles are at historic levels, so it is no wonder that our CEOs are flagging the issue of skills as a top priority.
And the HR world is scrambling — do we buy/hire new skills in, borrow from the gig economy or build them? If we build new skills, what skills do we need to build, and when, and who will need them?
We are turning to data, scenario planning, and think tanks around the globe for answers. But the greatest challenge remains how do we prepare workers today for the unknown jobs of the future?
Decades of studying high-performing learning teams have shown us that learning innovation, done well, provides organizations with improved flexibility, adaptability, innovation, and productivity - all essential foundations for preparing for the unknown.
Learning innovation delivers results and mature learning organizations teach us the principles that will help us build future-fit skills.
So how can L&D leaders connect and engage with the business to build future skills? In this webinar, we will look at:
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