About
The “Great Resignation” has shaken up the tech industry in ways never seen before. Combined with existing challenges from tech skill shortages widely felt across the financial services industry, companies need to quickly develop a workforce development strategy designed to attract new talent, as well as enable reskilling and upskilling from within.

How do companies compete for top tech talent today? What are the best ways to hold on to employees? How do you continue to develop an expertly trained tech workforce to build products and services to support your long-term growth? These are some of the questions that will be answered in our webinar on Tuesday, 19th April.

Hear how Bupa, Nomura and Pluralsight have partnered to approach these challenges as they discuss the most innovative ways to recruit, retain and grow talented employees.
When
Tue, Apr 19, 2022 · 10:00 AM London (GMT 1:00)
Presenters
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Rachael Grieve
Learning & Development Lead, Nomura Technology
Rachael Grieve is the Lead for Digital Learning and Development within Technology, delivering IT’s strategic Learning and Development pillar for the Global IT Transformation programme. She is also part of the Digital IQ team which aims to raise the digital fluency of all Nomura staff.
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Julie Stott
People Transformation Lead, Bupa
Julie is a People Transformation Lead for Group and Global Functions at Bupa. Julie is currently supporting Bupa’s global ambition to build differentiating technology skills in-house through the creation of a learning ecosystem that allows its people to leverage a diverse range of tools and support followed by ‘safe’ and practical application. Julie is partnering colleagues with a joint ambition of creating transparent skill and career pathways that allow our diverse workforce the opportunity to navigate their careers within Bupa.

Julie lives in Manchester with her husband, Sam and extremely mischievous Miniature Dachshund, Louie (who may make an appearance).
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Sean Farrington
EVP EMEA, Pluralsight
Sean Farrington is EVP EMEA at Pluralsight, a workforce development platform fast becoming the ‘go to’ option for businesses who are looking to accelerate growth and develop world-class teams. Sean is inspired by Pluralsight’s mission to advance the world’s technology workforce, not just in industry, but in all areas where technology can have an impact on the life outcome for people across the globe. Sean has over 22 years’ experience in the software industry, including 15 years working in Business intelligence; prior to that, he became a commissioned Officer in the British Army, as well as a trained helicopter pilot, and gained qualifications in Computer Science, Ammunition Technology and Logistics.
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Scott Birch
Chief Content Officer at BizClik Media Group
Creative media professional with 25 years of diverse international experience in Europe, the Middle East and Asia. I have edited daily, weekly, monthly and annual print titles, ranging from daily newspapers to glossy celebrity magazines, niche B2B magazines and luxury lifestyle publications. An early adopter of digital – creating web content since 1996 – I have also created digital app magazines, smartphone apps and overseen online strategy and social strategy. I have also worked in television, both behind and in front of the camera, and in public relations roles providing creative content and reputation management.