Many organizations don’t know what skills they need (now, or for the future), or how to develop them. Equally, employees don’t know the skills they should learn or the career paths available to them, which oftentimes results in employees voting with their feet, through lack of motivation or progression.
There’s also plenty of evidence of where a poor understanding of skills required for new talent, has led to poor hiring decisions and the consequential implications that ensue these.
Evidentially, many organizations are struggling to make the shift to skills as the currency of their talent ecosystem. At the same time, legacy competency models and job architectures still abound. Can the two co-exist? Should they?
In this session, with UNLEASH and Eightfold AI, we’ll discuss how organizations can have just that. We’ll also identify tangible ways companies can establish a common language around skills to help break down silos in talent management.
Join us live to:
Consider why the shift to skills as the currency of talent needs to happen, to prevent organizations from being left behind.
Discuss the pros and cons surrounding the co-existence of legacy competency models and job architectures whilst shifting to a skills-focused approach to talent management.
Learn ways you can establish a common language around skills to break down silos in talent management.
Take the first steps in reinventing your approach to understanding and developing the workforce capabilities you need, providing employees a path to pursue, bettering retention, bettering hiring practices, improving productivity, and creating resilience in your organization for the future.
Wed, Dec 8, 2021 · 3:00 PM
Duration: 1 hour
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Ryan has over a decade of experience in enterprise technology leading marketing strategy for high-growth products, building teams and inspiring organizational transformation. Currently, Ryan leads product marketing and GTM strategy for Talent...
Jon Kennard has 20 years' experience in digital marketing and journalism, and more than a decade in L&D and HR publishing. Jon’s specialism and interests include learning and skills, the future of work, organisational culture and leadership. As...