As hybrid work and the war for talent continue to dominate, learning and development pros are finding that they have a seat at the table like never before.
We are now tasked with leading strategic conversations that cement continuous learning as the key to future-ready and equitable workforces.
This discussion explored how we can cement skill-building and continuous learning as the key to future-ready and equitable workforces.
Key topics discussed:
- Skills development is no longer just a nice to have but business critical for retention
- Key skills like agility and resilience are not new but are now becoming more of a ‘conscious conversation’ for organizations at C-level
- Development pathways are necessary to ensure future skills requirements are met
- L&D is not an island – and the skills agenda can only be tackled successfully by working closely and collaboratively with partners in HR and talent acquisition
Why join an UNLEASH Roundtable?
Amid the current disruption, HR leaders need to get ahead of the exponential trend where work, technology and how work gets done have changed forever. But how should we approach the relevant questions, given the radical uncertainty we continue to face as the pandemic becomes more protracted than anyone imagined? Our exclusive Virtual Roundtables are designed to explore where business leaders are focused now, key challenges and prioritization for the rest of the year, and what matters most in planning for what’s next.
What to expect
- An in-depth discussion with 8-10 senior executives from the world’s leading organizations.
- Robust conversation based on pre-supplied questions and active participation from every attendee.
- The chance to share your genuine perceptions and challenges, with an agreement on Chatham House Rules.
- A professional post-event editorial write-up summarizing actionable insights and next steps.
How to take part
Apply to get a seat at a future UNLEASH roundtable via our Events Calendar. Please note that all attendees are screened. Your company name will be shared with other participants to help us create the most useful discussion possible.