Skills Strategy: Are You Levelling Up Your L&D?
Research shows skills shortages are the #1 challenge for HR currently.
Priorities have realigned to address them with becoming a learning organization now top of the list.
But with legacy systems, strategies and content in place in many companies, are you ready to level up L&D to solve for skills?
Skills strategies have long involved a combination of both ‘build and buy’ – developing existing staff and hiring in new talent. But in an uncertain economy and layoffs hitting the headlines, ‘buying’ your way out of skills shortages is currently not an option for many.
Which leaves reskilling and upskilling at speed and scale as the solution.
However, legacy learning systems and content can make this significant challenge even more difficult. Can you personalize learning pathways enough? Can you harness AI to help drive the right learning interventions at the right time? Can you match content to job roles accurately as company structures shift at ever-increasing rates? Ultimately, how do you level up your learning to support your people’s development alongside the strategic goals of your organization to ensure it performs and grows?
UNLEASH is thrilled to host a panel of unmissable insights to explore this timely topic. Serena Gonsalves-Fersch has exclusive insights from her new doctorate research, while Claire Doody brings experience from her current birds eye view across the industry plus her previous learning leadership role at Twitter, and Valerie Focke brings access to data and insights from over 113 million learners using Coursera worldwide.
Join us live to:
- Discuss how advancing learning technologies can support reskilling and upskilling – from AI to learning analytics a focus on the digital learning experience.
- Explore strategies and practical take-aways for leveling up your L&D to solve for skills.
- Hear first-hand what’s working on the frontline of learning in leading organizations today.
- Ask your questions live to gain insights and advice on your skills strategy and next generation learning approaches.
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