People Strategy: Here’s What Your Retention Toolkit Should Look Like (On Demand)

Every organization needs skilled workers - but there's a shortage. With the effect this is having on many industries and regions, organizations are (rightfully so) turning their focus to upskill from within.

Focusing on moving your workers around builds the adaptability and agility that your workforce needs to remain competitive in an evolving market, while showing employees you’re invested in their career growth.

Chris Milligan will share his process to building a skills-based culture where employees are at the center of the talent mobility strategy.

Join this session to gain insights on:
  • Why is talent retention critical?
  • How to create a talent mobility strategy?
  • The value of a skill-based, people-first culture.
  • How to mobilize employees from within your organization to remain competitive?

Register for the On Demand Recording

About Your Speakers

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Chris Milligan, VP of Career Mobility, Degreed

After spending the early part of his career as a management consultant, building a multi-million-pound business and subsequently winning a place on the Australian Institute of Management’s “Top 30 under 30”–Australian born entrepreneur, Chris Milligan, founded the global SaaS company–Adepto.

In 2013, Adepto’s first office was opened in Brisbane, Australia closely followed by London, UK and New York, USA. In December 2019, Adepto was acquired by Degreed, together building the world’s leading Upskilling platform-matching skills to opportunities.

Chris is an established Total Talent thought leader, influencer and award winner-recently invited to speak at a number of events including iVentiv Talent Management 2020, ESPO Public Sector Procurement 2020, and invited to write for HCA Magazine, ERE, TLNT, SIA and HRD Connect amongst others.

"Degreed has uniquely built its own technology category from the ground up and it is a hot one. They have also provided a blueprint for what best-in-class looks like as a product and a company."

Michael Rochell

Brandon Hall Group Chief Strategy Officer and Principal HCM Analyst