Massive workforce shifts in 2020 have forced countless organizations to rethink how work gets done. A key piece of that is supporting workers in keeping their skills current - and building new ones. If you’re wondering what skills are critical to you moving in 2021, it depends entirely on who you are, where you work, and what you do.
Degreed published the State of Skills report to help you identify where skills are most at-risk of becoming obsolete. Among the 5,000+ workers, team managers, and business leaders we surveyed, demand is strongest for technological skills. However, they’re also looking to develop their social and cognitive skills.
Join us for a conversation on where you should focus your energy and investment, and understand what skills are the most urgent in your industry and country!
Sarah Danzl has been actively involved in the learning space for 12 years, leading marketing and communications efforts in corporate and startup capacities. She currently leads the PR, communications, and client advocacy teams at Degreed. Prior to working at Degreed, she served as the senior marketing communications manager at Xyleme, helping grow their comprehensive authoring system into the leading LCMS provider. When she’s not developing new content, she can be found experimenting with new recipes, getting involved in a local nonprofit, or walking her two pitbulls at the base of the Rockies in Boulder, Colorado
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