Career mobility is about getting deeper insights into the supply and demand for skills within your business, and matching employees' skills to new opportunities that make your company more competitive. In this session, you'll explore how building an inventory of your employees' skills and interests then use that data to upskill them through mentoring, stretch projects, and other on-the-job experiences — not just content. You'll see how you can quickly adapt your talent strategy to meet shifting customer and market demands, so you can weather change and prepare your organisation for the future.
Join Chris Milligan, Degreed VP of Career Mobility, to explore building a skills-based culture where employees are at the center of a talent mobility strategy.
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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 followed by London, UK in 2017 and New York, USA in 2019 – as a result of increasing involvement with global brands focused on the Total Talent agenda.Chris is an established Total Talent thought leader, influencer and award winner - recently invited to speak at a number of events including Leaderex 2019 and SIA Collaboration in the Gig Economy US 2019, and invited to write for HRD Connect, Catalyst Magazine and many more.
Yessi is the editor of UNLEASH. A seasoned technology and business journalist, Yessi is a sought after moderator and event host. With a background in multimedia journalism, Yessi’s work has been featured in publications including the Financial Times, TNW, UKTN, CoinDesk, and the Evening Standard.
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