When, where and how we work is being totally transformed. Now more than ever, business leaders have a responsibility to refocus their workforce strategy on upskilling and talent mobility, creating the right environment that supports this new work reality.
This Personnel Today webinar in association with Degreed looks at how work is fundamentally changing. Some companies have begun incorporating technology, automation, and artificial intelligence into routine job tasks. As this increases over the next few years, many jobs will become unrecognisable or redundant.
Ultimately though, new jobs will be invented and most are going to evolve to include new skills and responsibilities. Unfortunately, more than 70% of companies still rely on old thinking and use work methods and processes for a world that no longer exists.
Degreed’s chief learning officer Kelly Palmer and Darren Bartlett, global capability director for Imperial Brands, join Personnel Today editor Rob Moss to discuss “future-ready” strategies and a framework for creating a better employee experience that helps organisations and individuals thrive.
Watch this 60-minute webinar to find out what organisations can be doing differently, including:
KELLY PALMER is on a mission to change the way the world learns. A well-known thought leader on learning, business, and career development, she is currently on the executive team of Degreed and was formerly the chief learning officer of LinkedIn. She is the co-author of the book The Expertise Economy: How the smartest companies use learning to engage, compete, and succeed which was named one of the best business books of 2019. She speaks regularly at companies and business conferences around the world, has been featured in Harvard Business Review, the Financial Times, Fast Company, Entrepreneur, Inc, and Barron’s among others. Kelly lives in San Francisco.
DARREN BARTLETT has been global capability director at Imperial Brands since 2017. Accountable for ensuring the tobacco giant have the right capabilities and mindset in place globally to deliver its business strategy he is responsible for entry level talent, learning, leadership development and overall approach to talent and succession, to allow employees to grow and develop their career. Darren is driving a digital and cultural shift to engage learners across the whole business and put them in control of their development.
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