How to use skills intelligence to future-proof your workforce
Everyone should have the opportunity to have a meaningful career, with the chance to thrive within an organization as they build their skills and capability for the future. It also makes financial sense for organizations to nurture their current talent, rather than have to find new talent.
By understanding the capability that exists across their talent ecosystem, talent and business leaders can build clear strategies for mobilizing and transitioning employees into new career pathways first, before looking at the alternatives such as redundancies.
We brought together a panel of industry people leaders to discuss how skills intelligence can help organizational leader build their workforce strategies with mobilization, upskilling, and agility in mind.
Kate Mason Group Director, People & Culture at Coca-Cola Amatil
Siobhan Savage Chief Executive Officer, Reejig
James McIlvena Managing Director ANZ, Lee Hecht Harrison
Skill intelligence is more than a buzzword, and so Kate shares why it’s so important to boards, leaders, and employees to implement a skills strategy, Siobhan talks about how to build a skills strategy using ethical HR technology and insightful data, and James shares what you can do with this incredible intelligence.
From the impact on culture and financial and non-financial risks of not implementing skills intelligence to how the tech and human intelligence work together, you'll get to understand first-hand how leaders in this area use skills intelligence to build successful business outcomes and a more engaged workforce in an age of digital disruption and learning.
Watch the 'How to use skills intelligence to future-proof your workforce' recap recording