In this webinar, TalentGuard CEO, Linda Ginac will present how skills data impacts every talent decision from hiring and internal mobility to performance scores and succession planning. This presentation will discuss practical application of skills data throughout different talent management processes and will demonstrate how verified skills data within your organization will give you the power to transform biased guesses into insights-driven decisions that can improve your total talent management life-cycle.
In this session, renowned researcher and author Ben Eubanks will explore what it takes to create a set of validated skills and why it is critical to share skill priorities with every employee, not just the executive team. Attendees will hear a case study of a successful strategic initiative to help cement the concepts–you will also hear about a project that failed miserably due to the lack of skills clarity in the business.
In this webinar, Linda Ginac, CEO of TalentGuard, will explore the changing talent management landscape, and will cover several discussion points across the spectrum of intelligent career architecture. She will describe how TalentGuard approaches AI so that your organization can make better workforce decisions while delivering an employee experience that improves learning and career engagement.
This document outlines the 5 pillars of a strategic people development program. It should help you introduce new topics into your organization and make an overall case for shifting to a competency-based approach to people development. Our goal is to explain how all the pieces fit together to deliver a differentiated approach to people development for your business and enable you to win in the skills economy.
In this session, researcher and industry leader Ben Eubanks will explore the latest data on the costs, risks, and opportunities of employee reskilling initiatives. Examining how to identify internal skills and chart a path for success, this conversation will help talent and HR leaders build a business case for investment in reskilling and internal talent mobility and development.
The fundamental view of how skills fit into the business landscape is changing. Key trends include a shortened shelf life of learned skills, shifting skills due to technology disruption, and a pure lack of available talent. On a global level, skills shortages are predicted in a variety of industries while hiring talent externally costs businesses a considerable amount more than it does to train someone inside the business. Read this white paper to learn why taking a comprehensive approach to upskilling and reskilling is critical to address the growing skills gap.
In this webinar you will learn how to recognize and prevent talent hoarding, and become a champion to your employees’ career development goals.
Career pathing is a powerful tool for companies looking to drive worker engagement and performance, but how can companies make use of this innovative practice? In this webcast, participants will learn about critical aspects of talent mobility, why this matters to talent leaders, and how companies are putting this practice into action to support business objectives.
Twenty-five percent of insurance professionals are expected to retire within the next few years. The shift in talent is leaving a projected 400,000 positions unfilled by 2020, creating a deficit in skills needed to remain competitive. In this webinar, you will learn how to close skill gaps and develop a workforce focused on building their career at your organization.
Today’s workers have more transparency and choice of jobs than any generation before, which means retention is a critical component for employers across the globe. A variety of mechanisms have been deployed to keep people engaged at work, but research shows that one of the most valuable options of all is career management.