Sixty-two percent of CEO’s are worried that their employees do not have the skills they need for the company to be successful moving forward. Learning is no a longer a nice to have, it builds a competitive advantage. So how do we have the conversations about skills needed and empower employees to build these skills? Kevin is joined by Kelly Palmer the Chief Learning and Talent Officer at Degreed and co-author of The Expertise Economy. They discuss the rapid changes within workplaces and the paradigm shift needed to make learning proactive to re-skill and upskill the workforce.
In this episode, Kelly 1. Defines an expertise economy. 2. Shares case studies of organizations closing the learning gap. 3. Outlines the idea of skills quotient.
Ask yourself: Are you creating a learning culture?
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- The End of Average by Todd Rose
- The 100-Year Life: Living and Working in an Age of Longevity by Lynda Gratton and Andrew Scott
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