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HRD Roundtable: Creating An Internal Talent Powerhouse – Mastering Skills Development For The Re-Engagement Of Employees

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The talent pool isn’t a limitless pot of new skills that people leaders have unlimited access to. The most impactful jump for any organisation sits in the development of internal skills. Active investment in skills and the commitment to ensuring employees stay relevant in an evolving job market is perceived as the most valued offering […]

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The talent pool isn’t a limitless pot of new skills that people leaders have unlimited access to. The most impactful jump for any organisation sits in the development of internal skills. Active investment in skills and the commitment to ensuring employees stay relevant in an evolving job market is perceived as the most valued offering an organisation can give its workforce.

As a result, skills investment serves as an integral ingredient to the re-engagement of employees, offering unparalleled benefits to a business as we navigate an increasingly volatile talent market. Internal talent marketplaces have been proven indispensable to unlocking and developing new skills, and vastly outweigh the effort and resources required to hire new skills externally.

This virtual roundtable will not only allow people leaders to access the secrets to building a high-functioning talent marketplace but understand how to align its mission with that of your people to secure employee engagement and reduce attrition.

This virtual roundtable will explore:

  • How to begin creating an internal talent marketplace?
  • What’s the benefit to the organisation and people of an internal talent powerhouse?
  • What are the learning and skills development expectations from different working demographics?
  • What options should be considered to allow employees to learn that go beyond exams and certificates?
  • How can you surface the skills most important to your people through data?

Register here!

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