About this event
As the labour market presents employers with a dearth of suitable candidates, HR professionals have made upskilling their workforces the priority to ensure they meet future challenges.
No business is immune to the transformations that are taking place. A changing economic climate combined with the impact of technology on job roles is forcing organisations to accelerate their digitalisation to build a more agile and adaptable workforce.
Recent data from HR analysts the Fosway Group show that learning, talent and workforce management is no longer a nice-to-have. Organisations with slow digital learning adoption were three times more likely to have struggled to cope with the pandemic, compared with those with a mature approach to digital learning.
This Personnel Today webinar, in association with SumTotal, examines this learning maturity and how HR professionals can develop learning and talent management strategies that support both their employees and their business goals.
Personnel Today editor Rob Moss is joined by David Perring, director of research at Fosway Group, and Mike Smith, learning operations manager at Direct Line Group, to provide insights into blending learning and talent management approaches to make your staff more agile and productive.
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This free 60-minute webinar includes a live Q&A for the audience to pose questions to our panel.
Responsible for the content across Personnel Today, Rob is an experienced business editor and has been hosting webinars and podcasts about HR, L&D and employment since 2006.
A 20-year learning professional with a prior career in insurance underwriting. A qualified executive coach with a learning background spanning all facets of the learning cycle. In more recent years, Mike became passionate about user experience and how utilizing data and campaign can enhance a successful learning experience. He has worked with SumTotal for two years collaborating closely with the SumTotal team to push the capabilities of the platform.
An HR professional for over 30 years, David has always been at the forefront of innovation and has retained a strong sense of optimism, energy and passion for transforming organisational learning and performance. As Director of Research for Fosway Group, he independently explores the experiences of practitioners and suppliers to understand the realities of what’s happening in corporate learning, talent development and HR. Inspiring change by sharing what truly makes a difference.
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