Throughout their careers, employees are likely to go through several different roles. Traditionally, this was a natural progression to a management or senior position achieved through experience earned on the job.
In today’s constantly changing work environment, that’s not exclusively the case. Now, employees are learning new skills and pivoting into entirely different roles.
For business leaders, this means that reskilling employees is becoming more critical. According to TalentLMS’ State of Employee Upskilling and Reskilling Survey, 59% of companies have provided upskilling or reskilling training for their employees, with four out of five employees indicating that training boosted their confidence.
To understand how companies should go about reskilling their employees, we spoke to senior leaders for some tips on the process.
Learning is important to the success of an organization and should be baked into the workplace culture for ongoing development and advancement. Research backs up the importance of continually developing a wide range of skills for a more creative, agile, and satisfying learning journey.
A roundtable is the perfect setting for storytelling: It’s where we come together, share meals, and connect with one another. Meeting together at the Night of the Roundtable evening was an opportunity to share experiences in business, the arts, and storytelling, and to learn from the experiences of those who joined us.