New technologies and business practices are making many skills obsolete but also requiring new skills, to perform new tasks within new working environments. To remain relevant, we must remain agile and learn new behaviors and skills.
Individuals need to make informed choices and learn the competencies they need, rather than developing skills that are becoming redundant. And employers need to communicate the skills and behaviors they need to help employees, potential employees, education, and learning platforms make informed decisions.
To enable a new era new systems, underpinned with well-defined competencies, can provide useful tools to communicate the:
For many years, competency definitions have been developed by trade and professional associations, employers, governments, and vendors. However, these are often being distributed in formats that are not easy for machines to read.
With the use of standard data formats and new technologies, competency definitions can be more easily developed, maintained, discovered, and used. Using open data standards competency definitions can:
As the future unfolds our competencies will be a currency. Just as currency comes in all shapes and sizes so do competencies. Micro-credentials and credentials let individuals understand and represent their competencies easily.
With automation coming, organizations are building more strategic and effective approaches to work. This means it’s more important than ever for us to understand and navigate the factors that support readiness and performance.
This short video explains how the Talent Transformation Pyramid model brings together the 12 factors that support performance and illustrates their relationship and hierarchy to keep organizations on track as they pursue their objectives.
With all the technological breakthroughs dominating the industry, it is inevitable that the current job competencies will transform. In this Talent Talk episode, Eric Shepherd and Willian Machado provide insights into learning and development and the competencies required to stay relevant in the new world of work.
With the development of modern age technologies, some countries are beginning to introduce automation in their restaurant operations which will massively change the dependency on manual labor.
In this webcast, Eric Shepherd and Willian Machado walk us through how automation is being carried out in restaurants. Watch as they provide insights on how automation can help run restaurants seamlessly and the significant role of humans with the implementation of these new technologies in the workplace.
In this webcast Leslie August shares, the secrets that stop jerks, weasels, and snakes from killing motivation and inspiration. providing psychological safe environments, where individuals can focus on their work rather than be fearful of the unknown is strategic for success. Leslie will provide insights into how the bullying behaviors have morphed during Covid-19 and provide practical advice on how to create the environment for employees to be successful.
Leslie uses a proven blueprint, developed from scientific research and experience, to help organizations root out and reform bullies in their workforce.
In this Webcast, Kevin Phillips, Leader of the Build Them Up Movement, explains how you can build up individuals in your organization to help them understand that they're enough, unique, beautiful, and capable. He reveals how you can enable them to take the next step in taking control and captain their own ship. Kevin also touches on the effects of COVID-19, how it's changed how we interact, and the potential issues it going to have for organizations in the future.
Kevin brings over 25 years of experience across multiple business functions in small and large organizations, including non-profits and start-up. He has an amazing track record of delivering transformational customer experiences, scaling up operations to meet market growth demand, and turning organizations around.
In this webcast, Martin Belton interviews authors Eric Shepherd and Joan Phaup to discover more about the visions and ideas that lay behind them writing their book, Talent Transformation: Develop Today’s Teams for Tomorrow’s World of Work. The interview reveals that the book was founded in a desire to arrive a better way of defining our knowledge, skills, and abilities. It is this that led Eric to create what is the central premise of the book, the Talent Transformation Pyramid itself.
Eric and Joan explain the process they had gone through and the critical challenges they faced throughout the book writing process, which involved brainstorming sessions centered around the future of work and how it ties into the 21st-century skills required to keep up with the ever-changing demands of the industry.
Steven Forth, managing partner at the technology data company Ibbaka and an active member of the global design thinking community, explains why ‘resilience’ and ‘scenario planning’ are the new normal replacing the simple search for efficiency at today’s organizations. In this fascinating webcast, Steven explains why we are facing an increased need to develop new skills to help us be more resilient enable us to adapt to many possible futures as the likelihood of dramatic changes in markets and other worldwide issues increases.
Steven goes on to explain that we are entering a fluid time in which there may be no one new normal. He reveals that there is a natural tension between resilience, adaptation and efficiency. As such. only resilient organizations are likely to survive (as opposed to purely the most efficient). He also talks about the idea of ‘Agile Scenario Planning’, where critical uncertainties come to the fore and contrasts the waterfall nature of the classic approach.
Paula Rizzo is an Emmy-award winning television producer, best-selling author, and a media trainer and strategist. As a former senior health producer for Fox News Channel for more than a decade, she produced segments with a range of top experts, including JJ Virgin, Jillian Michaels, and Deepak Chopra. A media veteran for nearly 20 years, she also worked in local news in New York City as a producer for WCBS, WPIX, and WLNY. She coaches experts and executives to perform better on camera and produce their own videos.
She's the founder of ListProducer.com and the author of Listful Thinking: Using Lists to be More Productive, Highly Successful and Less Stressed and Listful Living: A List-Making Journey to a Less Stressed You. She’s also co-creator of Lights Camera Expert – an online course geared towards helping entrepreneurs, authors, and experts get media attention. She also teaches Become A Video Star – a virtual workshop that empowers experts to create their own compelling videos.
Manoella Farenzena is a co-founder at Reinventors that is building new ways of working for new ways of being human.
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