Creating an Action Plan for Your Agency’s Skills Gaps
Times change, and agencies cannot predict when their employees will need new skills. Triggers such as new hiring mandates can leave agencies painfully aware of the abilities their workforces lack. However, there are many strategies that exist for closing these skills gaps. GovLoop and Cornerstone OnDemand put together this worksheet to help you and your agency develop an action plan for effectively filling its skills gaps.
In this worksheet, you’ll gain insights into:
- Best practices from the public and private sectors for addressing skills gaps.
- The strategies for closing skills gaps including recruitment, reskilling, and upskilling.
- Your agency’s triggers, biggest skills gaps, and the best approach to eliminate those gaps.
Download this worksheet to create your action plan to close your agency’s skills gaps.
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