Edtalks: Skills, the Labour market and Taxonomies with Anthony Horne
Within this episode, Anthony Horne, Sales Director at Emsi Burning Glass talks to host Patrick Burns about the future of work from a data perspective, looking at labour markets. Anthony discusses how jobs are changing and evolving and how different skills have been accelerated and demanded. He also suggests that data should be far more useable and accessible so that trends from the past labour market can point us toward predictions for future data.
Edtalks: The Role of L&D and Leadership with Laureen Rwatirera
In this episode, Patrick Burns (Sales Director at EdCast) is joined by Laureen Rwatirera (Chief Learning Office at ASML). Laureen discusses the role of learning & development, focusing on how leadership is impacting the change. Laureen discusses the agility of skills and its importance when moving roles.
Edtalks: The Role of Leaders in the Hybrid World with Ana Loback
In this episode, Patrick Burns (Sales Director at EdCast) is joined for fascinating conversation with Ana Loback (Managing Director & Managing Partner at Turningpoint UK) all around the evolving role of the leader.
Edtalks: The Future Manager with Nahdia Khan
In this episode, Patrick chats with Nahdia Khan, Chief Impact Officer at Emerald Works, which is a leading digital-first provider of workplace performance support tools and resources. Nahdia discusses the future manager, and how hybrid working is affecting managers of today. Nahdia also discusses the overriding pressure on business leaders to be more proactive in order to support their employees.Subscribe to the podcast to ensure you are notified of future episodes. Find out more about EdCast at: https://www.edcast.com/.
Edtalks: Future Skills and Capabilities with Simon Gibson
Welcome to EdTalks, brought to you by EdCast. In this pilot episode, your host, Patrick Burns, brings to life what he expects from some of his guests along the way in Season 1 and why the future of work has become such a prevalent topic. Are you looking for a bit of inspiration? Do you have an idea of what you want from your job? Does your employer know what their employees want from their role? Patrick will look to bring you a variety of perspectives from some truly insightful people on what the future of work actually is (or could be) and will be sure to touch on hybrid working, the skills gap, the great resignation, the talent marketplace and much more. Stay tuned, stay open-minded and stay in touch. Find out more about EdCast at: https://www.edcast.com/.
Accelerate Skill Building with Cornerstone Content Anytime
Cornerstone Content Anytime is a set of subscriptions designed to help organizations build critical power skills that every employee needs to be successful. With Content Anytime, organizations will be able to build better communicators, stronger leaders, and higher functioning teams. In turn, they will provide employees with opportunities to develop and grow, leading to greater retention, employee satisfaction and business performance.
LinkedIn Live: is anyone getting skills development right?
The new realities of work are creating long-term impacts — good and bad — for your organization and people. The organizations finding their path through the wilderness are succeeding because they focus on developing the skills of their people. Cornerstone's Jennifer Whitmer, Director of Product Marketing, and Mike Bollinger, VP of Strategic Initiatives, sat down to discuss the rising skills development trend and share concrete steps you can start taking today to improve your company’s skills development program.