How AI can drive skills development across an organisation
In this world of rapid change, there is a greater need for fluidity, responsiveness and agility as organisations become quicker to innovate. It’s crucial that leaders are able to strengthen the connection between the skills businesses need and what employees want from their careers.
People and workplace trends for the year ahead
Talent leaders are the golden thread to success
UK Regional Report: Addressing the Global Skills Shortage
The new realities of work are creating long-term impacts — good and bad — for your organisation and people. The organisations that aren't struggling to navigate this uncharted wilderness succeed because they focus on developing the skills of their people.
Fosway Group: Enabling organisational agility through talent & people success
Over the past two years, the how, when, where and why of work have been challenged like never before. The way in which organisations responded to this disruption made all the difference in determining an organisation’s ability to succeed.
Identify the skills employees need to succeed
It’s no secret, people want to do meaningful work, expand their career opportunities, and understand their impact. To remain competitive, you need to help people connect what they’re learning to the benefits of career growth and new opportunities to advance their careers and transform the business.
What’s your career agility quotient?
"Growing in your career" used to mean climbing a linear ladder based on promotions and a fixed path of development. Today, career growth is more of a lattice structure, allowing for lateral movement and purpose-driven growth. Career development can be a personalised journey based on skills, progression, interest, and career goals.....that is, if you've got a the right skill-forward, agile mindset.
Empowering people in the age of agility
The largest obstacle facing business leaders today is not only navigating change in the face of uncertainty, but turning change into opportunity.
Meet the Future, Ready: A Guide for Talent Leaders Shaping the New World of Work
The Business Case for Skill Intelligence
Research from the Institute for the Future reveals that a staggering 85 percent of the jobs that will exist in 2030 haven’t even been invented yet. Now more than ever, employees need to be adaptable, able to pivot, and ready to take on any challenge.