L&D’s Role in Enabling the Future of Work with a Skills Focused Strategy

The learning industry is quickly becoming the face of this new future skills economy. We have to prepare ourselves to be the business’ secret weapon for competitive differentiation.

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This FREE webinar was recorded on:
December 04, 2019
02:00 PM - 03:00 PM EST

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The robots are coming!

Whether you believe that or not - there’s a clear need to drive a new skilling strategy in our organizations, which is future focused. And your people know it too.  With some jobs being taken over by automation now, more than ever, employees want to learn skills that increase their employability and prepare them for the future of work.

So where does this leave learning and development?

The learning industry is quickly becoming the face of this new future skills economy. We have to prepare ourselves to be the business’ secret weapon for competitive differentiation. L&D needs to spark innovation to support, grow skills (future and in-demand skills) and enable our organizations as key business partners.

As learning experts, we can and will rise to these new challenges.

Join Degreed Director of Learning Services Caroline Soares and Learning Strategist Darren Nerland as they explore how technology is creating a new future skills economy and the ways in which L&D can support learning for the future.

From this webinar:

  • Explore how learning technologies are creating future skills economies
  • Visualize future roles, skills, insights in your organization 
  • Investigate and test new ways of learning to upskill and reskill employees 

Presenters:

Caroline Soares
Director of Learning Services
Degreed

Caroline Soares has been actively involved in the corporate learning market and responsible for new product and content development with over 20 years experience in the education industry in corporate and academic settings. She currently leads Degreed’s Enterprise Content team, a group focused on professional content services, strategy, and development of targeted solutions for clients’ top learning initiatives. Caroline joined Degreed from MIT where she led a team to develop the first batch of MOOCs on edX.org. Prior to MIT, career highlights include being part of Harvard Business Publishing’s Corporate Learning product development team – where she worked closely with Fortune 500 clients to develop large scale leadership solutions.

Darren Nerland
Learning Strategist
Degreed

Darren Nerland is a Learning Strategist at Degreed. I work on disruptive, innovative, and emergent digital learning technologies and methodologies. I align key leaders and stakeholders on the implementation of learning initiatives for the enterprise. I am an expert technologist with a demonstrable track record of bringing complex learning systems from requirements through design into scalable production. My experience includes working at the executive level to determine how training strategies and awareness can affect and sustain positive behavioral change. I am an accomplished and dynamic leader with strong global learning strategy and measurement experience.

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