People Own Their Careers - Not Companies

Change Management Strategies to Build a New Mindset in HR

How do talent and learning teams manage the changes involved with building new mindsets to accommodate the shift in career ‘ownership’?


This webinar will take place on:
March 31, 2020
02:00 PM - 03:00 PM EST

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Employees want to identify the skills they will learn, define the expertise they aim to develop, and decide how much time they spend doing so… all with career development and mobility in mind. With all the new things you’re likely building, are you feeling overwhelmed by how to also guide the shift in mindset required for your organization? If the answer is yes, you are not alone.

But have no fear.  There are strategies that can help you drive the mindset shift, not to mention engagement tools that enable employee-owned learning and career development. It’s all about learning how to shift focus away from fighting the old to building the new.

Join self-proclaimed learning and talent nerd Sarah Petsis from Degreed as she explores proven ways to inspire and enable mindset shifts to support this reinvention of talent development.

Learning takeaways for attendees include:

  • Understand the evolving relationship between talent and learning in order to best meet employee career development and organizational needs simultaneously
  • Explore ways your organization can guide employees to own their own learning and career mobility.
  • Identify practical ways to encourage and enable changes required to transform learning and talent culture.

 

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Presenters:

Sarah Petsis
Director, Strategic Accounts
Degreed

Sarah G. Petsis is Director, Strategic Accounts in Degreed’s client success organization. A self-proclaimed learning and talent nerd, Sarah has enjoyed a career that includes academic leadership, EdTech and HR consulting; helping organizations across all industries succeed in building talent and skills strategy, aligning culture, and growing results. Originally hailing from Austin, Texas, Sarah now lives near her alma mater in Ann Arbor, Michigan (Go Blue!).

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