The Challenges of Crafting an Internal Mobility Strategy and Steps to Solve Them

Wednesday, June 12, 2019 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT

Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Kristi Broom, Director Mid-Market Engagement , Degreed and Leslie Weigle, Principal Consultant, Providence St Joseph Health

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Whether you are onboard yet or not, research is clearly indicating that the skills gap is real. In a Korn Ferry survey of 1,500 leaders around the world, 66 percent said there will be a shortage of talent by 2020. Slightly more than half said there would likely still be a shortage by 2030, and it could cost firms nearly $8.5 trillion in lost revenue. Organizations are turning to internal upskilling and mobility strategies to address talent shortages. The problem with internal mobility strategy is that there is a lot of “you should pay attention” data, but little advice on how to address inherent people, process, technology, and culture challenges, and more importantly the solutions to overcome them. This webinar will dig in to both and provide tangible steps for you to build and execute an internal mobility strategy in your organization.

By attending this webcast, you will:

  • Understand the symptoms of misplaced skills in your company and the labor market at large.
  • Understand the business case for correcting misplaced skills in your company.
  • Learn a framework for putting the right skills in the right place at the right time through talent management and upskill plans that align with company objectives.  


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Kristi Broom
Kristi Broom

Director Mid-Market Engagement, Degreed

Kristi Broom is a strategic innovator with more than 20 years of experience designing and executing learning technology strategy and innovative solutions resulting in increases to the quality of learning solutions and reductions in cost for multiple industries in both for-profit and nonprofit sectors. She is a skilled leader with experience leading large, complex projects globally and delivering against aggressive timelines. 

Leslie Weigle
Leslie Weigle

Principal Consultant, Providence St Joseph Health

Leslie Weigle is a Principal Consultant in the Caregiver Development function of one of the largest health systems in the country, Providence St Joseph Health. Currently focused on performance management and career development, she draws on over 25 years of learning and organizational development experience in a variety of industries, to include financial services, public accounting, retail and construction and engineering.

Leslie has led a number of learning organizations over the years and started two departments from the ground up. Having spent much of her career focused on leaders, she is enjoying her current role serving caregivers on the front lines of patient care.