Webvent

A Pragmatic Approach to Building a Skills Strategy

Tuesday, August 11, 2020 12:00pm - 1:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Janice Burns, Chief Career Experience Officer, Degreed

Recent ATD data states nearly 52 percent of workers’ skill sets don’t match their companies’ markets, strategies, goals, or business models. That’s why two out of every three talent development leaders are looking for new solutions to transform their people’s skills and organizations.

But more than shorter courses and new technology should be considered. The first place to start is a new strategy that puts your workforce and continuous reskilling at the forefront.


During this webcast, you will learn:

• How to align leaders across the organization around reskilling
• The importance of marketing in your launch strategy
• Some practical insights on how to create a skills-based strategy
 

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Presenter

Janice Burns
Janice Burns

Chief Career Experience Officer, Degreed

As a human capital futurist and strategist, Janice Robinson Burns develops and implements talent management and development programs that drive business results. She recently joined Degreed as their first chief career experience officer. Prior to working at Degreed, she spent 27 years at Mastercard, with her most recent role as their chief learning officer (CLO). As CLO, she led the design and implementation of employee learning experiences and development programs globally as well as development of frameworks to advance managerial capabilities and effectiveness. Prior to the CLO role, she served as group head of human resources for the global products and solutions organization and chief diversity officer. Burns earned her master’s in public administration from New York University and a bachelor’s from Wesleyan University.


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