3 Fail-Proof Parts of an Upskilling Strategy

Wednesday, March 2, 2022 2:00pm - 3:00pm EST

Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Ann Bentzen-Bilkvist, Executive Learning Consultant and Sowmya Sudhindranath, Chief Services Officer, ETU

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Employee skills have emerged as the new currency for talent success. Accelerating the development of key skills is at the top of every talent leader’s agenda.

Making an impact means focusing on critical skills gaps and using more effective training methods. If skills are the new currency, then we need an objective way to measure skills proficiency—and to deploy this at scale in an automated way.

Join this session for expert advice on honing your upskilling and reskilling strategy. Learn practical ways to:

  • Measure skills to test-up and test-out.
  • Boost learner engagement using immersive learning.
  • Use new tech to scale across large and hybrid workforces. 


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Ann Bentzen-Bilkvist
Ann Bentzen-Bilkvist

Executive Learning Consultant

Ann Bentzen-Bilkvist is a proven leader in learning and talent development. As a learning and talent strategist, she drives analysis, design, development, and implementation of multimillion-dollar curricula, leadership, and talent development programs, which align human capital goals with strategic talent programs. She is adept at fostering a culture of innovation and excellence and has strong business acumen and understanding of global talent issues.

Ann has spent her career working for professional services organizations, such as Accenture and PwC Consulting Services. She has been responsible for capability development programs in cyber security, management consulting, strategy consulting, and mission critical strategic initiatives. She has worked across organizations in talent, learning, and knowledge management roles.

Sowmya Sudhindranath
Sowmya Sudhindranath

Chief Services Officer, ETU

Sowmya Sudhindranath has a strong background in the talent development industry, known for her expertise in building effective learning strategies and implementing them successfully. Sowmya is known for curating engaging experiences using learning technologies in diversity and inclusion, onboarding, reskilling, compliance, and career development.