Learning

将技能放在首位

微软(Microsoft)和领英(LinkedIn)正在努力帮助企业和员工获取数字技能。

撰稿人:Marta Chmielowicz

新冠疫情的暴发和过去一年的技术进步带来了对数字教育和技能培训 的需求,以适应当今的数字经济时代。企业和员工都必须更加注重认识和提高这些技能,以便在动态和快速发展的商业环境中保持竞争力。

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Putting Skills First

Microsoft and LinkedIn are working to help employees and organisations acquire digital skills.

By Marta Chmielowicz

The COVID-19 pandemic and technological advancements of the past year have ushered in a need for education and skills to function in today’s digital economy. Employers and employees alike must increasingly identify and develop these skills in order to remain competitive in a dynamic and fast-moving business climate.

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The Leadership Equation

Identifying employee potential, creating career paths, and developing hard and soft skills all add up to future success.

By Simon Kent

Identifying and developing leadership talent is a particular challenge for HR. From succession planning and development to external talent acquisition, HR leaders need to ensure there are practices to identify and place talent that will help the business thrive. Even in the face of the pandemic, forward-thinking organisations have prioritised their leadership programmes, ensuring their businesses have a strong direction despite stormy waters.

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Paving the Way to Growth

Creating employee career paths is crucial to attracting and retaining the best talent.

By Shalon Travis

When it comes to defining employee experience, there are perhaps as many definitions as there are stars in the sky. But the one thing nearly all HR leaders can agree on is that the goal of a positive employee experience is to reduce unwanted attrition, improve engagement, and build strong teams.

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Leadership Deficient

New research shows that organizations are facing a significant gap when it comes to the leadership bench.

By Stephanie Neal and Rosey Rhyne

The pandemic has truly transformed how business and work gets done. As a result, leaders and teams must constantly adapt to meet not only business needs, but also individual needs such as safety, engagement, and balance.

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New Reality, New Skills

As employees grapple with job insecurity and digitalisation, learning and development programmes are top of mind.

By Marta Chmielowicz

The COVID-19 crisis forced people to change the way they work overnight, with companies embracing rapid digitalisation to enable remote work. Today, many employers expect the changes to stick, creating a need to upskill and reskill workers to deliver new business models in the post-pandemic era.

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The State of HR

Understanding the current state of the HR profession is essential to ensuring future success.

By Marta Chmielowicz

Over the past year, HR professionals have been at the forefront of change, guiding their organisations through the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. The CIPD’s 2020 People Profession Survey offers a snapshot of this critical inflection point for the people profession, demonstrating the vision, agility, and strength that HR brings to the table in a moment of crisis.

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Becoming Future-Ready

Companies are adapting their learning and assessment strategies to meet the ever-changing needs of the post-pandemic workforce.

By Simon Kent

Identifying and developing high-potential employees is always a challenge. Doing it in a pandemic introduces another layer of difficulty since the usual process of bringing people together to assess existing skills and learn new ones has been impossible.

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探索技能

提高员工技能是在数字化驱动的新型劳动力中的关键。

由编辑们(汇编)

为了跟上2020年的变化,许多组织经历了数字化转型,这导致了他们对新知识、新工具的需求。事实上,任仕达马来西亚公司的工作趋势报告中指出,61%的受访者表示,在他们目前的角色中,要获得新的技能以适应COVID-19大流行是一件非常困难的事情。这种情况在18岁至24岁的年轻工人中更为普遍,69%的人在这种环境下难以获得新技能。在偏远地区,学习利益相关者管理和领导技能、新系统和资源规划的机会更具挑战性,但对年轻员工的职业发展至关重要。

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Higher Learning

By providing strategic education opportunities for employees, companies can improve morale, reskill and upskill their workforce, increase retention, and attract other high performers.

By Brian MacDougall

With the unemployment rate continuing to hover around 7%, according to the U.S. Department of Labor, investments in education and skills development are vital to economic recovery.

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