Group Attendees: Any number of participants
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This session is built off of years of experience and partnerships with some of the largest global enterprises in the world.From my experience in talent development and learning development, this session will be broken up into two major sections. The first section will look at the latest trends and habits in the workforce. I'll identify the upcoming skills, knowledge, and abilities that have been identified as the most important and high priority in the future workforce. In addition to KSAs, this will also break down growing industries, professions, and markets. I'll go one step further and look at the professions, skills, and markets that are in decline and share some insights into how those skills are being parlayed into the evolving workplace. With this data, you should have a clearer idea about the skills and knowledge that may be priority for you in the upcoming years. I'll briefly address skills, safety, compliance, knowledge, onboarding, and organizational training and how the various topics of training may be designed for deployment in your organization. The next section of this webinar looks at various forms of delivery. I'll share 60 different forms of learning methods and various learning strategies. In this section of the webinar, I'll share how you can more strategically build a learning journey for your team members. I'll take a high level, one year learning journey as an example and share how you can design for a more effective learning journey with more focused and catered learning objectives. I'll then move into the single learning lesson and examine how you can design learning experiences with quicker iterations for clearer action steps and more sticky learning. At the end of this session, you should have a clearer idea about the market trends and forecasts in the future of workplace skill needs and a plan to better design learning to effectively upskill your team for success. Why you should Attend: People should attend this webinar who are seeking to strategically upskill their talent for the future. This is for people who are seeking to stay competitive and relevant in the market as the workplace continues to evolve. This is for people who are looking at different learning methods and learning journeys to upskill their talent. People who have questions about what to prioritize in the quickly growing catalogue of topics that need to be covered and upskilled in a short time frame for the industry or organization. This is for people who are curious about new and different forms of learning and want to create a more strategic learning approach rather than a one-off training session. This is for people who care about upskilling and learning and would like to learn more about the future needs in the workplace. This is for people who are seeking to understand what skills and knowledge and abilities are going to be the focus in the upcoming years in the workplace and want to understand how to better prepare the workforce. Areas Covered in the Session:
Amber Vanderburg is a multi-award winning international businessperson, keynote speaker, author, and founder of the international learning development company, The Pathwayz Group. This global organization has led 800,000+ learners in more than 75 countries in action-focused leadership and team development learning journeys.
Amber's history in talent development includes acting as the only female, only American, and only blonde football coach for the Adidas Gameday Academy and Paris Saint Germain Academy in Bangalore, India, authoring top-reviewed online learning courses for platforms such as LinkedIn Learning, Lecturio, and PluralSight, and acting as HR Director of Paradigm Shift Leadership. In 2022, she published her ?rst business adventure book "Uniquely Better" about building higher team performance. Vanderburg has a MA in Organizational Dynamics from the University of Oklahoma and is on an ardent journey to ?nd the best ice cream in the world