Empowering Growth: AI’s Role in Reskilling and Upskilling for a Skills-Based Organization

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7th March 2024


15:00 GMT


Andy Andrews

Donald H Taylor

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Based on the results of the Global Learning and Development (L&D) Sentiment Survey 2024, ‘Reskilling/Upskilling’ retains its position in the top two Learning and Development priorities. ‘Skills-based Talent Management’ keeps its place at number 3. Between them, these two options total almost 20%, showcasing a substantial vote of support for the skills-based organization. Not surprisingly, in answer to the question ‘What will be hot in workplace learning in 2024?’ AI tops the list.

In this session, we’ll delve into the nuances of reskilling and upskilling, exploring practical approaches to identify and address current and emerging skill gaps within your organization. We’ll uncover the keys to future-proofing through effective reskilling and upskilling programs, emphasizing the pivotal role of L&D teams in driving these initiatives forward. Critically, we will consider the role that AI has to play in bringing together reskilling and upskilling for aspiring skills-based organizations.

As well as providing a deep dive into the results of the Global L&D Sentiment Survey, key takeaways from the webinar include:

  1. Insights into the shifting L&D landscape
  2. What do we mean by reskilling/upskilling?
  3. Techniques for identifying your organization’s evolving skill gaps
  4. Strategies for developing robust reskilling and upskilling programs
  5. Leveraging AI and other tools to bolster your reskilling and upskilling strategy

Join us for a compelling webinar featuring industry experts Donald H Taylor (author of the Global L&D Sentiment Survey report) and Andy Andrews, CEO and Principal Skills Consultant at Lexonis.

The Presenters

Andy Andrews

Andy Andrews is a Director and Principal Consultant at Lexonis and has gained a wealth of experience by helping many notable public and private sector organisations to successfully implement skill and competency management programs.

Donald H Taylor

Donald H Taylor is a 30-year veteran of the learning, skills and human capital industries, with experience at every level from design and delivery to chairman of the board. He has chaired the Learning Technologies Conference in London since 2000.