Gordon & Eden look at how we bridge the gap between the skills we have and the skills needed in a constantly changing workplace.
Read the full article here
According to the World Economic Forum, over one-third (35%) of the skills that are considered important in today’s workforce will have changed by 2024.
Organisations are currently operating in an ecosystem where technology is pushing them forward at an unprecedented pace. The disruption is resetting the way businesses approach re-skilling and there are clear benefits for leaders who are keeping pace with this exponential change.
The challenge of course is that there is no blueprint for this new style of leadership. One thing is for sure, though: leaders now need to start training for roles that don’t yet exist, as well as prepare to face unknown challenges. Navigating beyond these uncharted waters requires a new mindset and set of strategies to harness the skills needed in tomorrow’s workplace. Let’s take a closer look at what this potential new blueprint looks like, and how you can put plans in place to learn new skills accordingly.