October 22, 2023
This page includes the following courses:
Issued: 22 October 2023
As the digitization of business continues to accelerate, increased adaptability and responsiveness are essential. In this course, workforce innovation specialist Sophie Wade guides you through the traits, skills, and strategies that you and your workers need to move your company forward. Sophie highlights digital business skills, including core technical skills, flexibility, adaptability, and problem-solving. Next, she explores ways to build human-centric skills, such as fostering trust, integrating empathy, embracing inclusiveness, enhancing communication, and facilitating collaboration. Sophie shows you the importance of building new leadership skills, with a focus on emphasizing individuality and coaching, reskilling and upskilling, and supporting your workers’ well-being and your own. She finishes up with a useful discussion on proactively managing your own career and teaching your workers how to promote and self-manage theirs.
- Describe strategies for managing the adoption of new technology.
- Explain approaches for dynamic management in the presence of uncertainty and change.
- List and explain ways for building trust, engaging with empathy, and encouraging inclusion.
- Explain how to foster collaborations.
- Describe the importance of accommodating individual needs.
- Differentiate coaching from other management approaches.
- Describe strategies for lifelong learning and dynamic career management.
Issued: 22 October 2023
Everything about the way we work is changing. And if you want to stay relevant, you need to stay productive. But what does productivity mean in today’s work environment? How can you communicate your value to leaders on your team? In this course, instructor Paula Rizzo helps you uncover new professional opportunities to enhance your productivity and thrive in the future of work.
Learn what it takes to align with your manager’s expectations so you can succeed on any project or team, exploring some of the most essential productivity skills for the future of work, including defining and measuring what productivity means to you, getting on the same page as your manager in terms of productivity, demonstrating your productivity—especially in a remote context—and harnessing new AI technologies to enhance your productivity. By the end of this course, you’ll be equipped with new, easy-to-use skills and tools to leverage emerging opportunities and get more done at work.
Issued: 22 October 2023
As skills are quickly becoming the primary currency of employment, companies need to ensure their workforce is well-trained and capable of meeting today’s complex challenges. But how can you stand out as a leader in the reshuffled, transferable skills-focused work environment? In this course, instructor Lori Niles-Hofmann helps you get up to speed with the new economic landscape to become a savvier, more effective HR leader.
Learn about the transformation to skills-based organizations so you can be successful in the ever-evolving workplace. Explore tools and techniques that you can apply on your teams to make larger investments into critical skills development. Along the way, get tips from Lori on how to start your own skilling program and build a comprehensive upskilling and reskilling strategy. By the end of this course, you’ll be prepared to execute your new strategy in your day-to-day workflow, iterating the design as you go.
Issued: 18 October 2023
HR leaders know that workplace learning is the difference between people—and the companies that employ them—staying relevant or becoming redundant. By providing current employees with the right tools and resources, you can bridge the skills gap, break the vicious hire-fire-hire cycle, and maintain a competent and cohesive workforce.
In this course, Amanda Nolen, advisor to global organizations on learning and education technology, helps you make L&D a real strategic partner and business driver. Find out what else to change beyond the technology, as well as how to get executive support, buy-in, and the investment you need to bring growth and transformation to your company.
- Examine the market forces in which employers offering jobs for skilled workers are unable to fill the available jobs.
- Determine why there is more to learning transformation than simply relying on technology.
- Explore the various factors necessary for learning to be truly meaningful to employees.
- Explain a business case to management.
- Relate a learning and development (L&D) proposal to quantifiable outcomes.
- Apply learning to a real-life business scenario.