This is a 2-part article from Rachel Brushfield explores the future skills needed to thrive in tomorrow’s world of work. Part 2 explores whether it is the employee, employer or both who is responsible for ensuring that employees develop the skills needed by businesses in future, and shares examples of how various organisations are approaching this business-critical issue.
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This is part of the article “Future skills for a life long competitive advantage - part 2” by Rachel Brushfield.
This is part of a series of interviews in which a selection of HR leaders across a variety of sectors share their thoughts on the impact of past and anticipated future changes on their world of work.
Claudia Filsinger and Geraldine Gallacher summarise the report “Bringing talent back to the workforce: how to make returner programmes work for your organisation” by the Executive Coaching Consultancy (2017) and other publications relevant to the career return field.
Jomel Alos, of Guthrie-Jensen Consultants, takes a look at the top 10 skills that will be needed in the workplace in 2020.
Rachel Brushfield from Energise The Talent Liberation Company explores how an individual’s personal values could be the key to solve the UK’s productivity crisis.
Digital strategist and near futurist Ade McCormack, shares his thoughts on some organisational challenges posed by the digital age.
This is the next in the series of interviews in which a selection of HR leaders across a variety of sectors share their thoughts on the impact of past and anticipated future changes on their world of work.
We speak to Sebastian Mynott, founder, Principal Molecular Ecologist and Chief Operations Officer at Applied Genomics Ltd about how he has harnessed tech and talent to create a sustainable future for Applied Genomics, and what he has learnt along the way.
Geraldine Gallacher, Managing Director of the Executive Coaching Consultancy, looks at how organisations can manage talent when dealing with an intense and high pressured working environment.
This article by Richard Goff, Partner at Archipelago connections looks at the changing nature of leadership in the workplace and explores facilitating as a new model of leadership.
This article from Geraldine Gallacher, Managing Director of the Executive Coaching Consultancy is the second in a series exploring female talent. It considers the challenges faced by employers in retaining women after maternity leave and offers some suggestions as to how managers can best support women that want to return to work.
This article from Richard Goff, Partner at Archipelago connections considers the concept of an 'organisation' and its place in the future of work.
How can businesses attract and retain female talent? Geraldine Gallacher, Managing Director of the Executive Coaching Consultancy, discusses the issues.
How are we thinking about who does what work, where? How are we recruiting the right people into the right areas of our national business? How can we retain the talent and knowledge we desperately need? Richard Goff, Partner at Archipelago connections considers these questions and discusses the idea of a national workforce strategy.
This article from Neil Jennings of Lewis Silkin LLP explores the debate surrounding the effect of migration on employment and skills in the UK.
Leading futurist Dean van Leeuwen, shares his thoughts on migration in the second in a series of blogs on shifting workforce demographics.
The employment landscape is changing. Innovations in technology, increased globalisation and the ageing population are among the reasons for this shift. But how should these changes be dealt with? Are they issues that should simply be left to businesses to resolve, or should the state intervene through greater regulation? Lewis Silkin considers.
What will be the impact of technology in the future of work? Technological developments are coming at an increasing rate, creating new markets, new jobs and new opportunities to work, whilst simultaneously threatening other jobs and industries. This Lewis Silkin piece comments on the issues.