Aaron Kloch, Senior Executive Advisor, Gartner
Disruptions across industries, organizations and products are redefining the skills employees need today. One-third of employees have learned a new-to-world skill in the last three years, and 40% of employees feel their current role is evolving. As a result, 70% of employees feel they don't have the skills they need to succeed in their jobs, and organizations are struggling to keep up with new skill development needs. We'll look at how L&D and HR leaders should identify the skills for the future, motivate employees to develop skills they need, and ensure employees have the right reskilling opportunities.
Leah Johnson, Principal Executive Advisor, Gartner
As technology costs decrease and digital access among customers and firms increases, digital technology is permeating business, increasingly shaping how companies work and generate value. Pervasive digitalization not only tests companies' business and operating models, but also their leadership models. We'll discuss how to drive enterprise performance in the digital age, the characteristics of the most effective leaders and managers, and actionable steps to strengthen your direct reports' network orientation.