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Agile career best practices for a disrupted world
Learn how to leverage Workforce AI and Career Mobility Intelligence with IBM and Fuel50 to transform your workforce skills and cross the looming talent supply chasm. To do this, we sit down with two industry experts — Anne Fulton (CEO and Founder at Fuel50) and Nigel Guenole (Executive Consultant at IBM Smarter Workforce Institute and Senior Lecturer at Goldsmiths).
Talent shortages, evolving career ladders, and widespread digitization conspires to challenge even the most advanced organizations in today’s world. To remain competitive, organizations need to create an agile workforce wherein every team member is able to perform at their best, both now and in the future, and that means building opportunities for a change-ready workforce.
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Cracking the Career Architecture challenge for a 2020 Career Pathing experience
Thursday September 6th, 2018, 01:00pm EDT
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Join Anne and Nigel as they discuss:
- The challenge of defining best-in-class career frameworks in a disrupted employment experience
- The importance of velocity and agility within career frameworks
- Agile approaches to career architecture for sustainability and workforce agility
- Digitizing and personalizing the employee experience whilst leveraging agile career frameworks
Anne is author of The Career Engagement Game and founder of Fuel50 which provides innovative career pathing solutions in 28 countries across the globe. Personally, she’s a ‘wannabe’ marathon runner and triathlete who only turns up for the scenery and camaraderie with friends and family.
Passionate about career enablement and pathing solutions, Anne created Fuel50’s award-winning career pathing platform with co-founder, Jo Mills, to deliver career solutions to organizations that result in engagement uplifts, diversity career acceleration, and millennial career experiences that are delivering both engagement and retention impacts along with enhanced workforce agility. Working with hundreds of organizations across the globe, Anne and the Fuel50 team are delivering improved HR metrics through their career pathing solutions.
Nigel Guenole is an Executive Consutant with IBM Smarter Workforce Institute and a Senior Lecturer at Goldsmiths, University of London. He is known for his work in workforce analytics, statistical modeling and psychological measurement. Nigel has a Ph.D. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology and teaches courses on leadership and statistical modelling.
Anthony is a dynamic organizational leader highly skilled in new business development, key account growth, target marketing and strategic planning with an extraordinary ability to engage others to create a positive, high-energy work environment.
Here’s what you’ll take away:
- Learn what global thought-leaders are doing to cross the talent chasm to retain and engage employees:
- Learn the key best practices to enable employees to be ‘future workplace-ready’
- Find out how to create a talent pipeline to leverage the potential in your teams
- Discover how you can use competencies to build flexibility and future-proof your workforce
Crossing the Talent Chasm
Join speakers from Fuel50 and IBM discuss best practices for building an agile workforce in a disrupted world.
But wait, there’s more – a partnering event
Keep your eyes peeled for more info on our related partner event, September 19th 2018 in San Francisco on ‘Career Pathing and Skills’. Anne Fulton will be joined by IBM’s Dr Sheri Feinzig, Director of the IBM Smarter Workforce Institute and Talent Management Consulting. She has over 20 years of experience in human resources research, organisational change management and business transformation. Sheri has a Ph.D. in industrial-organizational psychology, has presented on numerous occasions at national conferences and has co-authored a number of manuscripts, publications and technical reports. She is also co-author of the book The Power of People: Learn How Successful Organizations Use Workforce Analytics To Improve Business Performance.