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Most organisations use one of two approaches to ensure employees have the necessary skills:

  • Reactive: Organisations often scramble to build new skills as needs arise. By the time HR can put together a learning solution, the business has moved on.
  • Predictive: Over 50% of HR leaders attempt to predict the business' future skills need, but it may lead to misplaced investments in wasted training or outdated skills.

A third approach is a dynamic approach. Organisations that use a dynamic skills approach can apply 75% of the new skills they learn, as opposed to only 37% of the predictive system.

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The skills needed for today's working environment are changing rapidly. The current strategy to reskill and upskill is too slow. It requires organizations to rethink the boundaries of solutions to skills gaps.

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Use a scheduling tool that allows guests to book a time directly on your calendar. Impress your guests and avoid offence by personalising your scheduling links.

Pre-fill your guest's name and email address to make it easier to book a time with you.

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Select four to seven functional experiences and three to four management experiences you believe will benefit you most and list them on your personal experience map. The map should be focused and realistic โ€” a reference sheet that youโ€™ll use regularly to plan your growth and assess your progress.

The personal experience map is now your guide to continuously grow your high-performing self. Creating it will be one of your best investments of time. Review the content of your map any time you switch jobs or companies and at least every six months to ensure that it remains a current, helpful guide.

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