September 21, 2020 8:00 am Central Time (US & Canada)

Retooling Talent Development for the New Normal (COVID-19 #13)

The Great Disruptor: The Future of Work Just as We Imagined (Case Study: i4cp Latest Research)

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  • September 21, 2020
    8:00 am - 9:00 am

Session Focus: The Great Disruptor: The Future of Work Just as We Imagined
Case Study: i4cp latest research

Characterized for years as the lever of critical business outcomes, the future of work has arrived – overnight and with an unforeseen level of force and consequence.

What we will explore together:
Jay Jamrog, Futurist and i4cp co-founder, will engage us in surfacing what rules need to be broken, re-written, and discarded altogether as they pivot to deliver sustainable performance in the face of the Future of Work 2.0.

Let’s discuss with Jay the following five points of the Future of Work through the lens of What is it? Why does it matter? Practical examples of change and value.

  • New Corporate Currency
  • Soft Skills
  • Experiences Matter
  • Work Re-Imagined
  • Meaningful Development

ELE’s Learning Circle will be ideating Retooling Talent Development for the New Normal.

  • How Do We in L&D Add Unexpected Value?
  • Why does it matter?

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