Future skills: The capabilities businesses, leaders and talent need to thrive
The future of work is really about the future of skills. As we progress through the COVID-19 pandemic, organisations and individuals are beginning to re-examine what the world of work looks like and what we need to succeed. For leaders, this might be about demonstrating the emotional intelligence required to thrive during the pandemic. For organisations, it’s about looking at how we recruit, develop and upskill talent to be the best they can be.
In this edition of Catalyst, we examine how companies and individuals will have to work in partnership to create and build workforces of the future. We look at how organisations can move beyond traditional talent pipelines to tap into the skills of people from excluded, neurodiverse and marginalised backgrounds.
Topics in this issue include:
- Good work, good jobs: how to build the workforce of the future
- Leadership 3.0 and leading in a time of uncertainty
- Practical ways to develop more diverse, socially inclusive teams
- Why ESG is central to our entire business ecosystem
- Reimagining learning and development
Featuring insights from our clients and partners, this issue includes perspectives from Santander, Bristol Myers Squibb, Nationwide, bol.com, European Investment Bank, Staples and Beam, alongside columns from Dave Ulrich of the RBL Group, Frans Campher of Imperial College, Christian Stadler of Warwick Business School and Dr. Nicola Klein of Rotterdam School of Management.