Connect with us at HRTech 2023
Capture the skills you have today, reveal the skills you need for the future, and build the journeys that get people there
October 10-13 | Las Vegas, NV | Booth 2825
People leaders, HR professionals, and workforce strategists are invited to join us for a week of experiences, insights, and networking at HRTech.
Get inspired by real-world stories of how career optimizers are building their skills portfolios and driving business impact while also advancing in their careers.
Learn how you can build a winning skills strategy that delivers both learning outcomes and business impact.
Join us for presentations throughout the day at our booth, get a personalized session with our experts, or stop by to participate in of our sweepstakes! No purchase is necessary to participate in this sweepstakes. Read the terms and conditions available at https://info.credly.com/hrtech-sweepstakes to learn more.
Join our conference session:
Which Employee Skills Should You Prioritize and Why?
October 11th: 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM | Session: WP2 | Room J
What are the high-demand skills that help the world’s most influential organizations thrive in challenging times? New global research from Pearson and Google reveals that human skills – problem-solving, leadership, and teamwork – are sought after by both employers and individuals. Technical skills across industries may dominate headlines, but some will decline in relevancy while others rise to the top. Leveraging these insights, people leaders can walk away better equipped to deliver successful skills transformation that drives business impact.
In this session, we’ll demystify skills strategy and share how organizations are leveraging a skills-based network to drive workforce planning, upskilling, and talent investment.
Understand which five human skills your organization should be cultivating now and in the future, plus specific technical skills that should be a training focus.
Understand the roles of responsible AI and digital credentials in effective workforce planning.
Define the key components of a skills-based network approach to talent management