The world of work is changing at a rapid pace, demanding people to continually learn new skills to stay relevant in the future of work. According to a new report on workforce re-skilling by the World Economic Forum, one in four adults reported a mismatch between the skills they have and the skills they need for their current job. Lewis and Aldo give us an insight on how to reshape your career and the skills needed for the future.
The future is about breaking down stigma and overcoming stereotypes that stifle the creation of equality-driven organisational cultures. It is about developing an environment that works for all and requires the belief that change is not only possible but necessary. Lewis, Aldo and guest Jason Smith, Senior Consultant at ASLAN Training and Development, share their insights on what could we do in order to reshape what's important in company cultures, breaking the stigma barriers and mindset in order to thrive in a disruptive future workplace.
The world is changing at lightning speed. Digitalisation, globalisation and demographic changes are having a profound impact on our lives, our culture, and our societies. These and other megatrends are rapidly transforming the way we interact with our friends and families; how and where businesses operate; what goods and services we consume; what dreams we dream. Our education and health, the distribution of income and wealth, the jobs we have, and how we work are all particularly sensitive to these changes. It is a transformational era. Disruption is the new normal. Team Bentley Lewis gives us an insight on their 2019 recap.
Industry is changing faster than ever, making it hard for people to keep up. As we get older and (according to some) more set in our ways, it becomes more important to make sure we keep ourselves informed, educated and sharp. This is easier said than done. According to LinkedIn, very few employees take advantage of optional learning and development opportunities offered by their employers, with most saying they don’t have the time to do so. The thinking by many that they learn on the job, and that’s enough. Lewis and Aldo give us their insights.