With many organisations still assessing what the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic means for their growth plans, this is a critical time for HR leaders to sharpen their talent strategy. One of the critical components of this remains the game plan for skills development. This means knowing which skills will drive the future of work and which core competencies will underpin successful teams, no matter how the world around us changes. It also means that learning strategies will play a significant role in the business plan of any organisation and will be a key differentiating factor when it comes to performing and non-performing organisations.
The 2022 Power Skills Report APAC is based on HR expert interviews and surveys with around 180 companies in the Asia Pacific region and is packed with valuable insights, including:
- The 5 most critical “power skills” that must top your skilling agenda
- The key role of English in the modern workforce
- The importance of technology and measurement tools in creating impactful skilling programs
- Challenges that need to be accounted for when implementing a learning strategy
- Key insights from leading experts carrying out a skilling agenda in their own companies
Get started on your skilling agenda.