Facing change in the workplace: Why a learning culture is the answer

In the current business landscape, the pace and scope of change are unprecedented, with no signs of slowing down. Factors such as the impending impact of artificial intelligence on job markets, and the unique challenge of managing five generations in the workforce simultaneously contribute to the transformative nature of work.

In our white paper, ‘Facing change in the workplace: why a learning culture is the answer’, we will explore how to nurture a culture of continuous learning within organisations. We will also look at specific types of learning culture that not only imparts knowledge but also empowers employees to adapt to change. The inevitability of constant technological evolution requires a steady learning culture.

A significant number of professionals believe that their companies face this skills gap today, and projections indicate that 50% of all employees will require reskilling by 2025. In this white paper we highlight the urgency of addressing fast skills obsolescence, particularly concerning the growing importance of soft skills such as creativity, persuasion, collaboration, adaptability, and time management.

What will I learn?

  • What is shaping the modern workforce?,
  • What is the role of dynamic learning culture?,
  • Challenges and opportunities posed by AI, virtual reality and machine learning,
  • Essential strategies to manage compensation costs and attract top talent.

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