The Reskilling Revolution: How To Prepare Your People For The Future

The Reskilling Revolution: How To Prepare Your People For The Future

Date December 15 2020
Duration 60 Minutes
Join Cornerstone’s Mike Bollinger and Trevor Klitofsky for a discussion of the key takeaways illuminated by the new research and a demonstration of how Cornerstone is helping organizations embrace the reskilling revolution and develop the critical skills their people need in order to stay successful and adaptable.
Speaker Mike Bollinger & Trevor Klitofsky
Mike Bollinger is an accomplished executive with 20 years of industry experience. As VP of Strategic Initiatives at Cornerstone, he is responsible for internal research as well as strategy development around outcome-based goals. In 2020, Mike helped found and currently manages the Cornerstone People Research Lab (CPRL), whose mission is to generate data-driven discoveries about the world of work today and identify emerging trends which will give rise to new work models. Mike also collaborates with Cornerstone clients in an executive capacity as a leader, influencer, and change agent who applies expertise to complex businesses. Trevor Klitofsky has been with Cornerstone for nearly 11 years. He has held several roles including Client Success Manager and his current role as a Senior Solutions Consultant, working with Cornerstone’s Enterprise and Strategic clients. Trevor is a UCLA alumnus and is currently based in Los Angeles.
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The Reskilling Revolution: How To Prepare Your People For The Future

New research from the Cornerstone People Research Lab demonstrates that organizational leaders and employees are rallying around the importance of skills as the world of work is reshaped around them. The research also reveals persistent skills-related challenges, particularly around employees' confidence in their employers’ ability to actually deliver on development.

For example, while 90% of leaders feel confident in their organization’s abilities to develop the skills of their employees, only 60% of employees share their confidence. This is a gap that clearly needs to be addressed!

Join Cornerstone’s Mike Bollinger and Trevor Klitofsky for a discussion of the key takeaways illuminated by the new research and a demonstration of how Cornerstone is helping organizations embrace the reskilling revolution and develop the critical skills their people need in order to stay successful and adaptable.

What we do know is that this notion of skills stability or this core set of skills that I will have is likely to turn over on a pretty high basis...We know that new skills on the job are going to be something that is required. And, we also know that if there is going to be this kind of churn, then we need to be able to consider reskilling and upskilling, and that means up to 101 days in the next 4 years. That’s roughly 10% of our time. So how are we going to do that in a way that’s consumable by our employees? And that’s the challenge that we set out to examine. The pressure is on.
Requirements
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