Event: Building a Skills-First Organisation Embracing Change & the Next Wave

  • When: Monday - Friday, 24th -28th June 2024 | 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM IST
  • Location: Online
  • Who should attend: Talent Acquisition, HR Heads, HR Leaders, CHROs, HR Leaders, CXOs, HR heads

Organisations today find themselves at a pivotal juncture, necessitating a deliberate and proactive approach to skill development. Globally, only 5% of executives say they are investing enough in helping people learn new skills to keep up with the changing world of work, according to the 2024 Human Capital Study by Deloitte

Building a Skills-First Organisation” presented by Skillsoft and People Matters, is aimed at helping organisations articulate the change that’s underway and define strategic practices that will help them thrive. Today, companies must cultivate a workforce proficient not only in technical abilities but also in soft skills such as creativity, collaboration, and ethical leadership. The Skills Week offers an in-depth view of the essential elements of building a forward-thinking, skills-first organisation. Join us as we navigate the path to success in the modern business environment.

Please find the Week Campaign Agenda below: 

Day 1: LinkedIn Live: 24th June: Human + AI in Learning – The Augmented  L&D Roadmap

Day 2: Fireside Chat: 25th June: Learning to Growth: The Strategy to Reboot Learning Outcomes 

Day 3: Virtual Panel Session: 26th June: Leading with a Heart: Harnessing Coaching for Human-Centric Leadership

Day 4: Masterclass: 27th June: Building Future-Ready Learning Roadmaps – Strategy,  Execution and Impact

Day 5: Video Interview: 28th June: The Next Era of Workforce Transformation –Trends, Insights and Approaches on Emerging Technologies

Register Now

Register to book your seat

Monday - Friday, 24th -28th June 2024 | 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM IST

Not a People Matters member? Sign up for free now!


Already a registered user or a subscriber?


For more information contact…



LinkedIn Live: Tech-savvy resilience

Your opinion matters: Tell us how we're doing this quarter!

Selected Score :