Event: How companies are preparing to build an agile future with people and skills

  • When: Thursday, March 16th | 03:00 PM - 04:00 PM IST
  • Location: Online
  • Who should attend: CHRO, CPO, Chief Culture officers, Chief Learning Officers, L&D Leaders, Heads of Organizational Development

Work is constantly changing, and workers must adapt to keep up. A report by LinkedIn shows that in India, the pace of necessary skills could change by as much as 46% to 50% by 2025. This is a big difference. To succeed during this time of rapid change and uncertainty, organizations need to focus on learning and development to build engaged and resilient employees. This will help organizations navigate the evolving macro environment, which is marked by shifting employee expectations, economic uncertainty, and rapidly changing skill demands. Learning interventions will be crucial for success.

Given that investments in L&D are expected to grow as it takes on a strategic and cross-functional role, People Matters, in partnership with LinkedIn, brings you this exciting webcast that will explore strategies for designing agile, future-ready and impactful learning models. Some of the key topics include:

  • Critical L&D trends and insights for designing learning programs in 2023
  • Building a business case for L&D and making strategic investments
  • Navigating the evolving skill demand with future-ready skill sets
  • Aligning learning to career growth and business impact
  • How learning programs will build a people-centric culture and increase talent retention

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Amitav Mukherji

Amitav Mukherji

Head Corporate Human Resources, ITC Limited
Carmistha Mitra

Carmistha Mitra

Group CLO, Axis Bank
Nupur Todi

Nupur Todi

Head Learning & Leadership Development, Providence India
Srikanth Karra

Srikanth Karra

CHRO, Mphasis
Ruchee Anand

Ruchee Anand

Senior Director, Talent and Learning Solutions, LinkedIn (Moderator)

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