The Future of Work: Training Is a Key Component to Be a Talent Magnet [Video]

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Part 3 Latin Biz Today Partner Teany Hidalgo interviews Steven Hunt, Organization Psychologist, Chief Expert at SAP

Introduction to the series:
This part two of a three part series. Latin Biz Today partner, Teany Hidalgo interviews Steven Hunt, Organization Psychologist, Chief Expert at SAP and Author of the best selling book “Talent Tectonics“.  We dive deep into employee development, what’s really behind employee attrition, how to be a talent magnet and more.

In the third and final part Steve covers the importance of companies to become a talent magnet by valuing evolving skills and fostering leadership that embraces them. It questions if companies can train for resilience as a core skill. The segment concludes with reflections on the future of work and common misconceptions about professional environments.

Highlights:

Part 3: The future of talent

  • How to be a talent magnet
  • Skills that matter and in the future have changed so what skills are becoming more valued in companies large and small and how does leadership play a role in embracing these skills
  • Is there a grounding mechanism for resiliency in a company? And can companies bring that in as training?
  • Final thoughts on the future of work.  The things we get wrong about work.

In the first Future of Work video, Future of Work: Employee Development & Technology- Part 1 [Video] Steve touched on we dive into the evolving landscape of employee development and the important role of technology from the point of view of organizational psychology. This exploration begins with a discussion on the distinct factors influencing employee growth in small versus large businesses, followed by an examination of how technology has leveled the playing field for smaller enterprises. In part two  Future of Work: Employees Attrition & Managing Wisely [Video]  he covered focus on shifts to employee attrition and management strategies. It underscores the significance of aligning employees with the company’s purpose and delves into generational influences on workplace dynamics. The segment discusses strategies to manage attrition and the increasing importance of employee development. Finally, it explores how management can instill a culture of continuous learning and purpose.

Check out Steve’s best selling book “Talent Tectonics” available on Amazon as well as other retailers.

Related content:

Future of Work: Employee Development & Technology- Part 1 [Video]

Future of Work: Employees Attrition & Managing Wisely Part 2 [Video]

The Role of Latino CEO’s in Shaping the Future of Work

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