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About this webinar
When: Nov 23, 2021 @ 11:00AM ET
The future of work is now. Advances in artificial intelligence, the desire for personalization, and systemic risks all have increasing influence over the way we work.How are you future-proofing your organization? Are you adopting the right workforce development strategy to attract and retain the best talent? The digital skills shift is underway; is your organization ready? Join us for an insightful conversation between guest speaker Katy Tynan, Principal Analyst, Employee Experience and Future of Work at Forrester, and Kenneth Chapman, VP, Learning Innovation Advocacy at D2L, as they discuss the latest trends in talent mobility and the future of work. In this webinar, we’ll cover:
- Effective strategies you can leverage to help future-proof your organization
- The value of a modern online learning innovation platform
- Key competencies that are required to better close the skills gap
- Success stories of leading global organizations
Principal Analyst, Employee Experience and Future of Work at Forrester
Katy works at the intersection of people and technology. With a strong focus on leadership and organizational development, Katy helps Forrester clients build a science-based approach to delivering industry-leading employee experience.
The author of numerous books and publications, Katy has deep expertise in the practice of leadership at all levels of the organization. Her most recent book, How Did I Not See This Coming? A New Manager’s Guide to Avoiding Total Disaster, was published by ATD Press in 2016.
VP, Learning Innovation Advocacy at D2L
Part of D2L’s early team, Kenneth is responsible for D2L’s advisory board program, which involves working with top executives, administrators, and educational leaders across the company’s customer base. He is also responsible for analyst and thought leader relations, acting as an advisor to D2L’s senior executives and product leadership group on behalf of the institutions D2L serves.
Deeply passionate about the connection between technology and learning, Kenneth strives to identify how the changing EdTech landscape can help educators transform learner experience.