License to skill – how to identify, develop and accelerate skills acquisition in the workplace
Noorie Sazen, CEO, Saffron Interactive
The skills people need at work are changing fast. In the past year, 91% of organisations struggled to find talent with the skills they require, and they spent £6.3 billion on trying to patch up the holes in their workforce skills capacity.
The workforce itself is changing too, with the labour force in Europe projected to decrease by an average of 2 million every year between 2010 and 2030 and digital disruption claiming many traditional roles. How are you ensuring your workforce has relevant skills?
This seminar will look at how to:
The session will include case studies of how this has been implemented for different clients, including the TUC’s Rainbow Years Project.
Noorie was a former partner at KPMG, leading their People Service business in London and Eastern Counties, Noorie combines an arsenal of business experience, consultancy and change management skills with a love of learning. This has helped her develop Saffron into a consistently innovative organisation, partnering with clients' change programmes and focusing on transformational performance improvement using insights from behavioural science.
Having worked both in practice and industry, Noorie brings fresh perspectives in terms of how change and performance can be used with any organisation as a force for good.
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