• Jul 15, 2021 from 1:00pm to 2:00pm
  • Location: Online
  • Latest Activity: Aug 31, 2021

Career adaptability: the key to organisational skills strategy

Noorie Sazen, Director Saffron Interactive

Businesses face a corporate ‘survival of the fittest’. To keep pace, they must navigate Digital Disruption, adapt and thrive in the face of uncertainty. And to do this, they need a flexible workforce that can adapt and change with the business as the bedrock of its success.

But with the longevity of skills rapidly decreasing, how can organisations ensure that their entire workforce is fit for purpose long-term?

Join Noorie Sazen of Saffron Interactive as she explores:

  • Why is career adaptability the currency of the future
  • Addressing barriers to career adaptability and skills acquisition
  • How high performing organisations are embedding career adaptability

This seminar will arm you with practical tools and tips to level up your organisational skills
strategy and create a learning culture that drives the business forward.

Noorie’s passion is innovation and creativity. Prior to leading Saffron, she was a partner at
KPMG leading their People Services business in London and Eastern Counties. She has
also held global roles at BP and Lend Lease, partnering with clients on their change and
transformational performance improvement programs. Throughout her career, Noorie has
used insights from the behavioural and neurosciences, to bring fresh perspectives and
ensure that change is treated within an organisation as a force for good.

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