Reskilling your workforce for post-COVID-19
About this Masterclass:
The world, as we know, has turned upside down. While this is the case without a doubt, global economies and companies – large and small – will recover eventually. While this process unfolds, it is becoming clear that some jobs will lose relevance while others become critically important during COVID-19 and beyond. If you have talented employees working for you in areas of expertise that are becoming less and less relevant, you could consider reskilling them and use this talent elsewhere in the business. Reskilling is fast emerging as an excellent talent strategy in the business right now.
The JBS invites you to this exclusive, intensive online Masterclass that will explore:
- The pre-requisites for Reskilling
- From push to pull
- Developing intellectual curiosity for Reskilling
- Cultivating learning agility
- Techniques for self-directed Reskilling
- The Reskilling process
- The business case for Reskilling
- From learning outcomes to business outcomes
- The HR/L&D/Line partnership and roles
- Reskilling in the context of 70/20/10
- Just-in-time techniques for Reskilling
- Stakeholder sensitivity
- Balancing impact with SETA and Professional Body requirements
- Evaluation of your Reskilling effort
- Reskilling measures
- Monitoring & evaluation
Siphiwe Moyo is a sought-after and highly-rated international keynote speaker, facilitator, and author based in South Africa. As a Specialist in Organisational Behaviour, he studies and teaches human behaviour in the context of the workplace. He is considered an expert in career development, employee motivation, resilience, employee ownership, accountability in the workplace, and assisting employees in coping with change.
Before going into private practice, Siphiwe held the Head of Learning & Development post at several Top-40 JSE-listed companies. He is the former Chairman of the South African Board of People Practices and the current Vice President of the Professional Speakers Association of Southern Africa. He holds a Master's degree in Business Administration, an Executive Development Programme, an Honours degree in Human Capital Development, and a Bachelor's degree (cum laude) in Human Capital Management.
Date: 18 September 2020
- Time: 11:00 – 12:30 SAST
- Venue: Online conferencing. The conference link will be sent upon registration.
- Fee: R350.00 per Masterclass