The Future Is Now: New-Skilling in Government


The Future Is Now: New-Skilling in Government

Wednesday, Feb. 10 | 2 p.m. ET / 11 a.m. PT

The government is on the precipice of the reskilling revolution. With new technologies, processes and mandates entering the workforce in rapid succession, employees and agencies are being asked to reskill, upskill and even use a data-driven approach to simultaneously strengthen existing skills and develop new skills for new roles that weren’t previously needed. However, addressing the current skills gap will be no easy feat, especially in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Watch on demand to learn how agencies can embrace the reskilling revolution and develop the critical skills their people need to stay successful and adaptable.

Specifically, you’ll learn:

  • What the differences are between reskilling, upskilling and new-skilling.
  • How high-performing agencies approach new-skilling and reskilling despite the challenges of COVID.
  • How high-performing agencies facilitate manager-employee conversations about skill development.
  • How to leverage artificial intelligence to remove barriers in training and development.

You Will Hear From:

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Steve Dobberowsky, Senior Principal for Talent Management and Thought Leadership, Cornerstone OnDemand

Emily Jarvis
Michael McDonald, Director of Education and Development, Massachusetts Department of Transportation

Emily Jarvis, GovLoop Moderator

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Jamie Crews, Ed.D. Sr. Manager, Organizational Development HRS Learning & Organizational Development, Orange County, California