It’s been a brutal year for many in talent acquisition, with a lot of layoffs and a very tough job market, making it challenging to find other roles. This removal of certainty and stability has been mirrored in many different talent markets and looks like becoming the norm moving forward.
Traditionally, switching careers and industries has been challenging, but will the rise of skills-based thinking change this moving forward? So, how do we think about careers moving forward, and what do employers need to do to ensure they are getting the right skills in their business?
My guest this week is Ilana Golan, Founder and CEO of Leap Academy. Leap Academy is a coaching programme that helps professionals fast-track their careers by changing function or industry, by moving into leadership, or by making the jump to be an entrepreneur.
In the interview, we discuss:
• How work and careers are changing
• Practical advice for job seekers
• Adapting, learning and re-inventing
• The challenging pace of change
• A mindset shift for employers
• Dealing with Ageism
• Rising above the noise
• The impact of AI
• What will career paths look like in the future?
A full transcript will appear here shortly