Level Up Your Talent Strategy: Stay Competitive in the Digital World of Work

October 4, 2019 Aon's Assessment Solutions

This webinar discusses how HR and talent professionals can advance their talent strategies to meet the requirements of the digital future.

Level Up Your Talent Strategy –to Stay Competitive in the Digital World of Work

Rapid technological advancements are changing the types of skills and competencies organizations need to remain competitive. As such, HR and talent professionals have an opportunity to help organizations level up their talent strategies to drive business results now and into the future.

Join Aon’s experts, Dr. Amy Mills and Dr. Marinus van Driel, alongside JPMorgan Chase’s Managing Director, Global Technology Resiliency, Ann Givens, to understand how HR can drive performance during transformation by identifying employees with the right competencies to train for new, higher-impact roles.

In this 1-hour webinar you will learn how:

-        To advance your talent strategy to meet the requirements of the digital future.

-        JPMorgan Chase used talent assessments to make a people-powered transformation to an agile way of working.

-        Improving the internal talent supply means up-skilling and re-skilling current employees.

-        Insights from our global survey into how organizations are meeting the challenges of the digital world of work.

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