How AkzoNobel is Preparing its Employees for the Skills of the Future (Resilience, Digital, Social & Emotional)
Don't miss this talk if you're looking to provide employees with skills for the future.
It shares the story of AkzoNobel's new skills curriculum (Resilience, Digital, Social & Emotional) and the steps that were taken to support employees to cope with the ever-changing future. This session will not only provide you with ideas how to analyse what is needed, how to design a program via curation and by developing content yourself, and what is important for the implementation. One of the additional key take-aways is how to focus on communication and senior stakeholder involvement.
Carin de Weme
Senior L&D Adviser, AkzoNobel, The Netherlands
It is Carin de Weme's passion to guide employees to develop themselves, which in turn supports the growth of the organisation. By analysing what the needs are, she creates engaging and inspiring learning opportunities that also cater to cultural norms and preferences. Measuring and showing the effectiveness of talent & development activities, as well as the return of expectations, are key to add value as well. Being aware of new technologies and methods as well as being inspired by other learning professionals is her vital for her to stay updated.