On-Demand Webinar:
Closing the Skills Gap 2019

Last updated on: January 29, 2021

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As technology changes how companies interact with customers and the products they offer, workers need to access ongoing development opportunities to gain and maintain relevant skills. How can businesses and universities help people navigate a labor market that experiences continuous disruption? To find out, watch Closing the Skills Gap 2019, a webinar presented by Wiley Education Services and Future Workplace.

Findings and Recommendations

Driven by a survey of 600 human resource leaders, this on-demand webinar shares the impacts of skills gaps and ways to address this challenge. Topics include:

  • The leading causes of workforce skills gaps
  • Hard skills and soft skills employers need most
  • Why workers need continuous learning opportunities
  • Ways to close skills gaps through innovation
  • Solutions that unite employers and educators

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Meet the Presenters

Jeremy Walsh is Vice President of Enterprise Learning Solutions at Wiley Education Services. He focuses on strengthening the value proposition for clients by developing key partnerships that accelerate growth. Prior to joining Wiley, Jeremy spent a decade overseeing business development initiatives for organizations such as Learning House, Apollo Education Group, Kaplan, and Mount Washington College.

Dan Schawbel is a Partner and Research Director at Future Workplace and the Founder of WorkplaceTrends.com. He is the bestselling author of three career books: Back to Human, Promote Yourself, and Me 2.0. Dan has conducted dozens of research studies focused on the future of work and has written for Harvard Business Review, The Economist, Financial Times, Forbes magazine, and others.

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