The increase in demand for new skillsets post-pandemic is pushing the L&D teams to revisit the learning strategies in 2022. Organizations need to adopt a dynamic learning approach to help employees stay competitive in today’s market and make them future-ready to meet businesses’ long term goals. A little tweak in the L&D process can help expand employee capabilities and drive productivity for fueling the company’s growth.
Here are a few key takeaways from Udemy’s insightful report on 2022’s workplace learning trends:
- Building power skills – Skills that can’t be replaced by machines.
Examples of power skills – Communication and teamwork, Leadership and management, Productivity and collaboration skills, etc.
- Building tactical skills – Skills to excel in the day-to-day functions of a specific role.
Examples of tactical skills – Business intelligence, Marketing, Project Management, etc.
- Building technical skills – Tech talent’s ongoing training to unlock new capabilities.
Examples of technical skills – Software development, Cloud Computing, Business Intelligence, etc.
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