Human Solutions for a Skills Revolution

Helping people upskill and future-proof themselves in our fast-changing work environment will be the defining challenge of our time. Identifying in-demand skills and providing access to employment will be the solution to the Skills Revolution.

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Human Solutions to the Skills Revolution

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Soft Skills Thrive in the Digital Age

As skills needs are changing faster, employers do not always know which skills they will need even a year from now. What we do know is that the value of soft skills or human strengths continues to rise and is harder to find. Communication, collaboration and creativity are the types of skills that will augment technology and reduce the threat of replacement by automation.

 

Hire for Learnability

In today's Digital Age, employers must hire people with learnability - the desire and ability to develop in-demand skills to be employable for the long-term. Employability is less about what you already know and more about your capacity to learn.

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Think Differently

Success now relies heavily on the appetite for continuous skills development. Leaders must nurture employee's curiosity and learnability so they have the desire and ability to continuously develop their skills to stay employable.

 

Identify Skills Adjacencies

Set people up to succeed. Map out skill needs and then assess and identify candidates with adjacent skill sets - those skills that are closely connected and can be adapted to new roles.

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HUMAN AGE 2.0 -THE SKILLS REVOLUTION

We are seeing the emergence of a Skills Revolution.

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Defining and Mapping New Roles

Building on proven talents and equipping people to shift from traditional to digital skillsets, ManpowerGroup and the Digital Manufacturing and Design Innovation Institute generated 165 leading-edge manufacturing roles.

 

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