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Skill Development - The Ultimate Promotional Tool

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There's a new focus on training and skills development, as employees become more proactive and self-reliant in managing their careers.

There's a new focus on training and skills development, as employees become more proactive and self-reliant in managing their careers.

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  • Very good article and good analysis done.Kindly send few slides various types of skills required at various levels(contemporary flat and lean structure levels) and the outcome.
    what is the percentage.inborn skills or acquired skills develop a person and how to substantiate..

    Dr.prof.V.Raghu Raman
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  • Way cool Infographic!
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  • 1. THE ULTIMATE PROMOTIONAL TOOL WHY UPGRADE SKILLS? MOST VALUED SKILL DEVELOPMENT 57% 47% 42% GEN Y IS MORE LIKELY TO BE MOTIVATED BY THE PROSPECT OF A PROMOTION WITH THEIR CURRENT EMPLOYER Gen Y 63% Gen X 57% Baby Boomers 50% Promotion with current employer The prime reason for undertaking training in the Americas and APAC is to gain promotion with their current employer. However, it’s a different story in EMEA, where about half of employees focus on gaining a promotion, and are almost equally motivated by a desire to switch employers or even enter a new field of work. Advancement at another company Enter a new field of work No longer “front-end loaded” onto a career, nor the sole responsibility of the employer, workers recognise that skills are a lifelong pursuit of development and renewal. 48% 66% 68% EMEA EMEA APAC APAC AMERICAS AMERICAS TRAINING FOR PROMOTION WITH CURRENT EMPLOYER, BY REGION Continued education/training On the job experience Seminars/webinars MOST LIKELY Math—28% LEAST LIKELY WHICH FIELDS ARE UPSKILLING TO PURSUE A NEW FIELD OF WORK? Engineering—26% IT—26% 18%—Science 19%—Healthcare 22%—Education 58% 70% 26% % 60of workers globally, are either actively seeking further education/training, or are considering it.

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