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10 years from now it can be seen that nearly half of today's jobs will be gone. The skills which are required in 2019 will be impossible to predict that the same will be required in the year 2030. Today companies seem to be operating in a dynamic, fast-changing world, and organisations that are equipped with employees having flexible mindsets will adapt best to the changes ahead.
In order to continue to develop employee soft skills which are critical for future success the following are some of the tips through which L&D professionals can benefit:
- SELECT NEW RECRUITS ON THEIR ABILITY TO CONTINUE TO LEARN AND GROW
You should deploy technology designed to assess learning requirements at the recruitment stage in order to assess candidate skill levels and also give him or her willingness to learn.
- MAKE DATA WORK IN YOUR FAVOR
L&D professionals should work towards collecting data effectively and efficiently. You also need to consider asking the right questions.
- CREATE A CULTURE OF CONTINUOUS LEARNING
Many organisations tend to have very little understanding regarding employee skill levels when it comes to language and communication skills. Having a culture of continuous learning can help with assessments, providing tools, dashboards, and data analytics for collecting and analysing useful information.
- CARVE OUT TIME FOR LEARNING
L&D professionals need to consider a day in the life of an employee. They need to make time out for learning.
- MAKE IT MEANINGFUL
At the first glance itself, Micro-learning must be meaningful to the individual job role.