Host: Burt Rea, managing director, Deloitte Consulting LLP
As the COVID-19 crisis continues, many organizations are rethinking their approach to talent models, skills development, and career growth. Beyond reskilling and training, the most effective new approaches have a common core: creating opportunities. We’ll discuss:
- The skills development disconnect between organizations and their workforces.
- How internal Opportunity Marketplaces can help bridge the gap by effectively matching labor with tasks.
- Three ways to define an internal talent marketplace’s purpose: deployment, mobility, and alignment of evolutionary value with future of work strategies.
Meet the speakers
Burt leads Deloitte Consulting’s Human Capital Research & Sensing product offering, a membership subscription product for organizations and HR professionals providing an online digital destination for leading HR research, maturity models, tools, templates, diagnostics, and advisory support, as well as Workforce Sensing, a daily feed of emerging micro-trends and talent disruptions crowdsourced for relevance and impact, sorted by industry sector and job roles. Burt brings extensive knowledge advising leadership teams on managing transition and change to implement new strategies, processes, structures, and systems. He has led projects in organization and role design, change management, virtual work, employee and leadership training, communications, and talent strategies for numerous global companies.
Ina Gantcheva is a principal with Deloitte’s Human Capital practice and focuses on workforce and organizational transformations of multinational corporations. In more than 20 years of consulting experience, she has led large-scale global programs focused on building critical capabilities, planning workforce transitions, and preparing companies for future of work. In addition, she has experience in leading cross-functional teams during the strategy and the implementation phases of organizational transformation projects, and deep expertise in the areas of talent management, career development, competency models, organization design, leadership development, and culture change.
Diana Kearns-Manolatos is a senior manager in the Deloitte Center for Integrated Research where she analyzes market shifts and emerging trends across industries. Her research focuses on cloud and the future of workforce. Additionally, Kearns-Manolatos draws on almost 15 years of award-winning marketing communications expertise to align insights with business strategy. She speaks on technology and women in leadership and holds a bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Fordham University.