L&D Resource Roundup: 23rd October 2020

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Nick Davies
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L&D Resource Roundup: 23rd October 2020

You might have noticed from our recent social media and blog activity that we’ve been talking all things talent here at Thinqi. During the COVID-19 crisis, organisations have all had to think more about adapting, reskilling and closing talent gaps as we all learn to adjust to new ways of working.

This is why this week, we’re bringing you a round-up of some of the best resources on the theme of ‘talent’ to help you weather the storm of identifying and nurturing talent in the face of unexpected challenge.

McKinsey & Company: HR Says Talent is Crucial for Performance – and the Pandemic Proves It

This article presents five different talent management practices that can help steer your organisation through new ways of working and into the post-COVID-19 era. With a particularly insightful section on learning and development, this is a valuable resource for both L&D practitioners and HR managers alike.

Read the full article here.

Training Zone: The 2020 Dilemma: How to Solve the UK’s Critical Unemployment and Skills Shortage Problems

With unemployment and skills shortages an increasing problem in Britain today, this article shows you how to take a long-term view of these issues to help you adopt a more holistic approach to skills development and employment. This is key to aiding recovery during these challenging times.

You can read the full text here.

Training Journal: Futureproof Your Talent

Training Journal always have a wealth of brilliant articles, webinars and podcast episodes, so it was no surprise to us that they have some great resources available on the topic of ‘talent’. 

In this article, Nabila Salen looks at how management and strategies in talent have evolved due to COVID-19, and how to futureproof talent for the post-pandemic world.

Read the full article here.

Thinqi: Introducing #WhatsYourTalent at Thinqi

Finally, we’d like to present you with our own story on talent management during the COVID-19 crisis, which follows the lives of three fictional employees at NewWay Training as they adapt to new ways of working.

We’ll be sharing our top tips as the story unfolds, as well as sharing thoughts from the talent we have here in the Thinqi team. 

We would love for you to get involved too with sharing your own ideas on talent! 

Read the start of our #WhatsYourTalent story here.

We hope that’s given you plenty to think about to help you bring out the best in your people during times of challenge, and would love to hear about other resources that you’d recommend too. Get in touch with us via our social media channels below!

Until next time.

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Nick Davies
Head of Sales