Within 10 years, demand for skilled workers will outstrip supply, resulting in a global talent shortage of more than 85 million people. The financial impact of this talent shortage could reach $8.4T in unrealized annual revenue according to research by Korn Ferry. Organizations are turning to internal upskilling and mobility strategies to address talent shortages. Boston Consulting confirmed building and mobilizing existing talent will have the biggest payoff compared to buying, borrowing, or open-sourcing.
Yet, HBR found only 28% of talent acquisition leaders today report internal candidates are an important source of people to fill vacancies.
Join us for a strategic talent discussion as we explore the three main stakeholders in an internal mobility strategy, as well as the processes and tools critical for success. Leave with best practices and actionable strategies you can implement in your organization.
Kristi Broom is Director of Project Operations for Degreed. She is a L&D leader with 20+ years of experience, including senior-level learning strategy positions with Citi and Anthem. She has designed and executed learning technology strategies and innovative solutions, resulting in increases to the quality of learning solutions and reductions in cost for multiple industries in both for-profit and non-profit sectors. Her expertise lies in managing complex projects globally and delivering against aggressive timelines. A true promoter of lifelong learning, Kristi serves as a mentor for MNCAPS, a program that fully immerses students in a professional culture while receiving high school and college credit.