Turning the Tide of the Talent Tsunami

Turning the Tide of the Talent Tsunami
Wednesday, 29 September, 2021 - 17:00 to 18:30

The BTN is delighted to partner with Gloat, the first-ever Internal Talent Marketplace, for an exclusive roundtable with executive people leaders around the impending talent tsunami.

The job market has been affected by some of the most impactful macro trends over the past 12 months with economic shutdowns resulting in catastrophic lay-offs around the globe. Fast forward to the current climate and we are facing challenges of a differing nature with a fresh wave of voluntary departures and resignations.

Employees and companies alike are facing a set of circumstances that we’ve never dealt with before in a transition of a post-pandemic world to ‘normality’. Employees are leaving roles as they can’t see opportunities for growth within their organisations. We need to be employer brands of choice and true talent magnets but how can your internal mobility visibility be facilitated in a hybrid world?

It’s time to act now, there will be winners and losers and you know what side of the line your business needs to be on.

The conversation will be attendee led and very much open and interactive, following the below points:

  • What are some of the common themes that we are seeing as reasons for leaving roles?
  • What stage are organisations at on their skills analysis journey?
  • How can we align inclusion with mobility?

 

This event will be moderated by Jeff Schwartz (VP of Insights & Impact at Gloat, Founder of Deloitte's Future of Work Practice)

 

Jeff is the VP of Insights and Impact for Gloat, the world’s leading talent marketplace platform provider. Recently retired, Jeff was a senior consulting partner at Deloitte Consulting for 20 years. He is a recognized global advisor and thought leader in the future of work and the author of WORK DISRUPTED (navigating 21st century work and careers, Wiley, January 2021).

Jeff is also a visiting lecturer at Cornell Tech and Columbia Graduate School of Business MBA programs and research affiliate at the Center for Collective Intelligence at the Sloan School at MIT. He has been a consulting partner for 25 years and he has extensive experience in workforce and workplace transformation, work redesign, and human capital issues in global and growth markets. He has lived in and led practices in the US, India, Russia, Belgium, Israel and Kenya. He most recently led the US Consulting Future of Work research and practice; he was the co-founder and was the US lead partner from 2016-2019 for Deloitte Catalyst in Tel Aviv  (the US-Israel Innovation Tech Terminal).

Jeff has been the global editor and senior researcher for 11 years of Deloitte’s Global Human Capital Trends report, one of the world’s leading annual reports on the future of the workforce, organizations and HR, which he started in 2011.  In addition to his recent book, he has authored and contributed to more than 40 articles for the Wall Street Journal, the Deloitte Review, the MIT Sloan Management Review, the Rotman Management Review (at the University of Toronto), and Wired Magazine. He has graduate degrees from the Yale School of Management (MBA) and the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University (MPA) and an undergraduate degree from Cornell University in History and Government (BA).

 

About Gloat

Gloat is the first-ever Internal Talent Marketplace, used by the world’s leading enterprises. Our platform helps enterprises democratize career development, unlock skills, and future-proof their workforces, by utilizing a powerful AI engine and relying on years of experience and implementation.