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6 WEBINARS IN THIS COLLECTION
The Future Is Here Five Years Early: Pandemic Acceleration
The COVID-19 pandemic has rescaled our timelines of transformation, requiring delivery of organizations’ two-year visions in only two quarters or even two months. Learn from Peter Coffee, noted futurist and VP for Strategic Research at Salesforce about what truly is “different this time.”
Digital Media Employment Trends and How Upskillers Can Stay Marketable
Paul Flaharty from The Creative Group and Robert Half Technology shares employment trends in the creative and digital professions space, and the need for upskillers to acquire digital skills in order to remain marketable.
Achieving CCC Metrics Through Market Intelligence
Karen Beltramo, WestEd LaunchBoard and data expert shows how to untangle complicated job demand and student TOP code data and to develop effective strategies to achieve student metrics, working with sector expertise.
The Rising Demand for IT Skills in Non-Tech Industries
Did you know that 9 in 10 IT jobs are in non-tech industries? IT skills and jobs are widely misunderstood to be housed primarily in the tech sector, but Will Markow of Burning Glass will share how recent research serves as evidence that this perception is not borne out by data.
Talent Fuels the Fifth Revolution
Peter Coffee, noted futurist and VP for Strategic Research at Salesforce will help us understand what’s coming next in the digital technological world and the resources ICT educators can access to better prepare.
Skills in Demand for Creative/Digital Professionals
As one of the nation’s top employment agencies and named to FORTUNE’s “World’s Most Admired Companies” list this year, Robert Half understands workplace trends. Join Sara Eide and Jessica Kuhl to learn trends impacting the workplace today.
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