NSW Newcastle Online Network Forum
As businesses grapple with the impact of Industry 4.0, HR departments need to quickly turn their attention to how the digitised future of work will change the skills and capabilities required by their employees.
Do we know what skills and capabilities will be required and whether our workforce is ready for the future?
In this networking session, General Manager of OPRA Psychology Group, Ben Hainsworth, will cover these workforce trends and frameworks for future skills and capabilities, together with a case study of how OPRA have used innovative and award winning technology to measure skills and support career management as part of a workforce revolution. OPRA Psychology Group have received global recognition for this innovative Future Skills Solution, which was recently awarded an Excellence in Technology Award at the International Brandon Hall Awards.
In this session Ben will cover:
- Workforce trends
- Future skills frameworks
- How to measure skills and the changing nature of assessment methodologies
- The role of technology to enable skills development to move from transactional to transformative
This forum is suitable for:
HR Practitioners of mid to senior career level, specifically in the roles of:
- Organisational Development
- HR Business partnering
- HR Systems
- Learning & Development
- Workforce planning
Speaker: Ben Hainsworth, General Manager, OPRA Psychology Group
Ben holds an Honours Degree in Psychology and is a Registered Psychologist. He specialises in psychometric assessment, assessment/development centres, executive coaching, leadership development and career transition/outplacement.
Ben also holds the position of Guest Lecturer at the School of Psychology and Business School at The University of Newcastle, and in 2014 received a Business Excellence Award by the NSW Business Chamber for this thought leadership in organisational psychology.
More recently, Ben’s passion for solving complex workforce issues has seen him lead the design and delivery of an assessment and skills development solution, aimed at 10,000 technology roles for the Australian Commonwealth Government. He rates another achievement as being the ongoing delivery of the most high profile Aboriginal Leadership Development Program in the country.
Registration closes Wednesday 27 May 2020
This forum is being recorded. Please select whether you will join for the forum (Registration) or whether you will watch afterwards (Recording).
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