The Future of Work and Its Impact on Employee Development
Thursday, November 1 @ 1pm MDT
The new realities of the rapidly evolving nature of work forces companies to rethink the way they develop, engage, and cultivate their employees. The future of work influences, and should dictate, how forward-thinking organizations looking to modernize their career models and adapt and deliver learning opportunities.
However, fundamental questions remain to be uncovered. What does it mean to have a career today? How does my company support the future of humans and machine-learned automation? How does the company support the journey of learning within the context of my career development? How is the company investing in me “today”, so I’m ready for where they want to be “tomorrow”?
Join our panelists from Mountain America Credit Union (MACU) and Bridge, as they share how the evolving nature has transformed employee development at MACU.
In this webinar attendees will hear about:
- Why MACU proactively transformed the approach to employee development internally
- How MACU has created innovative roadmaps for developing, supporting and rejuvenating their employees’ career development experience
- Strategies to create a roadmap to help navigate the evolution of work and its influence on existing employee development programs
VP of Talent Development, MACU
Jarron is the VP of Talent Development at Mountain America Credit Union. Prior to joining the team, he worked for two Fortune 50 companies, IBM and GE, where he was a well-known and recognized manager in his division world-wide.
Jarron has a passion for educating, inspiring, and amusing his clients, teams, and peers. His work has allowed him to travel the world, visiting clients and partners, where he focused his efforts on digital transformation for a variety of industries, such as Education, Finance, and Energy.
He recently began work partnering with a private higher education institution to assist in developing a new mastering leadership program that will catapult the leadership skillsets at Mountain America. He is also working to implement a new knowledge center for employees that incorporates artificial intelligence and predictive learning to make searching and finding information fast and easy.
Emily has always been driven by the ideal of providing equal education opportunities for all learners. That's why she co-founded Practice, a patented learning methodology that leverages the power of practice and feedback to increase learners' competencies and confidence. The power Practice has to help people reach their full potential is why Practice proved a great fit for Instructure. A former Teach for America and KIPP teacher, special education lawyer and luddite, Emily is passionate about technology’s potential to help educators in both the corporate and education markets scale great teaching and learning.
Emily received her B.A. and M.S. Ed. from the University of Pennsylvania and her J.D. from Drexel Law graduating cum laude from law and undergrad.