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Addressing Employee Skill Gaps and Increasing Engagement in the AI Era

Recent data from the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) across the U.S., UK, and Australia reveals that 70% of employees do not feel adequately equipped with the skills necessary to safely utilize Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the workplace.


Identifying Skill Gaps and Increasing Engagement:


It is crucial for organizations to identify and address skill gaps to promote employee engagement effectively. Here are some key considerations:

Assessing Skill Gaps

Assessing Skill Gaps:


It is essential to assess both individual and team skill gaps to evaluate areas of development. Self-awareness can help individuals acknowledge their own skill gaps, while team assessments can provide a comprehensive understanding of the organization's skill landscape.

Culture of Continuous Learning

Culture of Continuous Learning:


Fostering a culture of continuous learning is imperative to keep pace with the ever-evolving work environment. Encouraging employees to embrace change and investing in their professional development lays the foundation for adaptability and growth within the organization.

Embracing Change and Innovation

Embracing Change and Innovation: 


Avoid the fear of change and embrace it. Finding ways to navigate and integrate new skills and technologies is key.

Apply of New Skills

Apply of New Skills:


Look for areas where new tasks and workflows can be applied. Create a system to reward innovative thinking can incentivize employees to proactively bring forth new skills and ideas.

Understand Upskilling and Reskilling

Understand Upskilling and Reskilling:


As the prevalence of AI continues to shape the workplace and cultural dynamics, the need for upskilling and reskilling becomes critical.  With an estimated 65% of the workforce anticipated to require upskilling or reskilling in the coming years, it is imperative to focus on teaching additional skills to adapt to the evolving work landscape.




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