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Workshop HRD & Talent Development towards a more contemporary Talent 2.0 mindset

  1. 1. Workshop HRD & Talent 2.0 HR & Talent Development towards a more contemporary mindset
  2. 2. This reflects some of my observations & ideas from my online research on the impact of social media on HR & Talent management www.crepinconsult.nl www.linkedin.com/in/alexandercrepin www.twitter.com/alexandercrepin
  3. 3. Change happens! Change is Constant Shift happens www.ailo.nl
  4. 4. We live in a raplex global village
  5. 5. Web 2.0 >>2,0 billion people online, no fiction but fact
  6. 6. Web 2.0 2 ND Generation internet - new philosophy - new way of working - different attitude & skills
  7. 7. Working in the 21st century requires different a different mindset
  8. 8. Taking responsibility for own future & using web 2.0 for learning & training Talent 2.0
  9. 9. Traditional Career Development lineair, destination based development model “What would you like to be?” Birth School Profession Professional edu Working & Training Pension Assessment & choice Life time employment Job 1 Job 2 Job 3 Job 4 Phil Jarvis
  10. 10. Modern Career Paradigm Careers are like a journey Learning to take responsibility for your employability & life Leaning to adapt and to align to a changing world Investing in personal & professional development Training Education Training Sabbatical Pension Education Birth Work Work Training School Work Learning by doing & reading & sharing & participating
  11. 11. The new reality A school grade isn’t enough anymore www.ailo.nl
  12. 12. In a increasingly complex society, basic knowledge is essential, but not any longer sufficient ………
  13. 13. Employability from 20 – 65+ year = investing in Life Long Learning!!
  14. 14. Lifelong learning - learning is a continuous process - Investing in learning doesn’t stop - learning your way motivates - employers & workers share interests - learning is individual & together - web 2.0 offers a variety of options Talent 2.0
  15. 15. Talent 2.0 – Me inc. invests for a happy resilient life & career consequently & consistently in employability, in Professional & Personal development
  16. 16. Talent 2.0 & learning How much has changed?
  17. 17. Universities were established almost 1,000 years ago around libraries, because information was scarce. The model that we use currently is the leftover of that system. What we need to do is retool in order to deal with the over- availability of information, and teach students how to learn, how to teach themselves, and how to use a discerning eye to sort sources of information, and to make judgments based on their own standpoints Stacey Simmons, PhD Omnicademy.com
  18. 18. Mass education designed for the industrial age meets the needs of neither the pre-industrial village nor the post-industrial future...indeed, all education—has to be totally reconceptualised. Alvin Toffler "Colleges have become outrageously expensive, yet there remains a general refusal to acknowledge the implications of new technologies for learning & teaching“ Jim Groom
  19. 19. Multi M edia n ratio Gene
  20. 20. >> 30% of the people on the internet are using blogs, forums, online communities & connections in their social networks
  21. 21. MIT started in 2001, when the school agreed to put coursework online for free. Today, you can find the full syllabi, lecture notes, class exercises, tests, and some video and audio for every course MIT offers, from physics to art history. This trove has been accessed by 56 million current and prospective students, alumni, professors, and armchair enthusiasts around the world. "We're changing the culture of how we think about knowledge and how it should be shared and who are the owners of knowledge.“ Cathy Casserly MIT
  22. 22. Homo Zappiens Talent 2.0
  23. 23. Talent 2.0 meeting
  24. 24. anywhere, anytime
  25. 25. Youngsters are choosing their own learning tools & create their personal multi sources learning environment
  26. 26. Th ey are i n
  27. 27. Coffee break Alexander Crépin www.inHR.nl
  28. 28. Internet - social media: gateway to life long learning
  29. 29. Why is it that my kid can't take robotics at Carnegie Mellon, linear algebra at MIT, law at Stanford? And why can't we put 130 of those together and make it a degree?
  30. 30. Knowledge is of two kinds: we know a subject ourselves, or we know where we can find information upon it
  31. 31. Talent 2.0 “Connected learner” expertise is spread over networks successful learning = the ability to - create & build networks - select relevant networks - getting access to the right networks - make connections between disciplines, ideas & concepts
  32. 32. People learn from & with each other Online & Globally
  33. 33. What I hear, I forget What I see, I remember What I do, I understand
  34. 34. Learning is the Work Corporate learning used to be based on the proposition that knowing how people did things in the past was adequate for doing well in the present This worked when there was generally one way to do a task, and it remained the same for decades Today, incessant change is baked into everything. About all we can say is that the future won't be like the past. The focus of learning must shift from what used to work to what works now Jay Cross
  35. 35. Learnscapes are where and how modern work Learning is the Work is performed-including workplace learning Industrial age workers used machinery to manufacture objects in factories. Now, knowledge workers create value, in what I call a learnscape. A learnscape is the platform where knowledge workers collaborate, solve Working problems, converse, share ideas, brainstorm, learn, relate to others, explain, communicate, conceptualize, Learning tell stories, help one another, teach, serve customers, keep up to date, meet one another, forge partnerships, build communities, and distribute information. Jay Cross
  36. 36. Jay Cross
  37. 37. What do you have to offer to 2.0 Talents?
  38. 38. Tomorrow’s top employees, managers & entrepreneurs are today’s “digital natives”
  39. 39. Technology can’t replace great teachers & coaches, however great teachers will increasingly use technology
  40. 40. Talent 2.0 (e)Coaching & (e)Mentoring will become more & more a part of personal & professional development
  41. 41. Enough food for thought?
  42. 42. HRD & Talent 2.0 My conclusion: Making a step towards a more contemporary HR & Talent Development approach is not any longer about planning & controlling It is about fostering… and guiding It is about taking advantage of 2.0 technology It is about true reciprocity for both employer and employee
  43. 43. Always remember It’s is about People & Trust! Alexander Crépin
  44. 44. Questions?
  45. 45. Interested in Contemporary Talent Management ? Call Alexander Crépin + 31 (0) 653 641 905 http://nl.linkedin.com/in/alexandercrepin www.twitter/alexandercrepin www.crepinconsult.nl (in Dutch)
  46. 46. See also my workshop coaching investing in your future
  47. 47. See also my workshop Talent 2.0 & Career management 2.0 Already over 15.000 people enjoyed this workshop
  48. 48. See also my workshop CSR & Challenge Based Leadership Development
  49. 49. HRD & Talent 2.0 Thank you Thank You
  50. 50. End! www.crepinconsult.nl

Notas do Editor

  • HR, Human Resources, Social Media, Change, Changing perspectives, Training & development, HRD, Talent 2.0, Talent Management, Talent Development, Talent Development & social media, Learning 2.0, Life long learning, employability, web 2.0, career paradigm, learnscapes, learnscape, digital natives, Alexander Crepin, Alexander Crépin, inHR, AiLo
  • Change is the catalyst for all personal and professional growth, but for most of us it can produce some form of hesitation, maybe even fear. How to deal with uncertain realities?
  • It is extremely popular.
  • Loopbaan is een ontwikkelingsreis geen eindbestemming
  • It's a fact that most occupations today require some type of education or training beyond high school. Projections for 2014 are that 85% of the jobs will require a postsecondary education. In fact 65% of all new jobs will require education and training of 2 years or less. And, workers in the 21st century will need to continue to learn new skills as technology changes. It is important to be a life-long learner! Then you can meet the challenges of an ever changing world!
  • Until universities don't have to choose between research intensive, expensive and prestigious research faculty, and well-regarded, well-intentioned teaching faculty, we will continue to have this problem.
  • Fostering learning requires rethinking the tools used. Do the tools work in the manner in which people learn? Do the tools represent how the Talent 2.0 learners will be functioning in "real life"?
  • Transcript: And with that, I thank you for your time. Enjoy the rest of the show. Author’s Original Notes: