2022 Talent Development: Trends and Predictions [Report]

Welcome to 2022 another year full of trends shaping the talent development world. In comparison to last year, there have been some major shifts, but also some familiar themes that have re-emerged again. For HR practitioners and consultants, these trends will help us dictate our strategies, methods and plans moving forward. We need to pay close attention and plan carefully – not just be reactive but take a proactive approach as well.

On a side note, I’ve added a few additional trends I’ve been tracking and keeping my eye from industry sources. You can check that out toward the end of the post. Now, let’s get into it.


Prioritization of New Skills for Remote Workforce

The statistics on skills in the workplace is daunting. It’s estimated that 40% of workers will require up to six months of reskilling by 2025, and roughly 35% of entry-level job listings call for at least 3 years of experience. Truthfully speaking, we need to start prioritizing skill development in the remote environment. We can start by investing in soft skills and introducing a new approach to teaching them in an virtual world.

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