The future of work is here to stay, which means you must embrace the idea that your team may never be in the same place at the same time. How you show up and engage as their leader will make a world of difference in the overall results and performance of your team and organization.
With so many pathways to get into these 12 IT jobs employers are struggling to fill, it can be hard to know where to start. In many cases, there is a fair bit of overlap with other IT areas, so businesses would benefit from implementing in-house upskilling, reskilling and IT training programs for the staff they currently have. It all starts with the right training.
Everyone in the banking and financial industry — including bank tellers, economists, research analysts and many others — need to enhance their digital skills to keep up with the market. While the rapid changes may seem daunting, the future of fintech provides exciting advancement opportunities for anyone ready to learn and grow with the industry.
When looking at what it takes to find a job in your career of choice or to move to the next step in your discipline, we often think predominantly of technical skills — also known as hard skills. As in, what specific competencies do you need to complete the core duties of a role?
Digital badges are nano-credentials; they’re a small set of criteria representing a facet of IT knowledge. These globally recognized badges serve as proof of proficiency in crucial IT skills and create a common dialogue for IT professionals when discussing skillsets and achievements.