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Welcome to the skills economy - Chapter 1 - Imagination - Relearning to learn

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Developing people: destination unknown Most people take pride in their own development, wanting to learn new skills and create a positive professional trajectory for themselves. People development is no longer a 'top down' push. Whilst it's still important to ensure compulsory learning like compliance, there is more demand from employees to drive their own development. Increasingly employees know the skills and knowledge they want to attain, and if it's not given by their employer they will go and find it for themselves. They're curious! Development doesn't just happen at one point in the employee's life at the organisation. Learning and development takes place at each stage of their journey, and can take various forms. The Chartered Institute of Personal Development (CIPD) lists the six stages of the talent management journey as: Attract, Identify, Develop, Engage, Retain and Deploy. At each stage, learning and development will take various forms – from onboarding a new employee with immersive learning, to developing a career plan involving longer form training. 1

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