Global Research Report:

3 global trends that are shaping the current labour market.

25 June 2023Download4 min

Change is the only thing that is constant in life, which is certainly something we’ve all experienced over the last few years! With the rapid growth of technology and the impact of events such as the pandemic, inflation, as well as tightening financial conditions in most countries, or supply chain shortages - some organisations and their employees are struggling. That is why we are pleased to present our latest research report, where we have conducted a global survey on the importance of personal development and highlighted the challenges currently faced by the labour market.

Trend #1: The rise of a growth-driven workforce.

Employees are now advocating for their own growth and personal development at work, resulting in a growth-driven workforce. We’ll highlight the transformation of how personal development has gone from a ‘nice-to-have' to a ‘must-have’ and what it means for your organisation.

Trend #2: Acquiring the in-demand skills of the future.

Significant change over the last decade has resulted in an increased need for employees to quickly develop new skills such as resilience, mental health, hybrid working and digital - and the workforce needs your support to do this. Discover the importance of up-skilling, how to manage a multigenerational workforce and how to stay fit for the future.

Trend #3: Adopting a human-centric leadership style.

Personal development is becoming equally important as a form of compensation, as more and more employees are leaving their current roles for better development opportunities. This has brought rise to a new type of leadership: a human-centric leadership approach.

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