Learning for Upskilling and Reskilling


Mehdi tounsi
Senior Regional Director EMEA, OpenSesame
Webinar Recording Details
  • Date and Time
    Fri, Jun 24, 2022 at 8AM Pacific / 11AM Eastern
  • Duration
    1 Hour
  • Cost
    $0 (Free)
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As the world continues to accelerate and change in the face of huge environmental, technological and cultural shifts, the need for upskilling and reskilling has grown in importance. No one can stand still in their existing roles, and changes in the world of work and how we work mean that we all need to be learning if we want to survive.

So what should L&D teams be thinking about as they look to support the growth of skills in their organization? What works and what are the implications of upskilling and reskilling for learning strategy, learning solutions and content choices? And what really helps people to succeed as they forge new careers or take advantage of emerging roles at work?

In this webinar, Mehdi Tounsi, Senior Regional Director EMEA at OpenSesame, will explore:
  • Why upskilling and reskilling is so important in today’s economy
  • Where organizations are today and what’s changing in how organizations upskill and reskill their people
  • How innovative approaches to upskilling and reskilling are impacting organizations’ ability to energize, retain and attract great people
  • How L&D can optimize ‘learning through work’ to deliver more agile upskilling and reskilling

About Mehdi Tounsi

With over 20 years of experience in the learning industry, Mehdi has successfully implemented learning and talent management strategies for various industries, including content providers and LMS platform specialists.

Mehdi assists global organizations in meeting the challenges linked to cultural diversity, improving communications within global operations and developing learning programs to enhance workforce mobility.

A seasoned traveler and passionate linguist, Mehdi has held different international positions in Australia, Africa, the US and now in London, where he oversees OpenSesame’s European operations as the Senior Regional Director, EMEA.

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