With the demand for future-ready L&D, where does adaptability fit in and what does it look like? Change happens and it prompts our response whether we're ready or not. This presents a great opportunity for L&D leaders and teams to position themselves to move beyond resilience and into true adaptability. There's been enough talk, so let's get to the real action that happens when we put the 4C's of adaptability to work. Find out what they are in this session.
Esther Jackson is the author of the book, Adaptability in Talent Development. She is focused on work addressing the employee experience, workforce engagement, performance, and professional development. She applies creative and best practices in equipping employees and leaders with the skills and knowledge needed to face challenges in the midst of constant change. Her work targets the evolving learning needs and expectations of today’s multigenerational workforce with a goal to deliver high-impact results and contributions. Tapping into the power of connection is a driving force Esther uses to engage the hearts and minds in helping others to unleash their potential.
Esther Jackson is a people potential accelerator with a myriad of experiences in, project management, talent development, and DEI. She serves as a National Advisor for Chapters with ATD. She works as a project manager, college instructor, and presenter. She presents at local and national conferences such as ATD ICE and Training Magazine Conference along with writing articles. Esther has a master’s and a doctoral degree in education. Her literary work includes various articles and she is the author of Adaptability in Talent Development.
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