Overview

July 8
10AM PT, 1PM ET

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From constant digitization disruption and automation to remote work and rise of the gig economy, workforce development planning has always undergone rapid change. But the pandemic accelerated these challenges and workforce recovery is inconsistent across the U.S. How can workforce leaders ensure equal access to opportunity and consistent rates of recovery?

Join Governing on July 8 at 10 a.m. Pacific/1 p.m. Eastern for a one-hour webinar in partnership with Coursera and Deloitte to discuss the latest skills trends data and insights from Coursera’s Global Skills Report and Deloitte’s Global Human Capital Trends. We’ll examine the skills and career pathways critical to modernizing your workforce and recommendations for tailoring training and education in an evolving job market. We will also dive into the factors government workforce leaders should consider to build a more resilient workforce, as well as the practical but innovative actions they can take to better support the millions of workers relying on them.

Join us to hear how:

- Workforce leaders can keep pace with technological and disruptive change by leveraging skills trend insights

- The best way to navigate a complex workforce system, building collaboration to meet skills demand, promote job readiness, and create a scalable program.

- Governments are building a lifelong learning ecosystem - upskilling and reskilling their labor shed - reaching non-traditional and previously untapped workforce resources

Speakers

Otto Doll

Otto Doll — Moderator

Senior Fellow, Center for Digital Government

As the Minneapolis CIO for seven-plus years, Mr. Doll was responsible for all city IT services. He also served as South Dakota's CIO for 15 years with responsibility for all state government computing, telecommunications, radio, and public broadcasting.

Alison Lands

Alison Lands

Skills Transformation Consultant, Coursera

Alison Lands is a leader in Coursera’s global Skills Transformation practice, partnering with Fortune 500 employers; national, state, and local governments; and universities to develop custom learning programs that prepare for the future of work. An evangelist for the power of workforce development and lifelong learning as forces for good, she is committed to championing equitable and inclusive investments in people to improve livelihoods, strengthen regional economies, and lay a robust foundation for collective prosperity.

With over 20 years of experience in workforce and economic development, Alison joins Coursera from senior leadership roles with Deloitte Consulting, the BCG Centre for Public Impact, New York State Economic Development Council, and a career in municipal government at the City of San Antonio, Texas.

Kevin Mills

Kevin Mills

Head of Global Government Partnerships, Coursera

Kevin Mills helps enable the leading governments around the world to up-skill and re-skill their workforces. At Coursera Kevin has led the teams responsible for building strategic partnerships with the world’s most innovative universities, companies, and governments to help further Coursera’s mission to provide quality education and training to everyone, everywhere. Previously Kevin has held roles in government, university administration, and at international law firms focusing on education law and policy. He holds a BA from Pepperdine University, and JD/MBA from Stanford University

Amy Titus

Amy Titus

Managing Director, Deloitte

Dr. Amy A. Titus is a Managing Director in Human Capital at Deloitte Consulting. She brings over twenty-five years of global experience in human capital and human resources directed to improve organizational performance and address the future of work. She leads the Government and Public Service Learning and Leadership Market Offering and Deloitte’s pro-bono activities in education for the greater Washington D.C. area. Before joining Deloitte, she held senior leadership roles, spanning the full range of talent and human resource functions, at BearingPoint, FifthThird Bank and Citigroup. Prior to that, she founded and led a global management consulting firm that had offices in Washington, DC, Geneva, Switzerland and Cairo, Egypt. Her clients included government agencies, international development organizations and commercial entities. Noted for her work in workforce and organization transformation, she has won numerous awards and is a sought-after presenter. She is on the International Advisory Council of the United States Institute of Peace, the Learning Advisory Council for Doctors without Borders, and the Board of College Bound.