Perspectives in Leadership: The State of Upskilling with the Bank of Montreal
September 15, 2022
In this episode of Perspectives in Leadership, Adam sits down with two leaders from the Bank of Montreal (BMO) to discuss their organization's upskilling journey. BMO’s Christine Crouch, Director, Future of Work, and Larissa Chaikowsky, US CHRO and Head, Talent, Reskilling and Acceleration, share their experiences implementing an upskilling strategy for their employees as well as the importance of tech fluency for their teams.
Adam shares stats from Pluralsight’s State of Upskilling report as Christine and Larissa offer examples of how their organization combats talent churn by digitizing and personalizing the employee upskilling experience.
You can download the full State of Upskilling report here to learn more about how Pluralsight can help drive digital transformation and tech fluency at your organization.
BMO is a leading North American bank driven by a single purpose: to Boldly Grow the Good in business and life. Our Purpose informs our strategy, drives our ambition, and reinforces our commitments to progress: for a thriving economy, a sustainable future and an inclusive society. As the 8th largest bank in North America by assets, we provide personal and commercial banking, wealth management and investment services to more than 12 million customers. We’re proud to be fueling progress for individuals, families and businesses across North America.
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