Joel Bashevkin om fremtidens arbeidsmarked og talentutvikling 17. oktober
Fremtidens medarbeidere vil stille annerledes krav til bedriften når det gjelder muligheter for egen utvikling. Faglig utvikling forventes, men innsikt og læring hentes fra flere fronter enn før. De bedriftene som ivaretar hele mennesket, og har en åpen tilnærming til innhold, vil lykkes.
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Tirsdag 17. oktober kl 1400-1600
Arrangør: Prospera, TEKNA og Great Place to Work
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Joel Bashevkin kommer til Ingeniørenes Hus 17. oktober. Han vil fortelle hvordan pro bono-bevegelsen er blitt en integrert del av næringslivet i de store byene i USA. En innsats like viktig for næringslivet som de ideelle organisasjonene.
Pro bono-prosjektet er et format der omstilling, nye perspektiver, og det å mestre å jobbe i små kjappe team er nøkkelen. Pro bono-prosjekter tilgjengeliggjør disse formatene for selskaper i transformasjon og tilgjengeliggjør tjenester for ideelle organisasjoner som ellers ikke hadde hatt råd til dette.
Joel Bashevkin has been a central figure developing the pro bono field in the United States. Under his leadership his teams delivered 500,000 hours of pro bono services worth $ 50m. This was made possible in collaboration with business leaders and their desire to offer unique professional experience to their employees. Since then, Joel has developed similar networks in China, Singapore, Japan, Portugal, Germany, Canada, Mexico and Brazil through the Global Pro Bono Network.
How can pro bono leverage your career?
—Many forms of volunteering will help support a professional’s career, especially through pro bono service. Among the top benefits are professional development, personal growth, career exploration, and community building.
Many professionals seek more professional growth than are provided by their employers. By participating in pro bono efforts, the professional receives the most powerful form of development – experiential learning. They can grow professionally and then showcase their competencies for career steps. In a global study, 92% of hiring managers agree that volunteering improves employee’s broader skill sets and is an effective way to improve leadership skills.
Increasingly, soft skills are becoming the more valued development area rather than focusing on hard technical skills. Pro bono programs create opportunities to develop strong teamwork, listening, problem solving and cultural awareness. A professional who thrives in innovative environments will benefit from taking on pro bono projects that introduce them to new situations, customer insights, challenges and require the professional to adapt to meet the needs of the community. Candidates who have community experience are more likely to be hired than their counterparts, since hiring managers find that these are the most dedicated and focused employees.
Lastly the professional connects to the community in a deep and lasting way, strengthening a bond with that community, developing a pride in their profession and career path, becoming a happier, engaged and valued employee.