Intersectionality is a word being used more frequently, and that's because our world is immensely more complicated today than it was even 12 months ago. No L&D challenge stands on its own, and we have to think about the long-term implications of every solution we create and offer to our employees. During this talk, Matthew will share research he and his team at Guild have been doing on how skill demand is changing, the responsibility L&D has to create talent mobility, and how to bring a diversity, equity, and inclusion lens to all of it. You'll walk away with a simple skill framework to apply to your work to help you make sure the L&D offerings you have today are more equitable and creating true talent development for where your organization is going in the future.
Organizational Capability: Organization Development & Culture
About Our Speaker - Matthew Daniel
Matthew is a 15 year veteran of leading and consulting on talent development and learning transformations in Fortune 100s.
At Guild, he leads research and thought leadership on topics like the intersection of L&D and DEI, talent trends based on economic indicators, talent mobility, and the future of work.
He works with current and prospective Fortune 500 clients put together plans to upskill and reskill their talent to be ready for the Future of Work.
Prior to joining Guild (by way of the acquisition of Entangled.Solutions), Matthew built his own consultancy focused on learning strategy, learning technology, and experience design for Fortune 100s including Nike, Cigna Healthcare, GSK, Microsoft, and General Motors. Additionally, Matthew has led enterprise learning technology and design for Capital One during their Digital Transformation.
Matthew has recently been published in industry outlets like TD, CLO, HR.com, CTDO, and Training Magazine and served on the advisory board for the Learning Conference. Matthew regularly speaks at national and local industry events, including for ATD and ISPI.