Experiencing Labour and Skills Shortages? Or needing to create jobs?
The workforce is changing.
With uncertainty and external drivers taking over, it might be difficult to see what your workforce and jobs is going to look like in the short to medium term, let alone the longer term.
Many plans are being changed regularly with new ways of working, communicating and structuring work, some industry sectors contracting and others seeing demand outstripping supply.
Are You Interested in The Future of Jobs, Skills and Work &/or World-class Education?
And whilst there are numerous headlines, reports and people suggesting they are experts on these topics, many are pure guesses on forecasts without evidence from employers and industry sectors – quotes taken out of context that are negative and unhelpful at best.
Evidence based information and insights on matching current and future workforce needs, and/or learning more about the ‘how to’ of workforce planning and development is now more than ever before a critical capability for leaders and practitioners at this time.
Developing a strategic workforce plan can be challenging and confusing, getting stuck in the analysis and detail, or you may have push back from your colleagues because of all the changes that are being faced with the unclear futures, changes to technology and work.
In your country or region, you may have high unemployment and need to create employment and new jobs. Maybe you are looking at the future from an education perspective, building 21st Century capabilities, entrepreneurship and innovation with career resilience but not knowing how to go about it.
With a head office in Adelaide, South Australia, Workforce BluePrint has clients across all Australian states and territories, and global connections in Africa, Bhutan, Ecuador, Fiji, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Maldives, Mongolia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore and the USA, helping you to design a strategic workforce plan, workforce development program or project.
Areas of specialiSation
Workforce Planning and Development
Capability and professional development includes in-country and Australian based conferences, projects and programs in apprenticeships,
Vocational Education and
Action research and change management; Business analysis and program design; Facilitation and professional development; iv. Reform,
Coaching and mentoring; Future of jobs, skills and work; Immersive experiences; New discovery technologies; 21st Century Capabilities
ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND INNOVATION
A practical approach, working with startups and entrepreneurs facilitated through coaching and mentoring in many aspects of running a business as well as leveraging connections. Programs are run for primary and high school students, VET and Higher Education students as well as those participating in startup accelerator programs or initiatives including intrapreneurs, Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and social enterprises.
Coaching and mentoring business, government, industry and regional leaders, educators, entrepreneurs, Ministers and MPs, startups and Small Medium Enterprises, the approach is very practical and supportive, focusing on getting you unstuck, with outstanding feedback.
Working alongside Startups & Side Hustles, those who are Self Employed & Sub Contractors, Small Businesses, Scaleups and Standouts. Read more about the free Entrepreneurship Facilitator Service for Adelaide – West, Switch Start Scale if you want to take your business or idea to the next level.