SAN MATEO, Calif. – Jan. 3, 2014
BraveNewTalent, the hybrid social learning and community platform for enterprise, today announced that founder and chief executive Lucian Tarnowski will speak on a panel during the forum The World in 2050: Talent Mobility and the Future Of Jobs; #2050jobs, taking place January 14, at The National Press Club in Washington, D.C.
CEO Lucian Tarnowski joins panelists including Teach For America and PepsiCo at The National Press Club on January 14
"While nearly 200 million people across the world are unemployed, multinational companies are struggling with jobs that remain vacant. Yet the inability to fill jobs is not only due to geographic imbalances in supply and demand but also due to large skill gaps between the needs of the 21st century economy and the output of the education systems", comments Ana C. Rold, Editor-in-Chief, Diplomatic Courier.
Sponsored by Diplomatic Courier, STEMconnector, and CumberlandCenter, the forum is designed to explore needed growth across government and business ecosystems through social and human capital, and the growing global war for talent.
"When you think of human capital as a global marketplace, I see two things: Firstly, human capital is the worlds most wasted resource". said Lucian Tarnowski, BraveNewTalent founder and CEO, “Secondly, the gap between demand of human capital and supply of human capital is growing wider every day. We can see the formal education system as the worlds largest failing middleman.”
Tarnowski believes that technology can provide a solution by opening up access to professional learning, allowing companies to train and develop people with needed skills. Tarnowski will speak during the Skills Gap panel session, at 2:30 p.m. Eastern Time, on Tuesday, January 14, 2013.
In addition to BraveNewTalent, the Talent Mobility and the Future Of Jobs forum will feature speakers from organizations including Wal-Mart, Sodexo, PepsiCo, and the US Chamber of Commerce.
About Diplomatic Courier
Diplomatic Courier is the global affairs magazine that connects the diplomatic and policy establishment to the next generation of leaders in diplomacy and foreign policy. Diplomatic Courier publishes six print issues per year, as well as weekly online at www.diplomaticourier.com. Diplomatic Courier is an independent publication both in its voice and its organization. Publishing opinions from all political spectrums, the Courier adheres to the ideals of freedom of expression, individualism, and fair and balanced journalism.
BraveNewTalent is a platform to improve workforce engagement through online learning communities. Online communities are places where members can connect, communicate and collaborate around relevant professional topics - both with fellow colleagues and with professionals outside of the organization. The result is a successful blend of just-in-time social learning and talent engagement across organizations' alumni, present, and future workforce.
For more information, visit https://bravenew.com