Welcome to Future Ready

COVID-19 is transforming business, speeding the adoption of new technologies. Meanwhile, the division between work and learning is blurring. How can our workforce adapt to the future while it’s being created? Kaiser Permanente’s Future Ready Thought Leader Series this year will showcase innovative ways to learn at work and adopt new clinical practices. Join our virtual series to find steps you can take to respond to these changes and be future ready.





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Past Events

Learning new skills

Priscilla Gill and Dawn Nelson of Mayo Clinic

How do you mobilize your workforce to both deliver care today while making time to learn the skills needed tomorrow? Get insights into the future of workforce learning from Priscilla Gill and Dawn Nelson of Mayo Clinic. They will detail the integrated health system’s efforts to create a learning environment and provide examples of how to build learning into delivering care. Learn steps you can take to be future ready. Kaiser Permanente nurse education leader Peggi Winter will moderate the live webcast.

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Michelle Weise Ph.D.

Michelle Weise in Oakland

Michelle Weise, chief innovation officer, Strada Institute for the Future of Work, discusses the importance of continuing to learn both technical skills and human skills such as communication and problem-solving. “Cultivating our uniquely human skills may be the best way to prepare for an uncertain future,” Weise says in the first Future Ready event. To learn more, read this story and view the replay.

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Ben Pring in Portland

Benjamin Pring, director of the Center for the Future of Work at Cognizant, discusses the newest trends in workforce skills. “The only way to deal with disruption is to be proactive,” Pring says in the second Future Ready event. “Invent your own future rather than allow the future to happen to you.” To learn more, read this story and view the replay.

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