• Leaders addressed key challenges to tackle scarcity of cybersecurity talent 
  • Importance of Reskilling and Upskilling talent especially the youth
  • Building resilience in an uncertain world
  • Shift towards Sustainability and Green Energy

The World Economic Forum #SpecialMeeting24 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia delved into crucial themes of inclusive growth, global collaboration, and energy for development, paving the way for meaningful dialogue and actionable insights.

Adecco leadership, Mayank Patel, VP Sales EEMENA & Country Head Middle East had an opportunity to attend the forum that brought together over 700 influential participants to discuss pressing issues and emerging trends, particularly in the field of AI, productivity, and cybersecurity talent.

Huge Talent Scarcity of Cybersecurity talent worldwide

The latest white paper of the World Economic Forum for Strategic Cybersecurity Talent Framework addressed significant talent gap in the cybersecurity sector and featured actionable approach to help organizations build sustainable talent pipelines.

Organizations and Institutions should emphasize on investing in people with upskilling and reskilling initiatives. Empower the youth and working population through targeted education and training programs will prepare them for the future of work.

Being Uncertain is the only certain thing

Amongst growing economic uncertainties, economic and fundamental leaders believe in the power of human capital that drives growth. Leaders are ready to face these uncertainties by maintaining the momentum to grow and be ready to what the future upholds.

Shift towards green energy and sustainability workforce

Leaders at the World Economic Forum, discussed towards promoting a global energy transition for a sustainable development. This transition underscores the need for educational institutions to equip students with the skills necessary to thrive in sustainable jobs and projects. Organizations must adapt to the changing landscape by seeking out talent proficient in emerging fields such as electric vehicles and green sectors.

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