Laura Ferber, co-owner of Ferber Group, was one of the 10 speakers at Wednesday evening's HR 10x6
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On Wednesday evening, Paperjam Club held a 10x6 HR event focused on the skills needed for tomorrow in an era of increasing digitalisation.
Here are 3 key takeaways from the event, which was held at the headquarters of PwC Luxembourg:
Nico Binsfeld, project coordinator at Skills Bridge: “The skills that should be developed to cope with digital are mainly curiosity, the ability to learn and to adapt.”
Jamal Bin Huwaireb, CEO of Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Knowledge Foundation: “We need to keep an open mind to other cultures and countries to share skills.”
Aziz Zenasni, programme director, Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST): “The researcher of tomorrow will have to be critical and open-minded and acquire emotional intelligence, in addition to technical skills.”
The other speakers included Laura Ferber, co-owner, Ferber Group; Sabrina Lemaire, head of marketing, Post Luxembourg; Magali Maillot and Antoine Reillier, HR director and senior associate at Allen & Overy; Louis De Looz-Coswarem, HR director, BGL BNP Paribas; Rémi Fouilloy, managing director, Morgan Philips Executive Search; Raphaël Frank, assistant professor, Sacred Heart University; and Christine Homolko, independent LinkedIn and career coach.
For other key takeaways, visit Delano’s sister site, Paperjam. To keep up to date with future 10x6 events, held in French and English (simultaneous interpretation available), visit Paperjam Club.