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Dr. Amelie Villeneuve
Interview  | 

«The people who will be most employable are those most willing to play and learn»

Dr. Daniel Stoller-Schai:

Dear Amelie, what are the biggest challenges with regard to "Future Skills" for UBS?

Dr. Amelie Villeneuve:

There are so many biases and assumptions that get in the way of this issue. I think the ideas that we can compute which skills are required in isolation, that we assume that they are lacking because professionals are deficient, and that if we simply provide know-how then the skills will suddenly be evidenced in context in a system and be successful are all myths.

So we need to be much more comfortable than we are to look at skills in context, in combination with capacity, mindset and to develop in networks and not in individuals alone.

Dr. Daniel Stoller-Schai: 

What do I have to do as an individual employee in a company to maintain or expand my employability?

Dr. Amelie Villeneuve:

Putting experiences to one side, I would focus on two things; 1. Attitude. The people who will be most employable are those most willing to play and learn, who are curious and super agile, and 2. I'd focus on three elements of a career plan – firstly to develop a set of missions (not just short term goals), secondly to gather as many leftfield experiences as possible which will accelerate maturity and provide a unique combination of experiences, and thirdly to actively manage personal resilience, wellbeing and health.

Dr. Daniel Stoller-Schai: 

What are possible new job profiles that will play a role in the near future?

Dr. Amelie Villeneuve:

I can't say about job titles per se, but I can see that people who are able to be flexible, entrepreneurial and connected to the broader social context are likely to thrive. With the accelerating rate of change, the blurring of industry boundaries and important shifts in the global economy, it's clear to me that the nature of expertise is likely to change dramatically. Perhaps this means that job profiles themselves will change and become less distinct.

Dr. Daniel Stoller-Schai: 

What form of learning do companies need to offer in order to remain competitive and attractive to employees?

Dr. Amelie Villeneuve:

Learning needs to be fully integrated into work, life and play. This means it needs to be omnichannel and intelligent enough to integrate everything from my work performance, my biometrics, my goals and my location.

Dr. Daniel Stoller-Schai:

What would you learn today if you were 20 again?

Dr. Amelie Villeneuve:

I would take more time to spend with my family.

Dr. Daniel Stoller-Schai:

Thanks a lot for your insights – we are looking forward to meeting you in Zürich next April.

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