Learning and the Future of Work


At BMO, making a positive difference for our employees by ensuring they are enabled to live our Purpose, to boldly grow the good—in business and life.  Professional development and training are critical enablers of growth, both for employees individually and the bank overall. As the world around us evolves at a rapid pace, with technology transforming our industry and changing the way we work, BMO is taking a bold approach to learning experiences in an effort to compete for the best talent and build capabilities of our people for today, and for the future.

In this video, BMO’s CEO, Darryl White, and Chief Human Resources Officer, Mona Malone, discuss how new approaches to learning and skills development will help BMO employees remain a capable, inclusive, highly-skilled workforce able to seize the opportunities of the future.



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