What You’ll Learn:
The Higher Ed industry is facing some significant disruptions and talent challenges in 2017. As an industry that affects the futures of thousands of young people, institutions are facing pressure to respond and adapt to the changing landscape in order to stay relevant.
One critical area of focus that will be crucial for institutions is effective workforce planning. In this webinar you will learn the 5 best practices for workforce planning. Through the lens of successful case studies, we will explore how to implement workforce planning within higher education institutions and adapt workforce planning solutions from other sectors.
Brian Wilkerson – hrQ
Brian is a deep specialist in driving innovative strategies and using cutting-edge planning techniques to help organizations secure their future. Brian has worked with several large companies designing and implementing a new workforce planning approach and tolls to address multiple workforce challenges. His expertise in workforce planning include pending retirements, the growth of green energy, cost pressures, extensive growth plans and much more.
Ken Pinnock – University of Denver
Ken is the Director of People Development for the University of Denver. His current role encompasses designing and delivering development programs for faculty and staff, including the Leadership Academy and Supervisory Core Competency courses. He is a frequent presenter and trainer nationally and has delivered learned programs for client firms internationally.
Wednesday, February 15, 2017
1 pm EST/10 am PST
Click HERE to register for our Webinar!
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