About the presentation
In the ever-changing landscape of workforce development, companies need to implement best practices in their attraction and retention strategies to become an employer of choice. We’ll discuss all the generations comprising the current workforce and how we need to leverage their key characteristics, implement new learning, develop programs aligning with the way different generations learn, and rethink policies with the goal not only attract, but also retain these generations.
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Meet your presenter
Denise Ball is a workforce development specialist for Tooling U-SME. She served as a practitioner of best-in-class learning and development techniques for the manufacturing industry for more than 25 years. Her extensive background in workforce development includes hands-on experience in manufacturing as she assisted her family in running a small machine shop for several years. For the past 10 years, she’s guided the implementation of workforce education and skills training into corporations across the globe to help develop their employees with success, as well as facilitated workshops on best practices and various webinars. She resides in Ohio.
About the company
Tooling U-SME delivers versatile, competency-based learning and development solutions to the manufacturing community. Tooling U-SME partners with customers to build high performers who help their companies drive quality, profitability, productivity, innovation, and employee satisfaction. Working directly with hundreds of high schools, communities, technical colleges, and universities, Tooling U-SME is able to help prepare the next-generation workforce by providing industry-driven curriculum.