On November 13, 2019 the Eau Claire Chamber, hosted by the Pablo Center and sponsored by Royal Credit Union, Marshfield Clinic, Momentum West, MRA, Prevea Health and Xcel Energy provided Workforce training and solutions to over 200 attendees. With over 140 businesses represented, the Summit provided Employers in the region an opportunity for networking and solutions based learning. WE are incredibly thankful to the Chamber's Workforce Development Committee, Workforce Summit Taskforce and over 30 panelists and speakers for making this day an opportunity for change and growth in our communities.
Please enjoy the presentations and resources provided throughout the day below.
Success at the 2nd Annual Workforce Solutions Summit came in many forms...
The Trends Transforming Our Workforce Future, Ted Abernathy From Economic Leadership LLC
Wisconsin Workforce Competitiveness Evaluation (Full Report: WMC Foundation)
Ted Abernathy Presentation: Future Wisconsin Summit (December 2018, Video: 46:38)
The New Realities of Attraction and Retention - We Can't do Things the Old Way Any More, Jim Morgan From MRA
Think Eau Claire - Talent Initiative
Effective Hiring Practices, Beth Mathison From MRA
The Key to Talent Retention, Dan Burns from Chippewa Valley Technical College
Bringing It Home: Specific Strategies for our Region of the State, Drew Conrad From Institute of decision making
Momentum West's Talent Retention & Attraction Strategic Action Plan
Telling Our Story - Statewide and Regional Tools to Attract talent from Elsewhere
Our Regional Talent Strategy: What's now and what's next, Drew Conrad From institute of Decision Making
How to Take Advantage of the Chamber's Workforce Playbook, Kaylynn Stahlbusch from Eau Claire Area Chamber
Employee Retention: Work, Play and Stay in the Chippewa Valley, Wes Escondo from Big Brothers Big Sisters
Premiere of the Make Chippewa Valley Video
Innovative Workplace and leadership practices, Keith Peterson from MRA
Recruiting and up-skilling under-employed workers
Recruiting and Working with veterans
Critical Components of Succession Planning, Deb Clarke from Chippewa Valley Technical College
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