There are many reason you should choose to partner with higher education to address upskilling and reskilling needs. Some key reason include access to large talent ecosystems and subject matter experts, breadth and depth of knowledge, flexibility, and future focus.
Business leaders, association leaders, and peer academic leaders need to collaborate on identifying, and filling, emerging skill gaps. This is your call to action.
Professional development is evolving from completing a course to a lifelong journey to learn and grow. Here are five professional skills that with a little extra focus and development can help enhance your career.
There are several resources that will help you grow in your professional development. Some of the most accessible resources are books. We compiled this reading list to help get you started.
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Natasha Griffin is the new diversity, equity, and inclusion manager at Penfield Children’s Center. She was one of the first professionals to graduate with the new Professional Certificate in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.
Organizations that want to hire and retain diverse talent often struggle to attract candidates in those demographics because the company’s existing structures and practices are driving away those it’s trying to attract. Part of the solution to this problem is integrating diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts into your team building processes.
In a roundtable conversation, clients from organizations of varying sizes and industries shared how they’re furthering their commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
anzy Lawhorn is the senior director of diversity, inclusion, and organizational development at Sargento Foods Inc. and is the current vice chair of the Center for Advanced Studies in Business board of directors, of which the Wisconsin School of Business Center for Professional & Executive Development is a part.
Successful leaders know that creating and fostering a diverse organization is an immense benefit. Here are a few recommendations to gain support from key stakeholders.