Facing many of the same workforce challenges being seen in the transportation industry, one large healthcare organization has built a successful model for growing its talent pool. Based on the fundamentals of diversity, equity, and inclusion, the program at UW Health, in southcentral Wisconsin, is growing the skilled workforce they need through an innovative use of community partnerships and home-grown internship and training programs.
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"How to Change the Senior Leadership Mindset from Talk to Action." We ask that everyone comes to the table ready and willing to contribute to the conversation. Please bring your burning questions on how to change the mindset of senior leadership along with any ideas, resources, or best practices that you may have to share.
Inspiring the employees of the future to pursue careers in transportation requires not just career awareness but it also requires that we change existing perceptions about the field.
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