Webinar: Thinking Outside the Box to Grow Your Talent Pool – Hire a Veteran
Includes a Live Event on 05/25/2022 at 1:00 PM (EDT)
Organizations struggle with the cost of hiring new staff combined with high rates of employee turnover. In addition the future workforce has new expectations of what they expect their job to look like. These challenges require us to be strategic and creative in how we attract and grow talent. What if there was a talent pool that you could tap into that was educated, well-trained, disciplined, and experienced? And the best part is, this talent pool has a demonstrated commitment to public service. These future public leaders are those who have served in the military. Veterans are a workforce that can help you to fill the ranks of your local government in a time when all organizations are struggling to find and maintain skilled and accomplished people.
· What types of skills do cities and counties need?
· What skills do veterans have that meet these needs?
· How can local government organizations reach the veterans talent pool?
· Are the stereotypes real?
IPMA-HR is bringing you this webinar in partnership with ICMA.
(This webinar is open to all.)
City of Savannah
Jeffery Grant is an HR professional with over 15 years of experience. He holds an undergraduate degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Human Resource Management from Georgia Southern University and a Master’s of Business Administration from Kennesaw University. He is certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) by the Human Resources Certification Institute, SHRM-Senior Certified Professional (SCP) by the Society of Human Resource Management, and a certified EQi-2.0, Emotional Intelligence practitioner.
Lynn Phillips (Moderator)
Veterans Programs Manager
Lynn is a Senior Program Manager for ICMA specializing in the Veterans, Coaching, and Scholarships programs. Lynn’s passion is connecting Veterans to careers in local government and she has spent the past two years promoting and growing ICMA’s Veterans Local Government Management Fellowship from a grass roots effort that began in the Pikes Peake Region of Colorado, to a National Program supported by the Department of Defense with over 87 fellowship locations across the United States. Prior to her position with ICMA, Lynn spent 30 years in the United States Army and supporting the Army as a Civilian and Contractor.