Webinar: Workforce Planning in a World of Disruption - Ten Tips For Restoring Sanity
Attendees in this workshop will review the most pressing issues that Human Resources professionals are addressing in today’s disjointed and complex marketplace. In addition, they will review strategies for immediate and long term solutions that will affirmatively impact their workforce and in the long run their community. Case studies will be included for use by attendees after the session within their own organizations/human resources teams.
I. Addressing Today’s Marketplace Reality - Good, Bad and Indifferent
II. Prioritizing Issues - Solving Problems for the Short Term for Workforce Planning
III. Ten Tips for Time and Resource Management
IV. Continuous Evaluation of Decision Points - Achieving All Business Goals
Dr. Teri J. Traaen, Ed.D., D.P.A, IPMA-SCP, SHRM-CP
Traaen & Associates, LLC
Teri J. Traaen, Ed.D., D.P.A. is the owner and Chief Executive Officer of Traaen & Associates, LLC. Traaen & Associates, LLC is a human resource management organization with four service divisions. These service divisions include: technical human resource management services; employee and labor relations interventions; government relations, as well as training and organizational development services. Services are provided throughout the United States to the private, public and not for profit sectors.
Dr. Traaen’s professional experience includes over thirty years in the human resource field. Her professional service includes leading highly complex human resource teams in small, medium and large municipal government sectors, an urban K-12 public school district, as well as a community college/county partnership for federally funded job training and development in support of rural economic development. Dr. Traaen’s professional experience is supported by two earned doctoral degrees, including a Doctorate in Public Administration and a Doctorate in Higher and Adult Education. She has served as the Arizona Chapter President for IPMA-HR, as well as the Western Region President for IPMA-HR.