Webinars – Previous Live Programs

SAFETY AND EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS IN THE WORKPLACE

Original Program Description

Walton Roper with the New York Department of Labor will present Safety and Emergency Preparedness for the Workplace.

Mr. Roper will discuss how to address workplace violence by creating a plan to help ensure that staff is prepared. Important steps will be presented like prevention, awareness and action, including dealing any related trauma and what can be learned from an incident.

Mr. Roper has years of experience in facilities safety management and will rely on his experience to teach you how to protect yourself, your colleagues and your customers.

Original broadcast date Wednesday, December 11, 2019

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TAKE THIS JOB AND LOVE IT

Original Program Description

Today’s job market is changing at a rapid pace. Employers needs are changing as are their processes to hire the right person for the job.

What’s the most successful path to job acquisition? How do you create a resume that makes an impact? How do I make sure I make a great impression during my interview?

Join us for this great webinar to learn the best tips and techniques to create the best resume to make an impact! Learn how to enhance your interviewing skills to let them know the right person for the job is right across the desk!

Original broadcast dateWednesday, November 20, 2019

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FEDERAL WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT UPDATE

 

Original Program Description

The International Association of Workforce Professionals (IAWP) is pleased to announce that one of Washington’s foremost counselors on policy and legislative advocacy, Lee Foley, will present an update on new and emerging workforce development topics at the federal level.

For more than 30 years, Lee has advised clients and represented various interests before the U.S. Congress and the Executive Branch. In the award winning book Coyote Warrior, investigative journalist Paul VanDevelder writes Lee Foley is “the best in the city.”

Prior to his lobbying career, Lee served in a variety of positions in Washington including, White House domestic policy adviser, Chief of Staff of the predecessor agency to the Office of Community Services at the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). He also served on the staff of the U.S. Senate’s Labor and Public Welfare Committee (now called the HELP Committee) and the Senate Finance Committee.

Original broadcast dateWednesday, October 16, 2019

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ACTIVE SHOOTER RESPONSE IN THE WORKPLACE

 

Original Program Description

The International Association of Workforce Professionals (IAWP) has partnered with Threat Suppression, Inc. to present Active Shooter Response for the Workplace. Although responding to active shooters in the workplace, is a topic we wish we didn’t need to present, the safety and protection of all individuals, takes precedence.

During this one hour presentation, Mike Clumpner, a leading authority on the issue, will discuss the many facets of active shooters in the workforce.  Mike will share real actions you can take if you are confronted with an active shooter event and ways to prepare your workplace in case such an event was to happen.

Mike Clumpner, PhD, MBA, CHS, NRP, the President and Chief Executive Officer of Threat Suppression, Incorporated. Mr. Clumpner has a PhD in homeland security policy and conducted his doctoral dissertation on public safety response. He also has 24 years of experience in public safety as a firefighter, paramedic, and law enforcement officer.

Original broadcast dateWednesday, September 11, 2019

USE LINKEDIN LIKE A PRO

 

Original Program Description

Workforce Professionals will have the opportunity to learn about LinkedIn, from one of their own. Kimberly Myers, CWP is a LinkedIn guru and Outreach and Resource Coordinator at WorkSource Pierce, County Washington. To achieve her goals, Kim leads social media initiatives and utilizes LinkedIn.

Kim’s presentation will address questions like:

  • What is LinkedIn and how can it work for me?
  • How do I build a LinkedIn profile that attracts employers and viewers?
  • How do I build my LinkedIn network?
  • How is LinkedIn different from Facebook and other social media platforms?

Original broadcast date – Wednesday, August 28, 2019

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WORKFORCE MANAGERS TOOL KIT

 

Original Program Description

IAWP is pleased to announce that Janelle Guthrie, Communications Director for the Washington Employment Security Department, will deliver a live online training session on the Workforce Managers Communication Toolkit.

Communication is one of the most important skills a manager can develop. Studies show front-line managers are the most trusted, most credible sources of information in any organization. Learn how to build upon that credibility to help your team achieve its goals.

Original broadcast date – Wednesday July 10, 2019

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