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An important thing I learned in graduate school was to have satisfied employers were 1) competency (knowing their job/training excellence) and 2) belonging (community)
Rhonda Hodges, Patrick & Henry Community College
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The Success Profile has been highly recommended by various businesses across the region.
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Again - the Predictive Index has been a highly praised asset across the region
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Forgot to mention we are non profit consultants as well
Vaughan and Associates also serve non-profit companies as well as private sector
Do you automatically look for incentives or financial support for employers, or do they need to navigate through the multiple programs and services? Do you also partner between private and public sector partners?
How can we better benchmark best practices from within our employers so that they learn from one another?
Averett also has internships for credit for students to work with regional employers
from Tim Prillaman - Registered apprenticeships are excellent. I have implemented 2 while working in the public sector. Of the 20 participants with on company, 17 have been promoted to positions of additional responsibility, with increased compensation
Tim Prillaman - Most of my clients do partner with both private and public organizations. Leaders (especially mfg. and supply chain) are smothered with running the business, especially with short staffs. Same for HR leaders.
From Rhonda Hodges P&HCC - We automatically look for incentives and financial support and pull in the resources that may be available to them. And we do partner between public and private sector.
Katherine Bishop, Averett University, works with community partnerships - kbishop@Averett.edu