Now Available On Demand
Originally Recorded: March 02, 2017
Sponsor: Life Cycle Engineering
Speakers: Thomas Wilk, Editor-In-Chief, Plant Services and Bill Wilder, Founder & Director of the Life Cycle Institute, Life Cycle Engineering
Plant Services is conducting a survey in fall 2016 of manufacturing and industrial production professionals, asking them a comprehensive set of questions on workforce-related topics ranging from the effects of automation on their facility's labor force to the qualities they look for in an employer. This webinar, presented by Plant Services Editor-in-Chief Thomas Wilk, will focus on the key findings of the survey.
Also being presented by our sponsor:
Your workforce needs training. How do you make sure you’re getting a return on your investment?
Training is expensive in terms of money and time. How do you make sure you’ll get the results you need – the workforce skills required to meet your company’s performance objectives? Bill Wilder, CMRP, Director of Life Cycle Institute, will walk you the process of identifying training objectives and performance expectations, preparing people beforehand, and managing post-training performance to maximize results. He’ll also discuss the benefits of different types of training and explain the difference between certificates and certification. Webinar participants will also gain access to a learning resource and template for improving the results from training.
About our speaker:
Bill Wilder, CMRP
Founder & Director of the Life Cycle Institute
Life Cycle Engineering
Bill Wilder, M.Ed., is the founder and director of the Life Cycle Institute. The Institute integrates the science of learning and the science of change management to help organizations produce results through behavior change. Bill led the creation of the 3A Learning® process that incorporates the concepts of active learning and change management. He has worked with many organizations to develop learning and change management solutions that engage people and drive accountability for behavior changes that deliver results. Bill leads the Change Management practice at LCE. He is a certified Prosci Change Management Professional and Advanced Instructor.