Title: Engineering Career Development: How to Manage and Retain the Future Workforce
Speaker: Ms. Tiffany Aukema
Speaker Bio: Tiffany has over 18 years’ experience in human resources. Her areas of expertise include performance management, employee relations, manager and staff training, and competency modeling. She facilitates workshops, seminars, and focus groups to help organizations stay current with thought leadership in issues such as employee relations, performance management, and diversity. Tiffany’s expertise in competency modeling and performance management includes developing accurate job competencies to establish workforce development programs for organizations of all sizes. Tiffany currently is a consultant with HR Advisors Group and specializes in the A/E industries.
As the engineering industry continues to grow, managers need to be prepared to lead and retain a diverse workforce. During this course, the facilitator will discuss the characteristics of the incoming engineering workforce and how to best engage them by providing leadership in career development. Younger engineers will also benefit from this course, as the facilitator will discuss how to be prepared for a career in engineering and what to expect.
- Educate managers on the characteristics of the incoming workforce
- Learn tools to engage and retain engineers in their career
Provide young engineers with basic expectations of starting their career in engineering PDH: