Webinars & Events
What We're Doing and Where We'll Be
We’re looking forward to seeing network Navigators and Coaches at the WorkLab Innovations annual training event! The event will be held at Gary Community Investments in downtown Denver near Union Station.
Join Liddy Romero, Managing Director of WorkLab Innovations, to learn about the Sustainable Workforce Model and WorkLab's approach to post-hire support. By actively engaging employers as partners and paying members, WorkLab's model offers a sustainable approach to improving the retention, stability and growth of frontline workers.
It's easier than you might expect to implement customer feedback surveys. Hear about the approach WorkLife Partnership took to update its survey process for both clients and employers with a Listen4Good grant. What changed in its approach and survey design? What learnings did it encounter along the way, and what advice would it give to other sites based on its experience?
Join Cindy Williams, Deputy Director of WorkLife Partnership, and learn more about how you can use client and employer feedback to inform your programs and fuel continuous improvement.
Sam Sinkhorn, Marketing Manager at WorkLife, presents easy ideas for connecting with your prospects without feeling like a nuisance.
What is program management's role in ensuring high standards when it comes to data, and what kind of quality control might be needed when it comes to collecting and using data? Then, what are some ways to deploy that data to have impactful conversations?
Please join Taisha Rojas-Parker of Workforce Connection, and Cindy Williams and Ryan Jeffers from WorkLife Partnership in a 60-minute panelist discussion.
How have other WorkLab members set up partnerships with DHHS, or attempted to align with DHHS? What did it take to get started? How have network members adapted to changes in the DHHS system? What has worked/hasn't worked when incorporating DHHS staff into a program?
We'll look at these learnings in a 30-minute webinar with two of the network members: