Kaiser Permanente employees are invited to join the third Workforce Development Week, February 6 to 8. At this virtual event, you’ll hear from colleagues and leaders across Kaiser Permanente with tips for building skills and developing your career. Health care is changing rapidly. The best way to prepare is to keep learning and build resilience. Sign up for Workforce Development Week to access the content.
Most sessions will be prerecorded and less than 15 minutes. View the sessions that interest you at any time, as your schedule allows, even after the week is over.
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Workforce Development Week will focus on steps you can take today to:
- Access education and training resources to enhance your professional skills
- Explore career paths
- Use tuition reimbursement and education trusts
- Engage with mentors, counselors and coaches
- Prepare for tomorrow’s jobs
Event highlights include:
- Mentoring and Workplace Culture: A panel discussion February 6, from noon to 1 p.m. Pacific time, on how mentoring can help build a supportive workplace culture. Speakers: Patricia Pittman, George Washington University health workforce equity professor, and Laura Long and Ije-Enu Nwosu, Kaiser Permanente senior leaders.
- EPIC (Education Partnerships Inspiring Change) Awards: These new awards honor the top workforce development efforts in the Labor Management Partnership. You decide People’s Choice for your favorite training program.
- Workle: Play our version of Wordle, with a new challenge word each day.
Workforce Development Week is hosted by National Workforce Planning and Development. It’s sponsored by Kaiser Permanente, the Alliance of Health Care Unions, and the Coalition of Kaiser Permanente Unions.