‘Legacy of Learning’ panel will offer advice to potential business starters
Looks at postgraduate entrepreneurship and America’s criminal justice system will join the final week of Careerpalooza as coming-week highlights at Norwich University.
NORTHFIELD, Vt. — Norwich University Innovation Center of Denver presents “Redefining Workforce Development in a Challenging Business Reality,” a free one-day online symposium, on Oct. 28.
Workshop sessions, running from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. MDT, will teach new workforce initiatives and employee training concepts to help human resource professionals, executive management and trainers remain successful in the rapidly changing marketplace.
Sessions from Norwich Pro® will spur discussion on key topics in today's workforce development in the age of a pandemic, a changing economy and more:
Attendees will access a virtual online environment to view the virtual symposium, participate and network.
Register online at pro.norwich.edu/symposium by Oct. 26.
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