Steve Trautman is a leader in helping organizations replicate their top talent, and this talk will equip participants to act on the solution right away.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) January 21, 2014
The Steve Trautman Co., a firm that specializes in knowledge transfer, will participate in the Workforce Planning and Analytics Conference, which will be held online February 10-11. Trautman’s workshop, entitled Knowledge Transfer Across Generations: Preserving Your Secret Sauce, will be available from 1:30 p.m.-2:30 p.m. ET.
The webinar is hosted by HR.com, a website that provides support to human resources professionals across the globe. The site regularly hosts online workshops designed to help HR professionals, while also helping them earn the professional certification credits they need. Each one-hour webcast provides one credit for either the Institute of Human Resources or the HR Certification Institute recertification.
In today’s workforce, more workers than ever are retiring, taking with them decades of knowledge. The Steve Trautman Co. was founded to help businesses retain that knowledge, effectively passing it on to the next generation of workers. In his workshop, Trautman will discuss this important issue, offering valuable tips to HR executives that can help safeguard against losing information forever.
“HR executives are looking for solutions for their talent shortage problems,” says Julie Ogilvie, HR.com facilitator. “Steve Trautman is a leader in helping organizations replicate their top talent, and this talk will equip participants to act on the solution right away.”
In addition to reviewing the dangers of knowledge loss as workers leave, Trautman will also go over some other major challenges HR professionals are facing today. Issues such as new employee onboarding, job consistency, and corporate reorganizations are at the frontline of concerns that confront today’s organizations. Workforce planning is an important part of managing personnel in an organization, as businesses work to minimize the risks they face every day. Even the process of training new employees can pose a challenge for HR departments, as they strive to impart a great deal of information in a short time.
Trautman will explain how businesses can weather reorganizations, acquisitions, and new product development with a properly skilled workforce. In each situation, Trautman will explain, and organization has two groups: those who know and those who need to know. Through his 3-step knowledge transfer process, businesses are able to get the information from one group to another.
Based in Seattle, The Steve Trautman Co. works directly with organizations of all sizes, in a variety of industries. A customized Skill Development Plan will be created, based on the information Trautman’s team gathers from the organization’s existing structure and needs. Ongoing assessments will also be performed to make sure the knowledge transfer efforts have been successful, giving organizations the information they need to prove ROI. Trautman is considered the country’s top expert in knowledge transfer, having brought the concept to the attention of CEOs for the past two decades. His solutions are used by such major corporations as Boeing, Nike, Microsoft, BP, Costco, Kraft, Goodyear, and more
To register for Trautman’s session or any other part of the Workforce Planning and Analytics conference, visit http://www.hr.com/en/webcasts_events/virtual_events/upcoming_virtual_events/workforce-planning-and-analytics_he7a8i80.html. Registration is free.