Learn from the pros. Get expert tips on how to build skills and develop your career at Kaiser Permanente.
Author Beverly Kaye discusses her book "Love 'Em or Lose 'Em: Getting Good People to Stay” with Monica Morris, senior director of National Workforce Planning and Development. Learn 3 key traits of talent-focused leaders and strategies to increase employee engagement and retention. (22:35)
Angel Vargas, vice president for Care at Home in Southern California and Hawaii, shares his personal and professional passion for this growing career segment. “We’re dynamic, driven, diverse and dedicated,” says Vargas, who explores the variety of career opportunities in home health with project manager Raquel Soto Garcia. (12:41)
Finding ways to maintain your physical health is important. Get tips from kpfit's Nick Beam in a session hosted by senior workforce planning consultant Danielle Pollard. (17:22)
Author Beverly Kaye discusses her book "Up is Not the Only Way: Rethinking Career Mobility" with senior workforce planning consultant Nedra Daugherty. “Skills are critical. You won’t get very far without them. But around career, it’s not only skills,” Kaye says. “It’s skills, it’s interests and it’s values.” (22:09)
Have you ever considered using your tuition reimbursement benefit but didn't know how to get started? Get tips from Tuition Reimbursement's Tenisha Cook with senior workforce planning consultant Nicole Green. Find out what tuition reimbursement covers — it’s more than just tuition for a college degree —and how to get more information at KP Career Planning. (10:13)
How do you respond when you get frustrated? This episode offers tips on managing emotions at work. Get insights from emotional intelligence consultant DB Bedford, who’s spoken to Kaiser Permanente employees about staying resilient. The session is hosted by workforce planning consultant Danielle Pollard with SEIU UHW-West & Joint Employer Education Fund’s Rachel Lupole. (28:02)
The SEIU Healthcare 1199NW Multi-Employer Training Fund supports the career advancement of Washington health care workers. Angelica Reveles and Melanie Bermudez-Felix discuss available resources, including the role of regional education navigators, with nurse Cenetra Pickens. (7:47)
SEIU Healthcare 1199NW Multi-Employer Training Fund Executive Director Laura Hopkins discusses with medical assistant Carmen Diaz how the Training Fund pivoted to a distance learning approach as a result of the pandemic. (6:19)
Regional and multiregional training programs can help drive group learning experiences, enhance your team and keep employees current with specific training needs. Ben Hudnall Memorial Trust staff members Michele Phillips-Brooks and Koy Saechao discuss how to make these programs work for you and your region in a session hosted by workforce planning consultant Danielle Pollard. (11:18)
Career counselor Michele DeRosa from the Ben Hudnall Memorial Trust shares how to get help reaching your goals by creating and activating a career action plan. She discusses with workforce planning consultant Danielle Pollard resources available to Partnership union members. (17:57)
Career counselor Kareim McKnight from the SEIU UHW-West & Joint Employer Education Fund sits down with workforce planning consultant Danielle Pollard to share how Partnership union members can get help accessing available career counseling resources. (24:35)
Take your career growth to the next level by exploring Kaiser Permanente’s exciting world of mentoring. Learn from others as a mentor or mentee. Get tips from KP Mentoring’s Joseph Richards and Ann Tardy in a session hosted by Workforce of the Future implementation specialist Crystal Millard. (15:15)
Find out how to use this on-demand catalog of learning resources and identify the courses, videos and packages you want to access on KP Learn. Get tips from Enterprise Learning’s Jerry Sochor in a session hosted by workforce planning consultant Nedra Daugherty. (14:05)
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