9th Annual Kentucky Workforce Summit

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$599/Kentucky Chamber/SHRM/KYSHRM Member
$299 Non-profit/Government rate
Special Offer: Send one, get one free


Contact Lori Jo Goff at [email protected] or 502-848-8727 to take advantage of special offers and/or non-profit and government pricing.

Why attend?

Creating a highly skilled workforce requires strong public programs and leadership from the private sector. The Kentucky Workforce Summit will focus on what is happening right now in Kentucky — and what needs to happen going forward — to ensure the quality of the state’s workforce and improve the state’s economic position at home and around the globe.

Compelling reasons you should attend:

  • Get up-to-speed on current Kentucky initiatives aimed at ensuring a high-quality workforce and enhancing the state's economic position.
  • Hear from industry and government experts on critical workforce topics.
    • constructing talent pipelines
    • implementing employer-led collaboratives
    • leveraging data in hiring and training decisions
    • creating reskilling programs, and
    • addressing workplace substance abuse
  • Gain invaluable, actionable insights and strategies to drive meaningful progress in cultivating a future-ready workforce.
  • Empower your organization to find solutions and collaborate cross-sector to tackle pressing workforce challenges.
  • Learn how your organization can implement and lead impactful change through an understanding of Kentucky’s workforce needs and emerging solutions.

Who should attend?

Professionals involved in managing staff, operations and security — everyone from the CEO to the HR Manager.

  • Policy leaders
  • Human resources personnel and HR consultants
  • Business owners
  • Personnel directors and managers
  • Employee relations specialists
  • Career and technical educators
  • Trade association members
  • Education professionals from P-12 and postsecondary
  • State and local workforce innovation board members
  • healthcare and wellness
  • recovery and substance abuse facilities
  • workforce development

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