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Fort Collins, CO 80521
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This month’s interview features Paulette Hansen, Director of Career Development at The Neenan Company. Listen to her speak on what businesses need to develop great supervisors. She will be facilitating a four-part supervisor training series at the LCWC starting on July 11th – August 1st. Register
2012 Strategic Plan
To support the economic health of business with a skilled, knowledgeable and prepared workforce.
The Larimer County Workforce Investment Board:
- Represents the community
- Provides employer-led, strategic leadership
- Convenes necessary partners to assist employers to find talent in existing and emerging industries
- Assists residents to reach their fullest employment potential
- Works with community resources
- Strategic Objective #1
Focus – Increase WIB focus on workforce and economic trends through use of data and measurement of results.
- Strategic Objective #2
Marketing - Increase visibility of WIB and Workforce Center services to business, labor, education, economic development, community, government and other stakeholders.
- Strategic Objective #3
Partnerships – Strengthen alignment between business, labor, education, economic development, community, government and other partners to support a changing business environment.
- Strategic Objective #4
Funding – Maximize sustainable funding for local WIB projects and initiatives.
- Strategic Objective #5
Advocacy – Increase our collective voice to influence legislation and educate legislators.
WIB Special Report: Industries and Occupations Driving the Northern Colorado Economy
by Gary Horvath (2/2012)