WEBINAR

    THE BATTLE FOR TALENT:
    INSIDE THE TRENDS & CHALLENGES
    FACING PUBLIC SECTOR HR LEADERS

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    Competition for talent has reached a fever pitch thanks to demographic and social forces. New research from NEOGOV, in collaboration with National Association of State Chief Administrators (NASCA) and Accenture, suggests that as the public and private sectors battle for talent, state government is falling too far behind in preparing for the workforce of the future. To close the gap—and attract the best talent—government organizations must start making bold moves today.

    In this FREE On-Demand webinar, you will learn the bold moves you can take to win the battle for talent, including:

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    Modernizing job descriptions to attract top talent

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    Improving your reputation by emphasizing employee development

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    Building your brand by promoting meaningful government work

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    Improving employee experience through automation

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    Transferring knowledge by developing a succession planning strategy

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    Presented by SHANE EVANGELIST - CEO, NEOGOV

    Shane Evangelist is a results-driven business leader with years of experience building and managing high performing teams. His expertise includes strategically attracting talent, cultivating organizational culture, and optimizing business outcomes.

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    Featuring BILL KILMARTIN - FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION INDUSTRY LEAD: NORTH AMERICA, ACCENTURE

    Bill Kilmartin provides strategic guidance to state and local governments with an emphasis on financial, human resource, and procurement transformation. Bill works with public sector organizations to drive innovation by leveraging sophisticated strategies, tools, and methods.

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    Featuring JAMIE RODGERS - DEPUTY DIRECTOR, NASCA

    Jamie Rogers oversees research and policy at the National Association of State Chief Administrators (NASCA). She has demonstrated history of leadership across the local and state government. Jamie is also an adjunct faculty at Georgetown College.