Workforce Development

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The University of Montana is seeking instructors/course designers to develop courses for female entrepreneurs!

Our goal is to provide real-world solutions that can be implemented based on practical, hands-on learning rather than theoretical concepts.

Introducing Decoder, a new podcast about big ideas and other problems launching Nov. 10

I’m going to interview executives from the worlds of tech and business, policymakers from across government, and a few other assorted troublemakers about the problems they’re solving, the trade-offs they have to make, and the opportunities they see in the future.

Neuroscience Can Help You Become A Better Leader

Not everyone is born a leader. But the good news for anyone who’s not is that those abilities can be developed.

The Death and Life of Great American Newspapers – By Gwen Florio (Former Editor of the Missoulian)

Fewer and fewer reporters cover the local institutions whose decisions most directly affect their neighbors’ lives.

CAN DO Podcast, Maureen Lonergan, Global Director of Training and Certification and Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Maureen Lonergan, Global Director of Training and Certification and Amazon Web Services, (AWS) has a lot to share about workforce training and education.  Well worth a listen.

Daily Resiliency Skills for Front Line Workers During the Coronavirus Epidemic is now available online. Secondary Trauma Activates Resiliency-Training

This fifty minute ZOOM PRO training is FREE for your staff and front line workers who are experiencing distress due to the COVID-19 pandemic in the state of Montana. For other regions it is available at an affordable rate.

85 million jobs at risk by 2025 as the pandemic speeds up workplace automation

According to the report, by 2025, roles and jobs that leverage human skills will rise in demand. Machines will primarily be focused on information and data processing, administrative tasks and routine manual jobs.

Montana’s registered apprenticeship program a boon to businesses, job seekers

Over the past 20 years, Montana’s registered apprenticeship program has sent more than 3,300 workers into good-paying jobs, with another 2,400 on the way, according to a new report.

‘Zoom towns’ are exploding in the West and many cities aren’t ready for the onslaught.

GNAR is in the process of launching an online toolkit, which will provide basic urban planning information these communities need, like case studies and model ordinances.

STEM careers require the same kind of creative thinking as the arts, says new research

Surprisingly, creativity is general in nature, according to a new study that has big implications for education.