October 17

Watch Now

Talent managers in the public sector face unique and urgent workforce challenges. Between demographic shifts, hiring freezes, the attrition of eligible retirees, and bureaucratic structures that fail to attract younger or more specialized workers, government agencies struggle to recruit and retain top talent. In the competition for talent, a talent development culture has emerged as a key differentiator.

Join Governing as we focus on states' efforts to create more-skilled, engaged, high-performing, and resilient workforces.

Register for the webinar to:
• Explore how pioneering leaders from Tennessee transformed their workforces cultures by integrating proven practices for building talent organizations into their strategic partnerships and overall change processes
• Assess which key practices to apply toward your own culture-building efforts


Dr. Trish Holliday, SPHR, SHRM-SCP

Dr. Trish Holliday, SPHR, SHRM-SCP

Assistant Commissioner & State Chief Learning Officer, Tennessee State Government, Department of Human Resources

John Llamas

John Llamas

Principal - Thought Leadership & Advisory Services, Cornerstone OnDemand

Julia Burrows

Julia Burrows — Moderator

Director, Governing Institute