MaryFran Heinsch is a Research Analyst at Human Capital Institute. She brings a background in quantitative and qualitative methods in the Social Sciences to her role in providing research and analytical support at HCI. Prior to her current role, MaryFran has worked in non-profit, research, and higher education. She received her B.S. degree from Loyola University of Chicago and her M.A. in Anthropology from the University of Chicago.
Content Featuring MaryFran Heinsch
Is it becoming more difficult for your organization to attract employees with the skills necessary to drive growth? Does it take more time to recruit talent and more training resources to build a workforce that meets the needs of the business? A growing number of organizations are working to meet the demand for new skills through a combination of private initiatives and public partnerships. Join us for this webcast to learn how organizations are meeting these challenges and explore strategies and solutions for Bridging the Skills Gap with Public and Private Partnerships.
Explore the current state of strategic workforce planning and trends in its development over the course of the last few years, while learning more about the most common and most underutilized steps in the strategic workforce planning process.
Explore the current and desired knowledge, skills, and abilities within the HR Function, how human capital professionals are developing themselves for future roles, and what organizational barriers hinder the HR Function from doing its best work.
Discover how to improve the performance of working groups by being intentional about team member composition, strengthening team leader skills and abilities, and offering development around interpersonal and task effectiveness.
Examine how employers are designing, implementing, and measuring the success of their employee referral programs and uncover some of the right incentives that can motivate and encourage your best to refer the brightest.
Explore the motivations of organizations focused on D&I as a means of compliance versus those organizations that invest in D&I to drive learning and leverage of diverse perspectives, and discover the most notable challenges facing effective implementation of D&I efforts.