Apprentice Power explores the human capital supply chains of banking services, additive manufacturing, cyber security and other advanced and emerging industries for opportunities to advance CRA compliance strategies.
Employers require motivated workers with diverse skill sets and the motivation to develop them, which is an opportunity for all workforce populations, including low-and-moderate-income individuals.
The ability to connect and communicate has become an integral component of the hiring and career advancement criteria for supply chain workers.
Apprentice Power positions character development, along with soft and technical skills mastery, as imperative components of the supply chain employment criteria where collaborative learning is central to success.
Please review this character development curricula, which can be used for apprenticeship development and is available through the Hershel Woody Williams Congressional Medal of Honor Education Foundation - http://www.hwwmohf.org/education-outreach.html
Human capital supply chain excellence is critical to corporate and community economic growth and sustainability.
Senior leadership must also groom and rely on front line leaders and managers to deliver end-to-end integration, anticipate and mitigate risks, and develop innovative business solutions.
Candidates for apprenticeship who are flexible, eager to learn and understand the value of collaboration are in high demand.