About the Event
Time: 12:00 p.m. CT - 1:15 p.m. CT
COVID-19 has brought women into the spotlight again, with many jobs that women occupy being disproportionally impacted. Manufacturing has an opportunity to be clear that women are wanted, welcome, and have a path to ongoing career growth and success. The next horizons for manufacturing are more digital, requiring talent to help drive automation, AR/VR strategies, and mitigate cyber risk. This in turn opens up new pathways for talent, including more on-ramps into higher paying, future-proofed jobs. But how can the Manufacturing sector convince women to make their career here? Join us for a discussion around creating a culture of inclusion in manufacturing.
In this session, you’ll learn:
- New horizons and pathways in Manufacturing that open up exciting opportunities for women to step into the sector and a rewarding career.
- Leadership ‘rules of the road’ for eliminating unconscious bias and creating a culture of inclusion.
- What you can do to position yourself for a wildly successful career in Manufacturing.
Women in Manufacturing Leadership Webinar Series | Manpower
From factory shutdowns to supply chain disruption to an increase in cyber attacks, no one could have anticipated the disruption that the pandemic would bring to 2020 and the manufacturing industry has felt the impact significantly. Women have felt it even more, being disproportionally impacted. But while the pandemic presented challenges and highlighted system flaws, it also brought an opportunity for flexibility, innovation, and to transform business plans and processes more quickly than we thought possible.
ManpowerGroup’s 4th Annual Women in Manufacturing Leadership virtual event series will highlight timely, critical topics each week during Manufacturing Month in October, including cybersecurity in the manufacturing enterprise, how to recruit, retain and grow women in manufacturing, green jobs, and the culture of inclusion. Join us as we explore these topics with industry and government leaders in manufacturing.