Learning Labs: Importance of Performance Feedback

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Learning Labs: Importance of Performance Feedback

November 9, 2023 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Please join us online Thursday, November 9 for Importance of Performance Feedback, the final webinar of our Job Quality Learning Labs series for manufacturers. In this session we’ll discuss performance management and how your team can build an empowered workforce.

Sponsored by Workforce Solutions Collaborative of Metro Hartford, Job Quality Learning Labs are free online workshops designed to explore new ways for manufacturers to develop a transformative culture.  

Register for November 9 Webinar

Session 1, June 29
Job Quality: What’s the Hype? 
We’ll define, discuss and help you to understand what this means for your company.

Session 2, August 2 (This session was cancelled)
Supporting the Employee Life Cycle
Come talk best practices that support your employees from recruitment all the way to retirement.

Session 3, Sept. 27
Employee Engagment Surveys
Learn how using the workers’ voice can drive employee satisfaction which leads to better business outcomes.

Session 4, Nov. 9
Importance of Performance Feedback
Let’s discuss performance management and how your team can build an empowered workforce.


Instructor: Monica Perez, People & Culture Manager, CCAT 

Monica Perez is the People and Culture Manager for the Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology.  In this role she works directly with the president and chief executive officer to establish and maintain a positive work environment that aligns with CCAT’s vision, mission, and core values. Her goal is to create an inclusive culture where all employees at all levels have a sense of belonging, feel valued, respected, heard, and supported. She also has over 10 years of experience working for non-profit organizations ranging from program management, overseeing employer and community-based partnerships and coaching others in job quality initiatives. As a leader in workforce development, Monica supports innovative business strategies that yield positive, tangible outcomes for both the employer and their teams. Bringing together her education and military experience, she’s able to use a unique lens to visualize opportunities. Monica is currently a technical sergeant in the Connecticut Air National Guard; she enlisted as a Security Forces member in June of 2008, was a combat arms instructor since 2013, and recently has been selected to become a first sergeant for the Connecticut Air National Guard and is beginning that journey alongside her work at CCAT.


Have any questions? Contact us at info@ccat.us.


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