Wise Webinar a Day Series: Creating a Culture of Supported Employment: Tips from the experts, our employers with Heidi Scheibner
Learning Objectives (Info, tools, and skills attendees will receive):
- Attendees will understand & grow more empowered to build relationships with employers during this time of uncertainty.
- Employers will share how they created a culture of supported employment within their business to support attendees with new strategies around marketing Supported Employment as a DEI (Diversity &Equity Initiative) to businesses.
- Attendees will gain an understanding of how to strategize supporting a business from the business community, learn a shared perspective from employers and tips on how to be a business resource vs. just a job placement specialist.
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Heidi has a unique professional background that includes nonprofit management and business development. Heidi’s experience allows her to appeal to the business perspective to why job creation brings value to every employer. She has a sibling with a developmental disability which has contributed to her lifelong commitment for an inclusive community. Heidi pursues collaborative initiatives to make change, including working with School Districts, the Federal Government, and Rotary clubs to increase opportunities for people with developmental disabilities. Heidi has more than ten years of experience leading a team of employment consultants, job development, and program expansion in rural communities. She provides consultation and training to organizations on capacity building and job development. Heidi is Program Manager of Trillium Employment Services and a Certified Employment Professional.