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SEMCOG’s Role in Talent. SEMCOG Leadership Group March 4, 2013. Quiz: What is Talent?. A natural ability or aptitude Development of skills through Education An Economic development strategy Unit of money used in ancient Rome and Greece All of the above. Talent is….

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Semcog s role in talent

SEMCOG’s Role in Talent

SEMCOG Leadership Group

March 4, 2013


Quiz what is talent

Quiz: What is Talent?

  • A natural ability or aptitude

  • Development of skills through Education

  • An Economic development strategy

  • Unit of money used in ancient Rome and Greece

  • All of the above


Talent is

Talent is….

  • Talent is human capital

    • central factor in economic growth

    • Key driver of economic development

    • The most important component of an economic strategy


Why is semcog involved in talent

Why is SEMCOG Involved in Talent?

  • Identified in CEDS as critical to successful economic restructuring

  • Demographic changes in Region

  • Engages SEMCOG’s education members

  • Engages MAC Employers/Labor


Funding for talent work

Funding for Talent Work

  • Education and Workforce Task - Local

  • HUD Sustainability Grant

  • MAC Economic Development Task

  • FHWA Best Practices Task


Wage and salary employment southeast michigan 2000 2009

Wage and Salary EmploymentSoutheast Michigan*, 2000-2009

* Lapeer, Livingston, Macomb, Oakland, St. Clair, Washtenaw, and Wayne.

Source: Michigan Labor Market Information Agency.


Semcog s role in talent

We Must Grow Jobs in Knowledge-Based and Export-Oriented IndustriesJobs by Major Sector, SE Michigan, 1990-2040

2040

1990

2010

Knowledge-based, export-oriented services

Health/Social services

Government

Retail

Manufacturing

Source: SEMCOG 2040 Forecast


Semcog s role in talent

Evolution of Talent Work at SEMCOG

Linking Education Members with others

CEDS: Increasing Jobs and Prosperity in Southeast Michigan

  • Apprenticeships

  • Demand driven

  • response

  • Regional

  • Approach

Prior to 2005

2006- 2007

2009- 2010

2010-present

Into the Future

Talent Task Force:

  • Soft Skills

  • Infrastructure and

  • Jobs

Workforce Development Task Force:

  • Human Capital

  • Organizational

  • Development

  • Vibrant Communities


Key issues in talent for southeast michigan

Key Issues in Talent for Southeast Michigan

  • Skills Gap/Mismatch of Workers and Skills – soft skills

  • Unfilled jobs – lost economic development - training for infrastructure jobs

  • Education Attainment

  • Keeping Talent in the Region


Key talent issues for semcog mac

Key Talent Issues for SEMCOG/MAC

  • Implementation of Soft skills recommendations

  • Development of an asset map for infrastructure and jobs

  • Promote apprenticeships in K-12

  • Responding to what is important to our members


Skills gap and unfilled jobs

Skills Gap and Unfilled Jobs

  • 44,000 open positions in MI in November 20012

  • Unemployment rate 8.9%

  • Filling the jobs would reduce u/e by 2%

  • What do we need to do this?


Education attainment

Education Attainment

  • Site Selection Tool

  • Post secondary education needed for more than 60% of jobs

  • Engaging Disconnected workers

  • Demographic Forecast


Keeping talent in the region

Keeping Talent in the Region


Key talent issues for semcog mac1

Key Talent Issues for SEMCOG/MAC

  • Implementation of Soft skills recommendations

  • Development of an asset map for infrastructure and jobs

  • Promote apprenticeships in K-12

  • Responding to what is important to our members


Soft skills

Soft Skills

  • Main factor for determining workplace success

  • Needed for all positions, levels, industries and sectors

  • Lifelong Soft Skills Framework

  • DPTV campaign


Infrastructure jobs

Infrastructure Jobs

  • Asset Map – Inventory of skills needed and skills available

  • Identification of training

  • Best Practices

  • Policy Recommendations


Talent partnerships

Talent Partnerships:

  • Detroit Drives Degrees

  • Partnership for Diversity and Opportunity in Transportation

  • Detroit Jobs Alliance


Additional talent connections

Additional Talent Connections

  • SEMCA workforce development board

  • Workforce Intelligence Network

  • MI Human Resources Advisory Committee

  • Regional Economic Innovation Advisory Committee


Questions

Questions?

  • Links between talent and other projects at SEMCOG?

  • Leveraging links?

  • Future Opportunities?


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