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Attracting and Retaining Talent Through the Application of Concerned Leadership

December 19, 2023

1:00 PM CT

This webinar looks at how to attract and retain top talent in your supply chain. The focus is on developing your personal leadership skills so that you can bring out the best in yourself and your employees. You can do this by applying the skills and attributes of world-class leaders.

Topic Areas

Talent, Leadership and Culture

These leadership skills will help you not only retain your top talent and improve the productivity and motivation of your current employees but also help you attract new talent to help replace the “graying” talent base prevalent in so many organizations. This webinar looks at a no-cost approach by focusing on people.  


Joe  Walden

Joe Walden


Associate Teaching Professor, University of Kansas

Joe Walden has more than 45 years of supply chain management and leadership experience on five continents. He served for 26 years in the U.S. Army, where he developed a $6.2 billion long-range research and development budget, served as chief supply chain officer for the U.S. Army’s National Training Center, and developed the distribution system and 4.2 million square foot distribution center to support Operation Iraqi Freedom.

He also has worked as a supply chain leadership consultant and as a senior training developer for the U.S. Army. He currently is an associate teaching professor for supply chain management, operations management, and decision-making at the University of Kansas. His education includes a doctorate in education; master’s degrees in engineering, strategic planning, and systems management; and a Master of Business Administration with a focus in logistics.

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