Training and development: A must-have for candidates, employers ///

With more than 20 years of experience in the industrial arena, from aviation and transportation to oil and gas, Julie DeWane knows what it is like to journey from team member to team leader. In her current role as V.P. and global supply chain leader for GE’s Measurement & Control division, DeWane oversees production operations for thousands of GE employees, across a dozen countries. To effectively retain and develop the highest level of talent within such a large organization, she said Leadership Development Programs are an important part of the leadership pipeline. Through continued investment by companies, the programs offer “structured, rotational assignments, which provide focused learning and development opportunities for top talent across the industry.”

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