44Submitting Questions To submit a question or comment,type the question in the text box Click the send button. Your name, the text and yourquestion will appear on yourscreen, indicating successfulsubmission. If you’d like, you may choose whoyou want to submit the question toby selecting their name from thedrop-down menu in the “Start Chatwith” field (default is “Everyone”)Chat RoomSendButtonText BoxDrop-DownMenu
55It’s getting HOT in here…Avoiding the fire drill:• Phone muted at all times unless speaking• Deactivate microphones on all devices• Avoid using 3rdparty applications. Just use your phone.5
66Agenda Overview: Welcome to the EBE V Learning Series! Dashboards & Metrics: Team Ohio Featured Transformation Story: Team Colorado Your Team’s Transformation Story (activity) Effective Practice: Applying ROI with David Hunn Sharing Team Transformation Stories (activity) Closing and What to Expect Tomorrow!
77Overview: Virtual Learning Series & Final SessionDay ThemeDay 1: June 5th Today: Transformation StoriesDay 2: June 6thMini-Profile & Massachusetts onMetricsDay 3: June 7thSocial Media That Works &EBE Case StudiesFinal Session:June 21, 2013Review of progress & EBE tools,website
88Team OhioTanya CalbertProject ManagerOhio Department of Jobs andFamily Services
1515Expanding Business Engagement in ColoradoKaren HoopesStatewide CoordinatorBusiness Development/RapidResponse, Colorado Department ofLabor and Employment
16State Resource Toolkit MaterialsLess than 85% of YTD Benchmark85% - 100% ofYTDBenchmarkEqual to or Greater Than 100% of YTD BenchmarkArapahoe/Douglas Workforce Regionas of March 31, 2013Workforce CenterVisitsPY12 Goal 74,000% ofBenchmark% ofBenchmark% ofBenchmark% ofBenchmarkYTD Benchmark 55,500104%104%91%157%YTD Actual 57,805######91%##PY12 Goal 37,000% ofBenchmark% ofBenchmark% ofBenchmark% ofBenchmarkYTD Benchmark 27,75082%77%116%121%YTD Actual 22,76982%77%#####Arapahoe 58.51%59.48%Training1,706Douglas 23.61%24.48%Intensive2,716Adams 7.43%6.75%Core18,626Denver 5.70%5.04%Jefferson 2.33%2.21%Other 2.42%2.04%Entered Employment (exited 10/11-12/11)50.00%57.02%(7.02%)76.00%77.38%(1.38%)80.00%81.22%(1.22%)EmploymentRetention (exited 4/11-6/11)77.00%80.37%(3.37%)86.00%83.56%-5.47%87.00%87.42%(0.42%)Average Earnings (exited 4/11-6/11)$15,000 $17,968 ($2,968)$17,000 $17,973 ($973)$21,500 $21,985 ($485)WIA Youth1368.0%54.97%-13.03%69.0%48.97%-20.03%49.0%36.84%-12.16%Exceeded/Remaining"-" = remaining percentageExceeded/Remaining "()" = exceeded percentage2,3505,4868,0006,00049,9694,00032,000ADW! CustomerVolume Breakdown by Visits, Unique Customers Served, and Visits by CountyUnique Customers Served18,3779113,481PY12 Common Measures (7/ 2012 - 6/2013)2,00024,0007503,00075% into Program yearWIA Youth Attain Deg/Cert (exited 10/10-12/11)Wagner-Peyser10.1WIA Adult10.2WIA Dislocated Worker10.2Wagner-Peyser11.1WIA Adult11.2PY12 ADW! Workforce Intelligence64,00048,0001,5001,000WIA Youth Lit/Num Gains (exited 7/12-9/12)WIA Dislocated Worker11.2Wagner-Peyser12.1WIA Adult12.2WIA Dislocated Worker12.2WIA Youth Placement (exited 10/11-12/11)1,7062,71618,626TrainingIntensiveCoreTrainingIntensiveCore57.02%77.38%81.22%PY GOALACTUAL80.37%83.56%87.42%PY GOALACTUAL$17,968$17,973$21,985PY GOALACTUAL54.97%48.97% 36.84% PY GOALACTUALYTD Common Measures PY Goal vs ActualPY12 Goal Actual Exceeded/RemainingProgressADW! TotalProgressCentennial WFCProgressAltura WFCProgressCaste Rock WFCProgressYTD Customer Visits by County by PercentageYTD Level of Service by NumberArapahoe 58.51%Douglas 23.61%Adams 7.43%Denver 5.70%Jefferson 2.33%Other 2.42%
1717Reminder: Avoiding the Fire Drill17• Turn off all microphones including webcams& computer mics• Use your phone to dial back in – do not useSkype, etc.
1818Activity: Transformation in one word/imageYou have 30 minutes:•Discuss your transformation story with yourteam members.•Write one word or draw one image thatrepresents your transformation story.•Take a digital photo of that word or image andsend to email@example.com.•Be prepared to talk for 2-3 minutes about yourword/image.
1919Sharing your word/image• If you see this slide, we have under 10minutes left for this activity.• Please send your images now:firstname.lastname@example.org
2020David Hunn: Return on InvestmentPresident and CEOSkillSource Group, IncExecutive DirectorNorthern Virginia WorkforceInvestment Board
2121• An annual Return on Investment Study is a critical method tohighlight the value of a public service being provided.• Northern Virginia Workforce Board utilized Mangum EconomicConsulting, LLC from Richmond, Virginia.• For the Northern Virginia Study, the dollar value of the inputs(taxpayer-funded workforce services) is compared to the dollarvalue of the service outputs (salary and wages spent by workersplaced into employment). The evaluation of outputs is enhancedby IMPLAN economic modeling software, which measuresannual regional economic impacts.Northern Virginia Workforce Investment Board2012 Return on Investment Summary
22Northern Virginia Workforce Investment Board2012 Return on Investment Summary
2424ColoradoCOLORADO’sEBESNAPSHOTBEFORE – HERDING CATSHow to get regions aligned to common goals, structure, methods?DURING –Heading in the right Direction with Infrastructure!NOW- Overcoming hurdles, working as one team across 65 regions.COLORADO’sEBESNAPSHOTBEFORE – HERDING CATSHow to get regions aligned to common goals, structure, methods?DURING –Heading in the right Direction with Infrastructure!NOW- Overcoming hurdles, working as one team across 65 regions.COLORADO’sEBESNAPSHOTBEFORE – HERDING CATSHow to get regions aligned to common goals, structure, methods?DURING –Heading in the right Direction with Infrastructure!NOW- Overcoming hurdles, working as one team across 65 regions.