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Pat Bertagnolli

Pat Bertagnolli

Pat Bertagnolli is the executive director for Job Service North Dakota. He has extensive experience in leadership positions, most notably as a multistate operations manager and workforce planning and employee relations manager. 

Prior to joining Job Service, he was the community enhancement director at the Rough Rider Center in Watford City, North Dakota, and was instrumental in engaging the community by establishing partnerships with industries, promoting student ambassador programs and leading the organization in its strategy to promote the benefits of working and living in North Dakota.

Pat has been a substantial contributor to the North Dakota Workforce Development Council for more than 10 years. Pat serves on the State Board for Career and Technical Education, Interagency Council on Homelessness, the Administrative Committee for Veterans Affairs, State Information Technology and Advisory Board, Statewide Longitudinal Data Systems committee and the National Association of State Workforce Agencies. 

Unlocking the Power of Communication: How to Create a Culture that Drives Success

The current labor market presents challenges for all employers – and those challenges and their impacts go beyond HR. While every employee plays a part in recruiting and retaining employees, communication professionals have a unique role in shaping workplace culture, which plays a critical role in attracting and retaining top talent.

In this presentation, Pat Bertagnolli will explore the key role that communication professionals play in building a positive and inclusive workplace culture that engages and inspires prospective and current employees. He will discuss strategies and tactics to shape workplace culture by building trust, fostering relationships and driving engagement.

Whether you’re a seasoned comms pro or just starting out in your career, this presentation will provide valuable insights and practical advice for addressing labor challenges by building a strong workplace culture through effective communication.

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