In this 1 hour session, Eric Papp, Consultant and Management Trainer will show participants how to communicate your message, so others understand and respond to it. Many people are talking today, and few are actually connecting and communicating.
This webinar will teach participants the skills it takes to be a great listener and why these skills are paramount in becoming an effective communicator. Participants will become aware of how they and their message are occurring to others.
Eric will also share the importance of questions. He will focus on the questions that people DON’T ask and how it costs them their valuable time. By learning to ask the right questions and participate in active listening, attendees will learn how to fully engage their employees and create a workforce of creative and forthcoming workers. You’ll learn how to obtain more information by asking open-ended questions.
If you apply the skills taught in this webinar it will save you both time and money in getting what you want.
Conventional wisdom says that the direct manager is the person who has the most responsibility for engaging employees. If that is the case, our direct managers are failing us miserably. According to Modern Survey’s Spring 2014 Study of U.S. Workforce Engagement, only 13% of employees are fully engaged with another 27% being moderately engaged. That leaves the remaining employees under engaged (36%) and disengaged (24%). Any CEO, HR professional, or business leader should look at these numbers with disgust.
The truth is that employee engagement is a shared responsibility. The organization plays a role. Leaders - both direct managers and senior leaders - have a responsibility. Finally, individual employees make choices about whether or not they will bring their best to work every day.
Getting employees to own their engagement makes a great deal of sense, but few organizations have gotten a handle on doing it right. This webinar will provide a pathway for how you can influence employees that engagement is not only their responsibility, becoming engaged is one of the most important things they can do to live happy, healthy, fulfilling lives.
During this webinar, Modern Survey's President, Don MacPherson, will share how to build a culture by getting every employee to own their engagement and sharing in the responsibility of motivating and engaging their teammates.
In addition, attendees will walk away with a clear understanding of how the organization makes engagement possible and how leaders can drive engagement within their teams.
If having an engaged workforce is critical to your organization's success, this is a webinar you don't want to miss!
Join Mary Ann Masarech, lead consultant of the employee engagement practice for BlessingWhite, A Division of GP Strategies to learn about a new approach to employee engagement and a framework you can use to help ensure that your employees experience more great days while your organization achieves results. Mary Ann will share stories from organizations that leverage the great day at work concept and recommendations on what you can do to create a workplace where everyone is committed to extraordinary accomplishments and a thriving workplace. She will weave in findings from BlessingWhite’s engagement study as well as the research for The Engagement Equation: Leadership Strategies for an Inspired Workforce.
To become the best in the industry, it is essential to employ the best people. But how do employers build a staff that is ready and able to take an organization to its next level? Inspired by the best-selling book, this inspiring keynote focuses on how to attract talented employees to the workplace, empower them, and sustain an environment in which they are more likely to stay.
Topics covered include:
• The bottom line benefits of employee engagement
• Creating an environment of shared ownership for engagement
• The Top 10 Engagement Drivers
• Recruiting: the foundation for a magnetic culture
• Overcoming demagnetizers: compensation and other challenges for managers
• The importance of embracing diversity & inclusion
• Engagement trends & best practices
Drawing on years of research and real-world examples from his consulting experience, especially in healthcare, Kevin Sheridan gives you the strategies and tactics you need to transform your organization by creating and maintaining a Magnetic Culture.
Dr Tim Baker's new book - "Attracting and retaining Talent: Becoming and Employer of Choice" identified eight values that all employers of choice adhere to. These eight values are:
• flexible deployment,
• customer focus,
• performance focus,
• project-based work,
• human spirit and work,
• learning and development, and
• open information.
This presentation looks at the changing employment relationship and how that is the critical linchpin for creating an organizational culture that supports an employer of choice. Becoming an employer of choice is much more than a marketing slogan; it is fundamentally about creating a new culture that serves the changing needs and interests of employee and employer.
The concept of what it means to be Learning Organization has taken a major turn over the last couple years. New learners are more agile and have become more adaptive in their learning style. Because of this they have higher expectations for on-boarding and training when they enter a new workplace.
This webinar explores changes and trends that impact The Next Generation Learning Organization. Participants will learn how to create faster more efficient learning content that suits today's agile learners, learn about the impact of developing customized Learning Paths for rapid on-boarding and performance, and how to better manage learning content through a range of strategies and delivery options from mobile to tablet to laptop and desktop.
With so many different types of HR software in use, it’s hard to make useful business decisions based on all of the data that’s available to us. This is because all of these pieces of software have their own reporting systems, and almost none of them are able to communicate with each other.
The Tin Can API changes that. It’s a language that all HR, training, and learning platforms can speak, so they can share one common reporting system and help you learn things about your organization that weren’t possible before—including correlating real-world performance data with learning and HR data.
Your CEO cares about innovation, and so should you! Innovation is really the only way to create sustained profitable growth, and talent is the key. What are the research-based drivers of innovation? How do you identify the talent that will accelerate innovation? How are they developed and engaged? What are the real implications for diversity? For team leadership? For organizational culture? The answers may surprise you! Leading innovation is one of the most difficult of all leadership challenges, and HR has an important role to play in creating organizational capability for innovation. In this session, Kim Ruyle will expose myths of innovation and explain practical ways in which HR professionals can leverage talent to accelerate innovation, make a meaningful impact on the business, and establish themselves as true strategic partners with senior leadership.