The rapid pace of technology and globalization change how organizations operate, but how do people – especially our leaders – adapt? We are biologically hard-wired to resist change and avoid risk even though that hurts our performance.
But new research on brain function shows that we can actually rewire our brains to change this mindset and increase our adaptability. This webinar looks at the science and evolutionary facts behind leadership and provide specific guidance to make our people and organizations more resilient. You’ll learn:
The hidden barriers that limit our adaptability to change
How our mindset affects resilience, innovation and teamwork
The connection between mindset and success in leadership and sales
One of the top questions for those that manage training and development for an organization is whether or not a Learning Management Solution is still the best way to manage that training. Technology and trends are emerging so quickly these days, you may be left wondering if there is a better way? Am I missing the “band wagon” on how to handle this? What tools should I be using? Am I serving our employees the best way I can? Ultimately, is LMS dead?
Join HRsmart's VP of Product Management, Marilyn Hoare, to learn a brief overview of the evolution of LMS to date, an evaluation of the current state of the market and where things are heading in this field.
Recent studies show that disengaged employees cost the U.S. over $450 billion in lost productivity each year. As the economy and companies continue to recover new growth requires employees that are committed to their organization, willing to spur innovation with new ideas and concepts, and who operate with enthusiasm as they naturally pursue success.
In this webinar we’ll explore the exciting topic of emotional intelligence and how it intrinsically provides the employee a foundation to build qualities, characteristics, and behaviors that lead to greater individual engagement. We’ll look at the world’s first scientifically validated model of emotional intelligence the EQ-i 2.0 and understand how employee engagement connects to specific skills in emotional intelligence. Lastly, we’ll review a plan to cultivate our emotional intelligence skills and empower employees for greater engagement.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, temporary agency employment grew by an astounding 9.6%. And whether you call them contingent workers, contractors, or good ol’ fashioned temps, the number of personnel joining the ranks of the “free agent economy” is on the rise and, managed properly, can add another dimension of flexibility, effectiveness, and efficiency to your business. However, it can present some interesting challenges from both a talent management and a workforce management perspective. During this informative webcast, we’ll explore some of the obstacles, options, and opportunities of leveraging this large and growing sector of the labor pool.
While we often use the words skills and abilities interchangeably, there is an important distinction. A true ability is demonstrated when a particular task comes easily, quickly, and effortlessly. Skills, on the other hand, are learned through training, practice, and experience. Many smart people acquire and employ skills that play against their natural abilities and even become quite successful in doing so. Yet they are never completely satisfied. Similarly, when people don’t have an opportunity to use their natural abilities in their job, they are likely to become frustrated and disengaged at work, creating productivity and retention issues for employers.
This webinar will outline the importance of identifying the influence on natural abilities on the way people:
• solve problems and make decisions
• manage and influence others
• establish goals and manage time and tasks
Armed with such knowledge, HR can help their employees identify their natural abilities and develop complimentary skills to enable them to be effective and influential leaders. Employers can use this information to improve employee engagement, develop career tracks, identify skill-based training needs and create a stronger, diverse talent pool to help drive the organization forward.
We will introduce a state-of-the-art assessment tool designed to objectively measure natural abilities, through the use of nineteen timed samples measuring the speed with which a person is able to do a particular series of tasks. We will also explore best practices to integrate assessment tools into your Talent Management processes.
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.