Gathering feedback and using it appropriately is essential to assessing the current state of your organization, ensuring buy-in for change, and ultimately making the improvements that will drive a breakthrough.
In the Human Resources sphere when discussing feedback we usually think of how we conduct the ‘annual employee survey’ when we gather data in an attempt to measure engagement levels across the entire organization.
Managing this process is crucial and while many organizations are collecting the data they are not applying what they learn in ways that contribute to meaningful and substantive change.
Join us as we explore the key things you should do in order to achieve breakthroughs in performance and innovation and how you can use the insights you gain to seize the opportunities for improvement.
Take the first important step in increasing your organization’s performance levels by learning techniques that can create more positive mindsets in your leaders and all people. These are scientifically based techniques and practices that you can start implementing in your organization right away. A healthy and positive mindset makes us more resilient to the everyday challenges at work and in life so we can focus not only on our own success but also the success of others. In addition, improving people’s mindset creates a more positive work culture where everybody is more motivated, energetic, creative, productive and healthier; giving your organization the competitive edge it needs in today's economy.
HR Professionals everywhere want to be effective and respected for their abilities in a wide range of situations. Fit to Lead is an innovative program that helps you meet that goal.
You will know your performance, in a variety of situations, is being noticed and how you work with others determines your career growth and future promotions. Are you showing off the best version yourself? Do you ever wonder how others view you? This webinar will help you understand why being “Fit to Lead” is a program that can not only increase your Performance but enlighten you to assist your employees to also reach their full potential. Sign up for this innovative program, so you can take the steps necessary to get the recognition and job you deserve.
How often have you heard a business leader complain when HR announces it’s time to complete annual performance reviews? People often think of performance management as that thing they have to do for HR at the end of the year so that people can qualify for their bonuses. While that may be part of the process, performance management is not just a once-a-year HR task. It’s an always, ongoing activity! During this workshop, we will review everyone’s critical roles – Managers, Employees, and HR Professionals – as part of the performance management process. Participants will also gain clarity about what an annual performance review is and what it isn’t – specifically learning several Do’s and Don’ts in the review process – as well as discuss several leading practices and proven tools to enhance any existing performance management practices.
‘Coaching’ is thrown around quite a bit in the workplace. It’s the go-to word that’s used to cover any number of interactions - from correcting performance to sharing information to delegating or teaching a new skill. In fact, ‘coaching’ has evolved to generically refer to any interaction a leader might initiate... much like Kleenex’s relationship to all other tissue. But, not all conversations are coaching; and coaching certainly is not Kleenex!
Coaching is a deliberate process designed to systematically help others understand themselves, clarify their intents, and take responsibility for making choices to support performance and growth. But it’s more than a mechanical process. It’s a way of conversing with others that taps possibilities, optimism and a sense of capability. And it just might be the most sustainable competitive advantage an organization has today.
You have important information to convey… information that may determine if your team walks away fired up and clear on the tasks ahead. How you present yourself establishes how your employees, clients, management and co-workers perceive and respond to you. In this webinar, you will learn how to project confident body language to gain the trust and credibility needed to get everyone on board, following your direction and listening to you. You will also discover how to use your speaking voice articulately to ensure that people don’t tune you out, but instead are completely engaged by what you have to say and inspired to co-operate.
In "Employee Retention by Building a Recognition Rich Culture" attendees will explore how to build a corporate culture where employees are accountable and engaged. Learn the questions to ask employees to determine what contributes to or detracts from their ability to deliver an excellent performance. Employees want to do a good job! Finding out what they need and providing them the tools, processes, and appropriate recognition and rewards will promote increased productivity, profitability and customer satisfaction.
Leaders can increase profits if they learn how to nurture a recognition rich culture. The end result will be individuals who are engaged and happy at work, and an organization set ahead of the competition!
Employee time is one of your organizations most valuable and costly resources. Knowledge of employee time results in faster decision making, improved scheduling and better labor cost management, making your organization more productive, competitive and profitable. In this webcast we will examine Honor based timesheets and how they can assist organizations where the culture is not to clock, with operational efficiency, cost control, regulatory compliance and employee empowerment. We investigate how “Honor based timesheets” can assist organizations build a clear picture of employee time through detailed data and reports on attendance, absenteeism, overtime, flexible working, scheduling and vacation leave. We look at how Honor based timesheets make it easy for organizations to manage employee attendance without having to change your company culture!
Is employee engagement improving or declining? Have the drivers of engagement changed over time? Who is responsible for engagement? Why aren't the least engaged employees actively looking for jobs elsewhere. These questions and more will be answered as Don MacPherson unveils Modern Surveys Fall 2013 Employee Engagement Study of the U.S. Workforce.
Twice annually, Modern Survey polls a panel sample of full-time employees to learn how they feel about their relationship with their organization, how effectively they are being led, whether or not they have the tools and training to do their job, and how well their organizational goals are communicated throughout the organization.
Performance management systems are predominately built on the models developed over 100 years ago by Frederick Taylor using his Scientific Management Principles. Times have changed and today’s workplace requires educated employees to work in teams on complex issues in a rapidly changing environment.
Today’s HR Practitioners are custodians of this 100 year old system built by an Engineer for a different time and different needs.
Based on 15 years of research and practice, the presentation shares findings on how new principles, models and systems have been developed that have delivered significant and measurable benefits to employees and businesses.
The audience will come to understand why today's performance management systems continue to fail and learn how build systems based on new principles and models that have been proven to better suit the needs of a modern workforce.