News flash: Employees don’t leave companies, they leave bad managers. Bad managers are the number one reason employees quit. Plain and simple, managers can mean the difference between superior, average or poor business performance for your organization. Willing to bet your bottom line results on a bad manager? We didn’t think so.
Join this webinar with Sarah-Beth Anders, Director of Product Marketing at Achievers, to learn the real reason employees leave, and the true role managers play in keeping your best employees.
During the presentation, you’ll learn about The Secret Weapon to Driving Employee Success and you will:
Identify where great managers are and how to utilize them as a secret weapon in achieving business success
Learn to successfully avoid common manager pitfalls
Train your managers to drive engagement, alignment, and recognition of employee
Every action an employee takes has the opportunity to either reinforce or diminish your brand. When HR and marketing join together, employees can become brand ambassadors and ultimately help create brand distinction in the marketplace.
An organization’s employees are its best brand ambassadors. They have the power to move the organization forward and make the brand live and breathe. There are no two ways about it, engaged employees build strong brands! The benefits of a strong brand are tremendous and all the best leaders realize that strong brands are not built by the marketing department alone they need HR in order to be successful.
In this session, we will hear from Patricia Nazemetz and Will Ruch, co-authors of “HR and Marketing Power Partners,” as well as executives at top global companies who have implemented a partnership between HR and marketing and discovered the impact it has on customer loyalty, business growth, talent acquisition and retention.
Engaged employees stay put. According to Gallup’s latest Q12 meta-analysis of 1.4 million employees, the most engaged companies experience up to 65 percent lower turnover than the least engaged—that’s a huge savings of time, money, and effort. Yet with fewer than 1 in 3 employees feeling engaged, what can you do to reap those savings for yourself?
In this webinar, Achievers’ Vice President of Employee Success, Cheryl Kerrigan, explains how to retain employees with the four pillars of engagement: recognition, feedback, communication, and meaning.
You’ll also learn:
How recognition aligns employees to company goals
How lack of feedback from leadership leads to turnover
Why employees need clear communication and to have their voices heard
The important of stretch opportunities and career goals to give their work meaning
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!