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Virtual Conference Webcast
Strategic HR is not about criticizing the HR function, nor is it about lofty HR ideals. Instead, it is a practical and achievable opportunity for HR to play a significant role in driving business profits. This session will present specific actions that HR functions and HR professionals can take to develop and sustain a strategic approach to their work. These actions for HR functions and HR professionals were revealed through survey, case study, and interview-based research conducted by nonprofit APQC. Elissa Tucker, APQC’s human capital management research program manager, will present best practices learned from researching strategic HR functions at IBM Global Business Services and Nissan North America. She will also share strategic HR insights gleaned from interviews conducted with HR bloggers China Gorman, Sharlyn Lauby, and William Tincup.
Date: Apr 2 2014
Time: 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM
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Elissa Tucker
APQC (American Productivity & Quality Center)

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APQC (American Productivity & Quality Center)
 
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Virtual Conference Webcast
HR has the potential to be a highly impactful, strategic business partner to the organization. To achieve this potential, though, HR will have to be run more like a business.

Attend this session to learn the four critical steps of running HR like a business: First, align initiatives to key organizational goals. Second, plan the initiatives carefully, including reaching agreement with the sponsors on expected impact from the initiative. Third, execute the planned initiatives with discipline through regular reporting and dedicated monthly meetings. Fourth, measure and evaluate to ensure the planned impact was delivered or learn why it was not.

Date: Oct 10 2013
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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David Vance
Center for Talent Reporting

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Center for Talent Reporting
 
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Virtual Conference Webcast
Fifty to 60% of companies fail to achieve their goals and objectives (Source: McKinsey & Co and IBM Global Business Services). What can be done about this and whose responsibility is it to see that the situation improves?

The first question is why does this happen with the answer being because employees don’t know what they need to do to help the company achieve its goals and objectives, and/or because they are too preoccupied with personal issues to do what is expected of them.

The responsibility for this rests with the CEO, however he or she can’t do what is needed alone. While Human Resources should be the obvious choice to address this problem it is not viewed as a “line” function as often as it is “staff”, and as a result, they are not called upon to help with goal achievement.

This presentation discusses both the problem (why companies fail to achieve their goals and objectives) as well as what HR can do to gain the trust of senior management regarding their contribution to the overall effort.

Date: Aug 15 2013
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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William Matthies
Coyote Insight, LLC

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Coyote Insight, LLC
 
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Virtual Conference Webcast
Flipped learning—courseware and recorded content serving as the initial element of a learning experience, with live virtual sessions and social and collaborative tools supplementing and enhancing the learning experience—has the potential to increase learning effectiveness, lower operational costs, and get better retention and more effective application of the learning. The model has created tremendous buzz in the education community, but is it viable for business learning? We believe that effective use of the flipped learning model can transform business learning, improve learning outcomes, and reduce operational costs. Participants in this session will examine the flipped classroom model, learn how to build one, and hear case studies of businesses that are now delivering in this new model.
Date: Jul 23 2013
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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Bob Lee
Citrix Systems, Inc.

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Jim Recker
Citrix Systems, Online Services Division

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Citrix Systems, Inc.
 
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Standalone Webcast
“Creating a high-performance culture” – as learning and talent management professionals, this is something we hear about often. But what is the best way to achieve this?

Through the alignment of learning and performance processes including cascading goals, linking personal goals to organizational goals, learning and talent management leaders can communicate required competencies and identify potential skill gaps. Learning priorities are then based on performance goals and from identified skill and competency gaps a personalized learning path can be created that provides tailored development linking back to performance goals.

Sound like talent management Nirvana? Not sure where to start? It’s more attainable than you think. Join us as we discuss how your people and your organization can benefit by connecting performance and learning to create a high-performance culture. During this webinar we will discuss how you can:

  • Connect learning and talent processes to tie learning to goals and performance
  • Leverage Talent Expansion technologies to cascade goals throughout the organization, provide contextual learning and give people the tools they need to be great at their jobs
  • Set and measure learning and talent management results with integrated analytics
  • Start building your integrated learning and talent management program immediately with a few easy steps
Date: May 29 2013
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Steven Parker, SPHR, HCS
Sumtotal Systems Inc

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Sumtotal Systems Inc
 
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Virtual Conference Webcast
In Part 1 of this 2 part presentation, Jeremy Tozer examined a clear strategic role for HR in enabling the creation of the conditions for organizational success. In particular Jeremy examined the role of HR / learning and development in:
  • Developing and sustaining organizational leadership capacity as the primary source of strategic competitive advantage.
  • Enabling effective development and execution of business strategy and the leadership of change and transformation —this includes ensuring both work alignment and people engagement.

In this second part, Jeremy will give a quick recap of Part 1 and then examine in detail a proven approach to developing this form of collective leadership capability, an approach which also concurrently develops individual leadership behavior and emotional intelligence —an approach which is guaranteed to more than pay for itself with a measurable financial return on investment.

This will be illustrated with detailed and ROI quantified case studies from Cisco, and consulting assignments from across the USA, Asia, Europe and Australasia with other clients such as ABN AMRO, Pfizer, Philips and MCI.

Participants in this webinar should review the archive of Part 1 at this link http://www.hr.com/en/webcasts_events/webcasts/archived_webcasts_and_podcasts/strategic-hr-enabling-leaders-to-drive-strategy-ex_habeg7ec.html

Date: Apr 5 2013
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Jeremy Tozer
Tozer Consulting Ltd

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Tozer Consulting Ltd
 
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Demo Days Webcast
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Building a staff of well-recruited, well-trained employees is only the beginning of your company’s journey. Things change – constantly. And being able to deal with that change and emerge a better organization is the goal of any business.

To do so you need to know where your top performers are within your organization, what characteristics make them your leaders, and how to strategically position them alongside the rest of your people to get the most out of everybody.

It’s hard to identify strong employees without first being able to visualize your entire workforce. That’s why having an organizational structure is step one. When a defined hierarchy is in place, usually in the form of an organizational chart, employees know who does what and who reports to whom. It also makes the company better prepared to make staffing decisions that improve operational efficiency and spur growth.

A thoroughly refined organizational structure can also provide guidance when it comes to handing out promotions, crafting development plans, and managing other employee changes.

No matter how hard you look at your org chart, you won’t glean much from names, titles and reporting relationships alone. You need pertinent workforce metrics and lots of them. This information allows you to identify employees who are helping you achieve your goals, those who may need a gentle push in the right direction, and those who are keeping your company from achieving ideal success.

Now that you’ve pinpointed the cream of your company crop, you can make well-informed decisions regarding where they fit into the organizational structure. And when things inevitably get shaken up, you’ll be better prepared to handle it.
Date: Mar 22 2013
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Ty Weaver
Insperity

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Insperity
 
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Standalone Webcast
Diversity and inclusion efforts can play a positive role in a firm's culture but many organizations today are learning that their diversity and inclusion investments of time and money have not taken them very far. Liken this to the driver who has the gas pedal to the floor while tapping the brakes. Unfortunately, the blame for this underwhelming performance often ends up at the Human Resources department's doorstep. Attendees of this webinar will learn where this hidden resistance is coming from and what to do to remove it. An understanding of the unconscious bias will allow their companies to reap the full benefits from their diversity and inclusion efforts.
Date: Mar 19 2013
Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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Joseph Santana
Joseph Santana, LLC

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Joseph Santana, LLC
 
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Virtual Conference Webcast
Today’s companies are placing a much higher emphasis on the ability to be creative and innovative in order to move ahead in this economy. They are eagerly looking at ways people, tools and techniques can spark a rebound that gives them a competitive edge. Making innovation and creativity a key cultural value is a goal of any highly effective organization. HR can play a crucial leadership role in helping to get there.

In this lively session, participants will learn how to increase the creative intelligence of their organizations in order to stay ahead of the competition. Participants will come away with new insights, fresh perspectives, and actionable steps to make creativity and innovation meaningful cultural values within their own organizations.

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Date: Mar 4 2013
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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Stephen Van Valin
Culturology

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Michael Brenner
Culturology

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Culturology
 
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Virtual Conference Webcast
This session will focus on inhibitor/enablers from which to provide greater use and value from assembled talent, leverage HR resources,lower risk,and predictive decision making with better outcomes. HR can now provide real-time, actionable data for more reliable forecasting of costs and resource utilization for executive decision makers. We are not focusing on improving RPO, ATS or other similar HR technologies, though there is certainly room for improvement of all components of the applicable HRIS.

Many decision makers are unsure how this will help manage and grow their business -- especially with all the uncertainty of higher taxes and global geo-political conflicts. We are unable to control geo-political issues, let alone our own Congress. After years of waiting, can you really afford to wait more years to grow your business? Yes, there is risk, but if it can be measured it can be managed.

Date: Jan 30 2013
Time: 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
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Mike Hammer
Independent Consultant

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SP3M Group LLC
 
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