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
"Boomers" comprise 47% of the current working population, yet few organizations have taken steps to adequately prepare for the demographic shift of retiring Boomers. There are a number of reasons for inaction: competing organizational priorities, assumptions that existing talent management practices are adequate, and skepticism about an imminent crisis. This session will help you evaluate the current human capital analytics within your organizations that go beyond demographics and illustrate why it is important to take a deep dive into this data in order to build a business case.
Please join Kathy Kacher of Career Life Alliance and Joyce Pardieu, PhD of JobLeaders, Inc. as they explore realities, perceptions, and risks associated with the aging workforce, along with demographic analytics and building a business case for proactive Workforce Planning to address this present and growing challenge.
Facebook has not only become a household name but is also one of the most progressive companies in the world. Given Facebook's relentless focus on innovation, it is not surprising to find that not only are their products and features innovative, but so are their organizational practices. One out of five of the 4,900 Facebook employees has or is receiving some form of coaching as part of their development.
Join Bill McLawhon, head of Executive Development at Facebook, and Thuy Sindell, President of Skyline's Coaching Division and a leadership coach to Facebook, to understand how one of the most innovative companies uses coaching as a strategy for driving innovation, growth, and investing in its employees' success.
Please note: This webcast does not qualify for educational credits.
Now more than ever before HR professionals are faced with many challenges within their organizations. It isn’t enough that employees and leaders just have the technical skills for their roles. They require emotional intelligence to be effective and successful within the workplace.
Emotional Intelligence, popularly referred to as EQ or EI, has become a prolific topic within corporate Leadership Development. As Roger Pearman, Founder and CEO of Leadership Performance Systems said, “What builds great and sustainable organizations are leaders with a high degree of business acumen – specific skills, planning and control – and emotional intelligence – methods to keep people motivated and engaged. Leaders who have sensitivity to relationships and do a good job of building relationships have something beyond business skills that help organizations succeed. They have highly developed emotionally intelligent behaviors”.
In this webinar, we will discuss the link between Emotional Intelligence and successful leadership. You will learn how different applications of EI can be used and how it can play a key role in developing leadership, organizational change and impact an organization’s financial performance. Christopher Aarons and Tammy Jones, Partner Relations Consultants at MHS, will walk participants through the EQ-I 2.0 Leadership Report to show how you can implement it into your Leadership Development program. In addition, they will share a number of case studies so you can see EI in action in real organizations.
Social tools allow you to make a big organization feel smaller, more intimate. What leading organizations have witnessed is that by using these tools to make connections, have conversations and build engaged communities, individuals feel a part of something and are willing to give a bit more.
In this presentation, TemboSocial Vice President of Client Strategy David Bator will outline strategies for engaging employees online in 2014. David will offer a peek behind the firewall at how leading organizations are successfully blending strategy and social tools to engage their employees in meaningful conversations with a particular emphasis on multi-generational talent strategies, a holistic approach to social recognition, embracing two-way dialogue in online communications with employees and how celebrating an employee’s personal legacy propels enterprise success.
In a 2013 survey by Bersin by Deloitte, 57% of HR professionals said they plan to purchase new software within the next 18 months. Some of these buyers are bound to face a few challenges during the implementation phase. For many more, the real challenge will begin after the software goes live: getting teammates — and, in many cases, the employee population at large — to actually use the software.
Whether you’re purchasing new HR software or seeking to enhance utilization of your current solutions, we’ll address seven of the most important factors that increase user adoption. During this webinar you’ll learn the following three things and more:
How high adoption ensures a positive ROI and enhances HR’s credibility as an information hub
How involving employees in compensation, career development and learning initiatives help increase adoption
Why the whole point of HR software is to help you improve the ways you serve your organizations
Organizational Strategic Plans are calling for talent to deliver on aggressive agendas with limited resources in a whole new set of work realities. It is vital that HR professionals adopt a whole new approach in regards to ensuring that human resources are able to deliver on the strategic goals of the organization.
Join Cy Wakeman, New York Times bestselling author and blogger, in this session where she’ll introduce a revolutionary new performance metric for quantifying employee value to the organization. Cy will reveal five groundbreaking findings, “New Rules of the Workplace” that call for HR to completely change its approach to managing change, measuring performance, and creating engagement to truly support business missions and strategies.
Did you know that less than 1 in 3 organizations characterize their high potential programs as effective? Or that less than 20 percent of HR professionals globally report strong bench strength in their succession planning programs? Critical talent shortages and constraints in organizations have real impact on business strategy and operations. Join us in this webinar where we will review industry research and trends from leading talent management organizations, and give you the information you need to implement and maintain high potential identification, development, and engagement strategies in your organization. This webinar is suitable for all HR and Talent Management professionals.
When you think about it, what isn't changing? Industries, organizations, jobs, work, and even people's expectations are shifting. So it's only to be expected that learning will also adapt to meet the needs of all the change around us. This webinar will explore a broad range of topics such as:
• Social learning and how it will continue to evolve to meet new social technologies
• What the Kahn Academy could mean for corporate learning
• The role of accreditation in providing "trophies" to the next generation of learning
• Eight strategies for accelerating development of new employees as experienced employees leave the workplace
• Augmented reality and the implication for just-in-time learning
And in the spirit of social learning, YOU are the content. Bring your ideas to the table to collaborate on understanding the future of learning.
The most important benefit Millennials say they want from a new company is an opportunity for advancement and career development. Yet companies are very clearly saying that employees are responsible for their own development. Essentially, every employee has a DIY career. What can we do to enable careers in organizations and meet the expectations of our newest employees? We'll interactively discuss the key capabilities every employee should develop and share ideas on how Millennials can approach a DIY career.