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Does your organization view training as an expense versus an investment with predicted return? Do you need to link training with the value it produces for your company?

In this session, training and evaluation expert Dave Basarab will spotlight Predictive Evaluation (PE), the first and only training and evaluation approach to add the element of prediction. Using Dave’s innovative PE Model, trainers and business leaders can successfully predict training’s results, value, intention, adoption and impact, allowing them to make smarter, more strategic training and evaluation investments. PE enables trainers to accurately forecast and measure training’s value, track progress and clearly report the results.

Date: May 5 2014
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Dave Basarab
Dave Basarab Consulting

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Dave Basarab Consulting
 
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Performance management is always a hot topic because leaders want to ensure employees are high performing and delivering business results. For many managers, performance management is a dreaded process because it’s often too complex, time consuming, and discussions are viewed as conflict conversations. While leaders understand the science of their performance management program, they often struggle with the artfulness of the process. This webinar provides participants with the knowledge of how to leverage the ‘art’ of performance management, and the tactical skills to conduct the planning, managing, assessing, and rewarding phases of the process. We layer on a generational perspective to performance management, by exploring what each generation expects and desires.
Date: May 5 2014
Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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Giselle Kovary
n-gen People Performance, Inc

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n-gen People Performance, Inc
 
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EI interventions often serve the function of putting the spotlight on investments in people development and challenging the level of ROI. Whilst these programs have bottom-line impact, they are not for the fainthearted or for HR professionals prepared to settle for the easy option. When practitioners embark on an EI intervention, they are often charting new territory. This usually involves being accountable for ‘people competence’ and being required to quantify the changes accomplished in more concrete ways than in the past. For professionals who choose to venture into this territory, there are results to be gained for individuals, teams and the organization as a whole through intelligent and careful planning. It is time for the so called ‘soft skills’ which encompass EI to be considered as both credible and concrete. Emotional intelligence is tangible, measurable and has a significant impact on the bottom line.
Date: May 5 2014
Time: 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
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Jim Henderson
Alverno College

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Alverno College
 
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A recent study by Booz & Company highlighted that 96% of respondents believed culture change was needed in their organization and 51% need a “major culture overhaul.” It’s clear most leaders do not fully understand how to effectively manage culture change with clarity.

There are very specific techniques to effectively manage performance priorities, challenges or goals based on an organization’s unique culture. These techniques are not widely understood but they are the key to sequencing and prioritizing improvements to have the maximum impact on performance. Each participant will learn culture fundamentals and complete a one page culture alignment roadmap in order to highlight specific gaps and improvement approaches that would have a direct impact on performance.

Date: May 6 2014
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Tim Kuppler
The Culture Advantage

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The Culture Advantage
 
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When two or more gather, insanity ensues! Who among us has not said to ourselves "this place is crazy" at least once a week, if not daily?

Believe it or not, we are just doing what we were taught to do by our parents, teachers and workplaces. The good news is that the insanity can stop; the bad news is that every individual in the workplace has to embrace 4 simple practices that can eradicate craziness overnight.

Come to this session ready to learn the 4 practices and open to look at why and what you do to contribute to workplace insanity. You’ll be motivated to put these practices into action only after you have a few good laughs, understand what’s really going on in you and others and see how simple the practices really are.

Date: May 6 2014
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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Theresa Gale
Transform, Inc.

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Transform, Inc.
 
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Most of us know about businesses that struggle to keep a team together. They are beset with unmotivated and disengaged employees or experience high turnover. Too often, the best employees, seeking a more satisfying work environment, look for a way out not long after being hired.

In this 1 hour session, facilitator and team development consultant, Dianne Crampton, will help you identify and avoid three serious Performance Management mistakes that damage employee collaboration and high performance team work. You will achieve a foundational understanding of the principles/behaviours, skills and culture characteristics that support superior levels of sustainable workforce collaboration and teamwork.

Date: May 6 2014
Time: 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM
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Dianne Crampton
TIGERS Success Series

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TIGERS Success Series
 
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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.
Human Resources ManagementTraining and DevelopmentLeadershipOrganizational DevelopmentPerformance ManagementCultureMotivationPM MetricsJob DescriptionCompetenciesPM Succession PlanningPM RetentionTechnologyPM AssessmentCascading Goals360 Feedback High Performing TeamsStrategic HRRe-EngineeringOrganizational DiagnosisMergers and AcquisitionsMeasurement of Culture and ClimateKnowledge ManagementJob Design/TeleworkEmployee Satisfaction/EngagementDiversityDecision MakingSkills/CompetenciesCommunication ProgramsChange ManagementCareer and Succession PlanningLeadership ModelsLeadership PhilosophiesCareer ManagementCorporate CultureTrendsStrategic Decision MakingSuccession PlanningMeasurement and MetricsLeadership RetentionSelectionLeading OthersLeading ChangeEmpowermentLeading SelfLeadership CompetenciesMotivatingNegotiationCollaborationDelegationDeveloping and Coaching OthersCommunicationLeadership Training and DevelopmentMentoringAction LearningExecutive CoachingTrain Your LeadersEvaluationsOrientationPresentation TipseLearningClassroomOnline Collaboration ToolsWeb-BasedVideo ConferencingApproaches and Systems (not software)GamesCorporate LearningImplementationAuthoring ToolsOutsourcing TrainingAnalytics and MeasurementSimulationsLearning Content Management SystemsLearning Management SystemsBlended LearningContent DevelopmentPlanning and StrategyIntegrated Talent ManagementTechnology Enabled LearningHR in CanadaCanadian Masters In HR Strategy & ExecutionHR IndustriesPerformance Reviews
Date: Oct 6 2014
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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Arupa Tesolin
Learning Paths International Canada

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Learning Paths International Canada
 
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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.
Date: Oct 6 2014
Time: 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
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Mike Rustici
Rustici Software

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Rustici Software
 
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