“Awaken the Sleeping Giants” poignantly speaks to the pivotal role HR plays at this crucial time. Through a deeper understanding of the upcoming talent shortage and its future implications, HR will be compelled to claim their place at the boardroom table. It will mean partaking in company direction, strategy and equipping the corporate culture with the “Attraction Factor”. HR will have to “stand in the gap” to create a sea-change in thinking, new levels of conscious intention and developing company culture by design rather than by default.
This powerful talk is a must-attend for HR Professionals interested in their organization’s survival.
Most people believe that money is the primary motivator for top sales people and that doing good by the world runs a distant second. That belief is wrong.
Sales leadership expert Lisa Earle McLeod spent 10,000 in the field, studying top performers from organizations like Apple, Kimberly-Clark, and Pfizer.
McLeod discovered that salespeople who sell with noble purpose - who truly want to make a difference to customers - consistently outsell salespeople who are primarily focused on sales targets and money.
In this webinar you’ll learn:
· Why Noble Sales Purpose (NSP) is the difference between an organization that’s merely effective and one that’s truly outstanding.
· How HR managers can help your sales team create a Noble Sales Purpose (NSP)
· How most managers unknowingly sabotage NSP, and how HR training can prevent that from happening.
No one has ever produced a widely accepted universal set of traits which differentiate a good leader or that are required to be a great leader, from a poor leader, despite many attempts. It was thought that a good personality model would provide the evidence to show that certain traits made good leaders. However, they have shown the opposite: good and bad leaders come from all traits. What actually distinguishes good and bad leaders is the ability to motivate themselves and others.
Understanding human motivations is the key to helping ourselves be “the best leaders they can be”, because it is the alignment of motivation with leadership which is “authentic leadership”. This webinar will provide a fundamental model of motivation in order to help attendees consciously develop it in themselves and others.
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.
Lots of organizations do leadership development. Some do it well, some not-so-well. But even those who do it well often fall short of the full impact that the program could potentially have. Some organizations fall short by outsourcing leadership development to outside providers who impose their own narrow leadership template. Others fall short by delivering tired content and retread ideas. The key is to build a program that fits your organization’s culture and honors its history, while leveraging best leadership practices from inside and outside your organization.
This webinar will draw on the case study of a $4.5 billion dollar construction company that supercharged its leadership development efforts and, as a result, grew while nearly all of its competitors were shrinking during the Great Recession. Regardless of the content and features your program currently uses, durng this webinar you’ll learn new ways to “supercharge” your program so that participants come away fully engaged and ready to lead.
Workplace grief costs U.S. businesses billions of dollars a year in reduced productivity and increased errors and accidents, yet the word grief rarely shows up in reports. In The Hidden Annual Cost of Grief in America’s Workplace 2003 report, the keyword in the title of this report is the word "hidden." It is just that factor that has caused the problem to escalate to now unimaginable proportions and it is the essential reason that it is getting worse rather than better. In this presentation we will address the definition of grief, the grief/workplace connection, the cost of "presenteeism" to corporations and we will discover how managers and other employees can support coworkers who have experienced personal loss.