Join this interactive session and learn how to gain attention and increase retention in your virtual training sessions. During this presentation we will learn how to leverage some of the tips, tricks and techniques used in Hollywood movies and repurpose them into virtual classroom training. The things that make a move interesting to us are the same things that also make an online virtual session interesting as well.
Imagine watching a movie with a novice actor, an undeveloped story line, no sound effects and dull back and white scenery, you’d give the movie a thumbs down. Likewise these same components can make or break a virtual online training session.
Launch your learning journey with a high energy start! This session will introduce the Institute for Human Resources (IHR) Rewards and Recognition Community and the Institute for Human Resources (IHR) certification program. Find out about the workshops that will be available, and learn how the IHR certification process works. Throughout this conference you will gain practical ideas and concepts that you will be able to put into practice in your organization. Because recognition addresses the human need to be valued and to provide value in the workplace, a framework for rewards and recognition is vitally important. Giving employees recognition for the contributions that make a difference in your business has been proven to improve retention, enhance engagement, and positively impact business performance.
Service award anniversaries. Many organizations establish employee recognition programs to enhance levels of engagement and reinforce core company values and culture. Often overlooked is the strong return on investment that effective employee recognition programs can deliver. For many organizations, these are often seen as just a benefit. Yet when done right, celebrating key career milestones are a powerful opportunity to achieve specific business objectives. Presented by OC Tanner's Manager of Speaking and Training, Jeff Birk is sure to give you an entertaining and informative webinar that you will not soon forget. Walk away with great stories as well as concrete business objectives which will help you make your career celebrations a vital part of your company.
We’ve all heard the phrase “Cash is King.” And no one is disputing the importance of cash in our every day lives, but when it comes to motivation programs, non-cash rewards have proven to have more motivating power. In fact, offering a broad selection of non-monetary or experiential rewards has been linked with greater focus on goals, lasting associations with the behaviors for which they were earned, and the creation of deeper emotional connections with an organization or brand. Research by Scott Jeffrey and Gordon Adomdza (2011) found that non-cash awards better capture employee attention and that people spend significantly more time thinking about tangible, non-monetary rewards than their cash equivalent, making the reward more meaningful.
While recognition programs are expanding in scope and influence in the marketplace, “employee recognition” has a growing image problem. Among many frontline staff and supervisors, some of the most common reactions to recognition are cynicism, sarcasm, or apathy. Why? Because much recognition is viewed as contrived, impersonal, and disingenuous.
The perception of inauthenticity is a critical issue that needs to be understood and addressed. If it is not, our actions, programs, and resources will become (more of) a source of jokes, derision, and viewed as a waste of resources.
In this presentation, Dr. White will explore the nature of genuineness and what factors lead to a perception of inauthenticity. Is authenticity reality- or perception-based? What practices do we need to examine (and possibly, revise)? What are the results of being perceived as not being “real”? What can we do practically to address the issues?
Awards, Rewards, Recognition? What does it all mean and how do I implement something that will be highly values by our employees?
"Recognition", is the latest buzz in the business world. Leaders have heard the terms and read about some amazing results, but how do you implement recognition in a way, which will both increase performance and last the test of time. This presentation defines recognition and shows some best practices to implementing recognition systems; processes and rituals that will be both highly valued and persist the test of time. Recognition can be tricky, but having some guidance can make a huge difference.
A highly interactive workshop which defines culture, defines accountability, and provides a proven four-step process for installing an accountability-based culture. The four steps-Share Your Vision, Bring Your Vision to Life, Weave Accountability into the Fabric of the Organization, and Model the Way-will be covered in detail, and since effective feedback is foundational to any change process, we will describe our feedback methodology. This workshop has been successfully delivered in the USA, Canada, China, Singapore and Malaysia, so we know that it is applicable across different cultures. It is based on our extensive international experience. Participants will be encouraged to become involved, and ask questions.
The day of a full-life-cycle Corporate Recruiter is pretty busy these days, isn't it? Meetings with hiring managers, posting jobs, screening resumes, phone screens, scheduling interviews, conducting interviews, extending and negotiating offers, onboarding…oh, and you are expected to source too, right? But what does that even mean? How do you find the time to generate additional candidate flow beyond the organic candidate flow from your job postings? How do I know where to start and where to focus? Join Ben Gotkin, Principal Consultant at Recruiting Toolbox, and former full-life-cycle Corporate Recruiter, for an in-depth discussion on a realistic definition of sourcing for full-life-cycle recruiters, how to set yourself up for success, how to optimize your sourcing efforts, and how to find time for it all. Ben feels your pain…let the healing begin…
What is the next trend in talent discovery? As resources become more and more mobile (which in today’s world has the double meaning of (1) they don’t stay in one job for very long, and (2) they manage their lives with mobile devices), as information becomes more ubiquitous, and as work becomes less clearly defined, will we still match resources to jobs the same way we always have? What are some the trends and technologies effecting this change? How might you react to it? Why should you care?
Artificial intelligence offers some new and very interesting advantages to the practice of HR and specifically to the process of resource discovery. Just to name a few:
•Goes Beyond Key Words to find non-standard descriptions and less obvious job-fit
•Fast and Accurate and takes only seconds to cull through millions of profiles
•Perfect For the New World of Social Recruiting by leveraging the social footprint
•Customizes to your Needs by understanding past behavior
•Gets Smarter by learning what’s important to you
For the past year, our research team has extensively tracked and studied online traffic analytics relating to guidance sought by Recruiters. The results of the study have been alarming: An overwhelming number of Recruiters seek answers regarding seemingly basic principles, such as how to leave an effective voicemail, what makes for good recruiting metrics, how to drive results, and the basic idea surrounding a talent pipeline. In "The Lost Recruiter," Steve Lowisz will unravel the key reasons why Recruiters fail and provide insight on how to improve the odds of the Recruiter’s long-term success. This practical and engaging session will provide you with examples of key questions, guidelines, and metrics Recruiters can put into action tomorrow to drive the best possible results. The top questions asked by Recruiters and revealed by the study will be answered and common issues will be addressed.