Happy employees make productive employees. HR managers are now finding that compensation and benefits alone cannot keep employees happy; they also need nurturing through proper training and development. Join the BrightTALK talent management community to learn how to engage and retain your best talent by providing them with the tools and rewards they need to enhance their performance and reach their potential.
Employees going through the transition to parenthood can be lost from the most demanding roles in the workforce and/or from the talent pipeline, unless we pay attention to this area.
Coaching that acknowledges the challenges of new parenthood, and focuses on communicating, prioritising, being influential and proactive at work can make the difference between employees returning long term, or leaving again. And equipping line managers for effective, timely communication as well as tips on avoiding pitfalls makes a huge difference.
In this webinar we examine the business case and hear first-hand from employers who are reaping the benefits.
Are you a global company struggling to answer simple management questions regarding employees quickly? Is getting basic employee information slow, painful, laborious and time consuming? Do you report reactively on the past? Does your data sit in silos across multiple sources without one version of the truth?
If you face any of these issues in your HR team, then join this webinar to hear from Fairsail about how HR can fly on instruments instead of flying blind.
Mitsubishi UFG has employees in multiple locations with complex cross-border statutory requirements, different benefits and processes in existence. Learn how consolidation of their legacy HR systems made managing this simple, improved HR productivity and delivered a better employee experience.
SolarWinds has achieved tremendous growth through both organic and inorganic activity including 12 acquisitions over a three year period. With such a rapid increase in employee numbers, the company required a robust and scalable cloud HRMS to manage the entire workforce and provide better workforce visibility to management. This video explains why SolarWinds chose Fairsail's HRMS.
More and more federal employees are making the transition to life after government. Regardless of where you are in your career, it pays to plan carefully for this life-changing event. Join us for a discussion of benefits available to federal retirees, pitfalls to avoid and key tips for making the most of your retirement.
Technology company DADI decided to dispense with offices for good. Founding partner Chris Mair explains why he rejected bricks and mortar and how the company runs on an entirely distributed basis.
“We thought long and hard about the role of an office in the kind of company that we are and decided to give it a go without a permanent base.”
Flexible Boss editor Heather Greig-Smith asks Chris what lessons other organisations can learn from this approach, looking at the infrastructure, culture and effort needed to make remote working a business success.
This session will help organisations keen to embed flexibility and increase employee autonomy and engagement. Tips to help managers, departments and teams challenge the status quo - even if they want to keep their offices as well.
More and more companies are taking an international view, in order to try and insulate themselves against economic woes in individual countries and are opening offices in far flung climbs.
So with this in mind how should HR departments approach the task of making businesses more mobile? How should issues regarding ever changing legal and immigration rules be approached for example. And how should HR departments deal with the difficult task of assisting employees in relocating individuals and the more complex task of relocating families.
Souvent nous nous focalisons sur le problème, sans penser que celui-ci peut être une source d’énergie. Et si nous pouvions recycler le stress? Comment pouvons-nous l’exploiter pour en tirer un avantage ? En quoi le fait de connaitre notre type de personnalité nous donne des leviers au quotidien?
Lors de ce webinaire gratuit, Audrey Costalin, consultante formatrice d'OPP France, abordera la dynamique du stress au travers du MBTI, et expliquera comment optimiser le stress pour non seulement diminuer les tensions, mais aussi pour en faire un élément moteur du succès.
Il n'est pas nécessaire d'être certifié MBTI pour suivre ce wébinaire.
Join top ADP Sales Performers for a live Q&A discussion around opportunities in ADP’s Northern California Sales division. Register and learn live how ADP gives you the tools to shape your career. Can’t make the live webinar? A recording will be sent to your inbox. Submit any questions for this one-time event to: email@example.com
Essentially, employer awards are a great way of building employer brand both internally and externally.
They provide a 'short form' way of getting a company's message and culture out both internally, and to potential external talent.
And in a marketplace where more of the talent than ever before has work and family commitments, some employers are leading the field!
We’re joined by two organisations running key award schemes, Working Families and workingmums.co.uk, to discuss the trends in making work+family work and what they look for when it comes to award entries.
We’ll also be hearing from multi award winning employers who’ll be sharing their stories.
At today's rate of growth, the size of the digital universe in 2025 will be 176 zettabytes, of information. To put that into perspective, a single zettabyte is enough to hold 250 billion DVDs. All of it could have some relevance to national security. The Defense Department and Intelligence Community will be in charge of managing an exponentially growing amount of outside data, along with an exploding volume of internal data from warfighters in the field, sensors overhead, and from increasingly complex and connected pieces of military equipment. They'll have to manage it via common IT architecture (IC-ITE), do so securely, and in the face of ever more technologically advanced adversaries.
Welcome to the Defense information environment of the year 2025. This event will give stakeholders, technologists, and the public an understanding of how Department of Defense and the Intelligence Community view the future of digital information. It will touch on new technologies, from quantum encryption to optic telecommunications and even cognitive computing. But it will also look at practical steps that the Defense Department is taking today to prepare for the digital world a decade ahead.
Hiring executives through inbound is a reality. Just ask Tony Le from IAC Publishing who hired 3 executive positions using recruitment marketing on the SmartRecruiters platform, saving him $250,000 in executive search fees.
This webcast will explain how to provide an amazing candidate experience and give you the tips and tricks to resurrect your inbound candidates.
Recorded at the Hiring Success User Conference 2016, Inbound Isn't Dead features, Tony Le from IAC Publishing and Roy Baladi from SmartRecruiters.
Learn how employers use backup family care to keep their employees engaged at work – and on the job – when an unexpected change in how they care for a child, parent, spouse or other family member arises. Two leaders in employer-sponsored family care solutions will share real-world examples of how leading employers across the U.S. leverage backup family care to get the job done every day.
We can all get stressed from time to time. Sometimes things really boil over, what MBTI users call ‘being in the Grip’, but much more often we just have to manage the everyday stresses of life.
In this webinar, Penny Moyle, CEO of OPP, and John Hackston, Head of Research, will take you through how, when we become stressed, an over-reliance on our strengths means that we don’t perform at our best, but how an awareness of our MBTI Type will help us to avoid, survive and master the effects of stress. They will also show you how to use new imagery and resources to explain these concepts to others.
You don’t need to be a qualified MBTI Practitioner to participate in this webinar, but it will help if you know your MBTI Type preference.
NOTE - There was a sound problem on this webcast so you may want to skip between 14:58 and 17:56. Apologies for the inconvenience.
Regardless of climate conditions, pre-conditioning your engine will extend the life of Diesel Particulate Filters, extending regeneration intervals and reducing maintenance costs and failures. DPF failures are costly. Learn how a DPF works and how it fails, and how to protect your fleet and save on these costly repairs.
Its so easy to get caught up in the minutia – but you’ve got to get work done. And then there is your personal life…yes, that is important too! We are all learning that work/life balance is a myth – it’s about work life focus, and owning critical pieces at the right time. Our programs helps attendees understand roadblocks to their day and get more done, while maintaining control of their expectations and constraints. We look at actions and priorities, empowerment and evaluation as tools to take control of your day.
The proposed Fair Labor Standards Act changes coming in 2016 will have major implications for your organization, but it will impact the bottom line most of all. Do you know what it will cost you in additional pay and overtime? Are you prepared to be audited if you have Independent Contractors?
This one hour session will walk through all the current proposals and probable changes to the FLSA in 2016. Suggested pay rates will more than double for some employees, budgets will rise across the board as costs rise, and exemption categories are being inspected closely. There may be alternatives to these changes that you can use in your operation to make sure you’re in compliance NOW and plan for tomorrow.
• Strategies for dealing with the new requirements
• Formulas for adjusting Salary/Hourly Rates
• Communication Techniques for discussing these changes with employees
• Are they Independent Contractors or Employees?
• Who is exempt and who isn’t
So what has been the impact of Shared Parental Leave? Is it a revolution that’s finally taken the gender issue out of parenting, or still a small ripple among a few daring pioneers?
One year on from the legislation coming into effect, this webinar will look at the following areas:
• How employers have changed their parental pay and policies.
• Take-up, strategic impact and the factors that have influenced it
• What challenges and successes employers have experienced since implementing changes.
• What employers have learnt and how it has affected their broader approach to working parents
Today’s concept of a manager is about people development, being supportive to a variety of needs, having techniques to help you manage your own mood, put others in ‘good humour’, be resilient, self-motivated and motivate others amongst other more technical skills is a must. Being the ‘go-to manager’ that is approachable and supportive when others need you are all part of the skills needed in today’s working environment. Laughology understands the role of the manager has changed, in fact even using the term manager seems old fashioned. Team leaders, people leaders or even just leaders seems more apt. It’s all about knowing how to stay on-top in order to keep your team on-top, happy, supported and feeling good. Understanding more about the brain and how it works helps people and organisations increase their ability to recognise their potential and ability, to take on challenges, persist and develop. We call this Growth-mind set, developing people by encouraging high –expectations and supporting them through this process.
Developing and supporting happy teams (what-ever you like to call yourself) starts with developing the individual. At Laughology we understand and have researched the principles of happiness and how to create teams and individuals that are emotionally flexible. We understand happiness is about understanding human beings, not about processes and systems but developing humans to help them reach their potential and in turn they will commit to helping the organisation reach theirs.
Teamwork is seen as a business prerequisite, but as we know not all teams operate at the same level. This is true at the top of an organisation as it is elsewhere in the business. Establishing the basics around clarity, team goals and dynamics will get you good teamwork and of course good results. The difference between a good team and a high performing team is small, but the results can be up to a 3 times as much. So what are the levers and what could a team and team leader do to develop them into a great team?
This webinar aims to answer two questions:
•What are the characteristics of a High Performance Team?
•What can a team actually do to become one?
Today’s fast moving, highly competitive marketplace is placing unprecedented pressure on organisations and individuals to develop and change. From taking advantage of technology innovations to capitalising on the opening up of global markets, protecting ourselves from economic uncertainties to understanding the expectations of our customers and workers; the need for strong leadership has never been greater. Why? Because everything rises and falls on leadership.
And leadership is not about position or job title. Leadership is about the person. Strong leaders give hope and confidence. They provide the optimism that leads to success and achievement, an optimism that can so easily be affected by uncertainty and change. Leadership is a skill that can be learnt and developed.
In this webinar Simon Jackson will share his experience and insight that has been gained over many years working with leading global brands on transformation initiatives that have focused on leadership development and change programmes. We will explore the essential elements of leadership and how our behavior so significantly affects those around us. We will look at the inner game of leadership to understand how our own thinking may be holding us back.
If you are an experienced leader, how do you know how you are doing? Whether you are an experienced leader or you are aspiring to lead others, we all have the ability to grow and become better leaders.
In her keynote speech, Jude Jennison introduces 7 leadership skills that horses teach us about leading change. She explains why they are critical to business and the impact these skills have on clients, teams and organisations.
Jude inspires her audience by sharing her personal accounts of life and leadership, the lessons she has gained through her corporate leadership experience and how it was only when she overcame her fear of horses that her leadership skills developed in earnest.
Audiences are regularly moved by her stories of working with horses and leave the talk inspired to fine-tune their leadership and develop the courage, compassion and commitment that Jude role-models in every day work and life.
Jude is an international speaker, Horse Assisted Educator and author of the book Leadership Beyond Measure. She helps senior leaders develop embodied leadership skills through live events and workshops with horses. Horses provide non-judgmental feedback, enabling clients to identify their leadership behaviours and transform themselves into courageous and hugely influential, non-verbal communicators.
Most employers are coming to understand that the age-old, post-and-pray advertising tactics aren’t working, and many are venturing into a more progressive approach: Recruitment marketing. Fundamental challenges to this approach include defining key performance indicators and how to measure success.
According to the latest findings from Lighthouse Research & Advisory’s benchmark survey, Modern Measures of Success in Talent Acquisition, 78% of companies say that measuring performance in Talent Attraction and Engagement is important or critically important. The only problem (and it’s a big one) is that 45% of companies are relying on inconsistent, or anecdotal data. Among retail employers, 38% aren’t tracking performance data at all.
On March 15th 2016, 11am PDT / 2pm EST, Lighthouse’s Principal Analyst, Kyle Lagunas, will share key findings from his research on modern measures of success in these critical capabilities including:
–What key metrics hiring organizations are tracking today
–How they’re tracking performance data in these areas
–What insights they’re generating as a result
–How they’re leveraging these insights to optimize recruiting performance
Register today and as a thank you we will send you complimentary report including a summary of key findings from the research post webinar.
Improving customer experience across the federal government continues to be a priority for the Obama administration. While the road to success is full of challenges, agencies are starting to plan and deliver mission services by putting customers and citizens at the forefront of their decision-making.
Customer service champions are helping to deliver better services through the intelligent use of technology and improved management and governance, and agencies are beginning to map their many interactions with citizens to provide an improved customer service for the American public.
This continued emphasis on customer experience has the potential to transform the way people interact with government in myriad ways, from paying taxes and receiving benefits to simply navigating its many services. But developing customer-focused strategies is still a major challenge for most agencies accustomed to the bureaucracy of government, and it needs to remain an emphasis for progress to continue through to the next presidential administration.
It's no secret that state, county and municipal governments around the U.S. are vulnerable to cyber assaults. IT security personnel need to be on guard to react to rapidly changing threats from ransomware, data breaches, website vandalism and DDOS attacks to not only protect agency assets, but also sensitive information the public sector is responsible for safeguarding. But in an era of limited resources, how should state and local governments best design their defenses in the face of more and more complex threats?
In a special Route Fifty viewcast on cybersecurity, we'll interview top IT security professionals and government practitioners about the basics like effective workforce cyber training, incident response planning, two-factor authentication and privileged access systems. We'll examine some of the cybersecurity training programs and new tools and tactics to lower threat exposure and react strategically in what are often complex and rapidly unfolding incidents.
The battle for innovation has begun.
Join Defense Secretary Ash Carter and some of the brightest minds in military and consumer technology to discuss the future of innovation and national security at the first-ever Defense One Tech Summit.
Something new is in the air. A mix of excitement and apprehension has emerged from the Defense Department’s deliberate outreach to Silicon Valley and the tech world. Stakeholders from Washington to Palo Alto are abuzz about a new era in public-private partnership. It all comes as global terrorism reaches European cities and American shores, and as Western governments navigate a re-emergence of superpower geopolitics. Carter has put the call out — for patriotism, good governance, and national security: the Pentagon wants you.
But the conversation is far deeper than hoodied hackers and high-and-tight commanders exchanging wary glances. The longtime partnership between defense and tech is entering a new era. After World War II, the U.S. government, led by the military, contributed two-thirds of every dollar that went to science and technology research, the private sector just one-third. Those numbers have flipped.
Every day, tech industry giants and charismatic entrepreneurs seize territory that used to be the sole domain of the government, from robotics and autonomy to cloud computing and space conquest. The military has taken notice, outsourcing more and more innovation to private-sector players.
Now is the time to take stock, exchange ideas, and see what comes next. Now is the time for the Defense One Tech Summit.
It’s the HR issue that’s here to stay. The Office for National Statistics predicts that by 2017, 30% of the UK workforce will be over 50. This percentage is only going to increase. The implications are obviously far reaching and employers now more than ever need to consider the potential impact and how they’ll address the issues and opportunities for their older workers and wider workforce.
Employer(s) leading the field share their experience, challenges and successes on the key issues for the over 50’s including caring for older loved ones, flexibility, health and wellbeing, and multigenerational working.
Depuis plus de vingt-cinq ans, OPP aide ses clients à valoriser le capital humain dans leur organisation.
L'inventaire d'intérêts professionnels STRONG donne aux professionnels de la Mobilité et aux Responsables Carrières Ecoles les moyens de fiabiliser les solutions de mobilité et les parcours professionnels de leurs clients. Enfin il permet de gérer les budgets formations avec plus de finesse.
Ce webinaire gratuit vous propose une métholodogie pour aider le bénéficiaire à :
- envisager de nombreuses options sans autocensure,
- évaluer chaque option,
- bâtir un projet valide.
This one hour webinar will discuss various aspects of how terrorism relates to pupil transportation. Historical perspectives, current trends, and future forecasts will be examined.
Bret E. Brooks is a senior consultant and the chief operating officer for the private training and consulting firm Gray Ram Tactical, LLC. He specializes in violence related issues and his research and training programs have been used and requested all across North and South America, Europe, Australia and the Middle East. Bret frequently speaks at national and international conferences, and has published numerous articles and books. He can be reached directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We know that teams are the building blocks that hold organisations together, however even the best teams need help to maintain their effectiveness over time. OPP have been working in partnership with Macmillan for the past two years, in particular working in depth with one team experiencing extensive organisational change.
This webcast will include OPP’s approach to team development and how Macmillan are using the MBTI framework to ensure teams work even more effectively together. We will explore in more detail how we used the MBTI to build both individual and team resilience to equip the team with the tools they needed to navigate the changes they were facing.
It will have been 2 years since the right to request flexible working was opened up to
all employees with 26 weeks’ service, and not just parents and carers.
We’re joined by a panel from leading employers who embraced the concept even ahead of the legislation and built flexible working into the heart of their businesses achieving a win:win for all.
We’ll also share our latest agile working survey that gets to the heart of the challenges, needs, wants and successes of those who work (or want to work) flexibly and why and how they do so, or what barriers prevent them. What really makes it work from the point of view of employees, and has much changed in the last 2 years?
To develop and retain talent, as well as rebuilding trust and loyalty across their workforce, HR departments need to think about the future of their organisation. This webinar looks at what skills are needed to meet future demand and set up appropriate workforce planning and succession arrangements.
The key to sustaining corporate culture ultimately lies in identifying, recruiting and selecting top performing talent; talent that already fits – and thus will sustain – your culture. But how do you do that? Most organizations tend to follow the “bull’s-eye” strategy – highly focused on hitting the center of the dartboard: the skillset. However, organizations can benefit from refocusing from only the “bull’s-eye” to the entire target in identifying top performing talent. Attendees will learn how to connect the dots between attraction/selection, evaluation and development, all the while using competencies and success attributes required to not only be a top performer, but to fit culturally. They will also learn how to consistently apply these criteria when selecting and hiring talent, managing and assessing performance, and training and development throughout the lifecycle of the employee.
Attendees will gain insight and understanding into how implementing predictive success attributes, structured behavioral interviews and weighted evaluations can help identify top performing talent – talent that fits and sustains your culture.