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Talent Management

  • Be among the first to get SAP S/4HANA certified! Be among the first to get SAP S/4HANA certified! Shaun Burgin Recorded: Jul 14 2016 40 mins
    Join the SAP expert in this kick-off webinar and learn more about your Journey to the S/4HANA Implementation Certification.

    More info: https://training.sap.com/shop/content/s4hanapartners
  • The Route Fifty Navigator Awards: A Look at Top Leaders and Innovators The Route Fifty Navigator Awards: A Look at Top Leaders and Innovators Presented by: Route Fifty | Underwritten by: Grant Thornton Recorded: Jul 13 2016 59 mins
    Route Fifty recently launched the Navigator Awards program honoring individuals and teams across state, county, and municipal governments who have demonstrated the ability to implement innovative ideas to solve problems and improve public sector services in the communities they serve.

    We'll sit down with key thought leaders to give a sneak peek into the process of choosing the Navigator Award finalists over five different categories. In addition to detailing the award categories, we'll discuss the qualities that make these leaders or teams so successful in driving change and innovation.

    We'll be highlighting the following categories:
    - State and Local Executive Leadership
    - IT and Data Innovators
    - Agency and Department Chiefs
    - The Next Generation
    - Government Allies and Cross-Sector Partners

    Join us on July 13th, as we continue our journey in identifying the state and local innovators and leaders who are turning their in
  • Talk the Talk: How Ongoing Career Conversations Drive Business Success Talk the Talk: How Ongoing Career Conversations Drive Business Success Ron Raque Recorded: Jul 13 2016 17 mins
    What employees want related to Career Development and the critical importance of career conversations in light of emerging workforce trends.
  • Is the 70:20:10 approach disrupting the L&D world as we know it? Is the 70:20:10 approach disrupting the L&D world as we know it? Jennifer Orlev Recorded: Jul 13 2016 20 mins
    Jennifer Orlev talks about "How SAP delivers the 70:20:10 model internally to drive business through the SAP Ecosystem"
  • Building resilience and navigating change within Macmillan Cancer Support Building resilience and navigating change within Macmillan Cancer Support Catherine Ellwood, Principal Consultant Recorded: Jul 7 2016 45 mins
    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 instrument to build both individual and team resilience to equip the team with the tools they needed to navigate the changes they were facing.
  • Spencer Ogden selects Fairsail to support global operations Spencer Ogden selects Fairsail to support global operations Donna Hewett, Operations Director & Emma Brennan, Senior HR Advisor - Spencer Ogden Recorded: Jul 6 2016 5 mins
    Spencer Ogden is the global energy, engineering and infrastructure recruiter of choice. Founded in 2010, the company has undergone rapid growth scaling to over 350 employees across 15 locations worldwide. This drove the need for a global HR system that would streamline day-to-day processes and allow for a much better HR service that would deliver real business benefit. Learn more about why they chose Fairsail.
  • Fairsail HRMS 30-min demo Fairsail HRMS 30-min demo Dan Mayer, Solutions Consultant, Fairsail Recorded: Jul 6 2016 28 mins
    This short 30 minute demo will take you through a high level overview of Fairsail's award-winning, global cloud HR system.
  • How fast-growing tech businesses are turning HR into a strategic pillar How fast-growing tech businesses are turning HR into a strategic pillar Paul Burrin, CMO, Fairsail & Jack Hershman, Hot Topics Recorded: Jul 5 2016 42 mins
    This webinar will discuss the findings from interviews conducted by Hot Topics with HR leaders in fast-growing technology businesses such as Skyscanner, AirBnB, Pinterest and many others. Hear from Hot Topics journalist, Jack Hershman and Fairsail CMO, Paul Burrin, about how these HR leaders are transforming their business and gaining competitive advantage and learn about some of the challenges faced and overcome.
  • Emotional intelligence: is it more relevant than we think? Emotional intelligence: is it more relevant than we think? Fiona Ferguson (L&D Manager, Tesco) and Nikhita Dost (Consultant, OPP) Recorded: Jun 30 2016 32 mins
    Emotional Intelligence is a concept that has attracted both popularity and criticism in the business world. A major challenge that HR, L&D and consultancy professionals face is demonstrating the effectiveness of what is considered “soft” skills training. Key questions remain: Can emotional intelligence be developed? Should it be trained? What is the impact of developing Emotional Intelligence for individuals, the organisation and customers?

    In this webcast, join Fiona Ferguson (L&D Manager, Tesco) and Nikhita Dost (Consultant, OPP) as they share insights from implementing and evaluating Emotional Intelligence training for leaders at Tesco. They will discuss links between Emotional Intelligence and MBTI theory, resilience and customer focus. Their findings suggest Emotional Intelligence training may have a wider reach than we think, helping to promote a better customer experience.
  • From feelings and perceptions to data driven decisions From feelings and perceptions to data driven decisions Peter Anderson Recorded: Jun 29 2016 32 mins
    Join Peter for a 30 minute webinar on how the value of user insight will move you from problem-fixing to problem-solving.
  • Course 1: Unlocking The Power of Your Workforce with Collaborative Learning Course 1: Unlocking The Power of Your Workforce with Collaborative Learning Caitlin Bigsby & Mark Britz Recorded: Jun 29 2016 63 mins
    Saba Summer School Series:

    Taking a collaborative approach to learning can help you better connect, engage, and retain your workforce, while at the same allowing you to achieve greater ROI from your L&D investments. In this webinar, you’ll discover why learning is most effective when it’s collaborative and ways you can foster a culture of collaborative learning within your organization.
  • School Buses: The Terrorism Target School Buses: The Terrorism Target Bret E. Brooks, Chief Operating Officer, Gray Ram Tactical, LLC Recorded: Jun 28 2016 64 mins
    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 bretbrooks@grayramtacticaltraining.com.
  • Don't forget the candidate! 5 strategies to improve candidate experience. Don't forget the candidate! 5 strategies to improve candidate experience. Russell Beck Recorded: Jun 16 2016 44 mins
    This live webinar hosted by Russell Beck and Simon Blockley will provide a valuable insight into the recruitment experience from a candidate's perspective. Attendees will learn how to give candidates what they really want and will take away 5 strategies to improve their candidate experience. Practical and fun, this 45 minute webinar may change the way you recruit forever!
  • Mobilité et projet professionnel Mobilité et projet professionnel Antony ERB Recorded: Jun 16 2016 49 mins
    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.
  • Align your stars: performance management that drives results Align your stars: performance management that drives results Lori Kleiman Author and Managing Facilitator, HR Topics Recorded: Jun 15 2016 41 mins
    Leadership in human resources requires understanding of the strategic initiatives and the ability to align organizational talent with success. Planning for the future needs of human capital, is a key component to success as a HR executive. In this action packed program, we will look at performance management through the lens of strategic. Attendees will walk about with an understanding of what to look for in a strategic plan, and how to craft performance discussions to ensure only those that are headed in the same direction as leadership are considered top talent. We will review a HR Topics proprietary tool that helps organizations evaluate who is really top talent, and what those individuals might need to move to the next level. Finally, we conclude with recommendations of how to incorporate changes to the performance conversation into the organization and impact a culture shift that will drive results.
  • Undervalued and Over 50 Undervalued and Over 50 Jennifer Liston-Smith Recorded: Jun 15 2016 64 mins
    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.
  • Defense One Tech Summit 2016 Livestream Defense One Tech Summit 2016 Livestream Presented by: Defense One | Underwritten by: Booz Allen Hamilton Recorded: Jun 10 2016 132 mins
    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.
  • Defense One Tech Summit: Mission Critical Defense One Tech Summit: Mission Critical Defense One Recorded: Jun 10 2016 59 mins
    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.
  • Defense One Tech Summit: Challenges to Connecting Defense One Tech Summit: Challenges to Connecting Defense One Recorded: Jun 10 2016 30 mins
    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.
  • Defense One Tech Summit: NSA and the Future of Intelligence Technology Defense One Tech Summit: NSA and the Future of Intelligence Technology Defense One Recorded: Jun 10 2016 26 mins
    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.
  • Defense One Tech Summit: From DARPA to Daesh Defense One Tech Summit: From DARPA to Daesh Defense One Recorded: Jun 10 2016 39 mins
    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.
  • Defense One Tech Summit: New Wars, New Business, New Tech Defense One Tech Summit: New Wars, New Business, New Tech Defense One Recorded: Jun 10 2016 27 mins
    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.
  • Defense One Tech Summit: Defending Defense Networks Defense One Tech Summit: Defending Defense Networks Defense One Recorded: Jun 10 2016 30 mins
    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.
  • Defense One Tech Summit: Super Soldiers Defense One Tech Summit: Super Soldiers Defense One Recorded: Jun 10 2016 36 mins
    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.
  • Defense One Tech Summit: Venturing into National Security Defense One Tech Summit: Venturing into National Security Defense One Recorded: Jun 10 2016 26 mins
    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.