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Talent Management

  • Organizations spend a lot of time, effort and resources identifying and hiring the best employees. The last thing they want is to lose that investment – whether it’s because a disengaged employee leaves OR because a disengaged employee stays. It’s time for organizations to create dedicated engagement strategies for their workforce.
    Employee engagement is not a one-size-fits-all strategy. Join the Findly team and Sharlyn Lauby, author of the blog HR Bartender on Wednesday, December 2 at 11am PDT / 2pm EDT as we discuss how to create an engagement strategy for your hourly workforce. The webinar will cover:

    •The bottom-line benefits of making engagement a business priority
    •How using talent networks can create candidate engagement
    •3 strategies for engaging your hourly employees
    •Steps for creating an engagement strategy
  • Depuis plus de vingt ans, OPP aide les talents à atteindre leur plein potentiel grâce à une meilleure connaissance de soi.

    Pour réussir dans leur poste actuel et préparer leur fonction de demain, OPP accompagne les talents à miser sur leur forces individuelles pour améliorer leur style de management et développer un leadership authentique, favorisant ainsi le succès de l'organisation.

    Antony ERB, directeur d'OPP France, a accompagné de nombreux talents de grandes entreprises. Il partagera son expérience avec vous le 3 décembre prochain lors d'un webinaire gratuit.
  • When faced with increased market pressures and the unavoidable need for change, the first port of call for many organisations is to focus on the skills and capabilities of their people. Indeed, corporate training and development is a growing area. Research shows year on year double-digit growth since 2011 in corporate training spend. And whilst capability and skill development is an inevitable part of organisational development and effectiveness, the question however has to be, are we truly getting the returns on the investments being made? Is capability development meeting the needs of the organisation?

    In this webinar Simon Jackson will share his experience and insight that has been developed over many years working with leading global brands on transformation initiatives that have focused on leadership development and change programmes. We will explore what is really needed to transform the capability of your people and create high performance.
  • In a period of change, when teams are joining together – following a merger for example-, how can you start creating the right culture, from the very first time they are meeting? In this presentation Delphine Jones shares an approach she has successfully used with teams. This has enabled teams at all levels to engage in the change, to feel valued and listened to and to create a culture of openness and equal partnership. Creating a new experience and connecting at human and emotional levels are two of the key principles to this approach. These events generate energy and hope in the change from identifying a common purpose. Change starts with great conversations.
  • In challenging and rapidly changing business environments, new leadership skills and behaviours are needed to lead through uncertainty and transform business. Leaders need to be agile and influential at all levels within the organisation. The old style of command and control no longer works. Instead, blame, judgment and criticism need to be replaced by responsibility and shared leadership.

    Organisations who embrace a collective leadership approach will engage teams, inspire their clients and create lasting change.

    Research shows that in the presence of horses, people are more aligned, more authentic and more transparent in their approach. Horses model leading from the collective, where every member of the herd takes responsibility for combined success. Jude will explain how working with horses enables teams to model collective leadership and lead change with confidence and clarity.

    Jude is an international speaker, Horse Assisted Educator and author of the book Leadership Beyond Measure. She helps senior leaders develop embodied leadership skills that have a profound impact on clients and teams. Through live events and workshops, she partners with horses who provide non-judgmental feedback, enabling clients to identify their leadership behaviours and transform themselves into courageous and hugely influential, non-verbal communicators.

    Twitter: @judejennison and @leadershipwhisp
    Linked In: http://uk.linkedin.com/in/judejennison
    Tel: 0800 170 1810
  • Employee Engagement is a topic which is now well understood as being a significant factor in organisational results, not least because the way employees feel about their company and how aligned they are to their organisations vision, values and aspirations has a direct relevance to their performance contribution. Despite the range of strategies and approaches applied, however, the level of employee engagement in the UK has not budged beyond about a third of the workforce who consider themselves fully engaged.

    In this webinar we will explore what are the macro conditions that need to exist to help boost employee engagement, and what are the micro drivers that enable employees to feel engaged.

    This webinar aims to answer two questions:

    •Where does employee engagement really live in an organisation?
    •What can managers actually do about it?
  • Discover why brand and culture are two sides of the same coin in professional services, and how to align them to achieve your strategic goals. In this webinar, Monica Ralli CMO and Arch Singh CHRO share how they initiated a transformation effort to renew the organization’s brand and culture, increase employee engagement and accelerate commercial success. By developing a Client Value Proposition and Employee Value Proposition in tandem, Hay Group has created a compelling story on releasing the full people potential of both clients and colleagues that resonates in both the marketplace and the organization. Learn why HR and marketing should work so closely together and how to achieve this in your organization.
  • When it comes to equity in workplace culture, diversity and inclusion often becomes an afterthought, not an ongoing process. But when "diversity" is seen as a separate area, series of trainings, or additional touch on recruiting materials rather than something that is embedded into all areas of an organization, the efforts will not be successful. This workshop will examine and discuss recent, major failed attempts at being more inclusive that resulted in isolation and tokenization as well as give practical steps at building a more welcoming environment.

    Simon Tam is an award-winning musician, author, entrepreneur, and social justice activist. His approach to activism through the arts has been highlighted in thousands of media features across 82 countries, including: BBC World News, NPR, TIME Magazine, TED talks, NBC, and the New York Times. Simon has been invited to speak with government, non-profit, and private organizations of all sizes on how to change our corporate language about diversity and create cultures centered around supporting the best practices that attract and maintain a talented workforce. As Patricia David, Global Head of Diversity at JP Morgan Chase says, “We think of diversity here at JPMorgan Chase as synonymous with talent. It’s how we achieve our business objectives. When you hear these words, “diversity,” “inclusion,” etc., try replacing them with the word “talent” – and you’ll understand what it means to us and what we’re trying to do.” This is not only a pertinent and timely topic with mass media coverage (especially within the tech fields) but an important thing for everyone, as those orgs that have family-centric policies reflect a greater ability to adapt to and profit from market changes by having a more diverse workforce.
  • The traditional performance management approach of ratings and annual appraisals is under fire, and rightly so. But what do you do instead?

    This webinar is a shortened version of my all day workshop at December’s CIPD Performance Management Conference and will look at an alternative approach where you will learn about...
    · The wider performance system operating in your organisation.
    · A diagnostics tool to discover the levers to pull to change the system.
    · Capability, and how to view it in a new way to improve future performance
    · The real role managers should play in performance management.