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.
What is personal branding? What you are projecting to the world online and off -- and what people are saying about you. How do you maintain your authentic self and be someone easily found and regarded as a (very hire-able) thought leader in your field? That's what today's conversation is about, talking to five women who have built their own businesses (and brands!) around some aspect of personal branding and personal growth.
Who should attend? This is a no-brainer for anyone really because we are all looking to improve how our work is perceived and how we can convert that perception into more work and better networking.
Who is grabbing a cuppa and having a conversation around personal branding — that is geared towards women but could benefit men too? This episode features the following branding goddesses:
- Diana Berryman on social media and content marketing
- Remi Erogbogbo on style and beauty, finding the right color to wear for your next important interview or meeting
- Vibeke Foss on her niche building websites for female entrepreneurs
- Sophie Russell-Ross on how to create your own website and build a freelance brand
And all of these amazing women on growing a business, building a niche, and promoting yourself as a brand, online and off!
Global organizations are recognizing the massive cost of employee turnover. L&D leaders are, in turn, investing more in employee development to drive increases in employee engagement and retention. From implementing English language training for hourly workers, or advanced English for limited English proficiency (LEP) employees looking to advance in a business setting, to offering world language training for global managers, L&D leaders are offering language learning to increase engagement and retain colleagues.
A recent Rosetta Stone study reports that 80% of employees who participated in language training felt more positively towards their employer, and 66% felt more engaged with their work. In some organizations, employers have been able to attribute a 19% reduction in employee turnover to language learning. Join this webinar to see how this could look within your organization.
•Opportunities within a global organization to improve employee retention with language learning programs
•The benefits of mobile/technology-based learning and live tutoring as a combined approach
•Success stories from organizations that improved their retention rates with language
•What a language learning program looks like within a global organization
It’s clear that converging economic, technological, and demographic changes are creating talent challenges for organizations, leaders and individual contributors. Skilled individuals, particularly those in short supply, have greater leverage to dictate terms of employment to their potential employers—how, where and when they want to work. So, how does an organization engage such an employee while meeting its own business objectives and goals? The answer lies in building a coaching culture.
While meaningful work connects employees to an organization and its success, it is not enough. To foster deeper engagement and productivity, that work has to be embedded in a culture that invests in employees’ development, enables learning and empowerment, and supports individual accountability. Creating a coaching culture that encourages learning and development will help an organization attract, engage and retain the brightest talent, while also encouraging all employees to take charge of their careers.
In this webinar we will provide insights into the journey toward building a coaching culture including a model to better understand where you are in this journey, best practices for building a culture, and practical recommendations. To bring this to life, we have a special guest from Procter and Gamble who will be sharing highlights from the organization's own cultural transformation journey including decisions around how and where to build coaching skills internally as well as when to leverage external coaches.
We look forward to having you join this thought-provoking webinar!
The future of work is flexible. In order to embrace people from all works of life and backgrounds, we must embrace what technology has enabled -- as long as people have a good Internet connection, they can work from anywhere. This WITty episode will include a discussion on the benefits of allowing your team to work from anywhere (including better work-life balance, more diverse team, often lower costs), how to make a distributed or remote team flourish, how to flourish yourself working from home, the growing trend of project-based and freelance work, and the opportunities to feel connected with a community no matter where you work.
So grab a cuppa and listen from anywhere that's convenient to you and join the conversation with:
- Leanne Creasey, who previously launched and ran two of London's most popular coworking spaces, works as a startup coach for new entrepreneurs and is currently working with Cuckooz, who offers design-led serviced apartments alongside Cuckooz Nest, London's first coworking space and pay-as-you-go nursery for under twos.
- Emma MacGregor heads up the platform success team at YunoJuno whose core beliefs is to find freedom in freelancing. YunoJuno offers a platform which enables those in creative and tech freelancers to link up for work with London and New York-based agencies.
- Sophie Segal, who founded the Mindset Shift Summit a remote conference for women, alongside developing a portfolio career and running a business in sales and marketing, being a mum of two, and being involved in the flexible working space.
- Lisette Sutherland is the director of Collaboration Superpowers, a company that helps people work together from anywhere through online and in-person workshops. She also produces a weekly podcast featuring interviews with remote working experts highlighting the challenges and successes of working with virtual teams.
Ashutosh Garg, CEO and Co-Founder of Eightfold.ai tells his story and what hiring for potential means to him. Ashutosh talks about the mission of Eightfold.ai, how AI can help hiring managers find the right people with great potential, and how Eightfold's Talent Intelligence Platform(TM) helps businesses succeed and propel ahead of competition and industry.
What is mentoring? What’s the difference between coaching and mentoring? Is mentoring relevant to my organization? What are the strategies and benefits?
Mentoring is a cost efficient and trusted solution to many of the problems surrounding communication and staff development within an organization.
All new members of staff, regardless of seniority, should have an appointed mentor to assist in the induction process; the need for ongoing support with all aspects of practice is particularly important for success and happiness!
This session will seek to debunk the confusion and uncertainty that often surrounds a developmental mentoring role, outlining clearly the responsibilities of the mentor and mentee and highlighting what is to be avoided. Coaching techniques and their appropriateness will be investigated, alongside how to apply these in an agile environment, finishing with strategies on how to embed a mentoring scheme and the benefits for individuals, team and organization!
All of us have experienced conflict at some point, at home, at work, maybe at school or elsewhere – and usually it is seen as a bad thing, something that is disruptive when it comes to the workplace. Yet some people find conflict exciting, energising, something that clears the air. We all have different approaches to conflict, and if we understood these, if we know how we usually react, we can flex our conflict style and achieve better outcomes. And maybe we can help others to do so too. John Hackston, Head of Thought Leadership at OPP, discusses OPP’s research into conflict and introduces the TKI (Thomas Kilmann Conflict Mode Indicator) and shows how it can be used to create positive outcomes from conflict.
80% of developers don’t feel it’s their responsibility if unethical products go live. Are they right? This episode of WIT: Women in Touch features a conversation among women in tech who believe this majority is not right. As a follow up to July's Coed: Ethics conference, a London tech ethics conference, we're grabbing a cuppa with women who are actively working on the ethics surrounding data science, decision making, scaling, coding, the psychology and motivation behind it all.
Who should join? While our guests are awesome women in tech, the cases of Facebook, Uber and Volkswagen are not just isolated incidents and everyone at any level at any company faces ethical decisions every day. We think everyone can benefit from joining this discussion live or listening to the recording after! Applying a framework or an action plan to consider the ethical implications of your work is a business best practice.
How can we move from writing oaths and manifestos to best practices?
This week's guests:
Yanqing Cheng - high-scale networking systems engineer with MetaSwitch Networks - a job mixing forward-looking ideas with decades-old protocols, which provides constant insights into the balancing act between innovation and stability. She is fascinated by machine learning and future tech, and its impact on ethical decision making.
Anne Currie - part of the tech industry for nearly 25 years working on giant C servers and distributed systems in the 90s, eCommerce services in the noughts and DevOps and infrastructure in this decade. She is interested in the evolution of the tech industry, and of the devs who work in it. Founder of the Coed Ethics tech ethics conference.
Emma Prest - sits on the Editorial Advisory Committee of the Bureau of Investigative Journalism and on the board of Sum of Us. She was previously a program coordinator at Tactical Tech, providing hands-on help for activists using data in campaigning. She's now the executive director at DataKind UK.
Discover how your organization can avoid costly overtime by leveraging historical data to ensure you are better prepared for changes in labor demand.
During the webinar we will cover the following:
-How to use a demand forecasting framework to help you identify your key labor demand drivers
-How to leverage the framework to create optimized workforce schedules.
-Industry examples to give you actionable insights aligned to your particular business.
Join Founder and CEO of POPin Hayes Drumwright as he talks about the way town hall meetings can impact your organization when done correctly. He'll share customer examples, give you a formula to follow when doing town hall meetings, and explain best practices when it comes to truly hearing your employees and allowing their feedback to impact the direction of your company.
DecisionWise will help you understand how to create an engaged workforce. This is the age of the employee, and the majority of organizations are failing to meet their employee's expectations, why?
The authors of the best selling book The Employee Experience will share best practices for improving the employee experience and creating engaged employees in your organization.
What you can expect to learn:
--What are the different contracts we make with our employees can lead to expectation misalignment.
--The difference between the Employee Experience and Employee Engagement
--Company maturity impacts your employee experience strategy.
--Market trends that may impact the employee experience
All attendees will receive a free book signed by the authors.
Dr. Tracy Maylett: Tracy's business, coaching, and consulting background extends over a period of two decades and across five continents.Tracy is the Chief Executive Officer of DecisionWise, and is responsible for guiding the overall strategy of DecisionWise, as well as leading large-scale change efforts for clients throughout the globe.
Matt Wride, JD:As DecisionWise’s Chief Operating Officer and executive consultant, Matt oversees the company’s operations, as well as its finance, legal, and administrative functions. He consults with executives around the globe on creating employee engagement at the organizational, team, and individual levels.
Kamal Ahluwalia, President of Eightfold, discusses the unique solution that Eightfold brings to the talent management industry by providing depth in search, recommendation, and personalization. He reveals key metrics for success: time to hire, cost of hire, and quality of hire. Watch to learn more for ensuring your own growth plan.
Join Rick Webb, former SVP of Global Processes at Walmart as he shares his expertise on how to successfully manage your hourly workforce while improving operations through strategic employee scheduling. In this webinar, you will learn:
• Best practices for the top 3 challenges of managing a large hourly workforce
• The key role of scheduling in operational excellence
• How technology drives efficiency
Register today for the webinar, complete with a live audience Q&A.
What are you doing to make sure your office is diverse and welcoming? Diversity in the work environment is proven to promote acceptance, respect, and teamwork, embracing differences in race, age, gender, native language, political beliefs, religion, sexual orientation, and communication styles among employees. Movements like #metoo has us talking about this more in certain industries and at a systemic level, but what can we do as individuals in the workplace? Grab your drink and sit down to join us for what's sure to be an engaging episode of WIT: Women in Touch, when women trying to make a change are going to share their advice for how you can too, whether you are in a position to attract and hire talent or you are struggling to overcome these barriers. And, once diversity is increased at your office or university, what can you do to make it work?
Why should you join? Let's start with some facts because the status quo is unacceptable:
April 10 marks Equal Pay Day for women in the US (the infamous 78 cents on the dollar), but we are choosing to hold our discussion on diversity and pay gaps on August 8, following Equal Pay Day for black women in the US.
Women in tech make on average $40,000 less a year than their male counterparts. Women of color in tech in particular often lack the support channels and feel ostracized in their roles.
This discussion is in part a follow-up to our first episode which focused on the Working Mom. Mothers end up earning about 40% less than what their childless female counterparts earn over a lifetime. The pay gap between white women and black women is the fastest growing income inequality there is, according to a report by the Economic Policy Institute. This gap has grown from 6% in 1979 to 19% today, and it's growing directly alongside greater inequality.
The main reason to join is this isn't just an esoteric conversation, but a practical one that gives everyone practical ways to make a change, no matter what her or his role is.
York Poon, Chief Product Officer of Eightfold, discusses the challenges HR teams face today and how the eightfold.ai Talent Intelligence Platform works. York describes what Eightfold can do for your business and the value it brings. Watch this video to understand the game-changing technology Eightfold brings to the hiring, recruiting, and talent retention process.
Gamification is widely used in the consumer focussed industry to drive adoption and engagement with the brand. In this webinar we will explore how game mechanics can be set up drive better employee engagement and consequently better performance outcomes
Great customer experiences and successful business with partners often starts with productive and happy employees. They are the core of any business and the most valuable assets of an enterprise.
This is why Merck are putting the utmost importance on the well-being and satisfaction of their employees. And as we all know the first impression counts. A fresh start in a company is always an exciting experience. So how can Adobe Sign help to build on that excitement and create a superb and digitised on-boarding experience?
Watch this session - filmed at Adobe Summit, May 2018 - with Gregor Kolk (Business Development, Adobe) and Florian Wies (IT Service and Project Manager, Merck Group) to learn how Adobe Sign helped Merck:
• Make employees’ day-to-day life easier in a multiplicity of business areas usually dominated by tedious paperwork
• Wow them from the start with all-digital HR documents.
• Increase their productivity and satisfaction and strengthen employee engagement.
To recruit the best employees, foster a culture of sustainability.
You know that the best and brightest employees demand that the organization they work for be genuine about their environmental and social commitments and foster a culture of sustainability throughout the workforce.
Join Vince Digneo, Sustainability Strategist for Adobe, and hear how your company’s commitment to sustainability is not just good, it is good for business. From successful employee programs, to sustainable work spaces, learn how you and your company can be a leader in sustainability — a critical factor in attracting and retaining talent.
At Adobe, we believe that we have an obligation — to our employees, our communities, our investors, our customers, and the environment — to operate our business sustainably. The company has embraced this principle since its inception and has made sustainability a valued part of our business’s culture.
*Originally recorded as part of a SHRM webcast series
Lord Holmes of Richmond MBE, and Claire Harvey MBE, Chief Executive of Diversity Role Models, discuss why inclusion is the bedrock of innovation, the need to seek out and embrace often overlooked disabled talent, the impact of The Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR), how to incentivise and reward behaviours that drive greater D&I, tackling the awkwardness of disability language, and why greater accessibility will drive employment figures for those with disabilities.
Do you need a powerful school bus routing solution as well as easily managed reports and districtwide access to transportation information for staff, administration and parents? Transfinder shares how its technological solutions can help.
The search for quality candidates has always been the key challenge for recruiters. But with a recruiting marketing strategy and a few simple tactics, recruiters can easily attract and retain the best candidates, while simultaneously engaging with the hiring team throughout the process. Sound too good to be good true? It’s not!
Join us and Chyra Howlett, Employer Marketing Manager of Universal Music Group (UMG), for an informative and lively discussion around how talent acquisition professionals can use a recruitment marketing strategy to take their recruiting efforts to the next level. You’ll learn:
- The key recruiting initiatives at Universal Music Group (UMG) and how recruitment marketing relates to these initiatives
- How recruitment marketing affects the search for quality talent
- How to market your brand to talent externally
- How to align with your hiring team internally
The link between financial security and physical and mental wellbeing has long since been established.
Employees have to deal with busy lives and the complexities of major financial decisions, as well as key life events such as bereavement, buying a home or nearing retirement. It is not straightforward.
With nearly half of the UK showing one or more signs of financial vulnerability and 46% of UK adults saying that their knowledge of financial matters is low, it is more important than ever for employees to manage and keep on top of their daily finances.
50% of UK employees say that they feel their employers care about their financial wellbeing. But is there more UK employers can be doing to help and educate their employees on financial matters?
In this webinar our expert panel will look at the importance of teaching employees good financial habits, budgeting and creating a 'savings buffer' to help them cope with the pressures of personal finance and economic uncertainty.
In this talk, Full-Stack and Google Developer Expert Amanda Cavallaro shares how technology has impacted and affected her life and career. From her empathy and experiences growing up in Brazil, to taking the leap to move to the UK and become a software developer and an advocate for the information technology community, Amanda discusses the challenges and lessons, and how the developer community helps people achieve their potential.
The impact of technology, political and workforce trends are accelerating the pace of organizational disruption. It is in this rapidly changing environment that effective leadership from senior executives is needed to drive business performance. Yet, in 40% of companies, leaders are unprepared to meet the business issues they will fact in the next three to five years, which can impact corporate performance and its brand. As companies work to position executive leaders to maximize business outcomes leadership development is critical to effective and successful executive redeployment and transition out of the organization, if necessary. This session will provide insights into:
+The essential components for addressing executive development and mobility
+Supporting executives in thinking more broadly about their career
+Career mobility for senior executives – inside and outside the organization
+Role of executive assessment and leadership skill alignment for best success in transitioning to the next step in their career
+Hear from one executive on their experience with Right Management’s Executive Transition Services
In the competition for talent, doing something to smooth your peoples' transition to parenthood has become almost a hygiene factor. And legislative, economic and cultural factors keep gender diversity at the top of most organisations' agendas.
Employers benchmarking against their sector find that maternity coaching, or - more inclusively - a parental leave programme, is now an expected provision in sectors such as banking, legal and professional services firms, and increasingly tech, insurance, media, fast-moving consumer goods and retail sectors.
Many now provide blended (online and real world) programmes, whilst others have moved to purely digital solutions.
Maternity coaching was first introduced on a wide scale in the early 2000s. Two decades on, the world and the way we work has changed enormously.
In this lively webinar, James Marsh will be discussing the latest trends and developments and the drivers behind them, with Jennifer Liston-Smith, Director, Head of Coaching and Consultancy at My Family Care, and a recognised innovator in the Parental Leave Coaching field. We will also be joined by Diversity and inclusion specialists form leading employers, Citi and AIG. They'll be sharing their insights and experiences of the changing parental leave challenges in their organisations.
We provide an introduction into how to leverage behavioural science to better understand not only the corporation’s stated values but also the lived values of employees. By assessing institutional and individuals values, we can ascribe a numeric “score” that measures the cultural alignment (and misalignment) within the workplace. As a result, HR professionals gain a tool for unbiased, values-based recruiting, as well as the data intelligence they need to retain a culturally-rich workforce.
Learn how quantifying individual values and corporate culture can benefit:
* HR Executives: Increasing employee engagement, retention & workgroup productivity
* Hiring Managers: Maximizing the pool of diverse candidates and positioning the company as a social impact leader
* Applicants & Employees: Delivering a personal understanding of cultural fit & opportunities for advancement
Erin Michelson is Founder & CEO of Summery (www.summery.ai), a data analytics company that leverages behavioural science to quantify institutional culture and individual social impact values. Recognized as a pioneer in the #PhilTech space, Erin has been profiled in @Entrepreneur, @BBCTech, @HuffPost, @NatGeoTravel, @FoxNews, and @NPR.
Employees are the backbone of every organization and managers know that. When the focus is on getting new customers, creating new revenue streams, making a profit and being innovation - who has time to make employees happy. Aren’t they here to do a job anyway? Well yes, but they still need to know they make a difference. In this program, we’ll look at how happy employees can support your corporate initiatives and actually give you time back. And, it can all happen with minimal effort and budget.
The employee landscape is changing - and it's not about millennial. All employees want more from their employers, and expect you to meet their needs. Why? Because if you don't they'll just move on and find a new position. With Unemployment at a historic low, your employees have that option. We know that 85% of the workforce is open to new opportunities, even when happy with their current position. So, what can you as a leader to do keep employees engaged - in a way that drives your organization forward. It's not about making employees happy and work fun. The program is all about how to drive results for your business through long term retention of your top talent. Join us for this interactive session and leave with ideas that will keep the best and brightest in your team!
·Identify what your employees need from you
·Align employee appreciation with corporate strategy
·Set 3 goals to connect directly with your team
·Develop strategies to incorporate engagement into every day work
Great workplace cultures provide a critical competitive advantage for organizations. Yet amid external and internal disruptions, many companies struggle with creating engaging employee experiences and inspiring cultures. With so many ways to improve workplace culture, what should companies focus on first?
Brand new research from our 2018 Global Culture Study shows four underutilized tools can make a powerful impact on the employee experience and workplace culture: special projects, continuous performance feedback, appreciation, and purpose messaging. By taking advantage of these easy strategies, companies can significantly improve six areas that influence culture the most: purpose, opportunity, success, appreciation, wellbeing, and leadership.
Join us to learn:
-Why workplace culture is crucial to a company’s success
-The current state of workplace culture around the 6 talent magnets
-The power of connecting the employee value proposition and customer value proposition around a meaningful purpose
-The unique influence of special projects, continuous performance feedback, and appreciation on building peak employee experiences and a strong workplace culture
More Than “Likes”: Using Social to Improve Benefits Enrollment, Employee Engagement & Recruiting
As technology advances, more companies are seeing social media as a powerful tool in today’s HR industry. It is necessary to stay ahead in a competitive job market and even more so in keeping current employees satisfied. Therefore, it is increasingly important that HR managers familiarize themselves with the social media options available to them, understand how to choose the most appropriate platforms for their company, and keep abreast of the future trends.
In this session we will explore ways in which HR managers can ensure that they are using any given social media platform successfully to improve:
1) Current employee engagement,
2) Improve benefits enrollment
3) Continue to recruit top talent.
Presenter Info: Neil Mammele is the Director of Digital Strategy. His background includes creating and optimizing marketing initiatives that drive awareness and help teams increase employee engagement. His day-to-day includes managing all of PlanSource’s digital strategy and advising customers on best practices regarding social media, digital marketing, email and more. He is also a thought leader in the benefits and HR industry and is passionate about employee engagement, helping employers improve recruitment and creating happier employees.
Join ManpowerGroup for a complimentary webinar designed to reduce your employment law nightmares.
In this engaging and interactive webinar, Mark Toth of ManpowerGroup and guest Neil Alexander of Littler Mendelson will answer the world’s most terrifying employment law questions. Mark and Neil will not only address the questions that keep you awake at night but also ensure that you get all the latest employment law news on everything from hiring to firing and beyond.
After this fast-paced hour, you’ll walk away with:
-Answers to difficult legal questions
-Up-to-the-minute information on the latest employment law developments
-Tips and tools on everything from hiring to firing
-Practical solutions based on real-life examples
Your host is Mark Toth, Chief Legal Officer of ManpowerGroup™ North America, a former partner in a major employment law firm, and widely known for his ability to present legal and HR issues in a uniquely entertaining style.
Special guest Neil Alexander, of Littler Mendelson, has represented companies in employment disputes all across the U.S. for the last 25 years. Neil’s practice focus includes unfair competition disputes, whistle blower and retaliation claims, ADA and FMLA disputes, wrongful termination claims and allegations of harassment or discrimination.
We will have a rousing discussion of the future of fintech from women already driving that future. We will discuss hot topics (of course over tea) such as the payments industry, cryptocurrency, fintech jobs and more!
Maya Middlemiss, the managing director of BlockSparks OÜ, and specialises in effective marketing communications for the blockchain and fintech space. Effective storytelling has never been more critical, in this complex and fragmented world, and helping brands and consumers connect and understand each other is her passion.
Anna Tsyupko, one of Wired's Power Payments 10 and CEO and co-founder of Paybase. She has a passion for payments and the opportunities that eMoney infrastructure can offer businesses that require more than a simple payment gateway. Her goal is to ensure all businesses have the freedom to build what they want to build by offering a truly flexible payment solution.
Susie West, founder & CEO of sharedserviceslink, a community for shared services leaders, offering thought leadership for those driving the future of the financial market.
CEO's are focused on long-term success - and the needs of your employees should be too. But how do we know what will impact our organization in 15 years? Business futurists are consulted to predict where trends are going what savvy organizations need to do to complete. Social, environmental, and global issues are touching all businesses today faster and with more impact than ever before. HR departments have to get ahead of the megatrends that are facing their businesses and anticipate trends. Explore the top megatrends CEO's are watching for the next 15 years, and determine how you can implement these to focus your human resources initiatives. Megatrends will change your business in the next ten years. Don't miss this opportunity to get ahead of the curve an bring the latest thought leadership back to your organization.
Neurodiversity is often associated with the autism spectrum but can include an array of conditions affecting the mind and brain. 70 to 90% of these individuals are unemployed or underemployed, yet they can bring a lot of value to an organization, including skill sets in high demand by employers.
Overall, a neurodiversity program at an organization is dedicated to embracing diversity of thought process and background as a way to lead to a more successful and innovative company. Companies like SAP, Google, Salesforce, HP, Ford, JP Morgan, and Microsoft have already reformed their human resources processes in order to recruit neurodiverse talent. Would your organization benefit from becoming more welcoming of neurodiversity? What does that sort of initiative look like?
This week's episode is for anyone who works with or could be hiring someone with neurodiversity and who is interested in finding ways to hire, onboard and support those with cognitive differences.
This week's cuppa we sit down with those that work in and with neurodiversity to learn from their experiences to figure out ways to enrich our workforce. This episode of WIT: Women in Touch comes after many questions about this topic that we couldn't get to during our most popular episode on diversity and pay gaps, and fits in with recurring themes like designing the career you love, mentoring, and flexible work. So bring your cup of something and your questions and join these wonderful women!
United States HR teams are pulled in different directions every day. Staying on top of the human resources activities can be complex enough, and compliance must be managed in midst of all of it. There are 6 non-negotiable areas of compliance that have to be incorporated to your daily operations. You must embrace these, and be able to navigate the leadership team to embrace them as well. Lori will share effective method of securing the resources needed to move initiatives forward, you will be sure you leave the program with the tools you need to get it all done. You don’t have to figure it out on your own - join us and get a quick path for 2017 compliance now! Employees are the backbone of every organization and managers know that. When the focus is on getting new customers, creating new revenue streams, making a profit and being innovation - who has time to make employees happy. Aren’t they here to do a job anyway? Well yes, but they still need to know they make a difference. In this program, we’ll look at how happy employees can support your corporate initiatives and actually give you time back. And, it can all happen with minimal effort and budget. Learning Objectives (for our sheet) •Identify what your employees need from you •Align employee appreciation with corporate strategy •Set 3 goals to connect directly with your team •Develop strategies to incorporate engagement into every day work
Learning Objective: Learn about laws being considered in Washington DC for 2018 Implementation techniques for recent compliance obligations Evaluate your own policies and procedures to ensure compliance this year