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.
In the final episode of Series 4, Funke Abimbola MBE, prominent legal diversity champion and campaigner and recently appointed Director of Operations, Conflict Resolution at Mishcon de Reya LLP, and Alison Choy, chemistry and biochemistry academic and Head of Machine Learning at Starling Bank, explain their career journeys. They discuss the high levels of female attrition between junior and senior levels in the legal profession, the potential for attracting talent from outside the more traditional financial services hiring profile, the importance of intersectionality and working with LGBT networks, why visible representation and relatable role models matter and the value of enabling young people to experience workplace culture as early as possible.
Christian Sutherland-Wong, President & COO at Glassdoor, Madan Nagaldinne, Chief People Officer at CompassRecorded: Apr 16 201952 mins
Christian Sutherland-Wong sits down to chat with Madan Nagaldinne, Chief People Officer of Compass, about how to truly engage your people, the impact of actively promoting the spirit of entrepreneurialism within your company, and widespread shifts that are shaping the future of the workplace.
Alicia Millar, Director of Learning and Development (EMEA) at Reed Smith, NED of MyGWork and co-chair of the LGBT chapter of The Network of Networks (TNON), and Dan Ricard, Transformation Lead in PwC's UK Sales & Marketing function and founder and co-chair of The Network of Networks (TNON), discuss inclusive leadership, diversity of thought and opinion, why networks are no longer exclusively for large organisations and setting appropriate KPIs for networks. They also discuss how organisations must truly understand and value the very core of their people, explore intersectionality (for example ethnic minority LGBT+ employees) and collaboration between other segments and networks. They also explore the use of the term ‘allies’ and highlight the importance of creating 'callout’ cultures.
Lori Kleiman, SPHR SHRM-SCPRecorded: Apr 9 201927 mins
Mastermind, or peer-to-peer advisory, groups are found in all aspects of development today. Some team members participate outside our organizations but bringing them into the organization helps maintain control and achieve the development, engagement and succession planning goals for your team. Internal talent development professionals are utilizing this format in house as an effective new avenue for learning and development activities. Well formatted and facilitated mastermind groups can build skills and camaraderie within teams, increasing employee engagement. At the same time, they will provide access to resources that might otherwise be unavailable to employees not in current leadership positions. But how do you get started?
Using proven techniques, participants will learn about the basics of the groups, how to get started, facilitation techniques and other process that help you get started. We will look at technology as a way to deploy the programs throughout the organization that makes facilitation easy.
·Understand the concept and benefits of mastermind groups
·Determination for membership
·Process and procedures for running groups
·Options for meetings including technology available
Deb Calvert, sales researcher, field coach and authorRecorded: Apr 9 201945 mins
It's the conversation no one wants to have. But it must be done. How can you deliver a difficult message without demotivating a seller? How can you speak directly and clearly so a seller will make the changes you need?
We'll talk about the value of candid conversations and how Sales Managers should conduct them to maintain morale and boost sales effectiveness.
Pat Patel, Money20/20 | Dr Leda Glyptis, 11:FS | Drew Graham, Fintech Strategy | Megan Caywood, BarclaysRecorded: Apr 4 201961 mins
Innovation has quickly become an overused and distorted word. At Money20/20 Europe expect to cut through the hype, explore what measurements we can use to benchmark innovation and get to the heart of sustainable and commercial step change. A key question which has moved back up the C-Level agenda of established; banks, tech companies and payments companies is:
"How can incumbents deliver meaningful game-changing innovation?"
There are three options available for incumbents, and at Money20/20 Europe we’ll be developing deeper into each one:
1. Can organisations transform their cultures to execute true innovation internally within their organisations? (cultural transformation)
2. Perhaps tech transformation is the way forward, partnering or acquisitions to do so?
3. Or do they need to achieve business model transformation by building something entirely new outside of the organisation?
These options are being heavily debated in boardrooms throughout Europe, with a number of high profile banks recently announcing plans to build brand new subsidiaries. Some of the traditional banks, payments and tech companies are pursuing a few or all of the options while others are sitting on the fence. Which is most effective and why? What are the dynamics at play that determine success for different types of companies? Hear from the leading companies in our industry as they share their incisive insight on the successes but also the failures and the lessons learned.
Dr Leda Glyptis, Chief of Staff, 11:FS
Drew Graham, Fintech Strategy
Megan Caywood, Managing Director, Global Head of Digital Strategy, Barclays
Hosted by Pat Patel, Global Content Director, Money20/20
James Marsh, HRreview; Charlotte Schaller, cut-e; Lauren Jepson, Vodafone; Dean Callaghan, cut-e.Recorded: Apr 4 201963 mins
The world is changing: Brexit, industry convergence, digital transformation, increasing automation and the arrival of the information age.
Is traditional recruitment keeping pace? It is time to rethink talent acquisition. Start talking the language of business and deliver tangible business value.
Learn how Vodafone revolutionised finding future digital leaders with the award winning tool ‘the future jobs finder’.
Join us on this one-hour webinar at which we will explore:
- What trends impact the role of HR in 2019
- Case Study: Vodafone – Digital transformation in early careers
- The impact of technology, gamification and artificial intelligence on talent assessment
This episode was recorded live at the Women in Payments UK 2019 Symposium in London on 28th March 2019. Our host Julia Streets was joined by Rashmi Prabhakar, Chief of Staff for Global Services at Finastra, Jacqueline Keogh, Global Head Payments GTM at Western Union Business Solutions, and Smriti Vicari, Head of FinTech at Visa.
During this panel, the diversity and inclusion discussion explores the commercial impact of diversity in FinTech and financial services. Winning the equality debate requires support for, alignment with and engagement from representatives from many other constituents and groups.
Autumn Manning, Co-Founder, YouEarnedItRecorded: Mar 28 201950 mins
Fancy employee perks. Employee wellness programs. Rewards and recognition — you name it, there's no shortage of initiatives to improve the employee experience.
But many of these efforts are falling flat.
There has been a shift in employee engagement, and companies with an outdated Employee Experience are missing the mark.
It's time to look at engagement from the bottom-up and build a culture that drives results.
Watch this webinar to learn:
• The main issues companies have with engagement
• A roadmap for improving key parts of the employee experience
• Tips, tactics, and best practices for building a better company culture
• Specific advice for incorporating managers and millennials
Kim Dawson, Director of Employee Experience, YouEarnedItRecorded: Mar 26 201944 mins
With unemployment near record lows, companies are competing fiercely for skilled employees. Retention should be top of mind for every company looking to keep their top talent — if it isn't already.
Join YouEarnedIt and HighGround for this 45-minute webinar covering 5 tried-and-true ways to boost retention in today's workplace, pulled from the latest industry research and our firsthand experience helping hundreds of organizations.
Register today, and you'll learn:
• The proven factors that influence employees' decisions to leave (or stay)
• 5 tried-and-true approaches to boost retention in multiple industries
• Specific examples and advice that have helped cut turnover by up to 50%
How can you speed up hiring, boost retention, and increase diversity? In two minutes, see how the AI power of Eightfold can help your enterprise meet your talent goals with a complete solution. Built on AI, it provides a single source of action for all people in the business: your recruited talent, your applicants current and past, and your employees—current and past.
We hear over and over again that employee engagement is low. A 2017 Gallup report shows 51% of the workforce is not engaged, and 16% are actively disengaged. What’s missing in our workplace cultures that has led to such low engagement?
Connection. Connection between people - between employees and their leaders. Between teams. Between people and their companies. We have so much technology at hand to bring us together, but it may actually cause us to drift apart. Think of the email or text you send to a coworker sitting right across from you. The instant message you send instead of picking up the phone.
This lack of connection leads to less collaboration, innovation, trust, and engagement. But companies can take active steps to build more interaction and relationships between their people, and use practices, like appreciation, to create a more integrated culture.
Join Mindi Cox, Senior Vice President of People and Great Work at O.C. Tanner, as she shares insights and best practices on how to create a more connected workforce in today’s increasingly disconnected environment.
During the webinar you’ll learn:
• The importance of human connection in the workplace today
• How to foster high-quality interactions among employees and teams
• The impact of having a connected workforce on company culture and employee performance
Justin Warner and Joe DiciannoRecorded: Mar 20 201958 mins
UPMC is operating in a healthcare environment that is incredibly complex and volatile based a variety of external factors. In order to remain agile, innovative, and positively disruptive, the organization needs highly engaged, high-performing leaders and employees to successfully execute its mission, vision, goals, and related strategies.
Joe Dicianno, Ph.D., Manager of Talent Development and Organizational Development at UPMC will join us to discuss how UPMC approaches employee engagement.
Jane Welsh, Senior Investment Consultant and Project Manager for the Diversity Project, and Marissa Ellis, Strategy Consultant, Advisor and the Founder of Diversily, discuss what it takes to be truly inclusive. How can organisations attract diverse talent from non-financial backgrounds? They explore the power of collaboration and sharing best practice, growing pressures on senior leadership and middle management, how government and industry regulators are driving D&I up the agenda, improving diversity in Asset Management and why it’s more important than ever for senior leaders from diverse backgrounds to become industry role models.
Bart Macdonald - Sapling, Christina Luconi - Rapid7, Craig Forman - Culture Amp, Jamie Hitchens - GlassdoorRecorded: Mar 14 201960 mins
When it comes to hiring and retention, your employer brand is huge. It’s your company’s value proposition combined with overall reputation that prospective and current employees use to evaluate whether or not your company is the right place to work. Employers need to meet high expectations and find innovative ways to communicate their culture to these audiences.
In this panel webinar, HR leaders from Glassdoor, Sapling, Rapid7, and Culture Amp, will discuss how to leverage your employer brand to attract and retain top talent. Expert panelists from high-performance, hyper-growth organizations will answer your questions and share their practical experience, starting with how to ensure that your company values act as a rallying force for each team member in your company.
The conversation will also cover these key aspects of building a powerful employer brand:
- The best employee perks to boost your employer brand
- How to define and showcase your employer value proposition
- How to use your organization’s core beliefs as a rallying force for attracting and retaining your top talent
Lori Kleiman, SPHR SHRM-SCPRecorded: Mar 13 201925 mins
How do we know what will impact our organization in 10 years? Business futurists are consulted to predict global, social and economic Megatrends and what savvy organizations need to do to complete.
CEO's focus on how these trends will impact the long-term success of the organization - and your employee population is at the top of the list. HR departments have to get ahead of the megatrends that are facing their businesses and anticipate trends that will impact employees.
In this webinar, we’ll explore the top megatrends CEO's are watching for the next 10 years and determine how you can implement these to focus your human resources initiatives.
Key learning objectives:
• What are megatrends transpiring in business that keep your CEO up at night
• How do the megatrends business leaders are watching impact Human Resources
• What long-term initiatives can you develop for HR that will keep you aligned with your CEO
Don't miss this opportunity to get ahead of the curve and bring the latest thought leadership to your organization.
Madison Marriage, the Financial Times journalist who went under cover at the President's Club & Wincie Wong, Head of Innovation for Supply Chain Services at RBS, reflect on the global story and discuss to what extent the world has changed. Other topics of discussion include gender pay gap reporting, the importance of exit interview data, demystifying the whistleblowing and escalation process, embedding tech lessons into school curricula, how diverse teams and inclusive leaders drive innovation, and why D&I is more important than ever in times of economic uncertainty.
James Marsh, HRreview; Oke Brandt, Product development, cut-e; Sarah Kenehan, Consultant, cut-eRecorded: Feb 21 201963 mins
Artificial Intelligence in assessment is a current key debate amongst HR professionals. AI undoubtedly transforms some jobs – but it will also transform the role of the HR function in managing talent.
If you want to get up to speed on how AI can be used in selection, understand the challenges it poses and how to manage these, then reserve your place now.
During the webinar we’ll be:
• Exploring Natural Language Processing and its uses in Talent Assessment
• Learning about the acceptance of AI in recruitment processes
• Explaining how to use Machine Learning that is compliant with regulations
• Examining the role of automatic scoring in the future of video assessment
• Outlining the ethical and legal challenges facing us as we move forward with AI
The use of AI in recruitment and assessment is progressing quickly.
Don’t get left behind. We look forward to meeting you.
Timed for release during LGBT History Month, we welcome Matt Cameron, Founder of The Ocean Partnership and LGBT Great, the global investment management industry network, and Hephzi Pemberton, Angel Investor and Founder & CEO of the Equality Group, seeking to widen the range of exceptional candidates.
In this episode we discuss promoting LGBT+ inclusion within the global investment industry, increasing diversity in leadership positions overall, why we need ethnic minority 30% Club-style targets, how to attract diverse talent from other industries and sources, the multiplier effect of investing in women and how some D&I categorisation can present potential barriers to inclusivity.
Gregor Kolk (Business Development Lead, Adobe) & Ulrich Isenmeyer (Senior Business Development Manager, Adobe)Recorded: Feb 15 201961 mins
Digitale Transformation und Wettbewerbsfähigkeit gehen für viele Unternehmen Hand in Hand – vor allem in Branchen wie dem Finanz- und Versicherungswesen, in denen Vertragsabschlüsse zentral sind, ist eine gute Customer Experience differenzierend.
Die Grundlage dafür bilden oft die Geschäftsprozesse innerhalb eines Unternehmens. Denn wenn es intern schnell und reibungslos läuft, kann das nach außen weitergegeben werden.
Im ersten Teil unserer Webinar-Serie „Sign-Up 2019“ verraten Ihnen Experten, wie Sie Ihre Geschäftsprozesse mit den richtigen Tools digitalisieren und die Weichen für das bestmögliche Kundenerlebnis stellen. Erfahren Sie mehr zu smartem Dokumentenhandling und E-Signaturen im Webinar:
• Dokumente digitalisieren und Verarbeitungszeiten um bis zu 83% reduzieren.
• Wichtige Prozesse erneuern und mittels KI automatisieren.
• Mit digitalen Berührungspunkten mehr Komfort für Kunden schaffen.
Katee Van Horn - Bar the Door, Shavonne Hasfal-Mcintosh - Shopify, Raena Saddler - Sheryl Sandberg Family FoundationRecorded: Feb 14 201946 mins
Diversity and inclusion have never been more important to companies looking to stay competitive and recruit more quality talent. In fact, nearly half of American millennials say a diverse and inclusive workplace is an important factor in the job search.¹
So how can you get started at your company? Find out in this intimate fireside chat. You’ll learn:
- How to get started with D&I at your company
- The best ways to invest your budget
- Expert tips for company-wide success
¹ Millennilas@Work: Perspectives On Diversity & Inclusion, Institute for Public Relations and Weber Shandwick, December 2016
James Marsh, HRr; Jennifer Liston-Smith, MFC; Deborah Richards, IBM; Sally McCann, Macfarlanes; Liz Kotze, SkyRecorded: Feb 14 201974 mins
With a workforce that is ever-more age and life-stage diverse, it’s never been more important for organisations to enable their employees to combine Work+Family successfully.
In this webinar we will share the highlights of My Family Care’s Work+Family Snapshot – exploring the challenges faced by working parents and carers, and their priorities for keeping career on track alongside family.
We’ll also be discussing the solutions, successes, and lessons learnt by leading employers including IBM as a case study.
We’ll explore the culture, policies and benefits that contribute to making an organisation family-friendly and inclusive; the trends, benefits, and return on investment for the employer including:
1.The key trends and innovative practices emerging in UK
2.How clever employers use family-friendly practice to build their employer brand
3.How family-friendly practices translate into employee engagement
4.Measuring the business impact and ROI of these practices
In this lively webinar, James Marsh will be joined by Panellists including Jennifer Liston-Smith, Director, Head of Coaching and Consultancy at My Family Care, and Deborah Richards, Diversity & Inclusion Leader at IBM.
This episode was recorded live at the Women in Payments USA 2019 Symposium in Washington on 5th February 2019. Our host Julia Streets was joined by Jan Estep, President and CEO of NACHA, Linda Quaranto, Consulting Managing Director of Deloitte, and Randall Tucker, Chief Inclusion Officer of Mastercard.
‘During this panel discussion, the diversity and inclusion discussion explores the potential for harnessing the power of intersectionality to accelerate change. Winning the equality debate requires support for, alignment with and engagement from representatives from many other constituents and groups. During this discussion – guided by podcast host, Julia Streets – the esteemed panel will shine a light on areas of positive progress, call out areas requiring further focus and offer of plenty of practical ideas to help drive change.’
Julie Coucoules - Glassdoor; John Leech - St. Jude Children's Research Hospital; Greg Muccio - Southwest AirlinesApr 23 20195:00 pmUTC52 mins
Two top companies on the Best Places to Work list this year have vastly different businesses, but they have one thing in common: they’ve implemented some unique strategies to gain significant competitive advantage. In this session, they’ll divulge some of the out-of-the box approaches they use, and how you too can leverage them to be both superior to and different from your competitors.
Denise Biderman (Mary's List), Lisa Snyder (Tokeativity), Adelia Carrillo (Direct Cannabis Network)Apr 24 20193:00 pmUTC55 mins
Wondering how to get into the cannabis industry? Join Mary's List along with Adelia Carrillo and Lisa Snyder as they discuss start-up life, career transitions and being entrepreneurs.
Adelia Carrillo - Founder & CEO of Direct Cannabis Network. DCN is the leading digital B2B news network covering the latest tech, entrepreneurs and innovative companies in the cannabis industry. With her roots in the corporate and consumer electronics industry, her passion for technology, startups and innovation has been a key strength in her transition into the cannabis space. Becoming a voice for the upcoming startups, uniting the cannabis business community, Adelia is building an inspiring yet prominent voice in the world on the topic of cannabis entrepreneurship.
Lisa Snyder - Founder & CEO of Tokeativity, The Global Cannabis Community for Women. Lisa is a cannabis and women’s rights activist, a web developer and online strategist. She has designed and launched over three hundred websites and digital campaigns, including ecommerce & membership platforms, and has extensive background in Google SEO leading back to 2004. Her work has been recognized in Forbes, Rolling Stone, The Guardian, MJ Lifestyle, Travel Portland, CannabisTours.com, Dope Magazine, Civilized, Willamette Week and Time Out New York among others.
Denise Biderman (Mary's List), Mary Pryor (Cannaclusive), Cynthia Salarizadeh (AxisWire)Apr 24 20194:00 pmUTC55 mins
Wondering how to get into the cannabis industry? Join Mary's List along with Mary Pryor and Cynthia Salarizadeh as they discuss the world of cannabis marketing, their own career transitions, and the future of cannabis advertising and media.
Mary Pryor is the Co-Founder and CEO of Cannaclusive. She is a passionate and vocal media expert currently based in Los Angeles and New York. Raised in Detroit, Michigan, Mary received exposure to automotive design, electrical engineering, music, digital arts and marketing at an early age. Today, Mary is a powerful and accomplished Digital and Marketing Specialist who has worked for major brands such as Sony Music Group, Viacom, Attention PR, City Parks Foundation, Mirrorball, Uptown Magazine, Black Enterprise, CBS News, Ebony Magazine, The Rolling Stones, VaynerMedia, Mindshare, McGarryBowen, McCann, SheKnows, and MusicWorld.
Cynthia Salarizadeh is the Founder of AxisWire, as well as the Founder of House of Saka, which houses the world’s first cannabis infused still and sparkling rosé out of Napa Valley. In addition, Cynthia is the Co-founder of Green Market Media, most recognized for its cannabis finance news publication, Green Market Report, as well as Co-founder of Industry Power Women. As an entrepreneur, Cynthia has either founded or co-founded multiple companies that have successfully exited through acquisition within the cannabis industry. In 2018, Cynthia was nominated as Entrepreneur of the Year and CEO of the Year by Cashinbis; she was named by High Times as one of the 100 Women in High Places, and she was featured by Dope Magazine as one of the “Outstanding Women in Cannabis."
Learn how to identify and engage hidden influencers within your organization. There are 3 types of influencers: role models, experts, and change agents. Correctly identifying and engaging hidden influencers is one of the greatest levers leaders have to increase organization-wide engagement. Qualifies for SHRM and HRCI credit.
Wondering how to get into the cannabis industry? Join Mary's List along with Solonje Burnett, Sasha Perelman & Ashley Kingsley as they discuss community & the importance of creating events of impact.
Solonje Burnett is a cannavist & Co-Founder of Humble Bloom. As a culture consultant, she creates innovative workplace conferences, designs & implements D&I plans & forges agency partnerships. Her clients include Databricks, Working Mother Media, BetterCloud, & Koya Leadership Partners. Solonje produces events & festivals for conscious companies, hosts nightlife parties & programs music at membership clubs. She has worked with Afropunk, Summit Series, Le Bain at the Standard Hotel, Transgender Legal Defense & Education Fund & Soho House, among others.
Sasha Perelman is the CEO of Revolver Productions. With 17+ years of global brand event curation, her portfolio includes Yves Saint Laurent, Giorgio Armani, 23&Me, & Lenscrafters. Sasha’s event 'Immersion' was featured in Rolling Stone as the “Best Pot Party in California.” In 2017, Revolver worked with the Grammy Award Winning Artist & Activist Common’s Non-Profit, Imagine Justice, for the Hope & Redemption Tour - a 30,000 person concert in Sacramento, & two prison shows raising awareness around mass incarceration. In 2018, Revolver Productions, partnered with MARY Magazine to launched Mary Talks - discussions around cannabis as a wellness & lifestyle tool.
Ashley Kingsley is the Co-Founder of Ellementa. She is a strategic, multidisciplinary marketing executive who partners with CEOs & entrepreneurs - multi-million dollar brands and start-ups alike - to grow companies, brands, & profits. Noted as 'Top 50 People to Watch in Social Media' by Arrea Agency in 2017, she built & launched Daily Deals for Moms that expanded into 27 markets before it sold. She has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Fox, CNN, CNBC, MSNBC, Mashable for Daily Deals for Mom, HERB, Techcrunch, Women's Day Magazine, Westword, & Fox31.
James Marsh,HRr; Jennifer Liston-Smith, MFC; Ruth Thomas, CURO; Catherine Manson, Christie's; Sarah Gregory, Baker & McKenzieApr 30 201910:00 amUTC60 mins
The UK has one of the biggest gender pay gaps in Europe as well as a growing skills shortage. Research shows 92% of people would use gender pay gap information when looking for a job and half of female employees would favour an organisation with a smaller gap (Business in the Community, 2015).
We now have data from two rounds of Gender Pay Gap reporting and we’ve seen many narratives and action plans exploring the drivers, and solutions.
In this webinar we’ll be sharing analysis of the latest round of reporting and examining what it tells us about any progress in closing the gap. But it’s not just about the numbers, we’ll also be considering challenges and opportunities of the mandatory narrative and asking what ‘good’ looks like.
We’ll be discussing what employers are actually doing to close the gap with a focus on addressing the key ‘motherhood’ and ‘good daughter’ penalties.
Join James Marsh and our panel of employers, thought leaders and gender pay experts for an insightful and lively discussion.
Jennifer Liston-Smith, Director, Head of Coaching, Consultancy and Thought Leadership at My Family Care and Ruth Thomas, co-founder and Senior Consultant at Curo Compensation will be providing expert insight and a broad perspective on the topic. Catherine Manson, Global Head of Communications and Corporate Affairs at Christie's and Sarah Gregory, Inclusion and Diversity Partner at leading law firm Baker & McKenzie will be sharing their gender pay gap journeys.
Angela Crossman - Bain & Co, Molly Q. Ford - Salesforce, Mark Lipscomb - 23andMeApr 30 20195:00 pmUTC41 mins
Talent leaders from top Best Places to Work winners will engage in a conversation around the importance – in both small and large companies – of having women in leadership. Led by Glassdoor’s Amy Elisa Jackson, panelists will cover how they effectively minimize hiring bias, elevate the candidate experience, and shape their employer brand on Glassdoor to challenge the expectation for a mostly male executive team and bring on the very best talent.
On May 2, School Transportation News will conduct a free webinar with REI and Fremont (California) Unified School District. This webinar will decipher the terminology and present guidelines to help participants evaluate and make more informed decisions about their school bus surveillance solutions.
Andrew Chamberlain, Ph.D, Chief Economist, GlassdoorMay 7 20195:00 pmUTC45 mins
It’s the strongest job market in a generation, which means it’s harder than ever to attract top talent. Join Glassdoor Chief Economist, Andrew Chamberlain, Ph.D., as he breaks down the data on why hiring in today's economic landscape is so difficult and how prioritizing positive culture can give you a competitive edge.
The interview process is not a one-way street of candidates applying - both your company and the candidate have to put its best foot forward in today's competitive job market. According to research from Ideal, 46% of candidates would sever a relationship with an organization who had a negative experience. But what factors matter most when designing an optimal candidate experience?
Join this live, webcam panel as industry experts discuss key factors to developing and executing a thoughtful candidate experience, such as:
- Listening and communicating more often and quickly with candidates
- Using workflow automation to process candidates more efficiently
- Creating a candidate feedback loop to continually improve
- Telling your story leveraging video and testimonials throughout the process
James Marsh, HRreview; Morne Swart, VP Global Product Strategy and Transformation, SumTotal SystemsMay 9 20191:00 pmUTC60 mins
In a world of uncertainty and changing economic direction, upskilling your workforce for the modern world should be the number one priority on your people and development strategy.
But knowing where to start can be a challenging hurdle to overcome. Understanding first what is needed from your organisation and subsequently people is critical to developing and retaining the best people.
In this complimentary webinar you will hear from Morne Swart, VP Global Product Strategy and Transformation, SumTotal Systems who will explore:
-The current and emerging skills gaps in the modern workforce
-What skills are most highly sought after
-How to develop a long term strategy for talent development and retention
-And practical tips on where to start first
Gary Beckstrand, Vice President, O.C. Tanner InstituteMay 9 20196:00 pmUTC45 mins
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 Gary Beckstrand, Vice President of the O.C. Tanner Institute, as he shares new research on the current state of workplace culture. Gary will reveal how 4 simple tools give companies an easy way to create peak employee experiences and build a company culture that retains, engages, and attracts top talent.
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
Denise Biderman, CEO, Mary's List & Recruiting ExpertsMay 15 20195:00 pmUTC60 mins
The job market in cannabis is booming: It’s estimated that there will be 340,000 full-time jobs in North America by 2022, according to Marijuana Business Daily. Join as experts discuss the challenges to hiring candidates within cannabis and best practices to ensure you attract and retain the right talent.
Lori Kleiman, SPHR SHRM-SCPMay 16 20197:00 pmUTC30 mins
Four Steps to Excelling as a HR Dept of One
Sole member HR departments are saddled with administrative tasks, while they often have the desire to participate at a more strategic level. The executive team expects you to have CHRO depth of knowledge, the employees want answers to their question now. Finance wants benefit bills yesterday and Operations needs new candidates. How do you navigate to meet the needs of all your internal customers and still get your job done? Learn tips from a former sole practitioner and consultant to small businesses. Lori shares practical real-world advice to get control of your day and shine in the HR function.
·Determine the strategic position of HR in your organization
·Learn to set priorities to get results
·Manage your vendors to get the help you need
·Embrace technology to ease the administrative burden
James Marsh, HRr; Jennifer Liston-Smith, MFC; Dr Sarah Forbes & Dr Holly Birkett, Birmingham Business School.May 23 201910:00 amUTC60 mins
Retaining employees through the transition to parenthood is now a mainstream tenet of most organisations’ talent retention strategy It’s been 5 years since Shared Parental Leave was introduced in the UK and Gender Pay Gap reporting has added further impetus to organisations’ efforts to retain women as well as men through the new parent transition.
Many employers have reviewed, updated and introduced new programmes, policies and benefits.
In this webinar we’ll be sharing the results and insights from My Family Care’s New Parent Transition Benchmark. It’s been designed to shed light on changes to benefits and policy in this area, high-lighting innovative practice and the impact that organisations have seen as a result.
We’ll also be examining the findings of the latest research from the University of Birmingham Business School into the factors that enable or block the take-up of Shared Parental Leave.
Panellists include Jennifer Liston-Smith, Director, Head of Thought Leadership, Coaching & Consultancy at My Family Care and Dr Sarah Forbes and Dr Holly Birkett of Birmingham Business School.
Kathi Enderes, Vice President, Talent and Workforce Research Leader, Bersin, Deloitte Consulting LLPMay 29 20196:00 pmUTC60 mins
The Future of Work will see the culmination of many disruptive trends impacting the nature of work itself, an expansion of the workforce ecosystem and a broadening of workplace options. As technology is advancing exponentially, productivity is often stalling.
Join Kathi Enderes, Vice President, Talent and Workforce Research Leader, Bersin, Deloitte Consulting LLP, and Eightfold.ai to learn about the disruptors in the Future of Work, and ways to use the new Bersin Workforce Transformation framework to help you continuously transform work and the workforce for these new realities.
What You Will Learn:
- Apply the 7 disruptors driving the Future of Work for your organization
- Define the reason why productivity is stalling
- Determine how to apply a Workforce Transformation framework to your business environment
- Identify how to evolve talent management and workforce planning for the Future of Work
- Review how technology can fuel your workforce of the future
Lori Kleiman, SPHR SHRM-SCPJun 5 20197:00 pmUTC30 mins
HR Departments of One are pulled in different directions every day. Staying on top of the HR function can be complex enough, and compliance must be managed. HR professionals often ask themselves how we can maintain our compliance obligations, without being a roadblock to the success of our organizations. 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. Utilizing a proven system of process, management and communication, it is possible for HR Departments of One to attack it all and be a partner to the business. Concluding with action-oriented steps and an effective method of securing the resources needed to move initiatives forward, we will be sure you leave the program with the tools you need to get it all done.
·Understanding compliance priorities for smaller organizations
·Creating a plan to assess compliance obligations that is manageable
·Knowing when to ask for help and where to go
·Communicating with executives to gain necessary resources
James Marsh, HRreview; Suzanne Courtney, Cut-e; Lena Justenhoven, Cut-eJun 13 201910:00 amUTC60 mins
The results are in: HR, recruitment and talent practitioners have been taking part in our global ‘digital readiness’ survey.
The nine-minute online survey assesses your organisation’s ability to attract, hire, reward, develop and retain digitally-ready talent. It asks whether you feel your leaders are equipped to drive digital change, whether your culture supports digital working and whether your employees are ready and able to work collaboratively and virtually in a digital environment.
Register for this webinar to benchmark your own HR digital readiness.
“A new challenge for today’s organizations is to identify existing employees, and recruit new job candidates, who have digital potential,” said Dr Achim Preuss. “Knowing the key competencies required for digital working will help you to assess, develop and support your employees appropriately.”
cut-e have compiled the survey results, join us for a free webinar to discuss:
- Interpretations, insights and recommendations into organisations current digital capability with analysis into the extent of organisational digital readiness globally and in the UK.
- How to make better decisions when selecting, developing and rewarding digital talent.
- How a cultural change is required if you want to create agile work methods, innovative processes and fluid teams
Deb Calvert, president of People First Productivity SolutionsJul 2 20197:00 pmUTC45 mins
Are you hiring the top sales talent that can do the very best job possible of selling your products/services? Do you know what traits, knowledge, and skills lead to sales success in your industry, market, and product line? Join us for this research-based webinar that will teach you how to:
- Identify the sales competencies that truly drive success for YOUR organization
- Hire for those competencies to ensure rapid ramp-up and better retention
- Write job descriptions, performance standards, and reviews that consistently feature the right competencies
- Develop the right competencies in your sales team