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    • Career Development: Are you building a program or a culture?
      Career Development: Are you building a program or a culture? Katherine Ponds, RVP, Career Management Practice Leader, John Sinclair and Mike Jason, Right Management Recorded: May 21 2014 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    • In most companies, the bulk of the workforce is starved for career development attention. There are programs for top executives, for onboarding new hires, for nurturing high potentials, even remedial plans to lift the lagging performers. But the middle layer of consistently performers who make the organizational engine run, day in and day out, typically get scant attention when it comes to their career aspirations and options.

      When organizations provide career development opportunities, employees are six times more likely to be engaged. When employees are prepared and motivated to manage their own careers within organizations and given the tools to support both lateral and vertical mobility, the company benefits at all levels.

      Are you building a program or a culture? You decide. During our session, you'll learn:
      • Why this is imperative for your organization to remain competitive, enabling talent attraction, retention and engagement
      • The level of commitment required to implement something like this in your organization
      • How you infuse this concept into your employees to be personally accountable
      • What tools and resources you can put in place to support your employees career development needs

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    • Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go - The Career Development Imperative
      Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go - The Career Development Imperative Dr. Beverly Kaye and Jason S. Morga, PHR Recorded: Mar 14 2013 7:00 pm UTC 61 mins
    • Study after study confirms that career development is the single most powerful tool managers have for driving retention, engagement, productivity and results. Nevertheless, it’s frequently the thing that gets sidelined. When asked, the number one reason managers give is that they just don’t have time. Don’t have time for the meetings, the forms, and the administrative hoops.

      But there’s a better way. And it’s surprisingly simple: frequent short conversations with employees about their career goals and options, integrated seamlessly into the normal course of business. Kaye and Morga will identify three broad types of conversations that have the power to motivate employees more deeply than any well-intentioned development event or process during this webcast. These conversations will increase employee’s awareness of their strengths, weaknesses and interests; point out where their organization and their industry are headed; and help them pull all of that together to design their own up-to-the-minute, personalized career paths.

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    • Bridging the Gap Between Talent and Career Management
      Bridging the Gap Between Talent and Career Management Steve Towers & Natallia Semendziayeva Recorded: Jul 26 2018 5:00 pm UTC 61 mins
    • Recent trends in the world of work are placing extraordinary demands on the ability of organizations to quickly evolve. Talent is at the heart of this evolution and is widely recognized as the key differentiator. Identifying and preparing high potentials is critical, but development programs need to focus on more than leadership. Making career development and mobility an integrated part of your process is the key to driving the most value from your pipeline development efforts.

      This session will provide the following:

      + A research-based perspectives on this topic
      + A compelling value proposition for making it a priority
      + Best practice approaches, and examples

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    • Fast Track to Career Bliss: How to Dig Deep, Discover Your Right Work & Succeed
      Fast Track to Career Bliss: How to Dig Deep, Discover Your Right Work & Succeed Kathy Caprino, M.A., internationally-recognized women’s career success and work-life expert Recorded: Sep 19 2017 5:00 pm UTC 77 mins
    • This powerful and transformative webinar is designed with the needs and desires of professional women in mind, to help you:

      •Uncover your amazing gifts, talents, and strengths
      •Gain deeper insight into how to move forward to shine your unique light and make a bigger impact
      •Identify the best direction and action for you now
      •Learn the five key steps to take before you make ANY change
      •Understand your preferred action-orientation style and what that means for your life and career

      About the Speaker
      Kathy Caprino, M.A., is an internationally-recognized women’s career success and work-life expert, leadership consultant, speaker, and trainer dedicated to the advancement of women in business. A featured contributor on women’s careers, business, and leadership for Forbes, Huffington Post, and LinkedIn, she is also the author of Breakdown, Breakthrough: the Professional Woman’s Guide to Claiming a Life of Passion, Power, and Purpose. A champion for working women, Kathy is a former corporate vice president, a trained psychotherapist, a specialized career and executive coach, and a sought-after writer and speaker on women’s issues. She is the founder and president of Ellia Communications, Inc., and the Amazing Career Project, supporting women to build successful, rewarding careers of significance.
      Visit Kathy’s website: http://kathycaprino.com

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    • The 3 Keys to Transformation
      The 3 Keys to Transformation Leisa Reid, Speaker, Author & Trainer, Productive Learning Recorded: Nov 8 2017 5:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    • Are you looking to create strong, powerful relationships? Do you feel rushed, stressed, and constantly busy? Maybe you want that perfect ingredient to creating a life of fulfillment?

      Join this webinar with Leisa Reid, Speaker, Author and Trainer, to take an in-depth look at how to transform in the workplace, at home, and everywhere else.

      In this session you will learn:
      1. Learn the 3 steps to closing the gap between what you have and what you want
      2. Learn the transformation secrets that have worked for THOUSANDS of people over the last 25 years

      About the speaker:
      Leisa Reid is a Professional Speaker & Author who presents to thousands of people on the topic of "Creating a Winning Mindset." After 20+ years of Management, Sales and Executive Leadership, Leisa joined Productive Learning, a personal development company specializing in helping people close the gap between what they have and what they truly desire.

      In 2013 Leisa spearheaded and founded the highly successful OC Speakers Network, an organization that supports speakers who wish to share their expertise. In 2016, her book "Manage to Success: A Guide to Cultivating Happy and Productive Employees" was published.

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    • They Gain, You Retain – Creating a Culture of Career Development
      They Gain, You Retain – Creating a Culture of Career Development Margaret-Ann Cole, SVP, Consulting Practice Leader, Right Management Recorded: Dec 5 2013 5:00 pm UTC 59 mins
    • As leaders, you are being challenged to find new ways of engaging your employees to drive productivity and meet business goals. Unleashing your employees’ potential will be the most important competitive edge to drive future success and growth.
      • Do your managers develop their people and drive the talent pipeline by having effective career discussions with their employees?
      • Do your employees take ownership for navigating and managing their own careers in ways that will support your business needs?

      Join us for “They Gain, You Retain – Creating a Culture of Career Development.” During this webinar, we will discuss how you can think differently about your career development programs to drive engagement and retention strategies. Hear the challenges your peers are facing and how they are dealing with key issues.
      • Understand the Business Case for uncovering talent, how to provide opportunities for growth and development to increase employee engagement
      • Receive practical guidance on how to develop a career development strategy road map to drive bottom line results
      • Understand how your peers are dealing with this issue in their organizations for maximum business impact

      Complimentary Continuing Education Credits: This program has been approved for 1 recertification credit hour toward PHR, SPHR and GPHR recertification through the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI). Please be sure to note the program ID number on your recertification application form. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit the HRCI homepage at www.hrci.org.

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    • CISO Career Development Series
      CISO Career Development Series Ron Baklarz Recorded: May 16 2012 5:00 pm UTC 49 mins
    • On May 16 we will be kicking off our CISO Career Development Series with AMTRAK’s CISO, Ron Baklarz. Ron will be discussing the salient points of his career path while touching on how the typical CISO career path has changed over the last decade. Specifically, he’ll venture into how the CISO role itself has morphed from purely technical to a more holistically business-minded position. He’ll touch on typical challenges that new CISOs encounter as well as some best practices that have served him well over his long career.

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    • Navigating your Engineering Career Path
      Navigating your Engineering Career Path Dr. Christine Grant Recorded: Nov 3 2016 3:00 pm UTC 58 mins
    • Join Dr. Christine Grant as she explores professional development strategies in careers ranging from academic to corporate, and provides a new approach to setting priorities and managing the activities and initiatives you’re passionate about.

      Whether you want to forge ahead in your chosen field or find ways to better integrate work with the rest of your life, this webinar is for you. Women in STEM, and particularly in engineering, have unique options in a wide range of professions, but often must confront challenges from within and without.

      Rano Burkanova, Head of Talent Development, Elsevier will also offer a brief overview of Elsevier’s commitment to fostering diversity and inclusion in the workplace to advance the efforts of women.

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    • Building Your Career Resilience
      Building Your Career Resilience Christine Brown-Quinn, Career Expert, Author & Thought Leader- Women in Business Recorded: Dec 7 2016 4:00 pm UTC 51 mins
    • Does it feel sometimes like you're being stretched in a million different directions and that you're close to a breaking point? You're not the only one! Unfortunately, this is not an unusual experience given the current business climate combined with our demanding personal lives.

      In today's hyper-busy world it's not only about career progression, but also importantly about career resilience. According to a 2013 Gallup poll, only 13% of 180 million people considered themselves "happily engaged at work." Many studies have confirmed what we know instinctively - being happy and motivated has a huge impact on our effectiveness and resiliency.

      In today’s webinar we’re going to uncover which strategies result in high performance AND well being in our careers and our lives.

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    • Traditional vs. Nontraditional Career Paths: How to Pivot Mid-Career
      Traditional vs. Nontraditional Career Paths: How to Pivot Mid-Career Jessica Naziri, Pattie Grimm, Michelle Glauser, Marie Perruchet Recorded: Apr 13 2017 4:00 pm UTC 62 mins
    • There are a lot of factors that play into choosing a career path. From the region you live in, to social upbringing, access to education and more, navigating your way through a career path can be tricky to say the least.

      Oftentimes there is a certain stigma behind pivoting your career path, especially if you are already mid-career. A lot of companies are hiring millennials, so it can be tough to get interviews, find time to learn a new skill, get certified in something, and so on. As a woman, these obstacles can be even more challenging.

      We've put together a panel of experts to address these particular issues, as well as provide best practices and tips on pivoting your career, carving out your own professional path, and choosing traditional or nontraditional careers as a woman in tech.

      Join Jessica Naziri, Founder of TechSesh, Pattie Grimm, Author, Speaker, Trainer and Coach, Michelle Glauser, CEO & Founder of Techtonica, also named one of LinkedIn's top 10 professionals 35 and under in software, and Marie Perruchet, Author of One Perfect Pitch, Speaker and Consultant.

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