Moving from Doing to Knowing – Improving Employee Engagemen August 19 | IHRIM Workforce Solutions
The demands and expectations of today’s diverse, mobile workforce requires a more flexible, employee-centric work environment, one which companies are just beginning to learn to develop. Employees are hyper-connected to their jobs through pervasive mobile technology, which can have a negative impact on their productivity and morale.
Use Simulations to Develop Millennial Leaders August 19 | Talent Management Magazine
Millennials are smart, energetic and extremely eager to take over the reins. But their appetites are often larger than their capabilities. Simulations offer a competitive, technology-based development option learning leaders can use to promote risk-free knowledge transfer between baby boomers and millennials.
Bringing Out the Best in Teams: Lessons from Special Ops August 19 | Knowledge@Wharton
Coleman Ruiz is the chief operating officer and partner with Severn Capital Partners in Maryland. He’s also a former Navy SEAL who served as a trainer in the Special Forces. His military background gives him a different perspective on how to apply analytics.
Mentoring Is About Connection August 18 | ATD
Your favorite mentor may have challenged you, encouraged you, or helped you through a difficult situation. What we immediately think of are their characteristics, but at the foundation of these characteristics is an authentic connection with someone you trust.
Non-Discrimination Laws Make U.S. States More Innovative August 18 | Harvard Business Review
In 2013 Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO, urged the U.S. Congress to adopt the federal Employment Non-Discrimination Act to ban sexual orientation and gender identity discrimination in the workplace. This led us to wonder whether non-discrimination policies, specifically ENDAs, truly foster creativity in the workplace, and, if so, how.
Developing Leaders Who Engage, Inspire, and Move People to Act September 07 | Special Webcast
CEO coach Suzanne Bates will discuss the 15 qualities that enable leaders to build trust, win credibility, and inspire effort, based on her new book All the Leader You Can Be: The Science of Achieving Extraordinary Executive Presence. HRCI, SHRM, and CCE credits available
Rising U.S. Job Satisfaction in an Improving Labor Market September 15 | Special Webcast
With nearly half of U.S. workers (49.6 percent) satisfied with their jobs, job satisfaction is at its highest since 2005. In this webcast we discuss the impact of an improving labor market on job satisfaction and the implications for employers. CPE, HRCI, & SHRM credit available
Human Capital Watch™: Driving Talent Management Through High-Impact Coaching August 17 | Human Capital Watch™
How is coaching used in organizations today to prepare leaders? What leadership skills are organizations most focused on? Viewers will learn highlights from our 2016 Executive Coaching report as well as insights from practitioners and our Executive Coaching Council. CPE credit available