Talent Management Strategies for Agencies in Turbulent Times
As agencies face unprecedented hurdles in todays world, employee needs are the top priority for HR and L&D leaders. With the right resources in place, government agencies can continue to provide consistent and transparent communication and uninterrupted employee development and onboarding—further strengthening the agency. Join us for a conversation with representatives from Collier County, FL Human Resources, and the Massachusetts Department of Transportation. We will discuss how they have overcome obstacles in their employee onboarding and development to deliver highly effective talent management strategies during turbulent times. Youll learn how two distinct agencies have overcome obstacles such as: -Training different compositions of their workforce with varying degrees of technological capabilities; -Labor and employee relations concerns; -Rate of required change; and, -Positioning technology as an enabler and not a barrier. During this conversation, we will highlight lessons learned that you may be able to apply in your agency to help cover these or similar obstacles you face.
How to use AI and skill intelligence to grow your people and organization
Today, only 17% of organizations use AI-based solutions in their HR function, and only another 30% plan to do so by 2022. And yet, AI has the potential to increase HR scalability, recognize patterns in people’s behavior and offer personalized support where and when needed.
The Power of Workplace Empathy
As an HR leader, if your goal is to nurture organizational empathy, then you have to make empathy a conscious part of your day-to-day. Unfortunately, many leaders and HR leaders struggle with how to exhibit empathy and build an empathetic organizational culture.
Sharpening Professional Skills in Today’s World of Work
HR professionals know that an organization is only as good as its people. But how can you keep employees engaged, developing, and feeling fulfilled while also staying on top of other pressing tasks?
Enabling organizational agility through talent & people success
Over the past two years, the how, when, where and why of work have been challenged like never before. In the modern economy, being able to execute brilliantly in new and unexpected ways, and quickly, is often the difference between success and failure. Agility is a key foundation for organizational success.
Future of Work Requires a Connected Experience
Work is changing. Rapidly. Dramatic shifts in human skill sets are already underway, and the need for organizations to reset for growth is critical. At the same time people are seeking a career path and an opportunity to actually change their lives – to develop new skills, new careers, and to find acceptance, purpose and belonging.
Reuniting: the science of rebuilding connection + trust
Enabling career growth is your competitive advantage
In today‘s environment of unrelenting business transformation, roles are shifting quickly. Skills are becoming obsolete faster. Your organization needs to identify, acquire, and develop the skills needed to transform, compete in new markets, and thrive.
New people strategies: Recruiting, learning and mobility collide
The disrupted labor market has created a new challenge for companies: how to recruit, train, and deploy people in ever-more intelligent and positive ways. Today as digital transformation collides with the business impact of the ongoing pandemic and a very competitive labor market, companies have to reinvent the concept of employee experience to support every employee’s near- and long-term paths for growth.
3 Key Attributes of Holistic People Experience Design
Your employees crave a work experience that’s uniquely personal, and where growth and development is rapid and continuous. At the same time, your organization needs to be ready to retrain and redeploy talent to remain competitive in rapidly shifting market conditions.
How to Repair Feedback
Everyone hates feedback. And with good reason: Critical feedback actually hurts. It’s science. Our brains react to social threats as if we’re in physical pain. There’s a reason everyone hates performance review time. That’s why feedback needs a top-to-bottom overhaul. We have to completely change the way we approach it. Join Jason Lauritsen, author of Unlocking High Performance, and Jodi Bartsch of Cornerstone for a live webinar exploring how to fundamentally change feedback. In this session you'll learn:
Compliance: the foundation for an inclusive culture
We often think of compliance as something we have to do on the way to doing the things we would rather do. But the policies behind compliance issues are there to support our DE&I, pay equity, and other culture initiatives. When we see compliance as the starting point, it becomes the foundation for building a more inclusive workplace.