Rank #1: Diversity & Inclusion: A 3-Tiered Approach to Addressing Assumptions to Achieve Gender Equity
Jun 26 2017
Rank #2: Connection Over Compensation: Creating An Engaging Culture For Millennials
As leaders, managers are now tasked with making millennials and all generations feel that being a part of their team is special. Each day they report to work, millennials need to know that their work matters and that they contribute to larger organizational goals. They’ll work harder understanding why objectives are assigned, and how their responsibilities align to the organization’s goals as a whole. The millennial mindset believes what they do today will contribute to who they become tomorrow. It’s the feeling of connection that fires up the millennial workforce. Some people are better connectors than others, but over time, all generations in the office will become more comfortable and benefit from the deep sense of collaboration.
More than title and compensation, millennials want autonomy, and they value deep social bonds through time with peers and developed relationships. If people understand and embrace their differences rather than control perspectives and foster uniformity, the millennial generation becomes most effective.
In this podcast, learn how to enable a connected community within the office, how to connect the dots between connection and high performance, how to hire for empathy rather than competition and bring people closer together – a positive shift in organization performance is sure to prevail.
May 08 2017
Rank #3: Fresh Ideas Every Recruiting Leader Should Steal from the CMO
Jun 05 2017
Rank #4: Strategic Workforce Planning and People Analytics Linked by Change, Tech and Data
As the rate of change in the workplace picks up, each shift makes workforce planning even more relevant to all employees that contribute to business success. Organizations and their people must be ready to adopt new processes and best practices, especially among the rise of digital transformation, new technology and bucket loads of data.
Join Shastri and his partner, Aon’s People Analytics Practice Leader, Ranjan Dutta, to learn about building workforce planning capabilities, how new tech can (and should) help the process, and what matters most in using strategic workforce planning and people analytics to leverage data.
Register/Watch the upcoming webcast: http://www.hci.org/lib/how-build-agile-workforce-planning-team
Learn more about Workday: https://www.workday.com/
Sep 17 2018
Rank #5: 002: Understanding the Employee Experience - Three Keys to Success
Feb 27 2017
Rank #6: Strategic Workforce Planning and Analytics in HR
Aug 22 2016
Rank #7: Trends and Future of HR
Mar 20 2017
Rank #8: Becoming a Strategic Partner in the Cognitive Era of HR
Dec 05 2016
Rank #9: 003: Talent Assessments 101
Mar 26 2017
Rank #10: Just a Bit about Microlearning
Nov 14 2016
Rank #11: New Performance Management Approach Starts By Setting The Right Pace
Watch your speed as you push pedal to medal – leading your organization through a performance management revolution is best done at a rush hour rate, with possible traffic jams along the way. Dr. Anna Tavis is the Clinical Associate Professor of Leadership and Human Capital Management at New York University, and is on deck to share her presentation, “Cultural Due Diligence Prior to Your Performance Management Revolution” at HCI’s 2017 Performance Management Innovation Conference.
Tavis says leaders must first know where their organizations stand with goals. What fulfillment strategies do you need to change? As leaders move through a cultural discovery process within their organization, they should expect the unexpected. “Focus on data evidence,” Tavis says. “Performance management comes from the essence of what strategies the business is all about.”
So at what speed should performance management change travel? That rate shouldn’t be underestimated, and leaders must have the courage to practice the new agendas, according to Tavis. While the revolution won’t happen by winning a race, urgency during transition demands fast movement, with careful attention to the road. Listen to the above podcast to learn which steps to take during a successful process of a performance management revolution.
Mar 12 2017
Rank #12: Candidate Experience: Take Time To Get It Right
Candidate experience sends a loud alert about what it’s like to be part of your team. Word of mouth makes maintaining good rapport and offering multiple methods of communication crucial to your organization’s future business success. Do what’s necessary, even if it means more time and effort, to make certain the message being sent is a good one.
To learn more about IBM please visit: http://www.ibm.com/watson/talent/
Jul 31 2017
Rank #13: Talent Acquisition Challenges and Changes
Learn more about the upcoming webcast: http://www.hci.org/lib/new-research-how-high-performing-organizations-compete-talent
Learn more about Kronos: https://www.kronos.com/
Mar 18 2019
Rank #14: The Secret To Growth And Development, And Just Enough Fun At Work
Google’s Googlers-to-Googlers (g2g) program selects an internal volunteer teaching network – dedicated to help peers learn and develop, outside of their core job responsibilities. Volunteers (g2gers) coach and mentor, design learning materials like e-courses, and help with tough times and difficult conversations. They provide fun stuff, too, like salsa dancing and even fire breathing!
Google’s Head of Executive Development Programs, Sarah Devereaux, says the g2g program is 96 percent focused on work-related topics, and the rest is spent on fun, which increases engagement when everyone has something different to share. Continuous learning is a big part of Google’s culture, and Devereaux says there’s a secret to successful internal training.
Listen to this learning and development podcast to discover the secret behind finding passionate people who can help their team grow.
To learn more about the 2017 Learning and Leadership Development Conference please visit: http://www.hci.org/lld-conference/2017
Aug 14 2017
Rank #15: Wait… So Feedback Should Start with a Question?
The “Leading with Questions” model demonstrates a practice that is just that: a practice. The key to success comes from realistic expectations and development over time.
Join Karen Hutchison, Executive Coach at Ernst & Young, to learn how to start leading with questions, and make authentic connections that drive engagement where you work.
Learn more about the 2018 Performance Coaching & Development Conference: http://www.hci.org/pcd-conference/2018
Mar 19 2018
Rank #16: If You Have a Workforce... You Might Need Workforce Planning
Dec 06 2016
Rank #17: Including the Employee in Employee Engagement
This podcast, featuring Dr. Scott Rigby of motivationWorks, will share research-based and practical recommendations for improving the experience at work and putting the employee at the center for engagement initiatives.
Related Research: http://www.hci.org/hr-research/actionable-engagement-solutions
To learn more about this Webcast and future Webcasts please visit: http://www.hci.org/lib/stop-leaving-employees-out-employee-engagement
To learn more about the underwriter of this podcast please visit: https://motivationworks.com/
Dec 17 2018
Rank #18: Recruitment Innovations for Optimizing Quality of Hire
Nov 28 2016
Rank #19: Onboarding as a Strategic Differentiator for Talent Development
Sep 06 2016
Rank #20: Building a Coaching Culture at Ernst and Young
To learn more about the underwriter of this podcast please visit: https://www.coachfederation.org/
Aug 22 2017