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Everybody Needs a Backup Plan for Leadership Success

August 20, 2018 | Gaylyn Sher-Jan

Learn how to maintain success through the unexpected changes of succession planning by joining Gaylyn Sher-Jan, Chief People Officer and Vice President of Enterprise Services at Insitu in this podcast.

Everybody Needs a Backup Plan for Leadership Success

August 20, 2018 | Gaylyn Sher-Jan

Leadership teams don’t stay the same for very long, meaning your company must be ready when succession plans ...well, don't go as planned. You’ve had your eye on a potential leader for a while, but the unexpected redirects focus to your Plan B – the one who will step up when original plans fall through, who’s not necessarily on the list. How do you know they’re ready for the next step, and how do you keep them on board? 

Learn how to maintain success through the unexpected changes of succession planning by joining Gaylyn Sher-Jan, Chief People Officer and Vice President of Enterprise Services at Insitu in this podcast.

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Gaylyn Sher-Jan

Chief People Officer and Vice President of Enterprise Services, Insitu, a Boeing company

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Get Your Mind Right: Ride Out Change to Overcome Challenge

August 13, 2018 | Andrew Wittman

Join this podcast to hear from Andrew Wittman, former State Department Lead Trainer at Navy SEALs and Special Forces, and find out how to use change to your advantage and flourish in the work environment.

Get Your Mind Right: Ride Out Change to Overcome Challenge

August 13, 2018 | Andrew Wittman

Leaders are put to the test every day when it comes to agility and being “mentally tough,” but the right mindset can determine if you sink or swim. Even if you weren’t the tough kid in school, with the right mindset you can become the tough leader that drives your business forward, and the same goes for HR executives developing leaders of today and tomorrow. Constant change has come to be expected, and mental toughness and agility help you ride the waves, powering through fear, anxiety, emotional challenges and even organizational crisis. When you better manage the ups and downs, success and happiness become easier to achieve. 

Join this podcast to hear from Andrew Wittman, former State Department Lead Trainer at Navy SEALs and Special Forces, and find out how to use change to your advantage and flourish in the work environment.

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Andrew Wittman, Ph.D.

Former State Dept. Lead Trainer, Navy SEALS and Special Forces

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Science, Strategy, and Influence: What a Strategic Partnership Looks Like

August 6, 2018 | Tiffany Poeppelman

In this podcast, we discuss how measurement and HR analytics support executive sponsorship and gaining buy-in from all stakeholders.

Science, Strategy, and Influence: What a Strategic Partnership Looks Like

August 6, 2018 | Tiffany Poeppelman

Industrial-Organizational psychologist, Tiffany Poeppelman shares how HR and L&D professionals can be a strategic partner to the business.  She speaks about the science of influence and about what strategic behaviors look like. In this podcast, we discuss how measurement and HR analytics support executive sponsorship and gaining buy-in from all stakeholders.

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Tiffany Poeppelman

Industrial-Organizational Psychologist, L&D Specialist

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Finding Balance: Candidate Experience Combines People, Tech

July 16, 2018 | Paul Hamilton

This podcast reveals how a winning candidate experience strategy works when balanced, why candidates should be treated like customers, and how to organically measure your candidate experience.

Finding Balance: Candidate Experience Combines People, Tech

July 16, 2018 | Paul Hamilton

Ensuring that today’s organizations deliver a positive candidate experience means HR professionals have to land in a happy medium – one that incorporates technology and people.

A candidate experience, according to Humber River Hospital’s Director of Talent Management and Workforce Analytics, Paul Hamilton, “refers to the sum of every interaction a candidate has with your organization during the attract, recruit, hire and onboarding experience. You need to have a candidate strategy that defines and outlines all of the actionable and measurable plans in place to deliver a positive, meaningful and engaging experience across each of those touch-points and interactions.”

“We have to remember that [technology] is an enabler and not the silver bullet solution that some folks are making it out to be,” Hamilton said. “It’s about finding the right balance of leveraging technology solutions and creating an environment that still allows for human connection.”

This podcast reveals how a winning candidate experience strategy works when balanced, why candidates should be treated like customers, and how to organically measure your candidate experience.

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Paul Hamilton

Director of Talent Management and Workforce Planning, Humber River Hospital

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Unstoppable Culture: Get Your Talent Development Strategy Ready For Takeoff

July 9, 2018 | Ginger Hardage

Check out this podcast featuring Ginger Hardage to learn how to build the culture that supports your organization’s goals.

Unstoppable Culture: Get Your Talent Development Strategy Ready For Takeoff

July 9, 2018 | Ginger Hardage

Organizational culture might just be the next big thing in your company’s leadership and development success story. After all, Southwest Airlines has a remarkably low turnover rate and the company gets seemingly countless job applications. One might say Southwest has an Unstoppable Culture, which means it puts its people first, goes “pedal to the medal” with innovation, maintains transparency in all communication and has the right systems in place to achieve dignity and excellence every day. 

Check out this podcast featuring Ginger Hardage to learn how to build the culture that supports your organization’s goals.

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Ginger Hardage

Former Senior Vice President of Culture and Communications, Southwest Airlines

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“Day Zero” is The New “Day One” for Onboarding, Engagement

July 2, 2018 | Bek Chee

Join Bek Chee, Head of Global Talent at Atlassian for more on creating excitement, reducing anxiety, and enabling new hires to feel connected from the very beginning by listening to this podcast.

“Day Zero” is The New “Day One” for Onboarding, Engagement

July 2, 2018 | Bek Chee

When fresh, new faces of top talent join your team, the best onboarding practices begin before the employee’s first day with your workforce.

The time between the job offer being accepted and the end of the employee’s first day – “Day Zero” engagement – is powerful and meaningful for new hires and so the employee’s experience should follow a careful design to jumpstart their journey.

Join Bek Chee, Head of Global Talent at Atlassian for more on creating excitement, reducing anxiety, and enabling new hires to feel connected from the very beginning by listening to this podcast.

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Bek Chee

Head of Global Talent, Atlassian

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Applying the Three I's in Teams: Intention, Interaction, and Influence

June 25, 2018 | Darrin Murriner

Darrin Murriner, author and CEO, discusses how to apply the three I's in teams for greater effectiveness.

Applying the Three I's in Teams: Intention, Interaction, and Influence

June 25, 2018 | Darrin Murriner

Teams are so ubiquitous in the workplace that we often don’t give much thought to the teams we are a part of.  HCI researchers' 2017 Talent Pulse describes the I’s of teams: intention (the design), interaction (performance and training), and influence (leadership) and how each plays a role for better talent and business outcomes. Darrin Murriner, author and CEO, discusses how to apply the three I's in teams for greater effectiveness.

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Darrin Murriner

Cofounder, CEO, Cloverleaf

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Leadership: Engaging Buyers One Sale at a Time

April 30, 2018 | Deb Calvert

Join Deb Calvert, co-author of “Stop Selling, Start Leading,” to learn how sellers can become more effective by acting as leaders and the desirable results that become possible.

Leadership: Engaging Buyers One Sale at a Time

April 30, 2018 | Deb Calvert

Buyers are more likely to respond well to sellers who behave like leaders, according to research, which means they must adopt the same approaches and practices used by effective business leaders. 
There’s a credibility between buyers and sellers that’s supported when sellers follow through with their word, and involve buyers in visions and solutions for a common goal. 

Join Deb Calvert, co-author of “Stop Selling, Start Leading,” to learn how sellers can become more effective by acting as leaders and the desirable results that become possible.

 

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Deb Calvert

President, People First Productivity Solutions

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Competing for Top Talent in a Scarce Environment

March 12, 2018 | Carol McDaniel

In a tight labor market, innovative organizations are experimenting with new ways to out-recruit the competition. Carol McDaniel of Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital shares how her organization is using new technologies and new methods to attract key talent.

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HR’s Role in #MeToo

February 19, 2018 | Jessica Childress

The #MeToo movement is gaining critical momentum, but how should organizations – and the HR function – respond? Employment law attorney Jessica Childress examines some of the legal implications facing organizations today,  and redefines expectations so HR can enable better diversity and inclusion policies.

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Small Groups Are Behind Big Ideas for Inclusive Diversity

February 5, 2018 | Jason Lauritsen

Conferences are great for sharing the latest, most innovative ways to make a difference at your workplace, for your workforce. When it comes to diversity and inclusion, HCI’s Innovation Sprints take big concepts and case studies, and in smaller groups, discuss what new practices can be done immediately to make a real impact at work. 

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Learning, Engagement: Do More For The Modern Workforce

January 22, 2018 | Benny Ramos

The modern workforce expects modern communication that does more than provides info. Engaging experiences are a must when delivering more emotion, storytelling and personalized approaches that make messages more memorable to learners. Businesses see the need for information to be delivered in a learner-centric way, similar to a customer-centric approach,  so that it’s easy to consume and easy to embrace.

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Recognition and Retention: Fighting Turnover with Technology

January 8, 2018 | Michael Levy

Compensation has little to do with an employee’s decision to leave a company, suggesting that recognition (or lack thereof) plays a much bigger role in turnover. On exit interviews, 88 percent of employees said they left for reasons other than pay, according to data per Online Rewards CEO Michael Levy. Employees want to know that they’re contributing to company success and making a difference, and not just going through the motions to receive a biweekly check. If employers can realize that their recognition practices need to get up to speed and better align with employees’ job satisfaction, they’ll be more likely to keep employees happy and keep them around, which is where technology makes all the difference.

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Measuring Sentiment: Behaviors Shed Current, Future Light On Employee Performance

December 4, 2017 | Beth Giglio

What do customer behavior and employee performance have in common? They both can be seen through the same lens, and when analyzed, inform organizational management of how things are going when it comes to company culture, employee development, and engagement. From there, companies can design tools to synthesize insights and understand what works, and what doesn’t.