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All achieve Engagement webcasts are free and pre-approved for both HRCI and SHRM-CP credits, most are worth 1 credit hour. Live webcast attendees will be sent an email highlighting the credit codes and resources after the event. OnDemand viewers of the webcast will be able to find the credit codes and download resources at the conclusion of viewing the webcast.

Past Webcasts

In these times of uncertainty, pain, anxiety and overwork, organizations are facing a coming wave of employee and leader burnout if they don’t take action now. It may already be hitting your organization (and you). It is clear that we need to rethink how we build resilient workplaces and teams. Our guest this month will help us do that.

Our guest this month is author, researcher and consultant, Leah Weiss. Leah is a globally recognized expert in compassion, mindfulness, and resilience. She will help us gain a broader understanding of resilience as both individuals and teams. We’ll also explore the difference between compassion and empathy and dive into the research around the impact that compassion has on building resilience and preventing burnout.

Every experience we have, whether it’s going to a restaurant or spending a day at work, is made up of a series of moments that together shape how we feel about the experience. The moments can range from walking into the building, meeting a coworker in the hallway or participating in a performance review. Each moment can have a positive, neutral or negative impact.

But not all moments are created equal. For years, progressive organizations have designed experiences for their employees because they recognize that the experience they create can mean the difference between success and failure for their organization. Now, it’s time that your organization joins those leading the way by putting employees first.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • How to approach EX so that it positively affects every interaction and every employee
  • How to truly differentiate as an organization and put Care into action
  • The importance of whole-person well-being and its relation to the employee experience

In these times of uncertainty, pain, anxiety and overwork, organizations are facing a coming wave of employee and leader burnout if they don’t take action now. It may already be hitting your organization (and you). It is clear that we need to rethink how we build resilient workplaces and teams. Our guest this month will help us do that.

Our guest this month is author, researcher and consultant, Leah Weiss. Leah is a globally recognized expert in compassion, mindfulness, and resilience. She will help us gain a broader understanding of resilience as both individuals and teams. We’ll also explore the difference between compassion and empathy and dive into the research around the impact that compassion has on building resilience and preventing burnout.

We live in a world that is increasingly VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous), and it became more intense in 2020 when the COVID-19 pandemic directly impacted the trajectory of all businesses overnight.

As a result, leaders everywhere have been simultaneously leading through their own personal crises at work and at home, while also helping their teams navigate change. To do this well, they must adopt an "energy mindset", and coach/develop others to do the same. This will help them turn challenges into opportunities and keep their teams engaged and productive. Here’s how:

  1. Model self-care
  2. Engage with others
  3. Create a positive and inclusive culture
  4. Drive progress and productivity

During this webinar, attendees will learn:

  • An understanding of what it means to adopt an ‘energy mindset’ and why it’s important
  • Tools and strategies to help leaders adopt an ‘energy mindset’ and coach/develop others to do the same
  • Actions and ideas for how to build an ‘energy mindset’ across an organization

 

If the past several months have taught us anything, it’s that we must be nimble and flexible to survive when things around us are changing at an alarming rate. Unfortunately, the bureaucracy with most organizations has rendered them slow, stuck, and unable to innovate. It doesn’t have to be this way. This month, we are joined by one of the greatest management innovators of our time, Gary Hamel. He is joining us to discuss his new book, Humanocracy.

In Humanocracy, Gary and his co-author, Michele Zanini, make a passionate, data-driven argument for excising bureaucracy and replacing it with something better. Drawing on more than a decade of research and packed with practical examples, Humanocracy lays out a detailed blueprint for creating organizations that are as inspired and ingenious as the human beings inside them.

No matter the business, people are its most important assets. The knowledge they possess defines what the business knows and in turn, its potential for success. But the concurrent and always evolving nature of knowledge can generate complex and unpredictable challenges, resulting in information silos, delayed processes, unresolved problems, and duplication of work.

We can all agree that effective knowledge management is critical to maintaining agility and ensuring that all employees are informed and have the right knowledge to perform at scale. But understanding how to get there is not as clear.

Join digital workplace experts, Aaron Jacob, Consulting Project Director and Sarah O'Meara, Implementation Consultant from LumApps for a webinar where they will outline the 4 key pillars of effective knowledge management and how to get started in your organization today. You will hear:

  • Existing challenges of knowledge management and why it's important
  • Effective knowledge management model and 4 key pillars for success
    • Collaboration
    • Formalization
    • Documentation
    • Presentation
  • Customer example and use cases
  • Open Q&A with the experts

As the world of work continues to evolve, we are experiencing an exponential change in the latest months. The effects of our global crisis alone have magnified the important focus on designing work around and for our employees, where the lens is not just on them as an employee. A whole-person approach toward work-life is critical for harnessing the human potential to solve the complex challenges we face today and trailblaze new frontiers. How can we bolster a whole-person approach? Through the lens of care, how that shows up in your culture, and is reinforced in daily experiences. This session will dive into the science of care, share insights as to why cultures that care matter now more than ever to the employee experience, and offer practical tips on how organizations can enhance their cultures for the future of work with the whole-person at the center.

What you will learn:

  • Understanding the science of care
  • What elements matter in building a caring culture
  • Practical tips for enhancing a culture of care for the future
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