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.
The Information Age is dead and we have entered the Attention Age.
The Attention Age is about the rise of conversation, authenticity and storytelling as a currency for organizations to connect and engage a modern workforce and overwhelmed customer base. It is a real and raw conversation about the next level advantages you can implement to grab the attention and inspire real connection. In this talk, built from his book The UGLY Advantage, Peter uncovers the secrets to powerful engagement delivered through the impact of conversation, authenticity and storytelling.
Come learn from this TEDx speaker, former Fortune 500 executive and passionate storyteller in this impactful session.
In the words of Sheryl Sandberg, in today's world, "careers aren't ladders, they're jungle gyms". Yet, many HR career development programs still assume a linear path. How can HR evolve to consider nonlinear career paths? Rebekah Bastian, VP of Community & Culture at Zillow and author of "Blaze Your Own Trail" will lead an interactive discussion around HR’s evolving role in career development, the importance of embracing the intersection of employees’ personal and professional lives, and how we can help transform the modern workplace.
The first 25 people to sign up will receive a free copy of "Blaze Your Own Trail."
Nothing has changed the workplace more over the past decade than technology. It has changed how we work in countless ways. Technology has created opportunities for connection, communication, and collaboration that were unimaginable not so long ago. At the same time, some worry that all of this technology may be having negative effects on employees by allowing employees to be connected with work 24/7.
In this month’s webcast, Jason is joined by technology and the future of work expert, Laura Goodrich, to discuss the role of technology in employee experience. We will explore the positive and negative effects of technology at work and how HR leaders can (and should) play a more strategic leadership role in technology decisions and deployment in their organization.
Many organizations are challenged with keeping the entire workforce engaged and connected. Often, employees are spread out in multiple places, which makes it difficult to unite everyone with a common culture, maintain a centralized repository of current information, and provide an avenue for employees to collaborate seamlessly.
EllisDon is a Canadian construction services company that faced some of these challenges, with thousands of employees in various locations, including headquarters, regional offices, and construction sites. EllisDon needs to ensure that their employees are united under a common mission, and that they have the information and resources they need to do their job, whether they are in an office, in the field, or on the go.
In this webcast, Monica Ibarra, Customer Success Manager at LumApps, joins Internal Communications expert, Rory Smith, to discuss how EllisDon successfully connects the entire workforce with a digital workplace. You will hear real use cases and practical strategies around creating a corporate culture, streamlining communications, and empowering employees - with an opportunity to ask questions during an open Q&A.
As recruiting and HR professionals have made the shift in their employer brand focus from a "nice-to-have" to a "must-have", there’s another significant trend that’s reshaping the way high-performing companies are communicating their culture and career opportunities. It’s called Integrated Talent Marketing.
Join us on Thursday, February 13, as Jody Ordioni, founder of achieve Engagement, Chief Brand Officer of Brandemix and the author of The Talent Brand, facilitates this informative webcast.
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When it comes to people and culture, who is truly responsible for driving engagement and organizational culture?
When it comes to this challenging question, there is an array of perspectives that generally sit in two camps of thought. Some believe that people and culture initiatives are the responsibility of leadership or HR. Others believe “the people make the place”. They feel that responsibility lies amongst individual employees to create the culture of the organization.
During this 1-hour webinar presentation, Culture Amp Senior People Scientist, Sahra Kaboli-Nejad will outline the various schools of thoughts through a scientific lens – outlining the pros and cons of each view. Then, Culture Amp Lead Customer Success Coach, Alyson Wagenman will share her perspectives as someone who has worked with many of Culture Amp’s 2,500+ customers along with having first-hand experience leading a team within her own organization.
This is an easy answer, right? Not quite. Action planning is like exercise - we know it’s good for us, but we don’t always do it. But, just like making healthy changes to our lifestyles, intentional efforts make a difference.
Join Jen Dudik, a Senior Consultant of Engagement and Development at National Heritage Academies (NHA), to learn more about how to make small action planning efforts that will make a big difference in your company. NHA implemented a new, more agile, engagement strategy in 2016, and since that time, Ms. Dudik has become quite familiar with the challenges that can accompany action planning. So, if you’re feeling challenged in this space, don’t give up — there’s hope! After this engaging presentation, you will be inspired and moved to pursue proactive action planning within your company.
In this webinar, Ms. Dudik will: