WEBCASTS

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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

There are 5 distinct stages that all organizations will transition through on the path to a new normal. This session will journey through each stage using practical guidance from leading organizations and new research on workforce resilience. You will leave with employee experience priorities to emphasize, so your organization has a roadmap to bounce back stronger.

Knowing how people have adapted to the unplanned transition to remote work can help you develop change management and communications for a smoother return. The top priorities for workplace teams right now are physical distancing, safety, and remote work programs. Understanding how people think about each of those items helps teams communicate these changes comfortably and prepare the workplace accordingly.

Join Ben Hatch, People Analytics Lead, LinkedIn, to get a glimpse of questions you can ask in your "Back to Office Survey", and explore what LinkedIn is doing to help their workforce in these times of uncertainty.

  • Ask your people if they are actually willing to return to the workplace when things get back to normal.
  • Understand the most common concerns your employees might have while returning to the office. This will give you an idea of what you can do to help their concerns.

You know the feeling of being in the ocean, swimming against the tide as hard as you can, but getting nowhere?

It's the same feeling as when your brain is working overtime and never gets any rest because you are being pulled in so many different directions.

Imagine instead feeling so grounded in the present that you are actually able to anticipate the next moment-then calmly, confidently, and seamlessly lead your team.

We are currently being asked to prepare for a future that we cannot know. We find ourselves in a place of ambiguity on every level. The illusion of absolute certainty and control has been shattered.

In this 60-minute webinar, David Lapin will share a three-phase framework that prepares you and your team members to reengage on a different level—more committed, more connected, and more productive—and emerge stronger and ready to face the future.

There's been a lot of talk lately about "getting back to normal" in our lives and at work. Reality check...normal is gone. Particularly at work. And good riddance. At best, the pre-pandemic "normal" for work was broken. Why would we want to go back? Instead, what if we could find our way through this chaos and uncertainty to something better? The opportunity is before us. But we need the right tools to navigate the journey ahead.

This month, we welcome back our good friend, author and futurist Rebecca Ryan. Rebecca will share with us how to use the tools of strategic foresight and scenario planning to make sense of these highly uncertain times. We will unpack how HR professionals and leaders can apply these tools to plan and prepare to lead through the next year and beyond. And, we'll discuss what some key trends are indicating about how the future of work is shifting.

If you have been struggling with how to plan for what's next for your workplace, don't miss this webcast.

Happy and engaged employees are committed to, and passionate about the work they do, resulting in better performance and lower turnover. Yet, many companies fail to realize a positive, healthy workplace culture. Why? Because it seems elusive, hard to measure, and hard to prove ROI. It’s also hard to address a negative culture where incivility or bullying may thrive because your organization may not have guidelines for addressing these behaviors, and managers probably aren’t trained to step in. This presentation changes all that. Attend and learn the real, tangible, and actionable steps to building a better workplace culture, using Civility Partners’ proven method for positive culture change.

At the end of this webinar, folks who tune in will be able to:

  • Confidently discuss the similarities and differences in bullying and harassment, and bullying and workplace violence
  • Understand negative behaviors as a social phenomenon that includes peers, leaders, and the organization’s culture
  • Conduct a simple survey to determine the climate, and use the results to make a business case and create an action plan for a positive workplace culture
  • Implement a healthy workplace policy that has buy-in from employees
  • Use company core values to drive and measure behavior
  • Create a better, more powerful harassment prevention training program
  • Use the three steps of intervention to help abrasive leaders change their ways

Working from home is becoming a necessity in today’s modern workplace. Yet, even before the recent COVID-19 outbreak, remote working can be a challenge for many organizations looking to engage their teams and employees effectively. Understanding how to manage and engage employees can yield the same, if not better, results than when employees are in the office.

Join LumApps' Manager of Human Resources, Robbie Harris and Human Resources Generalist, Morgan McDowell, as they outline 10 best practices to keep employees engaged and productive while working from home. They will cover how to use your digital workplace to boost collaboration and streamline communication, as well as how to successfully onboard new remote employees. You will be sure to take away actionable insights and practical ideas, with the opportunity to ask questions.

Over the last several years, remote work has become a flexible option for employees whose jobs can accommodate meetings from the kitchen table. Now with COVID-19, companies are having to rethink their remote work strategies and adjust the way they work to keep business operating as usual. Studies have found that remote work has its fair share of challenges when it comes to maintaining morale and productivity high.

Our guest this month is Ben Waber, Co-Founder and President of Humanyze, an organizational analytics company. We will discuss how thinking strategically about where work happens is critical so that companies can better support their employees. We’ll explore how workplace analytics can be used to measure the tools, technologies, and policies in play to determine what is needed to make remote work successful--today and in the future.

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