Programs Tagged With "human resources"
The future came too soon for HR! Automation is jumping off the pages of science fiction in the everyday workplace. Artificial intelligence, machine learning, and robots are disrupting jobs and changing the workplace. Unfortunately HR technology is running amok, threatening to remove humanity from human resources. HR has one last opportunity to assume the role of leader and advocate of humans in the workplace! During this presentation author and HR Futurist Ira S Wolfe exposes his vision for the future of work, benefits and threats of HR technology, and a plan for keeping the H in HR.
Your mindset is the most powerful tool in your arsenal for success. Doubt, negative self-talk, lack of confidence, and perfectionist thinking are just a few areas of your mindset that may be keeping you from the success you deserve. Being self-critical and having unrealistic expectations leads to disappointment. It is possible for you to recognize, change, and implement strategies for a better mindset. Your ability to keep your head in the game will determine your ability to succeed at your goals. Dr. Kristie will talk about: -The psychology of a successful mindset -How to change your thinking to improve your results -Three tools to change your self-talk -How to overcome unrealistic expectations -Strategies for mindset maintenance
Whether you are trying to inspire your organization to develop a service based culture, establish company values and beliefs or develop a roadmap for the future, Matt Argano Ph.D. welcomes the discussion. You don’t play Brooklyn-rules stickball in Manhattan. Each borough has its own way of picking teams and playing the game. In one neighborhood, the ball is thrown to the batter. In another, the batter must bounce the ball to himself. Matt Argano grew up playing the quintessential New York sport in Brooklyn. Understanding how the rules changed based on the fabric and culture of each neighborhood was as important as the game itself.
Hiring the right talent takes time and patience. The most important asset any organization has is its people. Taking shortcuts may ease immediate needs but will ultimately create regrets. So, what is the cost of a bad hire? According to Gallup, it takes 150% of an employee's base salary to replace them. A company with 1500 employees and a turnover rate of 15%, spends 6-9 million dollars a year hiring new talent. But the cost is more than just financial, it can impact every aspect of your business. In this presentation, audiences will learn how to select the perfect candidate and develop strategies for creating an epic employee experience to create brand evangelists. Mona will share a practical, actionable blueprint that will free up money for future growth, save you time, and ensure you retain your top talent. All of which will drive business growth and profitability. Key Takeaways: 1. Learn to build hiring strategies that will help leaders avoid a bad hire. 2. Understand th...
Maximum Ability: How to Recruit and Retain employees with (Dis)abilities" goes beyond ADA and helps participants understand the personal, social, and medical needs of persons with (dis)abilities. This helps to create inclusive workplaces that attract and retain talent. Learning objectives include: *Understanding Disability as a social construct *Defining microaggressions and how to combat them *Strategies and considerations for different types of disabilities and conditions *Creating recruitment pipelines to access highly qualified employees with disabilities *Best practices in onboarding employees *Understanding universal design principles (physical layout and operations) *Practical tips on how to engage in conversations about ability (I know it can be uncomfortable)
It is a fact that if you combine people, a common environment, and enough time there will be conflict. It is not a possibility, but an inevitability. We must then learn to plan, prepare, and manage this conflict in a healthy manner. We can start this process by understanding and extolling the benefits of having and mining for conflict. Participants will Identify the #1 principle in Setting the Stage for Healthy Conflict Examine the 4 Myths of Conflict Identify common causes of conflict Explore the benefits of conflict Identify the steps to individually dialogue in Healthy Conflict Identify how teams can engage in Healthy Conflict
Why do more people quit their bosses than their jobs? When leaders rise because of their skills, they are often unprepared for the human side of leadership. "Leading With HEART" increases leadership capacity by creating and maintaining engaged and motivated working relationships when leading with HUMANITY, EMPATHY, ATTENTION, RESPONSE, and TRUST. Includes practical applications for effective interpersonal communication.
What stories are your employees telling about their job? What stories are getting passed down to new hires and customers? What story are you telling about your culture? Stories arenâ€™t something to be controlled, managed, or designed. Theyâ€™ve got to be fueled. Fueled by the way your team designs the employee experience, fueled by the way your leaders lead, and fueled by how you approach the growing demand for a whole new way of work. Employee engagement is in high-demand and the organizations that know how to fuel great stories will be able to hire and retain top talent, thrill customers, and rewrite the story of their cultures. n this session you will learn: - How to shape the stories that drive your culture. - The power of changing your values, mission, and vision into effective stories. - The secrets for engaging your team for real bottom-line results.
Playing the same ol' tune at a higher volume or with nicer speakers, simply won't do. Millennials want to hear a new song. When they sign on to participate in your organization, they expect different dynamics as part of their compensation package. Is your organization providing what is necessary to engage and inspire the Millennial generation which is becoming more and more a part of the working landscape? This program can be formatted for both a seminar/workshop and keynote presentation.
What do all championship athletes and teams have in common with the worldâ€™s most successful people? They all have a game plan for the ultimate victory! Indeed, a strategic plan is necessary no matter what kind of team youâ€™re onâ€”a workplace team or an athletic one. You and your teammates need a clear sense of where youâ€™re headed, and what youâ€™re trying to achieve. You also need a sense of how youâ€™re going to get there, and what kind of preparations youâ€™ll need to make along the way. One more thing youâ€™ll need? A coachâ€”someone who can help you set the plan and call the plays! Thatâ€™s where Dr. Rick Goodman comes in. As a medical practitioner, heâ€™s worked with some of the most successful athletic teams in the world, including Super Bowl winners! And as a motivational speaker, heâ€™s coached countless enterprises to success. Dr. Rick knows the value of a game planâ€”and heâ€™s prepared to pr...