HR People + Strategy has partnered with strategic organizations to develop a new series of webinars that will address critical aspects of HR leadership.
October 18, 2016, 2:00 -3:00 P.M. EDT
What It Takes to Build a Female Leadership Pipeline
Boards, regulators, and advocacy groups are placing increased pressure to have equitable female representation. Customers and communities expect their diversity to be mirrored by those that serve them. As a result, the recruitment, retention and advancement of women are key initiatives for many organizations. Yet most are not happy with the speed or progress they have made. Where do we start? How do we make progress faster? Do we need a separate approach to developing female leaders? These are the questions organizations today are struggling with.
With time at a premium, and resources scarce, it is more critical than ever to invest wisely. Failure to address gender diversity may cost you talent, brand value or customers. This session addresses the systemic approach to handling this complex issue and how to make visible change. It will provide an inspiring vision for how to differentiate between the organizations that will thrive and those that will fall behind.
November 15, 2016, 12:00 - 1:00 P.M. EST
Hidden Strengths: Unleashing the Crucial Leadership Skills You Already Have
Relying on what worked well yesterday is a trap for leaders seeking to build a better tomorrow. The world is full of examples of leaders who held on to old beliefs and behaviors that had been effective but no longer worked in the current world.
Previously Recorded Webinars
September 17, 2015 12:00 - 1:30 P.M.
The Future of Human Capital Webinar
The business environment is evolving rapidly, and more complex than ever before. Disruptive forces including globalization, rapid changes in technology, and a highly diverse workforce are forming a complicated landscape for human resources professionals to navigate. Emerging talent strategies must incorporate compelling opportunities with flexibility, stellar brand reputation and a vibrant talent community that extends beyond traditional sourcing methods.
Join us to learn more about these top 10 findings and discover what organizations are doing to maximize their human capital.
April 27, 2016, 12:00 - 1:00 P.M.
The Changing Nature of Performance Management
Performance management in its current state in most companies doesn’t accomplish what it’s supposed to do – improve performance and develop employees. Performance management is not just the review/appraisal of employee performance but these are often confused with each other. Instead, the goal is to have managers having conversations with employees on a regular basis to discuss development, career paths, and goal setting.
This webinar focuses on ways to change your approach and move to an agile performance process with more frequent check-ins and conversations highlighting the pivotal role and accountability of the manager in this process.
HR People + Strategy and the New York HR People & Strategy have partnered to bring you this webinar, the second in our series The Future of Human Capital, based on the research conducted by the Philadelphia Society of People & Strategy.
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May 12, 2016, 12:00 - 1:00 P.M.
Are You Enabling Mediocre Leadership in Your Company?
The stakes in leadership have always been high – but they are getting higher. At the very moment that we need our leaders to be truly great and accountable, we see many leaders who disappoint and fail us. Only 37% of organizations are satisfied with the level of leadership accountability demonstrated by their leaders. Other studies show that only seven percent of employees currently have trust and confidence in their senior leaders to look out for their best interest. These statistics strike at the heart of the leadership accountability gap that exists in organizations today.
This session tackles this problem head on and explores why leaders can’t settle anymore and must commit to do better. It also provides an inspiring vision for why leadership, and more specifically leadership culture, is the only real differentiator between the organizations that will thrive and those that will fall behind.
June 13, 2016, 12:00 - 1:00 P.M.
The Future of Work
The workplace has undergone many changes over the years, but the emerging trend away from traditional employment represents a massive shift with profound implications for the business model of every organization. Leaders are increasingly at risk if they fail to recognize that talent can float into and out of an organization from various sources. For HR and CEOs alike, considering how to reconsider work arrangements to meet business strategies will be one of the biggest work transformations in this century.
This session will explore this phenomenon, drawing insights from our research with the World Economic Forum and the book, Lead the Work, Navigating a World Beyond Employment. We will look at how management is changing, implications for talent management strategies, and how leaders can adapt to survive and thrive.
September 20, 2016, 12:00 - 1:00 P.M. EDT
Genderless Leadership: Creating Balanced Leaders in Your Organization
The traditional view of gender in leadership leaves women believing they need to be more like a man in order to be successful and men feeling blamed and excluded. However, there are better ways to think about leadership. The focus should be on ways to develop leadership skills that transcend gender. While gender gaps do exist, it is important to move beyond knowing that we need to act differently to actually having the roadmap for what to do and how to do it.
We have found through experience and primary research with over 1,000 people that there are not only masculine and feminine expressions of leadership competencies, but that depending on one’s gender, we have different expectations and interpretation of effective leadership. Thus, a one-size fits all approach to leadership development is not the best solution and way to move beyond the gender conversation in leadership. Rather, we have to teach both men and women even more situational skills depending on what each team member needs. We need to teach men and women to be more balanced leaders who are capable of expressing both the masculine and feminine expressions of leadership competencies depending on what is needed.
This webinar will challenge you to think differently about leadership in the workplace beyond gender biases. We will highlight ways to identify your skills as a leader and give you the tools to leverage and grow your skills as a leader in the 21st century.
Join Thuy Sindell, author and President of Skyline Group’s Coaching Division, for this informative discussion based on patterns and practices she has seen work in organizations over the last two decades.