Elevate 2015 Roundup – Part 2 is here! Again, if you do not know, Elevate 2015 is the world’s largest virtual summit organized by HireVue and BambooHR last week to discuss all things HR and business. We published our first roundup last week, covering the 7 best webinars by industry thought leaders in Recruiting & Leadership tracks.
In this 2nd roundup, you will find the best practices and advices in Talent Management & Culture tracks. Enjoy!
Jason Averbrook (@jasonaverbook)
For those of you who have known Jason Averbrook, you would definitely watch any of his presentation in a heartbeat. For those who do not, Averbrook is a recognized thought leader in the space of HR, workforce, and enterprise technology. He is the CEO of The Marcus Burkingham Company (TMBC), and was named as one of the World’s 10 Most Powerful HR Technology Experts by HR Executive Magazine.
In the “Dynamic Teaming” webinar, Jason Averbrook offers an electric insight into the fundamentally shifting forces of team dynamics. Averbrook offers that the traditional structure of professional teaming simply doesn’t work for most companies in 2015.
Here are the troubles:
Here are the counters:
As always, Averbrook’s webinar is absolutely exceptional. Let’s just say that you won’t want to have missed out by 2020. Definitely give this one a watch.
Geoffroy De Lestrange (@gdelestrange)
Geoffrey De Lestrange’s seminar points to a subjective truth: the traditional annual performance review is a dying format, and that’s probably a good thing. More than half of surveyed employees don’t think performance reviews inspire them to work harder, faster, or more productively. So how can we inspire efficient feedback?
Well, for starters:
Heidi Spirgi (@hspirgi)
Spirgi’s webinar is an action-oriented webinar not to be missed. In the webinar, Spirgi explores the future of talent management, and there’s much to be excited about. In essence, there’s been an exciting power shift in the last several years that’s leveraged toward valuable workers.
Mariah DeLeon (@MariahVPGD)
Mariah DeLeon’s webinar delves into the possibilities of maximized emotional intelligence. She outlines the core tenets of the emotionally sharp worker and demonstrates how to articulate this energy in the workplace. Her insight is a real treasure.
Among the many highlights:
Shawn Murphy (@TheShawnMurphy)
Shawn Murphy is a thought leader and practitioner recognized by Huffington Post and Inc. for his contributions for creating optimistic work environments. He is the CEO and co-founder of Switch & Shift, and author of the 5-star rated book - “The Optimistic Workplace”.
In this webinar, Murphy paints a rather gloomy picture of the modern workplace. According to his cited studies, 68% of workers reported that they weren’t happy in their job. But fear not, Murphy frames practical improvements that can be implemented with relative ease.
So let’s dive into the spirit of this wonderful lecture and learn how we might turn the tide:
Murphy’s webinar delves into a pointed analysis of all the components that make up a more optimistic workplace. Definitely worth checking out if you have time.
Chester Elton (@chesterelton)
Chester Elton is co-author of several successful leadership books which have been New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestsellers.
Chester Elton’s webinar prefixes a question: How do we increase engagement levels in the workplace? According to the cited studies, an overwhelming percentage of employees (not to mention employers) feel unengaged, and that’s a fundamental problem.
Chester offers a multi-pronged solution composed from precise data research:
If you’d like to hear Mr. Elton’s detailed structure (not to mention if you’re curious about what motivator type you are), check out his webinar.
Lynn Knight (@lynndavidknight)
Lynn Knight helps us to establish our companies’ cultural structure (no small feat) with engagement and concise passion. The company culture is very much the fabric of an organization, and Mr. Knight demonstrates how we sustain and advance our professional cultures.
It’s actually pretty straight-forward:
That is the summary for today roundup. Hope you all have a good read. Subscribe to our blog to get notified when we will publish our 3rd part of Elevate 2015 roundup, which will cover Scouring Talent and HR Research, Tips, and Tricks tracks.
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