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Did you miss a live webinar? HRMAC is now offering On Demand recordings of our webinar programs for a HRMAC member rate of $25. The non-member rate is $35. Choose from the list of topics below and click on the 'buy now' button to purchase and download. Instructions will be sent via email upon purchasing the recording. Webinar recordings are available for a year after the original broadcast.

All HRMAC webinars are approved for 1 credit hour toward aPHR/PHR/SPHR/GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute and 1 professional development credit toward SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP certification.

 


November 15, 2017: Why Most High Potential Programs Don't Work
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This webinar is framed around the following key high potential challenges:

  • We put the wrong people in the program
  • We don’t know if people have gotten any better
  • Participants don’t know how to develop their identified weaknesses 

During the webinar, the speakers will select audience-submitted selection criteria for high potential programs and break down each to determine what works well, what could be improved, and what might be missing.  You’ll walk away from the webinar with a more complete understanding of how to develop a high potential program that works.

Learning Objectives:

  • Discover how to select the right people
  • Develop high potentials – and measure their development 
  • Establish accountability for all
Nicole Morris, Senior Assessment and Development Consultant, The Vaya Group

Michelle Bush, Managing Consultant, The Vaya Group

 

November 1, 2017: Preparing for Increased Immigration Enforcement Activities
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Various immigration-related agencies, including USCIS and the Department of Labor seem to be preparing for increased enforcement actions. The USCIS has already re-allocated resources in its site visit program. This webinar will cover the enforcement actions immigration agencies can take, the consequences that can occur, and how a Trump administration may act.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the role of governmental agencies, enforcement mechanisms, and priorities
  •  Develop an internal company strategy for handling governmental site visits and investigations
  • Create proactive steps companies can take to ensure compliance in the event of a site visit or investigation

Matthew Meltzer, Partner, Meltzer Hellrung LLC

Matthew Hellrung, Partner, Meltzer Hellrung LLC

 

 

 

 


 

 June 21, 2017: Patterns of Highly Effective Leaders in the US and Globally

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As HR professionals, we strive to build, attract and retain highly effective leaders in our organizations. Have you ever wondered what are the specific behaviors or patterns of leadership seen in highly effectively leaders? Or what behaviors lead individuals to be ineffective leaders? 

Nancy Ortega, Vice President of Leadership Development at Kensington International, will present the results of several very recent research studies that answer these questions. 

If you are part of a multinational organization or work across borders, you won’t want to miss this interactive webinar as we discuss how are the patterns of highly effective leadership are demonstrated in leaders around the world and if these success behaviors are universal or unique by country. We will also discuss to how to assess a leader’s intercultural compatibility with corporate headquarters or their fit for an expatriate assignment.

Attendees will learn:

  • The behaviors or patterns of leadership are seen in highly effectively leaders.
  • The behaviors that lead individuals to be ineffective leaders.
  • The patterns of highly effective leadership demonstrated in leaders around the world.

 

 

Presented by: Nancy T. Ortega, Vice President, Leadership Development and Career Transition, Kensington International, Inc. 


May 10, 2017: Developing Effective Global Leaders in a New Age of Learning Tools

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Today’s business landscape is more global than ever before—does your organization have the effective global leaders you need to be competitive? Join us for a practical discussion on the demands of global leadership today, and the latest trends and tools in organizational learning that can help you develop effective global leaders.

Attendees will learn:

  •  Why companies must be strategic about developing global leaders today 
  • The attributes and behaviors of effective global leaders and how to build them
  • Tools and trends in global organizational learning and their application in leadership development
  • Best practices to identify and develop effective global leaders in your organization
 
 
 
Presented by: John Blyth, Executive Coach and Communications Consultant, BPI group, and Michael McGowan, Managing Director, Leadership & Talent, BPI group

 


April 26, 2017: Balancing a High-Tech & High-Touch Candidate Experience
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Candidates are driving today's job market, and they demand a process that is both quick and customized. Help your organization attract quality talent by building a candidate experience that incorporates the perfect balance between technology and human interaction. This webinar will share tactics HR leaders can deploy to transform their approach to engaging candidates throughout every step of the hiring process.

Attendees will:

  •  Understand the impact of a positive candidate experience on your bottom line.
  •  Learn winning candidate experience tactics with proven results.
  •  Gain tips to complete your own Candidate Experience Audit and Action Plan.

 

Presented by: Adam Godson, Vice President, Global Technology Solutions, Cielo.

 


March 23, 2017: Gender Truths: What it takes to build a female leadership pipeline

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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.

Attendees will learn:

  • How organizations are missing the mark when it comes to making progress on their gender diversity agenda.
  • What it really takes to advance women through your leadership pipeline.
  • What leading organizations are doing to develop and advance female leaders.

 

 

Presented by: Tammy Heermann, Vice President, Global Leadership Development, Lee Hecht Harrison.

 


March 15, 2017: Engaging the Workforce of the Future: The Emergence of Generation Z

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In 2016, HR teams started to face a whole new type of employee as members of Generation Z made their way into the workforce for the first time. Just as companies were starting to learn how to engage Millennials, this next generation arrived with unique needs and ways of looking at the world. So how is Generation Z so different and how will it change the way we approach HR? Learn from the CHRO of one of the largest staffing agencies in the US about what he sees both at his company and across the industry.

Attendees will:

  • Understand Generation Z and how are they different from Millennials and other segments of the workforce.
  • Learn about macro trends that have shaped this generation and what their expectations are for their place of work.
  • Discover strategies for engaging this generation to drive the success of your organization.

 

 

 

Presented by: Jim Link, Chief Human Resources Officer, Randstad North America. 

 


February 22, 2017: The Power of Strengths: Unleashing the Power
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Gallup has found that people who use their strengths every day are six times more likely to be engaged on the job. This compelling connection between strengths and employee engagement in the workplace has the power to accelerate performance when companies work on enhancing both simultaneously. Companies utilizing Strengths have achieved benefits in revenue, profitability, customer engagement, employee turnover and employee engagement. Attend this compelling session to gain an understanding of why you should be leveraging strengths vs. traditional weakness focused development to dramatically improve engagement and performance at your organization.

Attendees will:

  • Understand Strengths Based Assessments.
  • Learn how using Strengths for personal/individual development builds career resilience and improves effectiveness on navigating change.
  • Hear how to unleash the power of strengths based teams through creation of Interdependency.

 

 Presented by: Kimberly Svoboda, Executive Coach, Principal Consultant, Aspiration Catalyst, A KAS Consulting Inc., Company.

 

 


January 25, 2017: The Leadership Pipeline
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Leaders at all levels need training, especially the middle managers who directly manage the majority of employees in the organization. However, becoming an effective leader takes more than learning general leadership skills. It requires a fundamental adjustment in work values, time application and skills for each specific level of leadership. This session explains the levels of leadership and how your organization can develop its leaders at each level. 

Attendees will:

  • Understand the concepts of a leadership pipeline and how it fits into your organization.
  • Learn how the different levels of leadership require different work values, time application and skills.
  • Learn about the career and organizational development path offerings that leaders should receive.

 

 

Presented by: Scott Kiefer, Partner and Vice President, The Oliver Group.