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Leveraging the New Learning Ecosystem

Keynote Video | Presented By: Kerry Hearns-Smith, Todd Tauber | Published: September 24, 2015
Traditional approaches to learning and development are no longer responsive enough to continuously build and refresh the capabilities and skills that organizations and employees need. As a result, workers and business leaders are increasingly ... Read more

Overcoming Talent Gaps Through Experiential Learning

Webcast | Presented By: David DeFilippo, Erin Brooks, Elizabeth Collins | Webcast Aired: October 14, 2015
High performing organizations are often challenged with developing a pipeline of talent. This can be exacerbated by a negligence to look within the organization and address the problem with an intentional development plan for employees just ... Read more
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A New Formula for Employee Engagement

Keynote Video | Presented By: Jennifer Johnston, Harry West | Published: August 4, 2015
Bringing great people into your organization and keeping them engaged is getting tougher by the day. Yet, many companies are still running the same old HR playbook where help tickets disappear into a black hole, communication is strictly ... Read more

HCIPodcast: Onboarding Tips for That Lasting First Impression

Podcast | Presented By: Amy Hirsh Robinson | Published: June 15, 2015
Because onboarding is the first step to creating a lasting and positive employee experience it should be a top organizational priority. It represents an opportunity for cross-functional integration and employee-business alignment - but often it ... Read more

To Tame the Job Hopper: Onboarding Engagement for Millennials

Blog | Author: Randi Kenney | Source: HCI | Published: June 8, 2015

In today’s dynamic business world, many companies’ HR divisions have sought to keep up with the rapidly changing expectations of candidates and recruiters. Perhaps the same goes for your company—it is no longer enough to simply backfill open positions as they arise. New roles and new projects in the company call for a new type of recruitment strategy.

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