Explore HCI's collection of curated webcasts, executive interviews and keynote videos on trending talent management topics.
“Nothing ever goes away until it teaches us what we need to know.” – Pema Chodron
In the face of adversity, why do some people flourish, while others fold? The essential condition required to live a flourishing life is not ...Read more
When it comes to attracting, developing and retaining Millennial talent, there’s still a gap between what we think we know and what’s true when it comes to the benefits and leadership development opportunities employees in this ...Read more
Geopolitical uncertainty, market volatility, digital transformation, sustainability – how does a market leader with over 180 years of history change the way it formulates strategy in the midst of these global forces?
In this session, ...Read more
Today’s managers know that you don't manage performance solely by conducting an annual or quarterly review. Employees need regular coaching, feedback and accountability to continually reach new levels of performance.
Millennial ...Read more
New data suggests employee engagement levels have been flat or declining in the last five years despite strong efforts to drive them. Still, the payoff attainable from a highly-engaged workforce means the focus is unlikely to fade (Gallup, ...Read more
Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Ltd. is the largest pharmaceutical company in Japan and Asia and the 18th largest in the world. Its world class, patient-focused research and development (R&D) organization is committed to innovation in ...Read more
"See the opportunity in every difficulty.”
Winston Churchill’s words offer compelling counsel as we look at the Learning & Development landscape in today’s transforming workplace.
Although ...Read more
Gather best practices on how to leverage storytelling, fueled through trust, to drive positive employee engagement, while learning how to get employee advocates on-board, on-brand, and excited.
Explore practical tips for how you can transform your approach to changing business outcomes.
Explore what really motivates emerging leaders, the development paths most prized by them, and how organizations can develop and engage the people who will be leading the organization in the future.
Discover how to usher in a new age of candidate experience strategy – to ultimately unite your talent ecosystem with your bottom line.
Learn more about why cultivating a multigenerational workforce is good for business, and can yield dividends in the areas of engagement, workforce stability, and cognitive diversity.
What is a platform business model and how will a platform help you further differentiate your offerings? Why do you need to develop a platform of your own? Do you think about the services and products you offer and how they can work together to ...Read more
Learn how different companies have tackled communication issues during times of change including evolving cultures and new leadership teams.
Gain a deeper understanding of performance management while learning to make the connection between performance management and employee engagement.
Discover how to improve the performance of working groups by being intentional about team member composition, strengthening team leader skills and abilities, and offering development around interpersonal and task effectiveness.
Culture holds the promise of helping the collective of an organization's members focus on similar goals and objectives and of encouraging cohesiveness in purpose and intent. There are some foundational principles that can help executives rein ...Read more
In this Case study we share how we helped an insurance client meet its KPIs, and blow its three targets out of the water.
When onboarding millennials, engagement is key. Taking inspiration from popular games, CGS Learning worked with the client ...
Discover tools and strategies that can help you increase efficiency in talent acquisition processes and do more with less.
Learn how meaningful employee recognition is being used as a catalyst for driving employee engagement, and what separates sophisticated employee recognition strategies from the antiquated “catalog and lapel-pin” programs of yesteryear.