Explore HCI's collection of curated webcasts, executive interviews and keynote videos on trending talent management topics.
Understanding your workforce and taking action to strengthen and deploy it best is difficult, yet essential to executing business strategy. Effective Talent Intelligence allows organizations to optimize their current talent while proactively identifying talent gaps on the horizon.
HR sits atop a goldmine of information on its most important asset. But where should it begin to translate dispersed and massive amounts of people data into valuable insights?
Presented by: Robert Gibby, Ph.D., Senior Manager, HR Research & Analytics, Proctor & Gamble
Can you imagine getting over a million applications a year? Could you trust that your selection system wouldn’t overlook a quality ...
Presented by: Tracy L. S. Grajewski, Vice President, Human Resources Operations, Highmark Inc. & John Hancock, Vice President, Strategy, The RightThing, an ADP Company
An organization that only uses recruiting to fill current and ...
Presented by: Lisa Maronski, Director, Strategic Sourcing, John Hancock Life Insurance Company & Ray Bixler, President and CEO, SkillSurvey, Inc.
It is the age-old question that circulates through corporate talent acquisition ...
Presented by: James Cochran, Head of Global Recruiting, JP Morgan Chase
The challenges of mergers, acquisitions and re-engineering efforts over the years have caused JP Morgan Chase to adjust both their recruiting strategy and ...
Presented by: Greg D’Archangelis, Senior Vice President, Staffing Executive, Bank of America & Karen Turner, Vice President, Product Development and Strategy, SourceRight Solutions
Talent acquisition is under pressure now ...Read more
Today, both employees and managers find themselves in a place of tepid confidence while simultaneously feeling an overwhelming need to remain positive and focused on future growth and productivity. Research has demonstrated that a critical element to achieving sustainable business success - especially during tough times - is organizational trust, which fosters organizational leadership and collaboration.
This webinar will focus on actions you can take to be more courageous at work, and what you can do to inspire more courageous behavior among those you work with or lead. The concepts will be drawn from Bill Treasurer’s comprehensive training guide Courageous Leadership: Using Courage to Transform the Workplace (Pfeiffer, 2011).
Based on the March 15, 2012 HCI Webcast, "Developing First-Class Succession Plans," Elizabeth Hall, Succession Planning Program Manager, at Microsoft Corporation discusses the myths and challenges of succession planning and the ...Read more
Dan Satterthwaite, Head of Human Resources for DreamWorks Animation, discusses the results of a recent employee survey, and how the management team addressed the gaps that the survey indicated were an issue among employees:
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Dr. Debra France, Enterprise Leadership Development at W. L. Gore, peels back and explores Gore's unique culture and business structure. Featured content includes utilizing a sponsorship role as opposed to a managerial role, a lattice ...Read more
Dr. Debra France, who works in Enterprise Leadership Development at W.L. Gore, discusses how career development is defined differently at W.L. Gore, and how an invested community of passion and a sponsorship program can provide a richer career ...Read more
Tony Schwartz, President and Founder of The Energy Project, discusses the necessity for organizations to address their employees core needs in the programs, processes, and practices they endorse and use:
Understand what core human needs ...Read more
Tony Schwartz, President and Founder of The Energy Project, discusses how very biologically programmed responses play a role in how businesses can approach change and manage the human characteristic of resistance to change:
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Keynote Presenter: Dr. Debra France, Enterprise Leadership Development at W.L. Gore
Much has been written about the unique culture and organizational practices of W. L. Gore & Associates, a long-time Best-Place-to-Work Company ...Read more
How are leadership transitions best handled, and how can organizations today ensure that when the torch gets passed, no one gets burned? Learn firsthand the elements to successful succession planning – what it is, what it can do, and why leaders and their successors are so critical to a thriving organization.
Angela Sheffield, Head of Strategic Workforce Planning at Applied Materials, shares her experiences of implementing a workforce planning strategy into her organization. She discusses their methods for getting business leaders on board and how ...Read more
Angela Sheffield, Head of Strategic Workforce Planning, Applied Materials, shares how her organization uses pilot programs to shape the way they train and prepare HR to lead and engage in a workforce planning strategy.Read more
Brian Ong, Head of Workforce Planning for the People Analytics Team at Google shares how organizational transparency has been the key to nipping feelings of disengagement or dissatisfaction among Googlers in the bud.
Transparency can ...Read more