HR Management Topics
In this 27-minute webinar released in early 2020, Alan Colquitt, author, speaker and recognized expert on performance management, discusses moving from “performance management 1.0,” which is closely tied to feedback, ratings and compensation, to a new, evidence-based paradigm. “performance management 2.0” leverages research on goal setting, teams, employee engagement, affect and emotion to help create better outcomes for workers and organizations.
This 20-minute video with Mark Morris gives a primer on developing, measuring, and reporting about training programs with an emphasis on proving ROI and utility for the organization. The program will help you review current approaches and best practices, learn how to construct basic training metrics, and look at training in the larger business context.
This 25-minute introductory webinar on HR Analytics by Jeremy Kasle begins by defining the topic, then covers how to develop analytics capability, and how to use the insights gained. The presentation concludes with a section on lessons learned and advice.
This webinar explores three things you can do to be better at giving feedback and three things you can do to be a better feedback recipient, according to research. In this 23 minute webinar, Brodie Gregory presents the four key components of any feedback exchange and shares evidence-based tactics for being both a better feedback provider and a better feedback recipient, with illustrative examples. You’ll learn research-based tips that you can immediately apply in your own work and life, with clients, or to inspire your research.
In this 17-minute webinar, Jessica Dzieweczynski and Hanna Pillion present a brief webinar on implementing employee engagement initiatives in an organization, which covers each stage of the engagement lifecycle – including measurement, analysis, action planning, and implementation – and shares best practices for each stage of the process.
In this 36-minute webinar, Mike Camburn and Marni Falcone demonstrate how I-O psychology concepts create the foundation for effective succession planning by deconstructing the process into six common steps.
This mini webinar covers the emerging topic of learning agility in a short, practical primer. Learning agility, the ability and willingness to learn from experience, is a concept that has been around for about 20 years. Watch this short webinar to get more information about the current research and practice surrounding learning agility!