Webinars About Leadership, Organizational Culture, And Workplace Experience Trends
The Future of Professional Development
Skills Development That Will Help Workplaces and People Succeed Through a Roller Coaster 2020
Upskilling, training, and re-skilling have all become vital areas of emphasis for companies, as innovation and volatility disrupt industries at an increasing rate. The ability to be agile and adaptable quickly, and at scale, was becoming crucial even before the disruption of COVID-19.
As disruption and uncertainty persist, people and companies must focus on developing “soft skills” that are more conducive to the future of work:
From a career advancement perspective for individual professionals, this means being more adaptable across new evolving job functions and industry demands.
From an organizational talent and cultural perspective, this means providing resources and building a culture that elevates all aspects of our workforce to contribute to future company innovation and success.
Discussing what these skills look like and how to go about developing them within our workforce and ourselves will be vital to surviving the current times and thriving in future times.See The Recording
Navigating Uncertain Times
Inclusion in Virtual Workplaces Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic
Recent events have rapidly accelerated the growing trends of an increasingly virtual workplace. Being able to navigate and adapt to the nuanced differences of working in a virtual workplace is key to ensuring productivity and business continue to proceed as normally as possible. Through inclusive leadership and behavioral tactics, there is no better way to bridge the transition we are all experiencing as we move toward a virtual workplace setting.
SO LET'S TALK ABOUT IT:
- What will be some of the biggest adjustments to overcome
- How do they threaten 'business as usual'
- What are some tactics to better navigating a virtual workplace
- What is the longterm opportunity beyond our current chapter
We look forward to sharing our thoughts and insights while fielding your questions.
Advancing Equality in Venture Capital
Why You Need to Invest in Female Founders
Female CEOs only receive 3% of current investment, but what you may not know is that it is irrefutable that they are returning much higher returns in their limited representation as compared to their male counterparts. Most of the highest valued female-founded startups are less than 6 years old and are almost all valued WELL over $100M with exponential returns and exit velocity.
I want to invite you to share the discussion with me as I elaborate on the story of this untapped investment market and share our tips for getting through the concerns that get beyond the unconscious bias that leads to a missed opportunity but honors any underlying concerns you’ve associated with gender.See The Recording
Is Your Company Culture Costing You?
At the root of a happy and innovative workplace, is an inclusive workplace culture. While there is a global social call for inclusive workplaces, statistics also show that 8% of employee turnover and 17% of employee disengagement is due to inclusion-related issues. A typical firm comprised of 3,000 employees can expect to lose $24 million annually on attrition alone. Extrapolate those figures across a global enterprise scale, and losses are well into the hundreds of millions.
Co-hosted with best-selling author, Chester Elton
Unlocking Happier Workplaces
Happy teams are also objectively healthier. According to WebMD, upwards of 90% of doctors’ visits can be attributed to some form of negative stress in a patient’s life. It is also estimated that upwards of $576B are lost every year by US employers to workforce illness. All of this even though, on average, companies spend around $750 per employee on employee wellness initiatives. For these reasons and more it is fair to say that workplace engagement and happiness begin with an inclusive workplace culture.See The Recording
Leadership Development to Embed a Culture of Inclusion
You know that inclusive leadership is important for becoming and remaining an employer of choice. But how do you know if you are inclusive, and what can you do to help other leaders see the benefit? Check out part three in our Hacking D&I webinar series with Denise Hummel, the world’s leader in diversity and inclusion.
In this complimentary webinar, you will learn:
- Some surprising ways inclusive leadership transforms cultures
- The 5 critical inclusion opportunities every leader experiences
- Practical tips for being inclusive in these 5 critical areas
- Three ways to help activate inclusive leadership on a company-wide scale
Inclusion at Work
Creating a Culture That Counts
An inclusive, innovative culture starts at the top. Inclusive leadership is the catalyst for a healthy organizational culture that results in improved employee engagement, innovation, and overall performance. The important question: What does that really look like in practice? Join us to learn more about this misunderstood, crucial component of attracting, retaining and advancing top diverse talent through your organizational pipeline.See The Recording