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Creating a Development Culture: Strategies for Developing Employees

This webinar demonstrates how organizations can create a culture where development is a regular occurrence on the job, on a day-to-day basis for employees at work.

Friday,
July 31, 2020
Time:
10:00 AM PDT | 01:00 PM EDT
Duration:
60 Minutes
Webinar Id:
703189
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Overview:

Employee engagement research has demonstrated that having skill development and career opportunities are some of the most highly valued job factors, especially for the new Millennial workers. However, managers can be resistant to providing employees with training.

This webinar demonstrates how organizations can create a culture where development is a regular occurrence on the job, on a day-to-day basis for employees at work.

Many organizations are now putting effective skill and career development programs in place to engage and retain key talent and develop talent resources for the future.

In this session, you will learn how to embed employee development practices in your organization's cultural 'DNA'. Join us to learn how to ensure that employee development becomes an ongoing organizational priority that supports business strategy.

Why you should Attend: Employees frequently leave organizations for career advancement opportunities. They can also get bored or become stagnant in their jobs without a feeling of growth and getting ahead.

Organizations that succeed at creating a development culture enjoy profound competitive advantages by attracting, retaining and engaging talented employees.

Many organizations emphatically state their commitment to employee development and set goals for building talent and promoting from within.

Yet, short-term pressures often drain the development effort and drive external recruiting as the solution, undercutting employee growth and sending a message to the organization that commitment to employee development is weak.

Avoid unwanted turnover, increase performance, and improve employee engagement by creating both development programs and consistent habits within your company.

Areas Covered in the Session:
  • On the job development experiences
  • Mentoring
  • Self-paced learning technology
  • Use of mobile learning applications
  • The manager's role in employee development
  • Getting resources and support for employee development

Who Will Benefit:
  • All Employees Working in any Organization
Instructor:

Dr. B. Lynn Ware, Ph.D. , President and CEO As CEO of Integral Talent Systems, Inc. (ITS) based in Silicon Valley, California, Dr. Ware is an Industrial/Organizational Psychologist who has practiced for over 25 years in the talent management field with a strong focus on how to increase employee productivity for the benefit of achieving business goals.

Dr. Ware has created a process to build, measure, and improve an organization’s employee engagement program. This process has helped to increase engagement, productivity, and organizational commitment.

Dr. Ware has consulted on the creation of employee engagement surveys for several of the top Fortune 500 corporations. She has frequently been quoted on trends in talent management strategies in numerous publications such as the Associated Press, Computer World magazine, Network World and the San Francisco Chronicle, and has been featured several times on CNN as a national talent management expert.


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