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Triggers: Becoming the Person We Want to Be

Marshall Goldsmith | December 14, 2015 | Webcast

Marshall Goldsmith is the world’s authority in helping successful leaders achieve positive, lasting behavior. In this fast-paced, interactive webcast, he will share his insights on why we don’t become the person we want to be—why change is so difficult for all of us.

Appreciation in the Workplace: What It Does (and Doesn’t Do) for Your Organization

Paul White | September 25, 2015 | Webcast

While employee recognition programs can be effective in acknowledging achievements and performance, they are not successful in helping individuals feel appreciated at work. Senior leaders can learn the foundational issues necessary for employees to feel truly valued and create a more positive work environment, which has been shown to have numerous benefits for the organization's functioning. Be prepared to challenge your thinking about employee recognition and communicating appreciation in the workplace. You will also receive practical action steps to help make a culture of appreciation a reality in your organization.

Dealing With Ambiguity During Change

Josh Smith | May 28, 2015 | Webcast

Learn how Health Care Service Corporation (HCSC) developed a hands-on leadership simulation event to prepare leaders to make critical decisions during unprecedented ambiguity and industry change. HCSC is the largest customer-owned health insurer in the United States and fourth largest overall, operating through its Blue Cross and Blue Shield plans in Illinois, Montana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas.

Accelerate your Executive Career through Personal Branding and Marketing Yourself

Rita Allen | April 14, 2015 | Webcast

The term marketing makes most people think of products, services, and commodities. How about marketing ourselves—our talents, accomplishments, and value—inside our organization and within our profession, industry, and community? Are you or your staff members comfortable talking about yourselves in this way? More importantly, are you prepared to talk about yourself in this way—packaging your talents and accomplishments, showcasing them, leveraging them, and presenting them to your organization and community? Identifying, creating, and articulating a personal brand empowers people to own their career and seize opportunities. Personal branding and the ability to market ourselves is an essential ingredient for successful career management. Learn how to create a framework to embrace and develop this core competency.

Prepare Now to Lead Later

Terri Tierney Clark | February 20, 2015 | Webcast

Excelling later at your job means planning your career from the start. Determine the best path for you by assessing your own skills, gaining line experience, and becoming aware of the characteristics of your industry’s leaders. You also need to optimize your performance reviews and polish your image. Lastly, adopt the markers of a leader, including the ability to innovate, operate in uncertainty, convey ideas clearly, and influence others. This webinar will give you guidelines on how to prepare now so that you will be chosen to lead later.

7 Success Strategies for Mentoring Program Managers

Lois J. Zachary | January 28, 2015 | Article

For those in charge of mentoring programs, their own development often gets short shrift.

A Global Language Translation Strategy for E-Learning

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Michael Coates | January 16, 2015 | Video

English may be the language of global business, but everything changes when corporate goals require the provision of e-learning materials in alternate languages. The most forgotten secret of successful multilingual training and development is the need for a global language translation strategy. Are you training diverse audiences, such as non-English or second-language learners; expanding your corporate reach into new countries; providing e-learning resources in more than one language; experiencing delays and inconsistencies; and/or receiving complaints regarding previously translated training materials? If you answered 'yes' to any of these questions, this session is for you. Discover the foundational components of a successful global language translation strategy and will arm you with specific action items pertinent to your organization's learning objectives surrounding e-learning. Building upon their published whitepaper on the same subject, the speakers will share practical steps for implementation based on industry best practices and client success stories.

Using High Tech to Develop High-Touch Skills

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Janice Burns | January 15, 2015 | Video

Your organization has invested in enough high-tech and no-tech learning assets to fill a catalog. You understand the math. It's all about 70-20-10 and you want to do more with technology to drive all three. How do you select and leverage the right assets, not only to save time and money, but also drive better learning outcomes and performance? It's not enough to just assemble the right parts and pieces, you want to gain support and sustain it as well. During this session, the speaker will help you identify the right blend of technologies to bring formal and informal learning together. You'll learn how to create a visual snapshot of a high-tech, high-touch development program and receive a template to present your program in a compelling way. You will leave with ideas, insights, and tools to use with social media, mobile support, games, and simulations to sustain learning, so your organization gets the most out of its training dollars, and your learners get what they want. You will understand how you can use high-tech to assess gaps in high-touch skills and learn new approaches to design personalized development programs to address those gaps. Determine how technology can help you gain buy-in and commitment from key stakeholders to achieve measurable results. Basic knowledge of 70-20-10 or formal and informal learning components will maximize the dialogue and learning in this session.

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