Smart Strategies that will Keep Your Top Talent from being Someone Else’s
Lisa Ryan, Lisa Ryan Speaks
The raging war for talent combined with a shrinking candidate pool makes is critical for organizational leaders to figure out how to keep their top employees from leaving. Creating a workplace culture that works means that implementing new ideas and effective ways of engaging with team members.
During this session, we explore a six-step process that gives the participants the tools they need and can use immediately. Attendees will learn from the content and discuss best practices to create a workplace culture that attracts and retains the very top employees while increasing profitability, productivity and reducing downtime.
By attending this program, participants will:
- Discover the five contributing factors to lead to employee engagement
- Drive the creation of productivity-enhancing ideas by providing a safe environment for employees to fail
- Identify the top three management actions that create an employee’s emotional connection to the organization
- Explore the biggest drivers of job satisfaction and discuss strategies for implementation
Diversity and Inclusion – You Can’t Say That
Liz Nead, Nead Inspiration
It can sometimes feel, no matter where you turn, you are offending someone. So much so, we now ask the “offended” to lighten up and not take us so seriously. It’s clear our words have power and it’s also become apparent we aren’t always sure how to use this instrument for good.
In her presentation, “You can’t say that.” Liz shares six categories of statements intended to connect, but actually widen the diversity gap. These statements make it harder to gain common ground and can cause irreparable harm to others personally and professionally.
Prepare yourself for bold humor and disarming dialogue as Liz gives you tools to become more effective in your communication with others and face the fears of saying the wrong thing. She equips you with five essential strategies to handle complex and diverse situations and important language to create connection under pressure.
- Positive insights into the WHY’S behind the WHAT NOT TO SAY.
- How to create a healthy space for curiosity around diversity.
- Valuable tools to investigate other cultures without offending.
- Simple language to diffuse difficult situations.
Recruiting for Success
Julie Caspar, HR Hotline Associates
Has it been challenging to fill your jobs? And after new employees are hired, do they tend to work out? Are they still there at 12 months? 24 months?
Our workshop, based upon the book 7 Steps to Increasing Your Hiring Success Ratio will provide you with information to help you think differently about certain aspects of recruitment and selection; introducing approaches, tools and practices that will help you increase the probability of hiring right the first time.
Some of the covered topics include: defining roles, shifting competencies to critical success factors, creative job marketing, the PR aspects of recruitment & the candidate experience, the assemblage of optimal interview teams, conducting effective interviews, evaluating candidates applying consistent tools & approaches, developing a strategy and MORE …
Employment Law Update
Jo Ellen Whitney, Davis Law Firm
Learn more about current legal issues in employment law – sexual harassment, leave, wage and hour, mental health, and more. This session will cover topics that have been in the court over that last year that may affect your bank.