Upcoming Events & Webinars
March 11-13, 2019 – Oakland Convention Center
Wednesday 11:45 a.m.-1:00 p.m
Speaker: Breanne Woodrow, Director, Solution Consulting, Achievers
Wednesday, March 20, 2019
2:30 pm (EST)
Speaker: Ryan Jenkins, author, Inc. magazine columnist and speaker
Moderator: Jen Colletta, managing editor, Human Resource Executive®
May 6-8, 2019
Oct 1-4, 2019
A particular leadership capability significantly helps attract and keep great talent, and it requires building your retention strategy beyond the first “hello.” Retention starts at the moment of attraction, when candidates make a choice on your appeal to them. They look for clues. The best leaders know this, and they build ways to retain top talent through every touchpoint of the employee lifecycle – from hire to retire! They weave retention strategies through all stages of an employee’s experience and focus on real recognition – the most impactful way to help your employees thrive and stay engaged, for now and for the future.
Attendees of this upcoming webcast will learn:
- Successful ways to implement and build retention strategies
- Where moments of truth exist throughout the employee lifecycle that drive discretionary effort and motivation
- A very practical approach to retention that comes from true stories of success and failure
Researchers report that 52 percent of workers say they’re least likely to get along with someone from another generation. And 62 percent of Generation Z (the generation after Millennials) anticipate challenges working with baby boomers and Generation X.
A multigenerational workforce can create stifling challenges or a boost to the bottom line. In this webinar, author, Ryan Jenkins, author of The Millennial Manual: The Complete How-to Guide to Manage, Develop, and Engage Millennials at Work, will share his expert insights into how leaders and organizations can harness the advantages of a generationally diverse team.
Attendees will gain:
- Insights into the generational gap and why it exists
- An understanding of how Generation Z is different from Millennials
- Strategies that are proven and actionable to engage and recognize the emerging generation
- Perspectives of each generation’s varying views of work, leadership, communication and recognition
- Best-in-class examples of organizations successfully engaging Millennials and Gen Z
- Proven practices for attracting, engaging and recognizing Millennials and Gen Z