Did you miss a live webinar? HRMAC is now offering On Demand recordings of our webinar programs, complimentary for members and only $39 for non-members. Choose from the list of topics below and click on the 'buy now' button to purchase and download. Instructions will be sent via email upon purchasing the recording. Webinar recordings are available for a year after the original broadcast.
All HRMAC webinars are approved for 1 credit hour toward aPHR/PHR/SPHR/GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute and 1 professional development credit toward SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP certification.
Optimizing your Total Rewards Spend in Turbulent Times
Speakers: Lori Wisper, Managing Director and Julie Ann Merkel, Director, Willis Towers Watson
During 2020, some organizations have been faced with growth at a pace they could never have predicted. Other organizations have been faced with a moderate or severe slump in demand that continues to call for quick decision making and, in some cases, extreme cost containment measures. In whatever scenario you find your business, it is critical to balance the actions necessary due to immediate economic conditions with your organization’s long-term vision for sustainably attracting and engaging talent. Join us to discuss how to evaluate your Total Rewards package considering both long-term and short-term goals and impact on employee experience. We will also discuss creative changes to the Total Rewards package due to the pandemic.
- Evaluate strategies for your organizations total rewards package
- Learn how long-term and short-term goals impact your employees
- Explore creative changes to your organization’s total rewards package due to the current environment
Don't Feed the Trolls: Trolling and Online Harassment in Times of COVID-19
Speakers: Heather Imrie, M. ED., Director of Program Development and Efficacy, Catharsis Productions; Gail Stern, Ph.D Founder and Chief Visionary Officer, Catharsis Productions
Online trolling and harassment are not new to our society but in these stressful times more prevalent in our lives than ever. With the stress of being at home, worried about health, friends and family and employment social media is an outlet for boredom, comfort, connection, fear and even anger. But beyond the adage "don't feed the trolls" what is the most effective way to deal with bias speech and other harmful comments on our social media pages? This training will review research on trolling and other online harassment, what it is, why folks do it and what are the most effective ways to protect your pages and respond.
During this webinar attendees will learn:
- What trolling is and why people do it
- Where the toxic messaging in many troll scripts comes from
- Best practices for responding to trolls
- Best practices for policies regarding trolls on your pages
- Examples of how to handle trolling on your pages
How Well is Your Wellbeing Investment?
March 11, 2020
Sponsored by: Willis Towers Watson
Speakers: Kara Speer, MPH, Director, Health Management, Willis Towers Watson & Robin Khan, Director, Health and Benefits, Willis Towers Watson
This webinar will introduce you to a new framework for thinking about employee wellbeing beyond the standard wellness apps. Kara Speer and Robin Kahn from Willis Towers Watson will share insights and best practices from large employers around the world and highlight how employers of all sizes can evaluate their current investments in employee wellbeing and prioritize their efforts to drive the highest level of engagement and optimal results for the organization. Attendees will learn why an integrated approach to employee wellbeing is a sound investment in their workforce and how to leverage a new diagnostic tool to help them assess their current employee wellbeing efforts and impact.
- Understand why an integrated approach to employee wellbeing is a sound investment
- Strategies for a new framework of thinking about employee wellbeing
- Highlight ways to evaluate current wellbeing investments to drive employee engagement
Ready or Not, Organizations Need to Transform. Are You Ready?
Learn Four Ways to Drive Successful Transformation.
April 22, 2019
Sponsored by: Lee Hecht Harrison
We’re experiencing a period of unprecedented change and disruption. But incremental change is no longer enough to succeed. Your organization needs to transform. Is your organization ready?
Join our webinar and learn what organizations are doing to drive successful transformation, including bridging the gap between strategy and implementation, achieving individual commitment aligned to organizational objectives and quickly changing the mindset and capabilities of their workforce.
By the end of the session, you’ll come away with a clear sense of not only what it means to transform, but how to get there.
Join Lee Hecht Harrison’s Michelle Moore in a discussion on this timely and relevant topic. You’ll:
- Learn why it’s important to understand the difference between change and transformation.
- Hear about the challenges other organizations are facing to transform.
- Identify the skills and behaviors your people need to achieve a successful transformation.
- Learn enablers for accelerating transformation results and HR’s role in achieving success.
How to Sustain Competitive Advantage with Vertical Development—Talent and Competencies Are Not Enough
March 13, 2019
Sponsored by: Center for Creative Leadership
To create truly sustainable competitive advantage, organizations must integrate vertical development into existing selection processes and skills training. Vertical development involves a focus on preparing leaders for challenges they will encounter in today’s increasingly volatile, complex, and ambiguous environment where information and situations are fluid and unpredictable.
It’s more important than ever to hire talented people and match them to the right roles. However, even the best talent in the right roles won’t produce consistent competitive advantage unless leaders continue to develop and grow. Creating a sustainable competitive advantage requires going beyond identifying the best leaders (selection) and providing ongoing training (horizontal development). Competitive advantage requires abilities to think in different ways and function within interdependent systems to meet the needs of the enterprise in a constantly changing and highly competitive global environment.
- Stosh D. Walsh , Leadership Solutions Facilitator - Global Markets
Webinar participants will learn to:
- Differentiate between horizontal and vertical development,
- Understand how leadership selection combined with developing new ways of thinking and reacting can affect business outcomes, and
- Generate ideas for vertical development that can be applied in their organizations.
Mapping the New Total Rewards Journey: Rethinking the Value Proposition for an Evolving Workforce
February 28, 2019
Sponsored by: Willis Towers Watson
As the war for talent in today’s tightening labor market intensifies, many U.S. employers are taking steps to modernize their Total Rewards programs. Willis Towers Watson has learned from our research that Total Rewards programs are crucial to an employer’s ability to compete for talented employees in today’s digitally disrupted workplace. Many employers’ Total Rewards initiatives have not kept pace with the new world of work environment; therefore, employers are now recognizing the need to modernize these programs and make enhancements in order to deliver the most value to their employees.
During this webinar, learn breakthrough approaches to Total Rewards and what leading organizations are doing differently to stay ahead of competitors. Attendees will also gain a better understanding of what employees and prospects value.
- Rachael McCann, Senior Director, Health & Benefits
- Mariann Madden, Director, Rewards
Who, Why, How and ROI: The Real Risks in International Assignments
February 6, 2019
Get ahead in the war on talent by learning how to determine who is best suited for an individual going abroad for an international assignment. Organizations often focus on taxes, compensation and visas, but there is more to consider — what does the future hold for that individual following the assignment?
- Isabell Polotzek, Global Mobility Consultant at Allianz
- Betsy Ortolano, Global Mobility Policy Manager at Accenture
- Stephen T. Cogswell, Marketing and Supply Chain Executive at McDonald's Corporation
- Tom Bruhn, Vice President, Client Services
Be TalentWise - Developing Your Leaders to be Strategic Talent Leaders
December 12, 2018
Sponsored by: WinningWise
Learn a fresh and new approach to grow your leaders into better “Talent Leaders” by helping them be more strategic in how they grow, engage and talk to their people.
In this webinar, we will showcase both the mindset and skill set needed to become a strong talent leader. We will also share tools, frameworks and our approach that will enable your leaders to better engage with and grow their talent providing for stronger performance, engagement and retention.
Strategic Talent Conversations – Boost Performance, Engagement and Leadership
- Better understand individual needs and how to balance and meet those needs
- Drive growth and development by enabling action with our flagship Winning Action Strategies™
- Drive better, stronger, frequent conversations with your people
Robyn Clark, Co-Founder and Managing Director of SuccessWise Consulting, is a sought-out speaker/facilitator on leadership subjects and has 25+ years of experience in executive leadership and team development, change and transformation consulting, talent management, and executive coaching. Through her deep subject matter expertise, she aims to help others drive new outcomes by strengthening their insight and awareness and developing real action plans that propel new behaviors and achieve new results—ultimately shaping more successful companies and communities. Prior to SuccessWise Consulting, Robyn has founded and led two Executive and Leadership Development consulting organizations and she has worked in internal Talent Management roles.
Cultivating High EQ Leaders
September 26, 2018
Sponsored by: Advanced Resources
Discover how self-awareness can lead to better relationships at work, ultimately leaving you with the skills needed to elevate your own level of emotional intelligence and how to use these skills to build a high EQ culture.
Karrie Chitwood, Director, HR Consulting Services at Advanced Resources LLC, will define emotional intelligence. Help your team enhance their own EQ by gathering for this lunch and learn session, where Karrie will provide you with the strategies and behaviors you need.