Results for Events : Webinars - TURF Series

This series of webinars are a part of the HR Conference Cruise "Turf" series and registration is included in the HR Conference Cruise registration. 

Not attending the HR Conference Cruise? Please consider registering for our webinar series and with a line up of great speakers!

12 Apr 2023

2023 - April 12 - HR CRUISE WEBINAR - Julie Doyle

Date: Wednesday, April 12, 2023
Time: 12:15 PM to 01:15 PM


NOTE: ALL ARE WELCOME! If you are going on the HR Conference Cruise scheduled for May 13-18, 2023, you do not need to register for this webinar.

WEBINAR: "Navigating the Rising Tide – Business Model Evolution & Its Impact on Talent Management"

Join us on WEDNESDAY April 12, 2023 from 12:15pm - 1:15pm (ET) for a webinar with speaker Julie Doyle.

This program was submitted or 1.0 for both SHRM Professional Development Credits (PDC) and BUSINESS recertification credits from HRCI.

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Webinar Description:

IThe pandemic brought significant disruption to our world. We have faced global crisis before, the most recent, the financial crisis of 2008, where economies rapidly went into recession and unemployment reached new highs. However, hope appeared quickly as we saw great advances in technology, - mobile connectivity, wearable devices, and the rise of the electric car. Organizations began to focus on ways to transform their business models by harnessing digital advances to improve productivity and build diverse organizations as multiple generations worked together.

Despite great economic progress, critical problems still prevail, and the COVID-19 pandemic has magnified these issues. We must find ways to keep aligning individual and organizational needs in this changing environment. We have an opportunity to fully harness the power that a dynamic workforce provides to build genuinely inclusive, healthy productive and sustainable organizations. The stage is set. We, as HR professionals and business leaders, have critical roles to play in anticipating the needs that new business models will require. We have a role to play in building organizations and driving transformations which truly enable people and businesses to thrive. In this session we will discuss the crucial factors to consider as we respond to these new business models.
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20 Apr 2023

2023 - April 20 - HR CRUISE WEBINAR - Jill Kopanis

Date: Thursday, April 20, 2023
Time: 12:15 PM to 01:15 PM


NOTE: ALL ARE WELCOME! If you are going on the HR Conference Cruise scheduled for May 13-18, 2023, you do not need to register for this webinar.

WEBINAR: "CULTURE MAY EAT STRATEGY FOR LUNCH, BUT WHAT ABOUT DESSERT? The Yummy Side of Employee Accountability"

Join us on Thursday, April 20, 2023 from 12:15pm - 1:15pm (ET) for a webinar with speaker Jill Kopanis.

This program was submitted or 1.0 for both SHRM Professional Development Credits (PDC) and BUSINESS recertification credits from HRCI.

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Webinar Description:

Culture is important, Strategy is important, Lunch is important, but it is dessert that keeps everyone at the table!!! You only have to get on a Southwest flight to anywhere or buy shoes from Zappos to begin to understand. The key to a winning company culture isn’t the perks, it is the people. We have come full circle from the self-managed teams of the 80’s to the buzzword of 2010 - Employee Engagement. Leadership is finally recognizing that a culture of Accountability and Empowerment is truly driving success in our companies today.
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27 Apr 2023

2023 - April 27 - HR CRUISE WEBINAR - Matt Kutz

Date: Thursday, April 27, 2023
Time: 12:15 PM to 01:15 PM


NOTE: ALL ARE WELCOME! If you are going on the HR Conference Cruise scheduled for May 13-18, 2023, you do not need to register for this webinar.

WEBINAR: "Navigating Complex and Uncertain Workplaces Using 3D Thinking "

Join us on Thursday, April 27, 2023 from 12:15pm - 1:15pm (ET) for a webinar with speaker Matt Kutz.

This program was submitted or 1.0 for both SHRM Professional Development Credits (PDC) and recertification credits from HRCI.

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Webinar Description:

Contextual Intelligence introduces a unique three-dimensional (3D) thinking model of integrating hindsight, insight, and foresight, which helps to be better prepared for complexity and volatility. The world is experiencing an unprecedented pace of change requiring what renowned microbiologist Louis Pasteur called a "prepared mind." Being prepared to lead in today's world means we all must embrace thinking differently about leadership. This workshop is designed to help participants think holistically about their experiences and biases and describes how context (in all its facets) is a major determinant of leadership behaviors and expectations. Too often leadership becomes a passive process based on outdated models or irrelevant experience. The goal of this workshop is to help participants understand leadership from the perspective of a context-rich and fluid environment, and offers a framework to understand and organize the various complexities and speed at which information is evaluated.

04 May 2023

2023 - May 4 - HR CRUISE WEBINAR - Michael Levin

Date: Thursday, May 4, 2023
Time: 12:15 PM to 01:15 PM


NOTE: ALL ARE WELCOME! If you are going on the HR Conference Cruise scheduled for May 13-18, 2023, you do not need to register for this webinar.

WEBINAR: "Creating an Entrepreneurial Workplace®: Breaking the Archaic Rules of Autocratic Leadership "

Join us on Thursday, May 4, 2023 from 12:15pm - 1:15pm (ET) for a webinar with speaker Michael Levin.

This program was submitted or 1.0 for both SHRM Professional Development Credits (PDC) and recertification credits from HRCI.

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Webinar Description:

In Michael’s webinar, as a precursor to his keynote, he will share some of the rules and processes that are traditions of top-down autocratic leadership that he believes should change. He will share what they are and what he has found to be better solutions in his experience as an Entrepreneur, Consultant, Keynote Speaker and Fortune 100 Senior Executive. Some of the topics he will cover include:

  • Performance Appraisals: He believes there is a better solution than traditional performance appraisals that leads to far higher performance, motivation and retention.
  • Developing and Training First Time Managers: When do we train our Managers? The answer Michael gets most often is “Never” and at best “After they are promoted”. He will take you through his 10 Steps to Developing and On-Boarding First Time Managers that helps ensure you promote the right people and prepares them to be successful in their new role.
  • How creating Entrepreneurism, even in the most structured environments, drives better ideas, solutions and high performing teams.