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The Coronavirus (COVID-19) has impacted our lives and how we work. Access to important information is vital now. And now more than ever, keeping up with your certification is critical. Now through June 1, 2020, DallasHR invites any local HR practitioner to register for temporary access to resources typically available only to our members. Access five complimentary webinars from our Online Learning Center to jump start your re-certification efforts. 

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  • Engagement and Motivation: The Byproducts of Organizational Culture

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/28/2019

    According to Gallup, only one in three employees worldwide strongly agrees with the statement "The mission or purpose of my organization makes me feel my job is important.". We know employees who answer yes to this question are more engaged and we know employee engagement impacts performance. But the organizational landscape is cluttered with failed employee engagement initiatives. Why? Because the focus is wrong. Engagement and motivation are simply byproducts of your organization’s culture. The only way to impact your employees is through culture change. In this interactive session we will explore the three drivers of culture: experiences, beliefs and behaviors. Participants will discover how managers and leaders at all levels can impact these drivers to effect culture change. We will review a six-step road map for creating a high-performance culture that can be implemented by leaders at all levels of the organization. Learning Objectives: Explore the relationship between engagement, motivation and culture; Understand the three drivers of culture and how leaders impact those drivers; Learn the six-step process for effecting culture change.

  • Building a Conscious Culture

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/28/2019

    There is significant evidence that engagement and culture impact organizational performance, attraction, retention and simply, joy at work. Participants will better understand intentional and unintentional practices that create a culture and receive clear guidance of actionable steps to further build your own unique, intentional culture. This session will provide practical examples, allow for participants to work in small groups to encourage discussion, and you’ll receive information you can take back to your organization to help guide the implementation of a conscious culture. Specific examples of application include creating a vision and mission statement, choosing unique and relevant organizational values, tips on choosing the best culture survey, examples of applicable culture-based manager training, examples of HR systems that must support company culture and the importance of an employment brand that shares the culture with the public. Learning Objectives: Define company culture and understand the key elements of culture that can be influenced; Assess your company’s culture and determine areas of improvement; Ensure HR systems support the intended culture by rewarding and recognizing defined behaviors.

  • Be Cool Without Getting Burned: Staying Compliant in a Changing Workplace

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/28/2019

    In today's workplace and with today's workforce, employers often try to be the "cool" employer to attract and retain top-notch talent, including the younger workforce. This means games in the workplace, casual attire, flexible work arrangements, digital presence employees, social media and more. With these efforts comes an increased fear of liability and non-compliance with applicable employment laws. How can employers provide these benefits and be the "cool" employer without getting burned by administrative charges, audits and lawsuits? Believe it or not, it can be done! It just takes proper planning and a strong familiarity with the employment laws at play. Learning Objectives: Stay legally compliant when providing enhancements to your company culture; Learn which handbook policies should be updated or amended to reflect the changing workplace; Understand misconceptions surrounding company culture and staying legally compliant.

  • Proceed With Caution: Artificial Intelligence Ahead!

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/27/2019

    There is lots of buzz about Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its impact on the HR field. The presentation will not only define AI and provide examples of how various AI programs and solutions are being used by HR professionals, but also and discuss legal problems that have arisen due to such use and how to avoid such problems minimize liability and bad PR in the future. Learning Objectives: Define what AI really is and is not; Understand how various AI solutions and programs are used by HR professionals globally; Discuss emerging risk and legal challenges that come along with using AI in the workplace.

  • Building Truly Accountable Teams: The Journey From Mediocre to Exceptional

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/14/2018

    In today’s business world, teams are the engines that drive business and the catalysts for transformation. Industry-leading research from Lee Hecht Harrison confirms that 92 percent of companies acknowledge that teams are critical to their success. Unfortunately, the same research reveals that only 23 percent of those companies consider their teams effective or accountable. The reality is that most teams are mediocre — not bad, but certainly not exceptional. In this session, the path from mediocre to great is revealed. It’s a journey that will help your teams function with greater focus and commitment. In this session, we will shatter myths and reveal new insights into the fundamental building blocks that allow exceptional teams to consistently exceed expectations and goals. By In today’s business world, teams are the engines that drive business and the catalysts for transformation. Industry-leading research from Lee Hecht Harrison confirms that 92 percent of companies acknowledge that teams are critical to their success. Unfortunately, the same research reveals that only 23 percent of those companies consider their teams effective or accountable. The reality is that most teams are mediocre — not bad, but certainly not exceptional. In this session, the path from mediocre to great is revealed. It’s a journey that will help your teams function with greater focus and commitment. In this session, we will shatter myths and reveal new insights into the fundamental building blocks that allow exceptional teams to consistently exceed expectations and goals. By the end of the session, you’ll come away with a clear sense of not only what it means to be an accountable team, but how to get there.the end of the session, you’ll come away with a clear sense of not only what it means to be an accountable team, but how to get there.