Dr. B. Lynn Ware CEO and President, Integral Talent Systems, Inc.
She is an Industrial/Organizational Psychologist and thought leader who has practiced for over thirty years in the talent management field. She has designed, developed and implemented career development systems in partnership with several Best Place to Work organizations such as Google and Scripps Medical Center.
Dr. Ware's mission is on how to leverage the company's investment in talent to generate stronger financial outcomes. Dr. Ware has experience designing, implementing and measuring a wide variety of integrated talent management solutions in the consumer products, energy, financial services, health care, technology, manufacturing and retail industries. She is frequently quoted on trends in talent management in numerous publications such as the Associated Press, San Francisco Chronicle, Harvard Business Review, and Computer World magazine, and has been featured several times on CNN as a global talent management expert.
This webinar will help you gain insight into how to build an employment brand that appeals to the Millennial workforce and boosts the quality of applicants you receive, especially for hard-to-find tech talent. In addition, you will hear research that describes what Millennials want in their employee work experience. In this practical and interactive program you'll learn how to manage your recruiting process to attract millennial applicants over the competition, how to develop them and to retain them longer than average.
This webinar will cover how to streamline your survey process: how to make sure you are asking the right questions, survey items that are most correlated with engagement, how to define and measure engagement so that it is tied to the business results, how to internally market your survey for 85%-95% participation rates, and how to get guaranteed follow-through from all levels of management on survey data action plans.
Your company's support for career development drives employee attraction, engagement, and retention - not to mention making sure that the right people are in the right place at the right time. Yet many organizations assume career development will take care of itself and end up paying the price.
Several recent studies from organizations such as Center for Creative Leadership and Lominger have identified that many corporations have leaders and employees who do not possess the competencies needed for organizational success. Would you get on an airplane being flown by a pilot who has not been adequately trained and tested? Shareholders take the same risk when investing in an organization whose leaders and talent have not been properly vetted.
Tired of hearing about the financial benefits of high employee engagement, but don't know how to communicate results to your executive team?
The slow progress of the current economic rebound presents organizations with a particular challenge for engaging and retaining talented employees. As business confidence lags due to choppy economic indicators, employees experience the ongoing stress of generating productivity gains without getting additional help and resources. This type of workplace stress can eventually cause even the most loyal workers to become disengaged.