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Mapping the Employee Development Journey: A Case Study for Career Pathing

In today’s competitive labour market, attraction, engagement, and retention of talent at all levels of the organization are key to organizational performance and sustainability. A well-designed career pathing program or process can support organizational success through increased loyalty and commitment for employees and the development of an experienced and skilled talent pool to fill future roles. Join Stephanie Burgetz, Senior Research Associate, The Conference Board of Canada, Stephanie Hollingshead, Sierra Systems and Myra Lewis, Export Development Canada (EDC) as they explore how organizations are approaching Career Pathing in different ways, reflecting on their unique industries and the needs of both their employees and the organization.

Recorded Webinar | April 2017 | The Conference Board of Canada

Everyday Conversations: Using Neuroscience to Drive Performance

How many thousands of conversations happen across your organization every day? Are you confident that every interaction is actually moving the business forward? What is the cost of the ones that don’t? Every conversation is an opportunity to impact performance. This webinar will give you the tools to ensure every conversation is productive, fosters greater commitment and garners results. This is an opportunity to learn why well intended conversations often go “off the rails”and how to keep it from happening. Rooted in the latest neuroscience, the Greenline methodology is simple to understand, easy to learn and instantly applicable. One conversation at a time.

Recorded Webinar | April 2017 | The Conference Board of Canada

Informal Learning Trends in Canadian Organizations

The learning landscape of Canadian organizations is changing. For nearly three decades, The Conference Board of Canada has been tracking trends in workplace learning and development in Canada. While formal methods still constitute the majority of organizational learning delivery today, research indicates that informal learning has become increasingly more prevalent in Canadian workplace environments, yet little research is available on the behaviors and practices comprising informal learning Join The Conference Board of Canada’s Donna Burnett Vachon and Colin Hall along with Dr. Saul Carliner, Professor in the Department of Education at Concordia University, and author of several books on training and development including Informal Learning Basics (2012) as they dive deep into the results of the Conference Board’s research.

Recorded Webinar | April 2017 | The Conference Board of Canada

Designing the Future of Diversity and Inclusion: Aspirations and Opportunities

Designing the Future of Diversity and Inclusion: Aspirations and Opportunities

Briefing | 11 pages | April 2017 | The Conference Board, Inc.

Feminine Capital: Unlocking the Power of Women Entrepreneurs

Today, there are over 200,000,000 women business owners around the world. Many of these entrepreneurs are not doing business as usual. Rather, they are tapping into their unique feminine capital to create distinctive brands, build new markets, and drive profits—all while leveling the playing field in business. How does gender influence entrepreneurship and enterprise growth? How are women changing our social and economic landscape? How can Canadian business leaders work with, support, and amplify the power of women’s entrepreneurship? Drawing on four decades of award-winning research, Barbara Orser and Catherine Elliott will present a 60-minute live webinar where they will address these questions and discuss the nature of women’s enterprise, feminine capital and ‘being entrepreneurial’.

Recorded Webinar | March 2017 | The Conference Board of Canada

DNA of Engagement: How Organizations Can Foster Employee Ownership of Engagement

We are in an employee engagement crisis. This report explains how everyone in the organization, including employees, can play a role in creating an engaged workforce. Includes case studies.

Report | 80 pages | March 2017 | The Conference Board, Inc.

22 Truths about Performance Management: Insights from the Performance Management Summit

Companies are revamping their performance management systems to reflect a modern-day workforce and agile way of working. This requires a culture change, which can be challenging.

Conference Key Notes | 15 pages | March 2017 | The Conference Board, Inc.

A Systems Perspective on High Performance Teamwork in Organizations

In the changing business landscape, teams have the potential to revolutionize how work is accomplished. Research and practice point to a number of factors that impact team performance that can be understood through a systems approach. Tom O’Neill, a leading researcher in team effectiveness, will share the current trends in organizational teamwork, focusing on the increasing necessity of collaboration, innovation and the changing environment that teams are working in. Taking a systemic approach, Tom will then walk us through the varying factors that impact team effectiveness focusing on organizational environment, team design, team dynamics, the role of leadership, and individual members. Leveraging both classic and emerging research, as well as industry trends, Tom will provide insights for navigating the new team landscape.

Recorded Webinar | March 2017 | The Conference Board of Canada

Digital Transformation – What is it and what does it mean for Human Capital?

Today’s leaders, both in the public and private sector, are facing the biggest technology transition we have ever witnessed. The digital era is causing a significant shift, not only in how organizations achieve business outcomes, but also the environment in which organizations must now operate. With the availability of real time information and smart technologies, agility, flexibility, and managing transitions are critical for competitiveness. This disruption means that organizations must be cognizant, now more than ever, how they leverage, manage and prepare their people to navigate the future of the workplace. Mary Young, lead investigator for The Conference Board US’s strategic workforce planning research, will elaborate the impact of digital transformation on both business and people strategies. Mary will walk us through the full extent of what digital transformation encompasses. She will share the results from her latest research, exploring the current state of digital transformation. Mary will present a model of the ripple effect of digital transformation on business and human capital to help organizations and leaders understand the key human capital considerations that must be addressed as a result of digital transformation.

Recorded Webinar | March 2017 | Mary Young | The Conference Board of Canada

DNA of Engagement: CHRO Business Implications

This report explains the role of individual employees in managing their engagement and provides strategies CHROs can implement to foster employee ownership of engagement throughout the talent management life cycle including: acquisition/onboarding, career development, training, performance/recognition, and retention.

Report | 8 pages | March 2017 | The Conference Board, Inc.

The Industrial Relations Outlook Webinar: Where Are We Headed in 2017?

What are the trends that will affect Canadian labour relations in 2017? What are the hot button issues for negotiating parties? How will the Canadian economic climate affect compensation and collective bargaining? Join us for the 60-minute live webinar on the 2017 Industrial Relations Outlook. Matthew Stewart, Associate Director, National Forecast and Custom Analysis, and Monica Haberl, Research Associate, Leadership and Human Resources Research, will share the details on the bargaining outlook, state of unions, economic outlook, and the compensation outlook for the coming year. You’ll gain insight into the top issues facing employers and unions today, and how the economic and compensation landscapes will play a role. This is an opportunity to ask the tough questions as you prepare for what 2017 holds.

Recorded Webinar | March 2017 | Monica Haberl, Matthew Stewart | The Conference Board of Canada

The Conference Board Human Capital in Review™: Future of Work (Vol. 1, No. 1, 2017)

This series focuses on the Future of Work and how technology is transforming every aspect of work—and in the process, opening a Pandora’s box of complex issues for today’s human capital practitioners.

Report | 15 pages | March 2017 | The Conference Board, Inc.

Benchmarking Talent Management Practices in Canadian Organizations: Webinar on HR Trends and Metrics

Over the past ten years, The Conference Board of Canada has conducted four rounds of the HR Trends and Metrics Surveys with Canadian organizations. This year's report provides up-to-date metrics on a wide range of current HR practices, and looks back at some long-term trends we have observed in HR priorities and human capital challenges over the past decade.

Recorded Webinar | February 2017 | Jane Cooper, Shannon Jackson | The Conference Board of Canada

Medical Marijuana in the Workplace: Managing Challenges without Going up in Smoke

Marijuana is steadily becoming more commonplace in Canada. Societal views are evolving and the use of marijuana is less stigmatized, while at the same time, marijuana is now used for medicinal purposes. And while medical marijuana can be a relief for a number of health conditions, the accommodation of medical marijuana is emerging as a prevalent issue facing Canadian workplaces. What kinds of accommodations are needed for employees in need of medical marijuana? What are the legal requirements of your organization? Join Stuart Rudner, a leading Employment Lawyer and a Partner at Rudner MacDonald LLP, as he discusses some of the challenges associated with accommodating medical marijuana in the workplace. Stuart will address the distinct issues employers may encounter, including the duty to accommodate, the relevance of safety concerns and other bona fide occupational requirements, the use of policies, and how to address potential abuse. The prescribed use of medical marijuana will only increase over the next few years, so join us for this session to ensure your organization is prepared, and ready to accommodate.

Recorded Webinar | February 2017 | The Conference Board of Canada

24 Truths about Organizational Design: Insights from the 12th Annual Organization Design and Diagnostics Conference

We live in a world of continual disruption. Companies that restructure so they can be agile and flexible will be the most successful at dealing with the unknown.

Conference KeyNotes | 18 pages | February 2017 | The Conference Board, Inc.

CEO Challenge 2017: Meeting the Human Capital Challenge

The human capital challenge for businesses in 2017 is about culture and talent. In a year of disruption, CEO respondents to our annual survey emphasize the need for strong organizational cultures that foster inclusiveness.

Briefing | 28 pages | February 2017 | The Conference Board, Inc.

Evidence-Informed Best Practices in Absence and Disability Management for the Public Sector

Workplaces across Canada are looking towards developing programming to support the health and well-being of their employees but often struggle to identify best practices. Join Dr. Tyler Amell for a 60-minute webinar that is designed to help employers digest the scientific evidence behind absence and disability management in a meaningful way. Dr. Amell will explore published, scientific evidence on absence and disability in the workplace, including the spectrum from the well-being of employees who are healthy and productive to supporting employees recovering their health.

Recorded Webinar | February 2017 | The Conference Board of Canada

CEO Challenge 2017: Meeting the Operational Excellence Challenge

The operational excellence challenge for 2017: prepare for global uncertainties. That means cost controls and a culture of excellence that lifts employees and builds agility, say CEOs in our annual survey.

Briefing | 25 pages | February 2017 | The Conference Board, Inc.

Étude comparative de la gestion des talents : Tendances et paramètres en matière de ressources humaines, 4e édition

Les réponses fournies par 150 participants à une enquête de 2016 ont servi à calculer des paramètres et à cerner des tendances sur les pratiques de gestion des talents au Canada. Ce rapport fournira aux responsables des RH des renseignements qui éclaireront la planification opérationnelle et stratégique des RH. Cette publication comprend un résumé en français, suivi d'une version anglaise du rapport intégral.

Briefing | 6 pages | February 2017 | Jane Cooper, Shannon Jackson | Le Conference Board du Canada

Talent Management Benchmarking: Human Resources Trends and Metrics, Fourth Edition

2016 survey data from 150 respondents was used to calculate benchmark metrics and identify trends related to talent management practices in Canada. This report will help HR professionals by providing insights to support business and HR strategic planning.

Report | 124 pages | February 2017 | Jane Cooper, Shannon Jackson | The Conference Board of Canada

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