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Succession Management That Delivers Results: Simple, Relevant, Agile

HR professionals and companies as a whole must link the succession process to business priorities and take into account macro trends such as the velocity of change and increased regulatory pressure.

Report | 13 pages | February 2016 | The Conference Board, Inc.

New Hires On Board: Creating a World-Class Onboarding Program

In an age of remote work and global organizations, onboarding is becoming an increasingly important tool for employee engagement. In some organizations though, as much as 90% of onboarding content is delivered so early that the new hire hardly has the context required to understand and internalize it in a meaningful way. So how can onboarding programs be designed to have more impact?

Using insight into key opportunity areas, along with proper design and enabling infrastructure, your organization could have a world-class onboarding system, increasing new hire productivity while decreasing costs and/or employee turnover.

During this webinar, co-leaders of Kaiser Associates’ Organization Development consulting practice and co-author of Successful Onboarding will share and discuss Kaiser’s Onboarding Margin TM framework for driving onboarding excellence. Participants will come away from this session with a framework for understanding and integrating the components of World-Class onboarding, as well as the opportunity to self-assess their organization’s onboarding program maturity against the 5 stages of Kaiser’s Onboarding Maturity Model.

Recorded Webinar | January 2016 | The Conference Board of Canada

Dealing with Workplace Stress—Proven Strategies for Employee Well-Being

Supporting employee physical and mental health is becoming a top priority for Canadian organizations. As more research and work is done to determine how to keep employees healthy, one particular pain point comes up time and time again: Stress. Workplace stress has a major impact on employee wellness, not just in Canada, but in peer countries such as the UK as well. So what can be done to combat workplace stress and how can we support employees who are overloaded?

To help Canadian employers better address workplace stress, we are pleased to present this special webinar with Professor Sir Cary Cooper, The 50th Anniversary Professor of Organizational Psychology and Health at the Alliance Manchester Business School from the University of Manchester, UK.

Maintenance of Certification
Attendance at this program entitles certified Canadian College of Health Leaders members (CHE / Fellow) to .5 Category II credits towards their maintenance of certification requirement.

Recorded Webinar | January 2016 | The Conference Board of Canada

Strategic Succession Planning: Looking to and Leveraging the Talent Market

The long-term success of organizations requires continuity in top management. But graceful transitions in leadership don’t happen by accident. Good succession planning takes time, effort and resources. And when seeking external candidates, the involvement of an executive search firm can only help in the process. Strong succession planning ensures continuity and long-term success.

In this special webinar, Richard Wajs, President and CEO of TWC International Executive Search Limited, will talk about the keys to ensure a successful succession process when approaching the external talent market. Find out why it is critical to plan, then plan again, then plan some more—the ingredients for success. Engaging an executive search firm helps to identify external successors and provide a constant scan of the market. In this webinar, Strategic Succession Planning: Looking to and Leveraging the Talent Market, Richard will share his thoughts on viewing succession planning as an opportunity to shift direction and change corporate culture, as required. By working closely with an executive search firm that understands your business and corporate culture, you can better develop the candidate identification, assessment and recruitment processes. It is important to clearly define the needs and requirements of the role.

Maintenance of Certification
Attendance at this program entitles certified Canadian College of Health Leaders members (CHE / Fellow) to .5 Category II credits towards their maintenance of certification requirement.

Recorded Webinar | January 2016 | The Conference Board of Canada

The Conference Board CEO Challenge 2016: CHRO/CLO/CTO Strategic Implications

Human resource leaders have their work cut out for them as labor shortages unprecedented in our lifetime have descended upon the business landscape. Here results to our annual CEO Challenge survey show CEOs’ most pressing concerns and, more importantly, their strategies for mitigating the challenges organizations face today.

Report | 8 pages | January 2016 | The Conference Board, Inc.

Learning and Development Outlook Webinar—Learning as a Lever for Performance

A strong learning culture is not only vital for the health of individual organizations, it’s essential for the health of industry or business overall. It’s the key to unlocking how we get from where we are today to where we want to go. The costly irony is that most organizations cut back on learning and development during challenging times – which is perhaps when they need it the most.

The Conference Board of Canada will soon release the 13th edition of the Learning and Development Outlook: Strong Learning Organizations, Stronger Leadership. This popular report summarizes the results of a biennial survey of Canadian organizations on their approaches to learning and development (L&D). It identifies several key drivers that can encourage a more robust learning environment.

This 60-minute session will dive deep into the survey results of the report and explore the state of L&D in Canadian organizations today.

Recorded Webinar | January 2016 | Donna Burnett Vachon | The Conference Board of Canada

Better Together: Why a United Front Can Propel Diversity and Inclusion and Corporate Philanthropy in the United States

Now more than ever, the diversity and inclusion and corporate philanthropy functions should work together to deliver value to the business and to society.

Report | 18 pages | January 2016 | The Conference Board, Inc.

The Leadership Outlook: Leadership Driving Organizational Performance

This report takes a deep look into leadership behaviour, practices, and strategies in Canadian organizations to provide a greater understanding of organizational leadership performance, leadership behaviour, and their impact on an organization.

Report | 125 pages | January 2016 | Colin Hall, Donna Burnett Vachon, Katie O’Brien | The Conference Board of Canada

Perspectives en matière de leadership : le leadership, moteur de la performance des organisations

Ce rapport sonde les comportements, pratiques et stratégies en matière de leadership des organisations canadiennes pour mieux comprendre la performance et le comportement des leaders, et leur impact sur l’organisation. 

Cette publication comprend un résumé en français, suivi d'une version anglaise du rapport intégral.

Résumé | 11 pages | January 2016 | Colin Hall, Donna Burnett Vachon, Katie O’Brien | Le Conference Board du Canada

From Management to Leadership: Team Dynamics in the 21st Century Organization

For 30 years, the name of the game was efficiency; reducing costs, eliminating errors and generally removing risk wherever possible. Management was key—eliminating uncertainty and training employees to execute faster on the status quo. But times have changed. Leaders that thrive in the 21st Century not only embrace new uncertainties, but they also invite their team members into the conversation. As the power of the team increases, the need for managers is diminishing, and rapidly being replaced by a call for more effective leadership.

Since 2007, ActionableBooks.com founder Chris Taylor has been interviewing some of the top thinkers of our time on this pivotal shift from the need for managers to the influence of leaders. Drawing on his work with hundreds of client companies, Chris will share key insights that have led to double-digit growth in organizations that embrace 21st Century team dynamics.

Maintenance of Certification
Attendance at this program entitles certified Canadian College of Health Leaders members (CHE / Fellow) to .5 Category II credits towards their maintenance of certification requirement.

Recorded Webinar | January 2016 | The Conference Board of Canada

The 21st Annual Leadership Development Conference: Developing the Leader of the Future

Times have changed, and so must leadership development. Human resources leaders can make this happen by, for example, creating effective ongoing development programs.

Conference Keynotes | 7 pages | January 2016 | Susan Stewart | The Conference Board, Inc.

The Conference Board Human Capital in Review: Focus on Talent Management (Vol. 5, No. 1, 2015)

This publication explores hot topics within talent management research. In addition to human capital and leadership development trends, this issue includes summaries on attracting and retaining global talent and internally promoting senior leaders.

Report | 13 pages | January 2016 | The Conference Board, Inc.

Open Concept Design of Health and Safety at Morguard: Health and Safety—Views From the Top

This briefing is one of a series, produced by the Conference Board’s Health and Safety Leadership Centre, to promote health and safety in Canadian organizations and build senior leadership engagement.

Case Study | 10 pages | January 2016 | Charles Boyer | The Conference Board of Canada

Perspectives 2016 en matière de relations de travail

Quelles seront les tendances des relations de travail au Canada en 2016? Des experts et des représentants des milieux patronal et syndical se prononcent et indiquent les défis à relever.

Cette publication comprend un résumé en français, suivi d’une version anglaise du rapport intégral.

Report | 63 pages | December 2015 | Katherine Symonds | Le Conference Board du Canada

Industrial Relations Outlook 2016

What trends will affect Canadian labour relations in 2016? Experts and survey respondents from both union and management share their views and identify the top challenges for the year ahead.

Report | 59 pages | December 2015 | Katherine Symonds | The Conference Board of Canada

Macro Trends and the Talent Gap: Aligning HR & Business Leaders

Using insight gathered from discussions with top business leaders and HR leaders, this session will explore macro trends affecting leadership development and succession within organizations.

Recorded Webinar | December 2015 | The Conference Board, Inc.

Learning and Development Outlook, 13th Edition

This report provides L&D leaders and practitioners with data about the current state of learning programs, practices, and expenditures across Canada; and presents an analysis of the current state of learning in organizations.

Report | 121 pages | December 2015 | Simon Cotsman, Colin Hall | The Conference Board of Canada

Perspectives sur l’apprentissage et le perfectionnement — 13e édition

Ce rapport transmet aux responsables et aux professionnels de l’apprentissage et du perfectionnement des données sur l’état actuel des programmes, des pratiques et des dépenses d’apprentissage partout au Canada, en plus de présenter une analyse de l’état actuel de l’apprentissage dans les organisations.

Résumé | 5 pages | December 2015 | Colin Hall, Simon Cotsman | Le Conference Board du Canada

Leading in the Mobile World: How to Successfully Lead from a Distance

An increasingly connected world makes for an increasingly decentralized workforce. And as more people are opting to telecommute, can you be sure that your leaders have the attributes necessary to manage people from a distance? Are the development needs of your employees understood and supported? Have you considered the implications of distributed work (i.e., WORKshift, mobile work, dispersed teams) for HR activities and programs?

We are quickly seeing a shift towards the breakdown of the traditional 9 to 5: a world with unoccupied offices, people working when and where they are most effective, and almost all interaction done through communication devices. This transformation presents a tremendous leadership challenge, and managers must have the capabilities needed to lead employees who are separated by so much more than an office hallway. Can you be sure that your leadership strategies are up to the task?

Recorded Webinar | December 2015 | The Conference Board of Canada

Activons-nous : des interventions en milieu de travail pour lutter contre l’inactivité physique et la sédentarité

L’inactivité physique et le comportement sédentaire sont coûteux sur le plan individuel, mais aussi pour les employeurs et pour la société. Cette note d’information propose aux employeurs des approches organisationnelles pour promouvoir l’activité physique et lutter contre le comportement sédentaire chez les employés.

Résumé | 4 pages | December 2015 | Louise Chenier | Le Conference Board du Canada

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