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Improving Decision Making: The Power of a Growth Mindset

As leaders and decision makers we are inundated with information and data daily, and we must make sense of this information to support evidence-based strategic decisions. Our mindset impacts how we approach all our life circumstances, including how we make decisions. An understanding of the factors that impact our mindset - how we think and make decisions can better equip us to better handle the challenges of leading in times of uncertainty an change.

During this session, Dr. Carlos Davidovich will help us understand the factors that impact our mindset, how we think and make decisions based on neuroscience and the concept of growth mindset. A growth mindset can help us regain a sense control even during times of during times of chaos. There are different pathways in our brain regarding on how to deal with our daily challenges and decisions. We need to be aware on which one we are relying in our working life. One will lead us to success, the other one will pull us back. A fixed mindset represents a barrier to our actions meanwhile a growth mindset is a bridge to move forward and progress.

Recorded Webinar | December 2017 | The Conference Board of Canada

Building a Case—An Introduction to Evidence-Based Management (EBM)

Explore the Canadian perspective on the benefits of moving to an evidence-based approach to decision making in management.

This presentation looks at the theory and practice of using evidence, including HR metrics, to ensure that organizations make decisions that are most likely to support their businesses’ strategies. In this webinar our presenters will focus on the experience of Canadian organizations in the public and private sectors. This webinar is the first in a series of three that will discuss the Canadian perspective of using the EBM approach.

By participating in this webinar you will:

  • Learn the definition and history of evidence-based management EBM.
  • Understand how EBM can improve decision-making in your organization.
  • Compare the experience of your organization, with other Canadian organizations that are moving along the continuum towards a more evidence-based approach to decision making.
  • Learn about how you can help your organization make more effective choices by incorporating evidence into all decision-making, in HR, and in other areas of management.

Part 2: Begin Where You Are—Evidence-Based Management (EBM) in Canada Today

Part 3: Building a Case With HR Data—Evidence-Based Management (EBM) in Practice

Recorded Webinar | December 2017 | The Conference Board of Canada

30 Truths about Talent Acquisition: Insights from the 4th Annual Talent Acquisition Conference

Do you have an employer brand? How good is your candidate experience? Are your business and acquisition strategies aligned? As your talent needs heat up, how you answer these questions will become paramount.

Conference KeyNotes | 16 pages | December 2017 | The Conference Board, Inc.

Initiatives de mieux-être : tendances en matière de gestion de la santé organisationnelle

S’appuyant essentiellement sur un sondage auprès d’employeurs canadiens mené en 2016 par le Conference Board du Canada, ce rapport décrit comment les divers aspects d’un milieu de travail sain ont évolué au fil du temps et se penche sur les investissements effectués par les employeurs dans des initiatives de promotion de la santé et du mieux-être des employés.

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

Rapport | 62 pages | November 2017 | Le Conference Board du Canada

Wellness Initiatives: Trends in Organizational Health Management

Primarily based on a 2016 Conference Board of Canada survey of Canadian employers, this report outlines the evolution of what comprises a healthy workplace and examines investments by employers in employee health promotion and wellness initiatives.

Report | 58 pages | November 2017 | The Conference Board of Canada

25 Truths about Resilience & Well-Being: Insights from the 2017 Resilience & Well-Being Conference

Resilience—the ability to recover quickly from negative events—correlates with personal health and business success. In today’s stressful business environment, resilience tools can prevent burnout and aid focus.

Conference KeyNotes | 14 pages | November 2017 | The Conference Board, Inc.

Getting Ahead of the Pace of Change: The CHRO Perspective

This briefing brings together the predictions and advice of 27 chief human resources officers about the issues that are most likely to dominate the HR agenda in Canadian organizations over the next decade.

Briefing | 44 pages | November 2017 | Jane Cooper, Shannon Jackson | The Conference Board of Canada

Dépasser le rythme du changement : Le point de vue des DRH

Ce compte rendu de recherche réunit les prévisions et conseils de 27 directeurs des ressources humaines sur des questions qui domineront très probablement l’ordre du jour des RH dans les organisations canadiennes dans les 10 prochaines années.

Note de recherche | November 2017 | Jane Cooper, Shannon Jackson | Le Conference Board du Canada

Leaping the Talent Hurdle: How to Accelerate Your Leadership Development Strategy

Across industries and organizations, companies face similar challenges on how to best meet talent needs for their organizations. At our most recent Leadership Development Conference, leadership experts and practitioners discussed research-based trends and pragmatic solutions to develop leaders at all levels. Yet, despite the intense focus and investment, the effectiveness of leadership development has been on the decline – even as its importance has grown.

Webinar | November 2017 | The Conference Board, Inc.

Leveraging Global Talent for Greater Prosperity: Innovative Solutions for Employers and Newcomers

Increasing international competition for talent requires that Canada make effective use of the skills immigrants bring to this country. As employers struggle with the challenge of finding qualified employees to meet immediate and ongoing needs, many are turning to innovative solutions to find, recruit, and retain immigrant talent.

The Immigrant Employment Council of BC (IEC-BC) provides these solutions through partnerships with employers, industry and business associations, and governments. IEC-BC’s resources and programs help businesses of all sizes, and from all sectors, effectively integrate newcomers into the workplace, starting even before they arrive in Canada.

Key initiatives include the FAST Program, which provides a suite of pre-arrival services to prepare newcomers for the world of work in Canada,and JobConnect, a program that gives employers access to a pool of job-ready newcomers seeking employment. IEC-BC’s MentorConnect Program brings together established Canadian professionals and job-ready immigrants for occupation-specific coaching, while its easy-to-use toolkits, tip sheets and webinars offer additional professional-development opportunities to employers.

Patrick MacKenzie, CEO of IEC-BC, shares best practices and solutions that are putting immigrant and refugee talent to work in the Canadian labour market.

Recorded Webinar | November 2017 | The Conference Board of Canada

La rentabilité en tête : Conception et incidence des programmes de mieux-être financier parrainés par l’employeur

Ce rapport dresse un portrait des programmes de bien-être financier dans les organisations canadiennes. Il explore les outils et programmes proposés par les organisations ainsi que les pratiques exemplaires, les difficultés, les résultats des programmes et les idées à mettre à œuvre pour la suite des choses.

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

Rapport | 69 pages | November 2017 | Monica Haberl, Charles Boyer | Le Conference Board du Canada

Thirty-Four Insights for Public Sector HR in Canada: Highlights From the 2017 Conference

Thirty-Four Insights summarizes the findings of the Public Sector HR 2017 Conference held in Ottawa on February 21–22 and attended by 157 public sector HR leaders.

Briefing | 20 pages | October 2017 | Jane Cooper, Shannon Jackson | The Conference Board of Canada

Job Satisfaction 2017 Edition: More Opportunity and Satisfaction in a Tighter Labor Market

Job satisfaction has improved for the sixth year in a row, and much of the improvement is due to the improvement in the labor market. The Conference Board Job Satisfaction survey explains this trend and other useful insights about US employees’ sentiments about work based on our annual survey.

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

Trade under Attack and Necessary Remedies for Dislocation from Economic Change

Trade has helped the US economy grow overall, but not every worker has benefited from it. Rather than protecting individual jobs, the US must create policies that help individual workers.

Briefing | 20 pages | October 2017 | The Conference Board, Inc.

Keeping the "Dream Team:" Leveraging Analytics to Retain Top Talent in Asia

This report highlights the talent retention challenges faced by employers in Asia and sheds light on how organizations can leverage human capital analytics to aid their retention strategies.

Report | 38 pages | October 2017 | The Conference Board, Inc.

Still Moving: Implementing Mindful Change

During this 60-minute live webinar, the second in a series, Deborah Rowland, author of recently published Still Moving; How to Lead Mindful Change, will share compelling insights into how to implement successful change in today’s world. She will draw on both the lessons from her own extensive field experience and her recent global research into the link between mindfulness and change leadership

Her first webinar, Leading Mindful Change for Inspired Leadership, focussed on the inner capacities required of a leader, their quality of being. This session will focus on a leader’s external practices, or their quality of doing, that her research has shown are highly correlated with leading complex change in environments of high uncertainty

You will learn about four practices that, when combined, create an equal balance of disruption and stability in a system, and enable a leader to create ongoing change in their organisation without the leader having to shoulder all the effort. Out of these four practices, Deborah will go deeper on the one that most highly differentiated successful change leadership – ‘edge and tension’ – requiring leaders to make disturbance their friend!

Finally, Deborah will step back to look at how you can architect an overall approach to change in your organisation, and share her insights into the approach her research has shown is most relevant in today’s world, emergent change – which is counterintuitive to how most change is led, requiring leaders giving up their need to control or predict outcomes.

Recorded Webinar | September 2017 | The Conference Board of Canada

The Global Talent Stream: What Is It, And How Can You Benefit?

Launched by the federal government in June 2017, the Global Talent Stream is a ground-breaking new program aimed to help Canadian employers while also helping to grow the economy.

The Global Talent Stream provides innovative Canadian firms with the opportunity to hire highly-skilled foreign workers in occupations with proven labour shortages. The federal government is committed to timely, predictable, and responsive service to Canadian employers to give them access to the talent they need to innovate and grow. One of the Stream’s key features is faster work permit processing of just 10 business days.

Join Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) as they provide an overview of the Global Talent Stream. During the webinar, ESDC will shed light on the Stream’s main features, how it works, which employers can benefit from it, and what its early results are. You will have the opportunity to interact with ESDC to ask your questions.

This webinar is designed for employers, policymakers, business associations, HR professionals, and immigration lawyers and consultants.

Recorded Webinar | September 2017 | The Conference Board of Canada

Ignite Positivity at Work! Mindful Practices That Transform Teams

Is your team flourishing? The latest research on positive psychology and brain science shows us that by simply increasing positive emotion and adopting some evidence-based practices, we can create the environment for positive and resilient teams. Teams that flourish are more engaged, creative, innovative, and see more opportunities. Organizations with positive and resilient teams have higher employee and customer satisfaction, reduced turnover and lower levels of errors, stress and injury. Yet in most organizations, teamwork is not well developed. Join Deborah Connors (Deb) to find out how to kick-start these positive emotions in your team environment.

A captivating speaker, storyteller, author and workplace coach, Deb researches the latest breakthroughs in workplace and personal wellness around the globe. She has interviewed many of the leading thinkers from this field and examined the research on flourishing – both at work and at home.

In this session Deb will share some of the key insights from her recent book: A Better Place to Work: Daily Practices that Transform Culture, as it relates to building team positivity and resilience. This involves learning how to be mindful, how to move from vicious cycles to resilient cycles, how to practice gratitude, how to effectively debrief team projects and meetings, and other practices and habits that increase positivity and flourishing at work.

Recorded Webinar | September 2017 | The Conference Board of Canada

Experience Plus Education: Handing Millennials Control

Baby Boomers and Millennials are two very different generations, who often have opposing views in the workplace. With Baby Boomers now delaying retirement and living longer than the previous generation, they are often forced into collaboration with Millennials in the C-suite.

Recorded Webinar | August 2017 | The Conference Board of Canada

Strategies for Successful Accommodation of Employees with Mental Illness

Are you struggling with understanding how or even why to accommodate employees with mental illness? You are not alone. Employers have a legal duty to accommodate employees with mental health issues. Yet, every week in Canada, 500,000 employees are off work because of mental health. It is often environmental or attitudinal barriers keeping them out of the workplace. For those who continue to work with a mental illness, they could be struggling with their performance. Failure to understand the needs of employees with mental health limitations and how to accommodate them perpetuates stigma, is discriminatory and can result in unnecessary absence and potential legal action.

As with a physical disability, with appropriate accommodation, employees with mental health needs can be productive and contribute to the success of the organization. Having a strategy to address accommodation through all stages of employment is essential to meeting your legal duties and is a key ingredient in providing a psychologically healthy and safe workplace for all employees.

Recorded Webinar | August 2017 | The Conference Board of Canada

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