Finding and keeping talent are the crucial elements of an organization's ability to improve profitability, manage costs, innovate, develop new product services, and uncover new markets. While finding talent is incredibly hard these days, retaining that talent once we find them is an even bigger job.
Employees want fair pay. They also want challenging, meaningful work, a chance to learn and grow, recognition, respect, and a manager who understands these factors. These are vital to becoming an employer of choice and to adapting and thriving in this shifting global economy.
Talent development professionals are a vital component in creating a culture of retention and engagement. But, in today's unusual environment, what key steps can we take to help our organizations and our teams?
Based on her best seller, Love 'Em or Lose 'Em, which is now in its 6th edition…having survived three generations and twenty years in the global marketplace, Dr. Kaye will share the timeless strategies for retaining talent.
We'll also look at how well the strategies apply to the current challenges created by the global pandemic, a shift to remote work (and back to the office), the Great Resignation and an increased awareness of Diversity Equity Inclusion and Belonging in the workplace.
We know, that engagement, commitment, and loyalty are a result of being challenged, appreciated, heard, and respected. The difficulty is in the "how to!" Dr. Kaye will provide an array of alternatives for immediate implementation.
IMPORTANT: At this event, we will take a few minutes to hold our required Annual Membership Meeting to report on the state of the chapter. All members are encouraged to attend.
About your Facilitator
Dr. Beverly Kaye is recognized internationally as one of the most knowledgeable and practical professionals in the areas of career development, employee engagement and retention.
Her contributions to the field of engagement and retention include the Wall Street Journal bestseller, Love 'Em or Lose 'Em: Getting Good People to Stay, now in its 5th edition. Her recent books in the career development field include Up is Not the Only Way and Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go, which provided overwhelmed managers with a way to blend career conversations into their everyday routine.
In 2018, The Association for Talent Development (ATD) honored her with their Lifetime Achievement Award recognizing her advanced knowledge, extensive practice across the talent development field, thought leadership and contributions to the profession. The Association of Learning Professionals (ISA) also recognized her with their 2018 Thought Leadership Award for her body of work in support of work-related learning and performance.
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Each ATD-OC Learning Event will be aligned to one Talent Development Capability, as identified by ATD National.
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Talent development professionals should be able to implement a multilevel, systematic method for gathering, analyzing, and reporting on information about the effectiveness and effort of learning programs.
To find out more about the ATD Capability Model for the Training and Development Profession, visit http://tdcapability.org.
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The ultimate objective of L&D is change – whether it’s skill enhancement or an increase in awareness and perspective.
How do you create an environment to maximize the opportunity for participants to change?
Participate and leave with new tools for successfully creating change.
Program discussion includes:
In our mastermind format, you share, discuss, add learning points and counterpoints, and apply the knowledge gleaned from hosts and colleagues. (Read more about the Mastermind Format here.)
The BizSIG is for people on the L&D fast-track. Each meeting agenda includes learning points and time for sharing knowledge and experience. Volunteer for a SPOTLIGHT POSITION in advance of the meeting and receive recommendations and insights from participants of the meeting. Download and fill out this FORM.
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About the Facilitators:
Rona Lewis is a former C-level advertising sales exec and recognized expert in purposeful and attuned play for productivity. She may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Jeffrey Hansler, CSP, CMP, is expert at organizational development, leadership, and persuasive communication, which includes skills of innovation, influence, negotiation, sales, body language, micro-expressions, finance, and authority. He may be reached at BizSIG@atdoc.org
Rona and Jeffrey are hosts of the BizSouls podcast, a podcast delving into the heart and soul of business and the people who make it happen. BizSouls is fast paced, funny and informative.
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What we know so far about this meeting...
With the current “Great Resignation,” the success of an organization’s Learning & Development strategies is more important than ever before. Key business goals for many organizations include attracting and retaining new talent, retaining current talent and developing them to take on new roles.
But what’s actually working?
As Talent Development professionals we strive to understand the changing trends in Talent Development. We consider how those trends may impact our own organization. Understanding which L&D strategies are working for other local organizations that face similar challenges helps provide a broader context for our understanding.
Orange County, California is home to a variety of impressive companies, nonprofits and higher education organizations. Each of these organizations crafts a Learning and Development strategy based on their unique needs.
At this session, you’ll hear stories of success from local leaders and learn about the strategies that are helping them achieve their Learning and Development goals and the strategies they’re planning to use next.
About your Facilitators
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Early bird - Wednesday, February 9
Regular - Monday, February 21
Domain: Impacting Organizational Capability
We will be using Zoom for this virtual call, so be sure to click on the link in your confirmation email to complete your virtual registration.
Employee surveys are a commonly used – and commonly misused – tool for learning about our clients’ challenges. Poorly done, however, a survey can exhaust organizational will, dampen employee engagement and overwhelm a sincere change effort. Done well, an employee survey can illuminate complex problems and engage staff in future change efforts.
While the pitfalls are numerous, the keys to a successful survey project are only a few. And most of them are NOT commonly known in business circles.
Join us for an evening that delves into effective survey design.
Are YOU using surveys correctly? Attend to find out!
Jerry L. Talley is the founder of Organizational Diagnostics, a Bay Area firm started in 1984 specializing in diagnostic surveys to identify organizational problems. Based on the knowledge gleaned from over 250 corporate engagements, his practice expanded in 2000 to include design and implementation of specific interventions. His current practice -- under the banner of JLTalley & Associates -- has included clients in high tech, hospitality, hospitals, pharmaceuticals, higher education, consulting houses, the military, manufacturing, banks and credit unions, public utilities, entertainment and broadcasting, the food industry, aerospace, commercial construction, city and county government, and numerous not-for-profits.
Prior to his work in consulting, Jerry taught at Stanford’s Sociology Department and the Marriage and Counseling Masters program at Santa Clara University. He also provided training programs for the organizational development programs at San Jose State and Alliant University.
His areas of special interest include advanced problem solving, strategic planning, work process design, and survey design and analysis. After 450 client engagements, his current focus is on accelerating the development of newer consultants through mentoring, teaching, and coaching.
Early bird - Wednesday, March 9
Regular - Monday, March 21
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