Human Capital Growth webinars are designed to put a spotlight on the truth on trending topics. They are based on in depth analyses using scientific evidence. Each session uncovers hidden challenges, missed opportunities, and inaccurate interpretations. The sessions are designed as mini workshops that help our audience rethink their practices and gain clarity on the path forward.
In this webinar, Dr. Shreya Sarkar-Barney covered key considerations when preparing for a return to the workspace. View the recording to learn the key challenges organizations are looking to address and examples of workforce plans.
How is Your Organization Preparing for Return to the Workplace
July 8th, 2021
The ongoing pandemic has increased stress levels significantly. There are at least five sources of stress (including job uncertainty and loneliness) and hence, mitigating pandemic-related stress requires a deeper understanding of these sources.
Sustaining Happiness during Covid: A Practical Guide
December 9th, 2020
Organizational leaders are rethinking the ‘where’ of work in a post-pandemic world. Most are looking forward to a new attitude toward work-from-home.
The Business Case for Remote Work After the Pandemic
September 23rd, 2020
Effective teamwork has never been more important than it is today, with organizations facing volatile economic conditions and significant business threats.
Don't let Teamwork Get in the Way of Agility
September 16th, 2020
The unprecedented nature of the current crisis caused by the COVID-19 virus is demanding new ways of solving organizational problems.
Talent Management in Times of Crisis
Jun 17th, 2020
In our March webinar on D&I, we discussed the barriers to inclusion and the business case for organizations to invest in diversity, inclusion, and belonging.
Deep Dive on Talent Practices that Advance Inclusion
Apr 15th, 2020
According to the 2019 Diversity and Inclusion survey conducted by Glassdoor, 50% of employees across four major economies believe their company should be doing more to increase diversity and inclusion.
Talent Practices that Move the Needle on Diversity and Inclusion
Mar 18th, 2020
Employees are being asked to constantly adapt and perform, while the ground under them is continually shifting. The ability to move through daily challenges—both small and large— is critical to thriving and flourishing in a turbulent world.
Resilience, the Key to an Engaged Workforce
Jan 29th, 2020
A study by McKinsey & Company in late 2017 found that 66 percent of top executives said retraining and upskilling their employees were urgent business priorities. According to the 2019 Deloitte Human Capital Trends
Build an Internal Gig Economy to Energize and Retain Talent
Dec 4th, 2019
Much has been written recently about the problems organizations are facing with their performance management (PM) processes. Many solutions have been proposed over the years.
Pay and Performance Management: Are they two sides of the
same dysfunctional coin?
Sep 19th, 2019
In this interactive webinar, our guest is Andrew Wilhelms who until recently was the head of leadership development at Tesla and formerly the VP of talent management at McKesson.
Digital Leadership : Lessons from Leading Firms
May 22nd, 2019
For too long, we have talked about ‘women’s empowerment’ and ‘taking charge’ and ‘leaning in’ – placing the onus of change primarily on women. Such a simplistic view contradicts the evidence which points to a problem that is multi-faceted and multi-level.
Pipelines, Ceilings and Mazes – “Architecting” a More Gender Diverse Workforce
March 13th, 2019
According to HCG’s 2018 Talent Development benchmark study, 100% of the participating organizations reported using coaching for leadership development.
What works in executive coaching? An evidence-based analysis
December 5th, 2018
Fifty leading organizations participated in the 2018 HCG Talent Development Benchmark study. In our May webinar we presented the highlights of the results and findings on learning and development practices.
2018 HCG Talent Development Benchmark Survey Results II- Deep Dive
June 6th, 2018
Lack of key skills is among the top three threats facing organizations today. Yet, world over companies spend over $180 billion to address this issue. Absence of information about what works in skill development is leading to a poor ability to manage risks and returns.
2018 HCG Talent Development Benchmark Survey Results
May 16th, 2018
Skill certifications have become a popular tool to create accountability in the learning process and evaluate skill gains. Designing an effective assessment strategy is key to successfully driving accountability but doing so is technically demanding.
How to Design Skill Certifications like a Pro
January 17th, 2018
Organizations are being disrupted by digital business models. According to an MIT study, 70% of leaders lack the skills to transform their organization to be digitally enabled. This deficiency puts firms at a significant disadvantage.
Growing Leaders who Thrive in the Digital Age
November 15th, 2017
For those looking to revamp their performance management process, the big decision may appear to be “should we” or “should we not” continue with performance ratings. Yet this may only be a minuscule element of all that you will need to consider.
Better Performance, Less Management: The Gap Inc. Story
September 27th, 2017
This webinar is designed for those involved in the digitization of their learning function. Whether you are transitioning from instructor-led training (ILT) to digital learning or looking to further advance your digital learning capabilities, you will find actionable advice in this webinar.
Going Digital with Learning and Development
June 15th, 2017
Most organizations have persistent challenges in areas related to sourcing talent, leadership, engagement, and diversity to name a few. Existing solutions don’t appear to be delivering the desired results.
Five Science-based Answers to the Most Pressing HR Problems of 2017
April 20th, 2017
Employee Engagement Surveys: Driver or a Waste of Time?
January 19th, 2017
Two of the most important aspects of a selection system are its ability to: (1) streamline the hiring process and (2) identify applicants who are trainable and most likely to perform well on the job.
Employee Selection Practices for Low Literacy Candidates
September 22nd, 2016
There is growing excitement about people analytics; however, those who have been at it for a while are concerned that analytics efforts are failing to deliver the promised returns.
New Approaches to People Analytics: Helping HR Lead with Intelligence
June 16th, 2016
HCG is pleased to invite you to a complimentary webinar that will review the latest advancements on making leader development more accountable, scalable and embedded into leaders’ jobs.
Amplifying Leader Development with New Science and Technology
May 12th, 2016
Employees and managers dislike the performance management process. A plethora of advice has become available for organizations looking to redesign their approach. However, missing are the guiding principles, producing enduring results.
Take Your Performance Management from Hate to Love
March 10th, 2016
Starting with uncovering wicked problems, to rapid solution design, and implementation, design thinking offers methodologies that can help HR drive business impact with every interaction.
Boost Your HR Practices with Design Thinking
January 21st, 2016
According to a recent Economist survey, 56% of global CEOs believe their firm lacks the right talent. Training budgets in the US grew from 12% in 2013 to 15% in 2014, but few organizations appear to secure a return on investment.
Designing a Learning Strategy to Deliver Competitive Advantage
The people needs of the business have changed. According to a recent Deloitte survey, the HR functions at best, earned a ‘C’ when it comes to delivering business impact.