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  • Developing Competencies for HR Success-Session 3 Package

    Contains 2 Product(s)

    Developing Competencies for HR Success-Session 3 Package

    Developing Competencies for HR Success-Session 3 Package

  • 2021 Developing Competencies for HR Success- Session 2 Package

    Contains 2 Product(s)

    2021 Developing Competencies for HR Success- Session 2 Package

  • Webinar- The 10 Trends Shaping Public Sector HR in 2021

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 12/03/2020

    As the year comes to an end, join NEOGOV in a review of the lessons and challenges HR leaders faced this past year and where they’re planning to focus their efforts and budgets in 2021. Looking across the entire employee journey, they will examine the top 10 trends in public sector HR that will shape the coming year.

    The 10 Trends Shaping Public Sector HR in 2021

    As the year comes to an end, join NEOGOV in a review the lessons and challenges HR leaders faced this past year and where they’re planning to focus their efforts and budgets in 2021. Looking across the entire employee journey, NEOGOV will examine the top 10 trends in public sector HR that will shape the coming year. 

    In this webinar, you’ll learn:

    • Challenges and solutions HR leaders overcame in 2020
    • The leading initiatives being prioritized in 2021 based on research
    • The processes, technology, and mindset needed to accomplish them

    Sponsored by 

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    * Please Note: This webinar is open to the first 500 registrants.  Please register in advance and login early.

    Lindsey Gerber

    Account Manager, East Coast, NEOGOV

    NEOGOV

    Lindsay is an East Coast Account Manager at NEOGOV and has been with NEOGOV for over 5 years. Prior to her customer-facing role as an East Coast Account Manager at NEOGOV, she worked on RFP's where she grew her public sector HR knowledge.  

    Mitch Boland

    Account Manager, East Coast, NEOGOV

    NEOGOV

    Mitch Boland has worked with public sector agencies and countless HR departments helping them to streamline their HR processes over the past 5 years. He was previously an Implementation Consultant and a Sales Engineer at NEOGOV prior to moving into his Account Manager role. 

  • Webinar: 9 Steps to Remove Bias and Promote Diversity at Every Stage of the Hiring Process

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 09/15/2020

    Now more than ever, HR leaders are in a powerful position to create real systemic change by ensuring every member of society gets a fair shot at employment opportunities. Partnering with IPMA-HR, we are excited to share some of the latest approaches public sector and higher education organizations can use to attract highly qualified, diverse applicants and ensure they are fairly evaluated by eliminating blindspots where bias exists.

    Now more than ever, HR leaders are in a powerful position to create real systemic change by ensuring every member of society gets a fair shot at employment opportunities. Partnering with IPMA-HR, we are excited to share some of the latest approaches public sector and higher education organizations can use to attract highly qualified, diverse applicants and ensure they are fairly evaluated by eliminating blindspots where bias exists. 

    In this webinar, you’ll learn:

    • How to analyze applicant diversity across each stage of the selection process to uncover hidden biases and diversity gaps
    • Strategies to minimize hiring manager and committee bias 
    • Tips for attracting diverse applicants by revamping your career pages, job postings, and diversity statement
    • How to restructure your interviewing approach to ensure the focus is exclusively on candidate qualifications and not factors such as race, ethnicity, age, or gender

    Mykesha Mack

    Diversity and Inclusion Manager, NEOGOV

    Mykesha Mack has been with NEOGOV for the past 5 years in which she served as an Applicant Support Representative, Customer Success Representative, and Customer Success Manager. She recently took on a new role as the Diversity & Inclusion Manager at NEOGOV, in which she works alongside the HR Manager to develop company-wide training programs to help employees expand their perspectives and create a safe space for employees to discuss difficult topics surrounding diversity, equity, and inclusion. Mykesha Mack is also a Certified Life Coach,  Afro-Zumba Instructor, and Public Speaker. She can be reached at mmack@neogov.net

  • Webinar: 2020 Benefits Survey Results: Operating in the New Normal

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 08/12/2020

    Gallagher will go over the results of the 2020 Benefits Strategy and Benchmarking survey with an emphasis on the public sector market. The webinar will also cover the latest trends in the market and how organizations are adapting to the evolving labor market in the new COVID-19 world.

    Gallagher will go over the results of the 2020 Benefits Strategy and Benchmarking survey with an emphasis on the public sector market.  The webinar will also cover the latest trends in the market and how organizations are adapting to the evolving labor market in the new COVID-19 world.   Incorporating data from both the benefits survey and Gallagher’s more recent COVID-19 survey, the program will help organizations adapt to the current environment and while planning for the future.

    Thomas Cummins

    Managing Director, Gallagher Surveys



     

  • Webinar: Navigating Difficult Conversations in the New Normal

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 07/23/2020

    As people work virtually while navigating the Coronavirus, communication complications increase, challenges multiply, and people are on edge. The way people communicate during these difficult times will determine their success or failure. Now, more than ever before, it’s critical that people effectively address behaviors that negatively impact individuals, teams, and organizations. Whether facing challenging team dynamics, mismanaged expectations or good old-fashioned bad behavior, implementing a Safe Conversations communication framework will foster greater innovation, inclusion and collaboration within your team and organization.

    As people work virtually while navigating the Coronavirus, communication complications increase, challenges multiply, and people are on edge.  The way people communicate during these difficult times will determine their success or failure. Now, more than ever before, it’s critical that people effectively address behaviors that negatively impact individuals, teams, and organizations. Whether facing challenging team dynamics, mismanaged expectations or good old-fashioned bad behavior, implementing a Safe Conversations communication framework will foster greater innovation, inclusion and collaboration within your team and organization.

     In this training you will:

    • Develop strategies for effectively talking, listening, and collaborating in situations where opinions differ
    • Become equipped to step up and address sensitive issues such as racism, sexism, etc.
    • Build more productive working relationships
    • Increase employee performance and team productivity


    Lorie Reichel- Howe

    Founder, Conversations in the Workplace


    Lorie Reichel-Howe is founder of Conversations in the Workplace. She equips managers, teams and business professionals to have “Safe Conversations” – transformative dialogue that uncovers hidden workplace issues. Whether addressing challenging team dynamics, mismanaged expectations or good old-fashioned bad behavior, “Safe Conversations” foster greater innovation, inclusion and collaboration within organizations.


     Learn more about Lorie’s impact at www.ConversationsInTheWorkplace.com

     

     

  • Webinar: 7 Ways to Maximize Employee Potential Through Coaching and Feedback

    Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 06/16/2020

    7 Ways to Maximize Employee Potential Through Coaching and Feedback Sponsored by NEOGOV

    Sponsored by 

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    Performance management is a necessary tool for organizational success in the public sector. By arming managers with the tools they need to effectively coach their employees, government agencies and higher education institutions can accelerate development in their organization. Through the use of coaching and mentorship, managers can align employee goals with organizational and strategic ones, position employees for growth within the greater organization, and plan for succession.

     In this webinar, you will learn how to:

    • Give constructive feedback without demotivating employees
    • Track development of employees over time using coaching and training tools
    • Document and monitor goals based on the SMART criteria
    • Implement blended learning plans to help employees develop multiple skill sets

    Kevin O'Connor

    Account Executive, NEOGOV

    Kevin is an Account Executive at NEOGOV, serving Southern and Eastern territories of the United States. As NEOGOV’s Learn Product Ambassador, Kevin worked closely with the Director of Product and public sector HR professionals to fully understand and address the needs of the public sector in performance management and employee development. With this knowledge, Kevin has successfully geared agencies with the tools they need to effectively coach and accelerate development within their workforce.

     

    Thomas Frisch

    Human Resources Manager at NEOGOV

    Thomas Frisch is the Human Resources Manager at NEOGOV. He graduated in

    2009 with a Bachelor of Science in Finance, Real Estate, and Law from
    California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. He has spent the last decade
    supporting employees and leadership at companies going through high growth
    stages.

  • How to Thrive and Flourish When Working in Isolation (From Home)

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    How to Thrive and Flourish When Working in Isolation (From Home)

    We invest in so many things and now is the time to invest in yourself. This is the moment to strengthen your resilience, cultivate self-compassion, find ways seek out the positive moments and rise above the negative noise.

      Petra will take you through ten proven steps that will help you work with your fears, create steadiness within, and allow you to hold space for all of your emotions, without getting swept up in them.

      Dark times require enlightened actions. Petra will help you cultivate a pliable mental and emotional state, enabling you to thrive in isolation so that we can all arrive together on other side, stronger than before.

      Petra Kolber is an Author, Speaker and Certified Performance Coach with a background in positive psychology. She helps individuals and teams get unstuck so they can become unstoppable.

     

    Petra (Moderator)

    Kolber

    Petra Kolber is an Author, Speaker and Certified Performance Coach with a background in positive psychology. She helps individuals and teams get unstuck so they can become unstoppable.

     

  • IPMA-HR Virtual Roundtable- Handling Coronavirus in the Workplace

    Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits

    **Due to high demands/interests, we are opening up the roundtable to more members; if you cannot attend it today, we you also receive the session recording shortly after and we are going to offer it again very soon.*** Join us for IPMA-HR's First Virtual Roundtable discussion on how Public Sector HR Organizations are handling coronavirus in the workplace.

    Join us for IPMA-HR's First Virtual Roundtable discussion on how Public Sector HR Organizations are handling coronavirus in the workplace on Thursday, April 2nd at 1:00 pm EST.

    Jay Osborne, Human Resources Director, King County, Seattle, WA

    Karen Niparko, Executive Director, City and County of Denver, Career Service Authority

    Facilitated by: Neil Reichenberg, Executive Director, IPMA-HR

    Our panelists will be discussing communication to employees, redeployment of staff, and managing a remote workforce. During this virtual roundtable you’ll be able to join the conversation and ask questions of your own.

    *The virtual roundtable holds 50 attendants so make sure to sign in early. Don’t worry if you miss it, the roundtable recorded and posted on our website*

  • In Harm's Way: Suicide Prevention in Law Enforcement

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 03/26/2020

    ​In the last four years, over 750 police and corrections officers have taken their own lives. In some years, twice as many as line of duty deaths. The numbers are staggering. Discover what you can do to help prevent this tragedy from happening in your department in this critical webinar. Tom Famolare, a retired detective from the Boston Police Department (BPD) has developed a “nuts and bolts” program to assist departments throughout Massachusetts to address this tragic subject. What was once taboo to talk about is becoming a subject none of us can ignore. Gone are the days of “he/she was cleaning their gun and it went off,” when everything was swept under the rug and never talked about. One of Famolare’s last assignments at the BPD was with the Peer Support Unit as critical incident debriefing team coordinator. He has firsthand knowledge of and experience with the effects critical incidents have on our officers — effects that sometimes lead to the ultimate tragedy: suicide. Famolare will present the training used by the Massachusetts Training Committee at academies throughout the state.

    In the last four years, over 750 police and corrections officers have taken their own lives. In some years, twice as many as line of duty deaths. The numbers are staggering. Discover what you can do to help prevent this tragedy from happening in your department in this critical webinar.

    Tom Famolare, a retired detective from the Boston Police Department (BPD) has developed a “nuts and bolts” program to assist departments throughout Massachusetts to address this tragic subject. What was once taboo to talk about is becoming a subject none of us can ignore. Gone are the days of “he/she was cleaning their gun and it went off,” when everything was swept under the rug and never talked about.
    One of Famolare’s last assignments at the BPD was with the Peer Support Unit as critical incident debriefing team coordinator. He has firsthand knowledge of and experience with the effects critical incidents have on our officers — effects that sometimes lead to the ultimate tragedy: suicide.
    Famolare will present the training used by the Massachusetts Training Committee at academies throughout the state.

    In an abbreviated format of the training he will touch on the following:
    • What are critical incidents?
    • How do critical incidents affect our officers?
    • How do we address these effects?
    • Why is it important to reach out for help?
    He will also discuss the stigma of reaching out for help: “If suicide prevention is to be accepted as part of our culture, it has to start at the beginning of our police career.”

    Read Famolare’s article on PoliceOne, “Integrating Officer Suicide Prevention into In-service Training.”
    Sponsored by IPMA-HR’s Assessment Services Department.