Webinar Library

Focus on current and emerging HR issues in the public sector with IPMA-HR's webinars. Live, and interactive, each 60-minute session provides you and your staff with a convenient and economical way to stay current on topics important to your day-to-day operations.

Webinar Benefits:

  • Limitless staff participation
  • Unlimited access to the on-demand version
  • Q&A with experts during the live broadcast
  • Downloadable presentation slides and handouts to share with your colleagues
  • One point for those who attend (live/recorded) towards IPMA-SCP and IPMA-CP recertification.

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All of IPMA-HR's webinar presentations are recorded and archived within 48 hours of the live presentation.  Slides and the audio-synced presentation will be available for viewing at your leisure.

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Upcoming Webinars

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Archived Webinars

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

    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.

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

    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.

  • Webinar: Navigating Difficult Conversations in the New Normal

    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.

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

    Recorded On: 06/16/2020

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

  • Webinar: How Cooperative Purchasing can help you get better employee benefits, cheaper and faster

    Recorded On: 05/20/2020

    How Cooperative Purchasing can help you get better employee benefits, cheaper and faster

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

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

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

    **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.

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

    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.

  • Coronavirus in the Workplace

    Recorded On: 03/25/2020

    ***Registration is still open, but the webinar will only accept 500 attendees, so please try to check in early to the webinar" The presentation will be recorded and provided on the IPMA-HR Website within 48 hours".*** We understand that these are stressful and unusual times. To continue to support our members as the coronavirus situation evolves, we will be offering a free webinar on managing the workplace during COVID-19. We invite you to join David B. Ritter for a discussion on topics such as remote work, furloughs and layoffs, testing for employees, and other critical issues facing employers today.

  • Walk a Mile in Your Candidate's Shoes: 6 Tips for Improving the Candidate Experience

    Recorded On: 03/24/2020

    Walk a Mile in Your Candidate's Shoes: 6 Tips for Improving the Candidate Experience