- Want To Be A More Productive Employee? Get on Social Networks. - April 18, 2013
Do you Tweet, Pin, or use Facebook and LinkedIn at work? Don’t feel guilty about it – be proud! You’re becoming a more productive employee. Two recent studies suggest that plugging into social apps and networks makes employees more productive at work. The studies – one by the start-up Big Data firm Evolv and the other by a Warwick Business School professor – each tracked [...]
- Flexible Workspaces: Employee Perk Or Business Tool To Recruit Top Talent? - April 1, 2013
Thirty million Americans now work from home at least one day a week, with that number forecast to increase sharply in the coming years, according to the Telework Reseach Network. By 2020, 1 in 3 people will be hired to work online, from anywhere they want, according to an estimate from Odesk, an online marketplace [...]
- To Do: Update Company’s Social Media Policy ASAP - February 7, 2013
Employee use of social media has been a controversial topic over the past year, and one Ive covered several times in this blog. While I oppose company policies that unfairly limit employees’ rights to express themselves online, employers must be smart about training employees on what they should and should not share online, especially in [...]
Jeanne Meister @ The HBR Blog Network
By using gamification principles, Deloitte has seen use of its Deloitte Leadership Academy (DLA) training program increase. Participants, who are spending increased amounts of time on the site and completing programs in increasing numbers, show almost addictive behavior. Since the integration of gamification in to Deloitte Leadership Academy, there has been a 37 percent increase in the number of users returning to the site each week. Read more on the power of gamification in Jeanne Meister’s most recent Harvard Business Review blog.
NEXT 2020 WORKPLACE NETWORK MEMBER MEETING IN NYC
DATE: May16-17, 2013
HOSTED BY: American Express
LOCATION: New York City
Featuring insights from American Express, Jones Lang Lasalle, Deloitte, IBM and PwC. Plus, we’ll be joined by professor Karl Kapp, author of Gamification of Learning and Instruction. Watch your email for the full agenda and registration details coming soon!
LEADING THE 2020 WORKPLACE: HRA-NCA ANNUAL CONFERENCE: THE FUTURE OF HR
DATE: April 19, 2013
HOSTED BY: HRA-NCA Annual Conference
LOCATION: The Catholic University Pryzbla Conference Center, Washington, DC
Jeanne Meister, Founding Partner at Future Workplace, will be giving the closing keynote "2013: The Year for Social HR."
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LEADING THE 2020 WORKPLACE: HOW TO PREPARE NOW, SPONSORED BY ASTD SOUTHERN CONNECTICUT
DATE: April 22, 2013
TIME: 5:45 PM
LOCATION: Norwalk, Connecticut
Steven Dahlberg, Partner & Vice President of Innovation at Future Workplace, will be speaking on how today’s "best-of-breed" companies are already preparing strategies for the "Workplace of the Future" — which is being shaped by three major shifts: social media technologies, demographics and globalization.
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SOCIAL HR: 5 TRENDS LEADERS IN HR NEED TO PREPARE FOR
DATE: April 24, 2013
HOSTED BY: Morneau Shepell
LOCATION: Toronto, Canada
Jeanne Meister, Founding Partner at Future Workplace, will be speaking on the importance of organizations using Social HR to recruit, develop and engage employees. The 5 trends being covered include gamification as a standard practice, death of the resume, Klout scores as a measurable currency, personal branding and social networks. Read more about these 5 trends in Jeanne’s Forbes article, "2013: The Year of Social HR."
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ASTD: SOCIAL LEARNING IN THE FEDERAL WORKPLACE
DATE: On Demand
LOCATION: Recorded Webcast
While social learning is gaining momentum among chief learning officers, chief talent officers, and heads of human resources, there are a number of barriers to adopting social learning for the federal agency. Explore these barriers and ways to overcome them through workforce education and training. Register to listen to this recorded webcast given by Steven Dahlberg, Partner & Vice President of Innovation at Future Workplace.
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