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Culture Forward

Ingraining Company Culture into your Recruiting & Hiring Process


Between the mass exodus of employees, a new magnified focus on equity and inclusion, remote work, and a pandemic, the ways in which the workplace has changed in just two years is mind-boggling. So, the million-dollar question is, “now what?” The answer is workplace culture – it’s the key to surviving and thriving in this crazy new world. The younger generation demands respectful culture, diverse candidates demand inclusive culture, top talent demands innovative culture, and succession planning demands culture-fit considerations.

During this webinar, attendees will learn to:

  • Implement a culture assessment to understand their workplace culture (and how flexible work will affect retention)
  • Use the assessment data to build a plan for recruiting and retaining the younger generations
  • Use the data to recruit a diverse talent pool, and maintain a diverse workforce
  • Build a succession plan that supports DEI

September 14th, 11am PST/2pm EST


Building a Culture of Collaboration Through Performance Management


Organizational systems and processes play a major role in organizational culture, and send certain (and often unintended) messages about the culture too. For example, if employees give feedback or suggestions into a seemingly black hole, with no information about what happened to the suggestion or if it was considered, they’ll understand the culture as one that doesn’t value feedback or innovation. Of course, performance management systems are another way organizations send messages about culture - they can either empower or stifle employees and growth. Establishing a collaborative performance process will trickle into the ways employees interact on a daily basis, both with each other and with their managers. 

During this webinar, attendees will: 

  • Identify ways to tie organizational core values into performance management 
  • Discover strategies for building collaboration into company culture through the performance system 
  • Identify key learning objectives for manager training around performance management
  • Gain tools for implementing a performance system that encourages employee buy-in

September 27th, 11am PST/2pm EST

Using Your Employee Onboarding Program to Reinforce Company Culture


Your organization most likely has an orientation program that reviews operating procedures, outlines policies, details job responsibilities, and describes how to use the employee portal. These all ensure  the new hire has what they need to get the job done. What is often forgotten are systems for ingraining the new employee into the company culture, a process  known as onboarding. A successful onboarding program increases employee satisfaction, retention, and  engagement, which results in a more collaborative and productive organization.

During this webinar, attendees will learn to:

  • Discover the ROI of an effective onboarding program 
  • Identify the differences between orientation and onboarding 
  • Discover the gaps in their current onboarding and best practices
  • Recognize the key aspects to a successful onboarding program 
  • Discover ways to involve the entire organization in new hire onboarding 

October 11th, 11am PST/2pm EST



October 24th, 2pm PST

California legislation mandates that California employers with 5 or more employees MUST provide harassment prevention training to their entire workforce. This course is required by California law, SB1300, must be completed every other year. It requires one hour training for employees and two hours for managers and supervisors. This live, interactive training will help you meet the requirements of the law, AND it will help you create a respectful work environment.  Not only will employees, managers, supervisors and owners learn about harassment and what to do about it, they will gain skills to engage in civil, respectful behaviors at work. After all, civility is the key to harassment prevention.

During the first hour your entire workforce will:

  • Define the relationship between incivility, bullying and harassment, and their impact on targets, witnesses, customers and the business
  • Discuss federal and state laws related to sexual harassment and some basic court decisions
  • Understand bullying, discrimination and harassment as a social phenomenon, which everyone has a responsibility to confront
  • Use a variety of methods for addressing unwanted advances, and stepping in when witnessing inappropriate behavior directed at others
  • Describe your sexual harassment policy, how to report complaints, and their role and responsibilities in promoting a workplace free of harassment
  • Develop a personal action plan for living the company core values, and participating in collective building of culture defined by respect

During the second hour, employees will be excused and managers/supervisors will:

  • Employees will be excused, and during the second hour of training, attendees will learn to:
  • Identify symptoms of negative behaviors and risk factors within their own departments
  • Understand obligations with respect to investigations and handling of complaints
  • Immediately implement tools to address negative behaviors, including coaching and performance management
  • Discuss best practices to avoid harassment claims
  • Build a plan with their employees for creating a positive culture
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