September 14, 2016 | Westminster, CO
Five Behaviors of a Team Road Show
Discover the proven path to building successful teams.
Based on the internationally best-selling leadership fable, The Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick Lencioni, The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team™ facilitates a unique learning experience that measures and develops the top five behaviors of a healthy, well-functioning team. Find out how this program can make a lasting impact on your teams at a Road Show event on September 14, 2016.
September 27, 2016 | Denver, CO
Human Resources Best Practices and Trends
Jammed packed with mission critical content; the HR best practices and trends you need to do your job and help advance your career. The agenda features subject matter experts from global leading companies delivering short concise presentations designed to inspire, inform and educate. This conference will help you find solutions to your current HR headaches and plan for your organization’s future development. Register now and join your peers. Network over breakfast and lunch, BUT most of all get the information you need to be indispensable at your job. Seating is limited so bring your team and sign up NOW.
|12:30pm:||Registration, Refreshments/Lunch, Exhibit Area Open, Peer Networking|
|12:45:pm:||The Latest Trends and Developments in HR Management.
|1:15 pm:||The State of Workforce Planning: Best Practices.|
|1:30 pm:||What’s Working in Sourcing Talent and Recruiting.|
|2:00 pm:||Refreshment Break, Exhibit Area Open, Peer Networking|
|2:30 pm:||Strengths and Weaknesses of key HRM Systems.|
|3:00 pm:||Real Time HR Performance Management.|
|3:30 pm:||Compensation Trends and Outlook.|
|4;00 pm:||Improving Results with Data Driven HR Decisions.|
|4:30 pm:||End of the Event, Raffle Drawings, and Finale.|
Past Events 2016
June 27-28, 2016 | New York, NY
2016 Performance Management Innovation Conference
Join leading organizations that are scrapping their annual evaluation cycle and replacing it with this new way of looking at performance.
Our Master Class
This session will discuss how coaching has become more deeply integrated into the organizational learning and development landscape while providing specific models that organizations are using to drive higher levels of performance capability and success. The workshop will discuss:
- The difference between performance management and coaching
- How coaching can elevate employees, managers and leaders to higher levels of performance
- How to support managers as coaches – leveraging managers for real performance development
- Linking coaching to long-term development
- Using a multi-model approach – More than a tool for executives and high potentials.
In an era of greater corporate transparency, workforce mobility, and skills shortages, culture, engagement, and retention have emerged as top issues for business leaders. But these issues do not belong to HR alone.
Past Events 2015
You are invited to the 25th Annual MASIE Learning Conference! You and your colleagues are invited to Learn, Explore, Benchmark and Engage in Learning 2015, to be held in Orlando, Florida from November 1 to 4. Together, with over 1,500 learning colleagues from around the globe, we will focus on the changing, evolving and increasingly disruptive shifts in the world of workplace and workforce learning.
April 26-28, 2015 | Tampa, FL
It’s no longer just about training. It’s about delivering content and access to enable the workforce to compete and be productive in a new world of constant change precipitated by rapid globalization, economic interdependence and innovation in technology.
Past Events 2014
Join Us for a Conversation About Engagement & Accountability
Management: Possible® is proud to be sponsoring
the Human Capital Institute 2014 Employee Engagement Conference July 23-25, 2014
3 Key Areas to Employee Engagement
- Leadership Values and Brand Alignment
- Manager Accountability and Performance
- Employee Learning and Development
“Highly engaged organizations hold managers accountable.” – HCI
Engagement and performance are correlated, however, performance gains are more likely to boost engagement levels than vice versa. When managers are capable of motivating and expecting employees to perform at their highest level, they will surely be engaged as a result. Whereas if managers rely purely on engagement strategies, an employee’s performance may or may not increase as a result.
Both managers and employees want to be part of a “winning team” – Mastering the Performance Conversation is part of a winning strategy.
October 26-29, 2014 | Orlando, FL
TO: Our Learning, Training & Performance Colleagues
FROM: Management: Possible® & Elliott Masie, Host & Curator – Learning 2014
You are invited! You and your colleagues are invited to Learn, Explore, Benchmark and Engage in Learning 2014 – to be held in Orlando, Florida from October 26 to 29. Together, with learning colleagues from around the globe, we will focus on the changing, evolving and increasingly disruptive shifts in the world of workplace and workforce learning.
Learning 2014 is a dynamic and engaging event. Featured speakers include:
- Robin Roberts, Good Morning America Co-Anchor
- Sir Ken Robinson, The Learning Revolution
- Chef Bobby Flay, Cooking & Learning
- Elliott Masie, Learning Trends & Disruptions
- Claire O’Connell, The Brain Research Game
- Logan Smalley, The TED Video Effect
- Metra Mehran, Learning Technology & Afghanistan
- And More …
The Themes of Learning 2014 are curated from dialogues with Chief Learning Officers and Learning Leaders of major corporations and government agencies. Together, we will explore: Learning Personalization, Compliance & Learning, Engagement, Video for Learning, MOOCs, Big Learning Data, Mobile & Learning, Leadership Shifts and more. Click here for an overview of Learning 2014 Themes and Formats.
December 7 – 9, 2014 | San Diego, CA
The 2nd edition of CLO Exchange presents the opportunity for delegates to network and build partnerships with peer level professionals, while learning new ideas and strategies that they can replicate within their own organizations, to build a best practices culture.