Human Resources

Next Event:  TBA 05/10/2018  1:00 pm EDT 02/08/2018  12:00 pm EST

The Human Resources Channel features Cornell University faculty who bring deep experience and a finger on the pulse of emerging best practices in human resource leadership: HR technology and automation, big data and HR analytics, performance metrics, conflict resolution, talent and performance management, diversity and inclusion, cross-team collaboration, and fresh methods to harness employee engagement.

In these one-hour interactive sessions you’ll learn how to:

  • Hire, retain and engage your workforce.
  • Manage talent and develop employees to their true potential.
  • Cultivate a culture of coaching, support and collaboration.
  • Deliver meaningful performance feedback.
  • Identify bias and stereotypes and put forth diversity and inclusion policies.
  • Align employee performance with organizational goals.

Webinar Information

The Human Resources WebSeries offers monthly webinars with esteemed Cornell University faculty. New webinars are being scheduled often in order to bring you the latest in industry news, trends, and best practices.

Today’s working household looks drastically different than it did just 30 years ago: Women are half of the workforce, more than two-thirds of families are dual-earner; and in the majority of these, spouses contribute almost equally to household income. These changes are affecting how people navigate gender roles, work/family demands, and career choices. Join a live discussion with Cornell ILR School faculty expert Pamela Tolbert to better understand these critical shifts so you can design effective policies and management practices for the contemporary workplace.

Research—and business results—show that women and men are equally capable leaders, yet the culture in which they operate often obscures this fact and limits women’s potential. Join this live panel discussion with faculty experts from Cornell’s SC Johnson College of Business to learn how to recognize these cultural pitfalls, cultivate gender-balanced leadership skills, and become a more powerful leadership partner.

In this one-hour event, you’ll learn how to:

—Recognize organizational power dynamics and gender bias, including the “double bind,”
—Build supportive coalitions with colleagues,
—Advocate for and communicate your strengths, and
—Build a powerful executive presence.

This event is ideal for both aspiring and experienced leaders, as well as anyone interested in understanding gender issues in the workplace.

Your Human Resources subscription will include access to these recordings of past webinars.

Join our live panel discussion for women leaders as we explore how to bring balance and equity to workplace power dynamics. The panel will feature three thought leaders from the SC Johnson College of Business at Cornell University.

We’ll examine individual and organizational strategies for overcoming gender bias and stereotypes at work and how women can succeed in leadership positions. You’ll also have the opportunity to ask our panelists questions directly throughout the discussion.

Workers in our growing gig economy are stuck in a regulatory grey area where they fit neither the standard legal definition of employee nor that of independent contractor.

There recent interest in differentiating a new, third category of employment: the independent worker. The idea, according to a 2015 discussion paper by The Hamilton Project, is to create an independent worker status that’s neutral compared to employee status—offering gig workers many of the same protections and benefits, while allowing intermediaries to pool workers to lower the costs of purchasing or providing insurance or other benefits without risking the relationship turning into that of employer/employee.

Join eCornell on September 18 12PM EST for a live online roundtable discussion on the future of the independent worker with Seth Harris, former Deputy Secretary for the U.S. Department of Labor alongside faculty colleagues from Cornell’s ILR School, professors Susanne Bruyère and Stephanie Thomas.

Let’s work together to help define the brave new world of independent work.

Servant Leadership is fast-becoming a prominent leadership style, and for good reason: It tends to increase trust and collaboration among team members, helps to build coalitions and community, and promotes ethical business practices.

While many leaders use the power of their position to direct and control employees, the Servant Leader listens; her focus is on understanding employees to develop and support them. Servant leaders flip the traditional relationship between the employee and the leader, fostering a strong service culture by empowering and involving workers.

Join this live interactive discussion, where we’ll discuss how servant leadership can transform your organization to one that is service-centered and culturally inclusive. This event is ideal for both the aspiring and experienced leader.

The Human Resources WebSeries features the following esteemed Cornell University faculty.

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