Free HR Webinars & Courses For Future HR Leaders By Let's Talk Talent
In this webinar we will be exploring the challenging question of 'Do we still need managers?' Join us to discuss the case for and against managers and explore with us examples of different organisations who have had varying degrees of success with different management structures. We'd love to hear your experiences and ideas too. If you decide that managers are here to stay, we'll be taking a look at what the focus should be to ensure managers have the skills and behaviours to do the role and title justice.
When we think about OD we normally think about the 4 pillars which are Structure, Process, Culture and Capability which are all right but at LTT we like to give them a little twist. We believe in starting the future backwards to define the right TOM for your business to think about quite simply: do you have the right people in the right roles with the right skills doing the right things.
In this webinar we will bring to life our approach to OD giving you a plan of how you might handle your business and equip you with the skills and confidence to tackle any change. As let's face it the one thing we can count on is that change is constant so why not get prepared!
Empower your people to take control of their careers.
In this 3-week WhatsApp course, we'll deep dive into how to help your people take control of their own careers and how to support your managers to have better career conversations with their teams.
OD and Talent Planning/Management are topics that come up in conversation a lot for us. We love discussing and supporting organisations and HR teams in driving OD and Talent Plans. However, these are complex areas that cover a broad range of approaches and it can get complicated quickly.
Join us in this webinar where we unpick what we really mean when talking about OD and Talent Management. We’ll break these concepts down into the areas that will help you have impact across the entire employee lifecycle and we’ll highlight how OD and Talent Planning are connected. We hope you come away clearer and knowing where to focus to have the ultimate impact.
Organisational design has a huge impact on its efficiency and productivity, and on employee wellbeing. As an OD practitioner, it’s up to you to make organisations operate at their best. And not only that, but the needs of the business are also frequently changing and so your job is never complete. To be ready to lift and shift processes, structures, systems, and roles quickly and effectively, you need a kick-ass toolkit to support your practice. This is where we can help. Join us to learn the foundational tools for building organisations that work.
Culture, in a nutshell, can be described as, ‘how we do things around here’. It’s how the processes, systems, and structures operate, and how people interact when them and each other every day. When you think of culture in this way it takes the somewhat subjective nature of it out and allows you to think objectively about how you can influence and shape culture and therefore, how you can shape how people experience their workplace.
As a business psychologist, I have spent my entire 15 year career designing and building tools and applications that influence how people experience their work. In this webinar I will take you through the ins and outs and ups and downs of culture and how it shapes how we all experience work. I’ll also share some food for thought about how you can shape culture and employee experience in your organisation. Join me to explore this fascinating topic!
This is what traditional organisational culture development looked like - the CEO gives instruction to the HR team to develop an effective company culture. The HR team runs a campaign to reinforce company values, sharing the mission and vision and implementing initiatives like free lunches or birthday celebrations and boom, you have a great company culture. Right? Wrong! This approach no longer works for several reasons. In this webinar I’m going to cut through the fluff to answer the exam question: Who really owns organisational culture?
Join me for a free 45 minute webinar where I’ll take you on a journey explaining, with evidence, why a top-down culture approach won’t help you in creating a great place to work and developing high performing teams, and why culture should be everyone’s responsibility. I’m certainly not suggesting that this approach to culture means that no one leads or is accountable for the organisation’s culture, but rather demonstrates the importance of having every voice in shaping what it looks like. And, I’ll even show you some of the work we’ve done recently to help organisations’ uncover their cultures and create amazing places to work.
This course will help you discover the world of OD. We think about the 4 pillars of OD which are Structure, Process, Culture and Capability but at LTT we like to give them a little twist. We believe in starting the future backwards to define the right TOM for your business to think about quite simply: do you have the right people in the right roles with the right skills doing the right things.
Join this 3 week course, where we'll teach you the ins-and-outs of OD, how to get started, and hopefully how to excel - and vastly improve your business.
What do we mean by the word culture and why does it matter? Let’s face it culture is not static it ebbs and flows but at certain times it is important to take stock and really understand what your people are saying. Are they happy, motivated and engaged or are there parts of the culture that need to proactively changed/developed? So what are there things that you as a leader could be doing better?
In this webinar we will look at what can trigger the need for a culture audit, the approach you might take through a live example and the outputs that you can expect from it.
As always this webinar will be chocked full of practical tips and tricks that you can take back to your business and put into practice.
When we think of building an HR Strategy, what normally springs to mind is a large document that sits in your drawer and comes out once in a blue moon when you're talking to your CEO about what's been delivered. This doesn't need to be the case.
In this webinar, Jo Taylor, MD at Let’s Talk Talent, will share with you simple tricks to get you started on developing your HR strategy through understanding how to create your building blocks and build them out into a foolproof action plan.
Join Yvette a Senior Consultant here at Let’s Talk Talent and our Sales and Operations Director, Craig Howells for this webinar as we delve into a number of initiatives all designed to champion women in the workplace. We'll be going beyond the conventional and looking at what it truly means to champion women in the workplace, why it's important, as well as offering actionable insights to elevate your organisations' commitment to gender equality.
This isn't just another Internal Women's Day webinar, this is the real, the raw and the no nonsense conversation you've been dying to have.
Is your HR strategy up to scratch? Are you prepared for the challenges 2024-2025 will bring?
In this 3-week WhatsApp course, we'll deep dive into creating a stellar HR Strategy, the building blocks that are vital, and the workstreams you'll need to put in place to deliver your strategy successfully.
Your HR Strategy needs to be relevant to the business and the market, have impact and be something that is easily understood and actionable. This is difficult at the best of times but in the current market with constant changes and the need to adapt this can be even harder.
In this webinar we aim to help you navigate through the review/creation of your HR strategy, consider which areas you might need to focus on and to highlight current trends in the market and discuss how these may impact your strategy. Join us to explore and share insights to ensure you are better prepared and have a more impactful plan.
In recent years, HR has, in some industries and businesses, been given a seat at the table - but not all. Many are still fighting to be heard by the board. That needs to change. Getting the HR agenda front and centre is central to driving not only HR forward, but ensuring the business has a sound people strategy. Because without one, we know every other business agenda could fail.
As a business psychologist, I have spent my 15 year career working with HR teams to ensure the people side of the business is the backbone of business strategy. Join this webinar to find out how you can get your HR agenda heard and championed by the board of your organisation.