Register for ICC’s training programs, where ICC experts “tell all” and show you LIVE, via webinar, exactly how to skyrocket your success and development.

We offer eight-week development courses, short courses and introductory sessions on our most popular topics. Each webinar is led by an ICC expert facilitator and trainer.

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DisruptHR Double-Take 2.0

Join DisruptHR Denver co-organizers Meredith Masse and Mary Faulkner in the second DisruptHR Denver Double-Take webinar. After the October DisruptHR Denver event, the audience will have voted on their top speakers and topics about which they want MORE! In this rousing conversation with the audience’s top 3 choices, Meredith and Mary will chat with each to take a deeper dive into the topics they had only 5 minutes to present on the DisruptHR Denver stage. Join for the lively discussion and ask your questions of these soon-to-be-famous Disruptors!

When the Going Gets Tough, the Tough Get Compassionate: Conducting Human Centered Layoffs

Downsizing, layoffs, mergers, reorganization or restructuring…these kinds of organizational upheavals are the new normal in business. Whatever the name, whatever the reason, when an employee loses a job, it’s a painful, emotional and often devastating experience. As company leaders make tough business decisions that impact an organization’s humans, best companies to work for navigate layoffs and major organizational changes with compassion for the impacted employees and TLC for the “survivors.” In this highly engaging and super practical “how-to” session, attendees will learn from a moderated panel of HR executives who have been on both sides of the desk during reductions in force.

Panelists include:

Rae-Ellen Hamilton, VP HR at NTT Research, INC.

Stanley Wells, US-Northern Sr. Human Resources Manager at Halliburton

Erica Wyatt, CHRO at Intrepid Potash

Leslie McIntosh, SVP, CHRO at BioScrip, Inc.

The Future of Leadership Development

If you were to look at your training, how effective would you say it is? Is it improving specific business outcomes? Is it being measured? Is it taking both your employees needs and the desired business outcomes into account when it is being developed? Chances are that it is not. What would it look like if our programs led to measurable outcomes and sustainable change within an organization? With the exponential growth of technology, we can create highly effective leadership development programs that lead to measurable results. Technology combined with a human element can drive education and retention higher than we have ever encountered in the past. Learn how harnessing these two elements can propel your leadership development to improved outcomes that are aligned with your business strategy.

DisruptHR Denver Double-Take

Join DisruptHR Denver co-organizers Meredith Masse and Mary Faulkner in this first ever DisruptHR Denver Double-Take webinar. At the April DisruptHR Denver event, the audience will have voted on their top speakers and topics about which they want MORE! In this rousing conversation with the audience’s top 3 choices, Meredith and Mary will chat with each to take a deeper dive into the topics they had only 5 minutes to present on the DisruptHR Denver state. Join for the lively discussion and ask your questions of these soon-to-be-famous Disruptors!

Final list of webinar guests will be announced the week of April 22, 2019.

The Impact of Data Analytics & Simulations on Adult Learning

Harvard’s Barbara Kellerman suggests that the struggle to harness leadership metrics and measures in organizations, is correlated to the oftentimes disappointing outcomes seen when company’s make a leadership development investment.

In this webinar, Susan Ruhl, CEO of ICC and Chief Science Officer of Avrio Analytics, Mik Bertolli will discuss the importance of keeping your audience engaged, stimulated and excited to learn through various styles of content delivery. They will also discuss the need to use data analytics for creating measurable leadership development programs. Join them, as they share real-life examples of how simulations can be combined with analytics to assess leader potential as well as their ability to adapt to new behaviors in the workplace.

The Future of Work & Its Impact on HR

In the next 4 years we will witness the greatest amount of change ever in the world of work. How prepared are you? There are huge similarities in the approaches being taken to both the future of work and climate change. It’s out there, we know it’s happening; but we are too busy in our daily work to give it sufficient time and thought, thereby limiting our capacity to adapt before it’s too late.

Join John Fitzgerald as he reveals the 9 critical human skills necessary in the workforce to stay ahead of the rate of change.

It’s Never too Soon: Creating a Measurable Leadership Development Program for your Emerging Leaders

Ever hear the phrase “What got you here won’t get you there?” This is especially true for new managers. What got them promoted was an ability to do their job well as an individual contributor. But to be a successful first time manager, requires a major transition for which many people are not adequately prepared. Organizations, on average, don’t invest in their leaders until the age of 42, or 10 years after they have been promoted. That is 10 years of learning bad behaviors. Behaviors that lead to reduced productivity, reduced influence and an inability to effectively give feedback just to name a few.

Join ICC experts as they discuss how to effectively develop first time leaders for greater productivity and greater ROI for the organization.

5 Behaviors of a Cohesive Team

Learn why the Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team™ is recognized as the proven solution for developing a productive, high-performing team. Based on the best-selling leadership fable, The Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick Lencioni, The Five Behaviors resources help teams understand how to become more cohesive and productive.

Join us, and President of Business Leadership Shawna Simcik for this 1 hour complimentary webcast on building high performing teams.

Motivation to Sustain Development Momentum

Deciding to invest in your leadership development is only half the battle. Once the decision has been made, the struggle for most is maintaining that initial desire.  For example, research suggests that about 50% of people who make New Year’s resolutions give up on the resolution within the first four weeks! Leadership development, like any behavior change, requires motivation to commit initially, and motivation to sustain the process. Especially when the goal is developing a skill until it becomes a habit, daily practice is critical and motivation is a key component to ensuring the daily practice gets done. In this 1 hour webcast, we’ll offer practical tips for maintaining motivation during the leadership development process. Additionally, we will discuss ways HR/OD professionals can help leaders sustain their development momentum to achieve lasting, effective, behavior change.

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