Virtual Learning System

Virtual Learning Sessions on Developing Leaders in an Organization Using Proven Models

National HRD Network in association with Kwench is pleased to announce the upcoming Virtual Learning Session on "Developing Leaders from Within the Organisation Using Proven Models' on Friday, 23rd August 2013 at 1500hrs.

Session Insight

Leadership is not a style - it is a set of choices and actions that can be learned. To grow in a leadership role, one has to come out of his comfort zone and challenge himself in unexplored territories of work and life. The unexplored territories are what we call, the areas of risk, difficulty and discomfort. Leadership requires the ability to define clear vision that brings value to the workplace, the ability to provide direction, and the ability to create an atmosphere of energy, excitement and involvement.

This session is designed to challenge and assist everyone striving to improve leadership skills by clarifying both what these skills are and how to use them. It will help you understand the choices leaders make and the atmosphere they create, examining in depth seven qualities of effective leadership taking the metaphor from the life of an eagle.

Speaker:

Mr. Anand Pillai
Sr. Executive Vice President & Chief Learning Officer,
Reliance Industries Ltd.

 
 

About Kwench

Kwench is a next-generation cloud based employee engagement platform that facilitates companies to engage their workforce through various offerings such as Corporate library platform, Social rewards and recognition platform, Enterprise collaboration platform and Channel incentive management platform. More than 400 companies use one or more of offerings on the 'kwench platform to engage their employees.

 
 

About National HRD Network

The National HRD Network (NHRDN) set‐up 25 years ago is proud to play a leadership role and become a harbinger of change for people development in India. With more than 12,500+ members and 30 active chapters, representing and having an influence on 90% (approx.) of HR leadership in Corporate India. The National HRD Network is an association of professionals committed to promoting the HRD movement in the country and enhancing the capability of human resource professionals in order to make an impactful contribution to enhancing competitiveness and creating value. NHRDN has become the apex body of providing thought leadership and facilitating change through training, research and experience sharing.

 
 

Registration Details:

Space is limited. Block your Virtual Learning Session seat now at::

https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/579139930

 
 

Virtual Learning Sessions on Developing Leaders in an Organization Using Proven Models

National HRD Network in association with Kwench is pleased to announce the upcoming Virtual Learning Session on "Developing Leaders from Within the Organisation Using Proven Models' on Friday, 23rd August 2013 at 1500hrs.

Session Insight

Leadership is not a style - it is a set of choices and actions that can be learned. To grow in a leadership role, one has to come out of his comfort zone and challenge himself in unexplored territories of work and life. The unexplored territories are what we call, the areas of risk, difficulty and discomfort. Leadership requires the ability to define clear vision that brings value to the workplace, the ability to provide direction, and the ability to create an atmosphere of energy, excitement and involvement.

This session is designed to challenge and assist everyone striving to improve leadership skills by clarifying both what these skills are and how to use them. It will help you understand the choices leaders make and the atmosphere they create, examining in depth seven qualities of effective leadership taking the metaphor from the life of an eagle.

Speaker:

Mr. Anand Pillai
Sr. Executive Vice President & Chief Learning Officer,
Reliance Industries Ltd.

 
 

About Kwench

Kwench is a next-generation cloud based employee engagement platform that facilitates companies to engage their workforce through various offerings such as Corporate library platform, Social rewards and recognition platform, Enterprise collaboration platform and Channel incentive management platform. More than 400 companies use one or more of offerings on the 'kwench platform to engage their employees.

 
 

About National HRD Network

The National HRD Network (NHRDN) set‐up 25 years ago is proud to play a leadership role and become a harbinger of change for people development in India. With more than 12,500+ members and 30 active chapters, representing and having an influence on 90% (approx.) of HR leadership in Corporate India. The National HRD Network is an association of professionals committed to promoting the HRD movement in the country and enhancing the capability of human resource professionals in order to make an impactful contribution to enhancing competitiveness and creating value. NHRDN has become the apex body of providing thought leadership and facilitating change through training, research and experience sharing.

 
 

Registration Details:

Space is limited. Block your Virtual Learning Session seat now at::

https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/579139930

 
 

Virtual Learning Session on the power of followership

National HRD Network in association with Wiztango is pleased to announce the upcoming Virtual Learning Session on "The Power of Followership" on Friday, 8th March 2013 at 1500 hrs.

One of the key factors that impact the effectiveness of any learning and development initiative is employee engagement. Organizations are using Wiztango to achieve it.

Followership contributes massively to the success of all organizations but our almost hard-wired obsession with "hero spearheads" keeps us from considering the nature and importance of great followers. spearheadship is crucially important, but perhaps in searching so zealously for great people we have lost sight of the fact that not everyone can be – a "great spearhead" but we ALL have the to be great followers. Great followers have the ability to transform business but the skills required to do this are often ignored.

So, what are the skills and how can HR professionals help to promote and unleash the huge untapped power of followership to raise the performance bar in their organizations?

Be a part of an interactive, thought provoking session and be prepared to look in to the mirror and ask yourself this question: "Have I got what it takes to be a great follower"

Speaker:

BOB JONES

Bob joined IDG in 2001 and has been a board member since 2008. He is responsible for the sales, design and delivery of our award-winning large-scale spearheadship development programmes some of which have realised millions of pounds in payback benefits for our blue-chip clients. Bob is one of the few people that you will ever meet with a degree in Ancient & Modern Greek and following a graduate trainee management role in the aluminium industry, he put this to good use by setting up his own business supplying management development programmes in Thessaloniki in Northern Greece.

After five years in Greece, he spent a further five years helping to establish multi-disciplinary training and development infrastructures - first of all for the Sultan of Oman's Military and then for Petromin Shell in Saudi Arabia.

On returning to the UK, he worked in project management for System Applied Technology - a consultancy specialising in software systems incorporating elements of artificial intelligence, such as expert-systems and user-modelling before taking up a business manager role in the Philips Electronics.

In 1990 he joined the Management Development Practice of PA Consulting Group where he spent the 10 years prior to joining IDG working with many clients across a wide variety of sectors - both in the UK, Europe, USA and Malaysia.

Bob is a passionate speaker on the subject of The Power of Followership. Whilst acknowledging that spearheadship is crucially important, he claims that in searching so zealously for great spearheads we have lost sight of the fact that not everyone can be – or wants to be – a "great spearhead" but we ALL have the power to be great followers. Great followers have the ability to transform a business but the skills required to do this are often ignored and he sees his mission as helping organisations to promote and unleash the huge untapped power of followership in order to raise the performance bar in a sustainable way.

Bob is a qualified in both MBTI and Firo-B.

 
 

Followership webinar activity created on Wiztango.

http://www.wiztango.com/ap/1898-nhrd/followership/bob-jones

 
 

Registration Details:

Space is limited. Block your Virtual Learning Session seat now at:

https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/282135178

No Participation Fee For more Information: write to sukrit.ghosh@nationalhrd.org or call at +91-9899114106

http://www.wiztango.com/ap/2084-nhrd/performance-management

Wiztango is proud to be associated with NHRD.

 
 

Virtual Learning Session on the power of followership

National HRD Network in association with Wiztango is pleased to announce the upcoming Virtual Learning Session on "The Power of Followership" on Friday, 8th March 2013 at 1500 hrs.

One of the key factors that impact the effectiveness of any learning and development initiative is employee engagement. Organizations are using Wiztango to achieve it.

Followership contributes massively to the success of all organizations but our almost hard-wired obsession with "hero spearheads" keeps us from considering the nature and importance of great followers. spearheadship is crucially important, but perhaps in searching so zealously for great people we have lost sight of the fact that not everyone can be – a "great spearhead" but we ALL have the to be great followers. Great followers have the ability to transform business but the skills required to do this are often ignored.

So, what are the skills and how can HR professionals help to promote and unleash the huge untapped power of followership to raise the performance bar in their organizations?

Be a part of an interactive, thought provoking session and be prepared to look in to the mirror and ask yourself this question: "Have I got what it takes to be a great follower"

Speaker:

BOB JONES

Bob joined IDG in 2001 and has been a board member since 2008. He is responsible for the sales, design and delivery of our award-winning large-scale spearheadship development programmes some of which have realised millions of pounds in payback benefits for our blue-chip clients. Bob is one of the few people that you will ever meet with a degree in Ancient & Modern Greek and following a graduate trainee management role in the aluminium industry, he put this to good use by setting up his own business supplying management development programmes in Thessaloniki in Northern Greece.

After five years in Greece, he spent a further five years helping to establish multi-disciplinary training and development infrastructures - first of all for the Sultan of Oman's Military and then for Petromin Shell in Saudi Arabia.

On returning to the UK, he worked in project management for System Applied Technology - a consultancy specialising in software systems incorporating elements of artificial intelligence, such as expert-systems and user-modelling before taking up a business manager role in the Philips Electronics.

In 1990 he joined the Management Development Practice of PA Consulting Group where he spent the 10 years prior to joining IDG working with many clients across a wide variety of sectors - both in the UK, Europe, USA and Malaysia.

Bob is a passionate speaker on the subject of The Power of Followership. Whilst acknowledging that spearheadship is crucially important, he claims that in searching so zealously for great spearheads we have lost sight of the fact that not everyone can be – or wants to be – a "great spearhead" but we ALL have the power to be great followers. Great followers have the ability to transform a business but the skills required to do this are often ignored and he sees his mission as helping organisations to promote and unleash the huge untapped power of followership in order to raise the performance bar in a sustainable way.

Bob is a qualified in both MBTI and Firo-B.

 
 

Followership webinar activity created on Wiztango.

http://www.wiztango.com/ap/1898-nhrd/followership/bob-jones

 
 

Registration Details:

Space is limited. Block your Virtual Learning Session seat now at:

https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/282135178

No Participation Fee For more Information: write to sukrit.ghosh@nationalhrd.org or call at +91-9899114106

http://www.wiztango.com/ap/2084-nhrd/performance-management

Wiztango is proud to be associated with NHRD.

 
 

Virtual Learning Session on Quality of Hire

The National HRD Network in association with LinkedIn is pleased to announce its upcoming Virtual Learning Session on "Quality of Hire- Are we searching for the Holy Grail ? " on Friday, 30th August, 2013 at 1500 hrs.

Prior research on recruitment has studied pre-hire outcomes ((e.g., number of applicants, job offer acceptance rates), Post-hire outcomes (e.g. job performance, employee turnover), recruitment objectives (cost of hire, time to hire, number of positions filled, diversity, channels of hire) . These remain the conventional yardsticks to measure a recruitment functions' effectiveness. However, HR functions link HR practices to business outcomes. It therefore becomes important for the recruitment function to look beyond inward focussed conventional recruitment metrics and understand the linkage between their hiring practices to key parameters of organization performance. Organizations today place too much emphasis on two basic metrics –Time to fill and Cost Per Hire and neglect to sufficiently debate upon, identify and measure of a new age parameter called Quality of Hire. However, conventional practices of measuring this critical parameter by practitioners cause this parameter to primarily function as a "lag" indicator. Since hindsight is always 20-20, the challenge still remains for Talent Acquisition functions to then define and measure in ways that are proactively yielding desired business outcomes. How to do this seems to be the million dollar question !

LinkedIn will also share their 2013 Global recruitment trends survey findings and talk about how Indian recruiters today are emphasizing on quality talent.

Speaker:

Debolina Dutta
GM-HR, Talent Acquisition,
United Spirits Ltd

Debolina Dutta has 22 years of work experience in HR & Sales domain. She had a degree in Electrical Engineering from College of Engineering, Pune and a Post Graduate Degree in Software Enterprise Management from IIM, Bangalore. She is working as GM-HR with United Spirits Ltd, Bangalore and currently enrolled in the FPM –Industry program at IIM Indore for her doctoral program. She has published numerous articles and business case studies in prestigious journals , including HBS and Richard-Ivey.

 
 

Registration Details:

Space is limited. Reserve your Virtual Learning Session seat now at::

https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/624718106

 
 

Virtual Learning Session on Quality of Hire

The National HRD Network in association with LinkedIn is pleased to announce its upcoming Virtual Learning Session on "Quality of Hire- Are we searching for the Holy Grail ? " on Friday, 30th August, 2013 at 1500 hrs.

Prior research on recruitment has studied pre-hire outcomes ((e.g., number of applicants, job offer acceptance rates), Post-hire outcomes (e.g. job performance, employee turnover), recruitment objectives (cost of hire, time to hire, number of positions filled, diversity, channels of hire) . These remain the conventional yardsticks to measure a recruitment functions' effectiveness. However, HR functions link HR practices to business outcomes. It therefore becomes important for the recruitment function to look beyond inward focussed conventional recruitment metrics and understand the linkage between their hiring practices to key parameters of organization performance. Organizations today place too much emphasis on two basic metrics –Time to fill and Cost Per Hire and neglect to sufficiently debate upon, identify and measure of a new age parameter called Quality of Hire. However, conventional practices of measuring this critical parameter by practitioners cause this parameter to primarily function as a "lag" indicator. Since hindsight is always 20-20, the challenge still remains for Talent Acquisition functions to then define and measure in ways that are proactively yielding desired business outcomes. How to do this seems to be the million dollar question !

LinkedIn will also share their 2013 Global recruitment trends survey findings and talk about how Indian recruiters today are emphasizing on quality talent.

Speaker:

Debolina Dutta
GM-HR, Talent Acquisition,
United Spirits Ltd

Debolina Dutta has 22 years of work experience in HR & Sales domain. She had a degree in Electrical Engineering from College of Engineering, Pune and a Post Graduate Degree in Software Enterprise Management from IIM, Bangalore. She is working as GM-HR with United Spirits Ltd, Bangalore and currently enrolled in the FPM –Industry program at IIM Indore for her doctoral program. She has published numerous articles and business case studies in prestigious journals , including HBS and Richard-Ivey.

 
 

Registration Details:

Space is limited. Reserve your Virtual Learning Session seat now at::

https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/624718106

 
 

Greetings from National HRD Network and LinkedIn

The National HRD Network in association with LinkedIn is pleased to announce its upcoming Virtual Learning Session on "Global Recruiting Trends " on Friday, 12th July, 2013 at 1500 hrs.

Global recruitment trends survey gauge the thoughts of talent acquisition leaders worldwide on topics that define their success. These include hiring and budget trends, employer branding, source of quality hires and competitive threats. This year the survey was conducted across 19 countries among 3300 talent acquisition leaders with 274 leaders from India. The Top 5 trends which will bring about a fundamental shift in the field of recruitment in 2013 and beyond are related to the following topics:

  • Employer Branding
  • Internal Hiring
  • Data
  • Mobile Recruiting and
  • Source of Quality Hires

Speaker:

Al Jagannath
Director Trade Marketing
LinkedIn

Al Jagannath is the Director of Trade Marketing at LinkedIn India. He has vast experience across diverse industries from consumer and business categories including Sun Microsystems, Satyam Computers, VMware and now LinkedIn

 
 

Registration Details:

Space is limited. Reserve your Webinar seat now at:

https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/449939506

 
 

Greetings from National HRD Network and LinkedIn

The National HRD Network in association with LinkedIn is pleased to announce its upcoming Virtual Learning Session on "Global Recruiting Trends " on Friday, 12th July, 2013 at 1500 hrs.

Global recruitment trends survey gauge the thoughts of talent acquisition leaders worldwide on topics that define their success. These include hiring and budget trends, employer branding, source of quality hires and competitive threats. This year the survey was conducted across 19 countries among 3300 talent acquisition leaders with 274 leaders from India. The Top 5 trends which will bring about a fundamental shift in the field of recruitment in 2013 and beyond are related to the following topics:

  • Employer Branding
  • Internal Hiring
  • Data
  • Mobile Recruiting and
  • Source of Quality Hires

Speaker:

Al Jagannath
Director Trade Marketing
LinkedIn

Al Jagannath is the Director of Trade Marketing at LinkedIn India. He has vast experience across diverse industries from consumer and business categories including Sun Microsystems, Satyam Computers, VMware and now LinkedIn

 
 

Registration Details:

Space is limited. Reserve your Webinar seat now at:

https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/449939506

 
 

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The Case for a OE group in organizations & a OE body of Knowledge in HRD By R. Anand, Convener, OE Core Group, NHRDN; Amit Malik, Co-Convener; Dhananjay Singh, Executive Director, NHRDN;
The Case for a OE group in organizations & a OE body of Knowledge in HRD By R. Anand, Convener, OE Core Group, NHRDN; Amit Malik, Co-Convener; Dhananjay Singh, Executive Director, NHRDN;
The distance organizations need to travel from ‘Good’ to ‘Great’ depends a lot on their ability to deliver sustained business performance that creates a win-win for all key stakeholders. A key enabler to this is a robust Performance Management system that motivates employees to take stretch goals and reward them for the meaningful contributions.
Planning for talent – quality and quantity – and then attracting them is one of the constant challenges HR professionals face in today’s War for Talent. Does your organization have a formal manpower planning process? What are the recruitment channels you use most frequently? What recruitment metrics are used by organizations?