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Webinar: Redefining Professional Growth
TalentMap’s Senior Consultant, David Ang, discusses what professional growth means to today’s employees who have vastly different work expectations due to advances in technology, skill sets, and market demands.
Webinar: How to Promote Praise and Influence Engagement
A well-executed employee recognition program is one piece of the foundation that creates long-lasting, sustainable engagement within organizations. TalentMap joins forces with Kudos to discuss recognition strategies and tools to boost engagement.
Webinar: How To Reduce Absenteeism & Presenteeism in the Workplace
Loss of workplace productivity results from employee health problems and/or personal issues like family illness or stress. Learn how to reduce presenteeism and absenteeism during TalentMap’s webinar.
Webinar: Helping Management Better Connect with Employees
In this webinar we address the growing conversation around the importance of emotional intelligence among management and the concept of servant leadership.
Webinar: How to Recruit, Engage and Retain the Right Talent
How do you pique the interest of amazing candidates – the type of talent you want to attract? Watch the webinar to learn how employer branding feeds recruitment, engagement, and retention.
Webinar: Handling Verbatim Comments in Your Employee Survey
Open-ended survey questions give organizations a deeper glimpse at how employees think. These verbatim comments are a goldmine of information. But how can confidentiality be assured?
Webinar: Creating an Effective Mental Health Strategy
In this webinar we provide insights about the state of mental health in the workplace and what HR professionals should consider when building a mental health strategy.
Webinar: Employee Engagement by Generation
We’ve been told our thinking and capacity to learn shifts and broadens then contracts and slows as we age. You can’t teach an old dog new tricks, “they” say. But if you ask anyone above age forty what mental age they feel they’ve stalled at, their answers might surprise and show how that chasm isn’t as wide as we’re led to believe. All the same, social scientists contend each generation can be distinguished by traits of their own, shaped by the times and experiences of their formative years. Con