​​​​​​​On-Demand Webinars: Talent Management​

​These webinars focus on HR best practices to track and manage employee talent. Topics include attracting and recruiting quality candidates in a competitive environment, managing and defining competitive salaries, training and development, performance management processes, retention programs and promotion and transitioning.

This program will examine these questions and other considerations to ensure that businesses are making smart decisions if they elect to allow employees to perform tasks outside the traditional workplace.


In this session, learn about the five key trends that will shape the future of work and consider how you can best prepare for them in your organization.


  • Gender Parity in Our Organizations: What Measures Translate into Meaningful Results?

The purposes of this webinar is to explain in detail why the Women in Governance Parity Certification is important, as well as explain the features of an organization that is successful in moving the needle towards parity. It will also debunk some of the myths or excuses as to why we do not see equal representation of women in organizations. Finally, it will define the value of the Parity Certification as a tool to assess the current state of the organization and determine what tactical measures can be put in place to close the critical gaps as expeditiously as possible, and how to ensure this is not an isolated event but something that is sustainable over time.


In this program you will learn what you can, and cannot, ask during an interview, how to reduce your likelihood of human rights complaints, and how best to protect yourself when working with a recruiter.  

In this session, we'll take a deep dive into the concept of workplace inclusion. Using case studies from the Best Workplaces in Canada, we'll show you how the most Inclusive organizations are better able to cultivate the human potential of all their people—and outperform their competitors.


This webinar will provide best practices for dealing with employee conflict, and when to stay neutral (or not).  It will also examine some common employee conflict scenarios that may lead to legal action against an employer, an employee, or both, and how to avoid these scenarios.

Join Dr. David Rock (Director, NeuroLeadership Institute) as he shares the latest research and industry insights around the diversity & inclusion challenge. Participants will explore why diverse teams are smarter, how inclusion efforts can backfire, and where organizational missteps are common.

This program will take you through the results the McQuaig Self-Development report so that you are able to highlight the development of skills required to leverage strengths, improve areas of development and implement personal development plans within the organization.


This one-hour webinar will focus on the Discoverability Network that has been developed specifically for employers to help them access talent from the underutilized talent pool of persons with disabilities. The network has been developed by employer associations for employers.



  • Inclusivity: give your company the edge in finding talent

This one hour webinar that will focus on the how the AODA helps develop inclusive environments and why inclusive environments are important in today's search for talent. Learn about accessible recruitment, the accommodation process, return to work practices and single portal to access talent from Ontario's post-secondary institutions.

In this fast-paced, evidence-based webinar you will gain new insight, tools and approaches to support you as Senior Executives leading your organizations through the Talent Revolution. The session will identify how longevity and demographic change is the most impactful trend in today's workplaces and what leading organizations are doing to capitalize on an intergenerational workforce.

Thinking about creating an internship to deliver work integrated learning? Looking to improve your existing experiences to engage early in career talent?

Based on RBC's experience and extensive research with young people, this webinar will discuss the critical elements of a great internship and take you through the specifics of creating your internship across the entire HR life cycle.

Whether you're creating an experience for a single person or a few hundred people, you'll hear about the guiding principles and tools that will help you on your journey in creating great, high-quality experiential learning.

This webinar will assist you in learning how to build a plan that addresses the current and pending labour shortage and continues to position your organization as the recognized industry leader in attracting and retaining talent that supports the company's strategies and business goals consistently.


This webinar will help you better understand the challenges young people face as they transition from school to work and the business case and benefits of hiring individuals who are early in their careers. 


  • Gender Communication Strategies

In this webinar, we will highlight typical communication barriers between genders and we will explore the different ways men and women communicate and make decisions.  As you bridge communication issues, you build stronger networks and stronger teams to better deliver on your organization's mission.

Explore several alternatives to the traditional full-time employee and learn about the risks and rewards associated with each.


In this webinar on Canadian immigration issues. You will learn what it takes to get foreign workers here, red flags to watch for and how to fix them, which offices or facilities to contact for particular types of cases, how to strategize for the fastest way to get people to Canada, and much more. And these issues may become much more significant given the changes south of the border.

Every conversation is an opportunity to impact performance. This webinar will give you the tools to ensure every conversation is productive, fosters greater commitment and garners results. This is an opportunity to learn why well intended conversations often go "off the rails" and how to keep that from happening.


  • Employer Success Stories: Tapping into Immigrant Talent

This webinar will provides listeners with case studies of employers that looked to immigrant talent and labour to solve immediate labour market and skills needs, and the innovative strategies they employed to address barriers and challenge.

This webinar will provide participants with an increased understanding of these Syrian refugees and their wealth of talent. It will inform employers and recruiters how to access this population to meet their labour force needs.

Webinar participants will come away with a practical understanding of the tool and best practice measures that an organization can do beyond compliance with legislation to create a culture of accessibility and inclusion. They can also get some questions answered that relate to practical aspects of making our organizations more accessible.


In this session, learn how hiring incentive programs can help you connect with the talent you need.


  • Innovation in On-lin​e Recruitment

In this session, learn how Magnet in partnership with Hire Immigrants can help you access those broader talent pools by usin​g one system to recruit and hire pre-qualified local, national and global talent at a low cost. Plus, learn how you can access the tools and resources you need to better recruit and retain internationally-trained professionals. ​

This webinar guides employers on how to effectively prevent, recognize, respond to and address creed-based discrimination in the workplace.

​Social media, mobile, online, etc. What does it all mean and how can employers effectively recruit and be noticed in a competitive digital age? This webinar focuses on digital recruiting trends , and how to put together an effective digital attraction strategy integrating all digital channels so candidates can easily and effectively find your opportunities in real time.

This webinar examines the current state of women in Canadian corporate leadership, the benefits of having more diverse corporate boards and leadership teams, steps that have been taken to address the issue, and the role of HR professionals in accelerating the pace of change for women in leadership.

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​These webinars focus on HR best practices to track and manage employee talent. Topics include attracting and recruiting quality candidates in a competitive environment, managing and defining competitive salaries, training and development, performance management processes, retention programs and promotion and transitioning.

This program will examine these questions and other considerations to ensure that businesses are making smart decisions if they elect to allow employees to perform tasks outside the traditional workplace.


In this session, learn about the five key trends that will shape the future of work and consider how you can best prepare for them in your organization.


  • Gender Parity in Our Organizations: What Measures Translate into Meaningful Results?

The purposes of this webinar is to explain in detail why the Women in Governance Parity Certification is important, as well as explain the features of an organization that is successful in moving the needle towards parity. It will also debunk some of the myths or excuses as to why we do not see equal representation of women in organizations. Finally, it will define the value of the Parity Certification as a tool to assess the current state of the organization and determine what tactical measures can be put in place to close the critical gaps as expeditiously as possible, and how to ensure this is not an isolated event but something that is sustainable over time.


In this program you will learn what you can, and cannot, ask during an interview, how to reduce your likelihood of human rights complaints, and how best to protect yourself when working with a recruiter.  

In this session, we'll take a deep dive into the concept of workplace inclusion. Using case studies from the Best Workplaces in Canada, we'll show you how the most Inclusive organizations are better able to cultivate the human potential of all their people—and outperform their competitors.


This webinar will provide best practices for dealing with employee conflict, and when to stay neutral (or not).  It will also examine some common employee conflict scenarios that may lead to legal action against an employer, an employee, or both, and how to avoid these scenarios.

Join Dr. David Rock (Director, NeuroLeadership Institute) as he shares the latest research and industry insights around the diversity & inclusion challenge. Participants will explore why diverse teams are smarter, how inclusion efforts can backfire, and where organizational missteps are common.

This program will take you through the results the McQuaig Self-Development report so that you are able to highlight the development of skills required to leverage strengths, improve areas of development and implement personal development plans within the organization.


This one-hour webinar will focus on the Discoverability Network that has been developed specifically for employers to help them access talent from the underutilized talent pool of persons with disabilities. The network has been developed by employer associations for employers.



  • Inclusivity: give your company the edge in finding talent

This one hour webinar that will focus on the how the AODA helps develop inclusive environments and why inclusive environments are important in today's search for talent. Learn about accessible recruitment, the accommodation process, return to work practices and single portal to access talent from Ontario's post-secondary institutions.

In this fast-paced, evidence-based webinar you will gain new insight, tools and approaches to support you as Senior Executives leading your organizations through the Talent Revolution. The session will identify how longevity and demographic change is the most impactful trend in today's workplaces and what leading organizations are doing to capitalize on an intergenerational workforce.

Thinking about creating an internship to deliver work integrated learning? Looking to improve your existing experiences to engage early in career talent?

Based on RBC's experience and extensive research with young people, this webinar will discuss the critical elements of a great internship and take you through the specifics of creating your internship across the entire HR life cycle.

Whether you're creating an experience for a single person or a few hundred people, you'll hear about the guiding principles and tools that will help you on your journey in creating great, high-quality experiential learning.

This webinar will assist you in learning how to build a plan that addresses the current and pending labour shortage and continues to position your organization as the recognized industry leader in attracting and retaining talent that supports the company's strategies and business goals consistently.


This webinar will help you better understand the challenges young people face as they transition from school to work and the business case and benefits of hiring individuals who are early in their careers. 


  • Gender Communication Strategies

In this webinar, we will highlight typical communication barriers between genders and we will explore the different ways men and women communicate and make decisions.  As you bridge communication issues, you build stronger networks and stronger teams to better deliver on your organization's mission.

Explore several alternatives to the traditional full-time employee and learn about the risks and rewards associated with each.


In this webinar on Canadian immigration issues. You will learn what it takes to get foreign workers here, red flags to watch for and how to fix them, which offices or facilities to contact for particular types of cases, how to strategize for the fastest way to get people to Canada, and much more. And these issues may become much more significant given the changes south of the border.

Every conversation is an opportunity to impact performance. This webinar will give you the tools to ensure every conversation is productive, fosters greater commitment and garners results. This is an opportunity to learn why well intended conversations often go "off the rails" and how to keep that from happening.


  • Employer Success Stories: Tapping into Immigrant Talent

This webinar will provides listeners with case studies of employers that looked to immigrant talent and labour to solve immediate labour market and skills needs, and the innovative strategies they employed to address barriers and challenge.

This webinar will provide participants with an increased understanding of these Syrian refugees and their wealth of talent. It will inform employers and recruiters how to access this population to meet their labour force needs.

Webinar participants will come away with a practical understanding of the tool and best practice measures that an organization can do beyond compliance with legislation to create a culture of accessibility and inclusion. They can also get some questions answered that relate to practical aspects of making our organizations more accessible.


In this session, learn how hiring incentive programs can help you connect with the talent you need.


  • Innovation in On-lin​e Recruitment

In this session, learn how Magnet in partnership with Hire Immigrants can help you access those broader talent pools by usin​g one system to recruit and hire pre-qualified local, national and global talent at a low cost. Plus, learn how you can access the tools and resources you need to better recruit and retain internationally-trained professionals. ​

This webinar guides employers on how to effectively prevent, recognize, respond to and address creed-based discrimination in the workplace.

​Social media, mobile, online, etc. What does it all mean and how can employers effectively recruit and be noticed in a competitive digital age? This webinar focuses on digital recruiting trends , and how to put together an effective digital attraction strategy integrating all digital channels so candidates can easily and effectively find your opportunities in real time.

This webinar examines the current state of women in Canadian corporate leadership, the benefits of having more diverse corporate boards and leadership teams, steps that have been taken to address the issue, and the role of HR professionals in accelerating the pace of change for women in leadership.

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