Virtual Seminars from HRDQ-U are open enrollment, instructor-led training classes for your employees. We offer 80+ courses covering every aspect of soft skill training for your organization. Your employees will gain critical skills they can immediately apply on the job. Topics include leadership to communication, diversity to engagement, and coaching to problem solving. Each class is 3 hours of high-quality training, providing the concepts and skills your employees need.
HRDQ-U Virtual Seminars feature real-time interaction with our expert trainers and engaging professional development classes you can join on your computer, laptop, tablet, and smartphone. Enroll your learners and let them develop critical soft skills from their home or office.
HRDQ-U offers a new, live webinar every week on Wednesdays. Events are designed for consultants, trainers, coaches, and managers providing training to their teams – anyone interested in organizational, team, and individual learning. Featuring thought leaders presenting new ideas, advice, insights, and how-to on topics from leadership to teams, communication to diversity, and much more.
Most webinars are complimentary. After a webinar airs, the event is offered as a recording for viewing on-demand at any time. Recordings are not always free, so be sure to join us for the live webinar if your schedule permits.
Towers Watson conducted a Global Workforce Study and found that only about a third of the global workforce is highly engaged, leaving the remaining two-thirds less engaged or not engaged.
This is important because highly engaged employees are emotionally committed to their organization’s goals and use their discretionary effort to go the extra mile on behalf of their organization. In addition, the stock prices of organizations that are part of Fortune magazine’s “100 Best Companies to Work For” rose an average of 14 percent over a period of seven years, compared to 5 percent for the overall market. In other words, doing well for your employees results in doing well for your stockholders.
What do employees who are not highly engaged do? They might look for work elsewhere—or perhaps even worse, stay and do the bare minimum to remain employed. There are many studies that investigate why good employees leave their jobs. These studies have consistently discovered the following reasons for employee departure: lack of meaningful work, lack of trust and respect, lack of support from direct supervisors and management, lack of appreciation, constantly shifting priorities and reorganization, feeling ignored or micromanaged. This 3-hour instructor-led online seminar offers workplace tips, self-assessment exercises, real-life scenarios, practice activities, and more.