Staffing World 2020 - Full Conference Recordings Package

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Staffing World 2020 - Recordings

 

  • Monday Super Session: ASA Leadership Hall of Fame Award and Keynote Address With Heather McGowan

    Course not yet rated Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 10/19/2020

    Each keynote presentation at Staffing World begins with a brief Super Session—designed to give you the information and inspiration you need to maximize your day.

    Each keynote presentation at Staffing World begins with a brief Super Session—designed to give you the information and inspiration you need to maximize your day. 

    Monday, Oct. 19 Super Session

    - Presentation of the ASA Leadership Hall of Fame Award
    - Keynote Address: “The Future Company: Culture, Diversity, and Identity Crisis,” presented by Heather McGowan
    - Q&A With Heather McGowan

  • Ensuring Health and Safety When Threats Are All Around

    Course not yet rated Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 10/19/2020

    ​For the staffing and recruiting industry, nothing is more important than ensuring that employees are safe at work—and Covid-19 has intensified the industry’s focus and commitment to worker safety and well-being. Join Sharon Davis as she discusses ways that Elwood Staffing Services has addressed some of the most pressing industry safety measures, including personal protective equipment (PPE) issues and regulations, new job opportunities, modified duty employees, Occupational Safety and Health Administration updates, Centers for Disease Control guidelines, and more. Health and safety may have once been as clear as day—but now, versatility and flexibility may be key.

    For the staffing and recruiting industry, nothing is more important than ensuring that employees are safe at work—and Covid-19 has intensified the industry’s focus and commitment to worker safety and well-being. Join Sharon Davis as she discusses ways that Elwood Staffing Services has addressed some of the most pressing industry safety measures, including personal protective equipment (PPE) issues and regulations, new job opportunities, modified duty employees, Occupational Safety and Health Administration updates, Centers for Disease Control guidelines, and more. Health and safety may have once been as clear as day—but now, versatility and flexibility may be key.

    Sharon Davis, CSHO

    occupational safety manager, Elwood Staffing Services

    Davis is an experienced loss prevention and safety professional. She serves as occupational safety manager for Elwood Staffing Services and has a diverse industry background developing innovative, people-focused health, safety, and risk management programs with outstanding, repeatable results. Davis is highly effective in identifying risk trends and developing solutions to eliminate, prevent, or reduce risks through loss-control programs, education, and training. She has served as chairman of the ASA workplace safety committee for six years.

  • Staffing Strong: Resilience in the Face of Adversity

    Course not yet rated Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 10/19/2020

    ​Being a staffing professional takes real grit even in the steadiest of times. This session will give staffing and recruiting professionals the tools and strategies they need to build their capacity for resilience—especially in challenging situations. You will have the opportunity to reflect upon and reimagine your choices, which impact your ability to bounce back from obstacles you may face—whether big or small. You will engage in interactive discussions with your peers to analyze and determine which strategies will produce the best results for you.

    Being a staffing professional takes real grit even in the steadiest of times. This session will give staffing and recruiting professionals the tools and strategies they need to build their capacity for resilience—especially in challenging situations. You will have the opportunity to reflect upon and reimagine your choices, which impact your ability to bounce back from obstacles you may face—whether big or small. You will engage in interactive discussions with your peers to analyze and determine which strategies will produce the best results for you.

    Kelly Irons

    chief executive officer, developUs Worldwide

    Irons is the chief executive officer of developUs, a Charlotte, NC-based employee development firm. With 20 years of training design and delivery experience, 10-plus years in leadership development roles, and a master’s degree in adult education, Irons has a long history of working with those in the learning and development field as well as audiences from a multitude of backgrounds and industries. Her leadership style and commitment to individual and organizational excellence have earned her multiple awards throughout her career. Today, her roots in human development have remained at the core of her business practice, and she operates under a guiding philosophy that to make an impact on a group, you must make an impact on the individuals that make up the group. From this foundation, her work in coaching, mentoring, and leadership emerged.

  • The Post Covid-19 Learning Landscape: Skill-Building in the Era of Remote Work

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 10/19/2020

    Learn how sellers and recruiters must adjust the way they do business in order to meet their customers and prospects where they are in today’s rapidly changing business landscape. What are the new skills needed for successful virtual selling, recruiting, and leading? How can virtual training and hybrid learning increase employee retention and productivity? You will learn the critical aspects of virtual skill-building to ensure it’s engaging, relevant, and immediately applicable, and walk away with best practices to get started regardless of marketing or internal resources.

    Learn how sellers and recruiters must adjust the way they do business in order to meet their customers and prospects where they are in today’s rapidly changing business landscape. What are the new skills needed for successful virtual selling, recruiting, and leading? How can virtual training and hybrid learning increase employee retention and productivity? You will learn the critical aspects of virtual skill-building to ensure it’s engaging, relevant, and immediately applicable, and walk away with best practices to get started regardless of marketing or internal resources.

    THIS SESSION IS SPONSORED BY

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    Mary Ann McLaughlin

    managing partner, Butler Street Consulting

    McLaughlin brings over 32 years of sales and operational experience to the Butler Street table. She has spent 13 years in roles such as chief operating officer, president, and managing director. In her career, McLaughlin has always led the way for women, including becoming the first female vice president in company history as well as earning “highest-ranking female in sales” honors. She is a Six Sigma Certified Champion, active mentor, and recreational athlete—having completed several marathons in addition to numerous triathlons.

  • Creating a Gen Z Candidate Pipeline

    Course not yet rated Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 10/19/2020

    Gen Z is the most racially and ethnically diverse generation yet. However, whether it’s struggling to attract diverse candidates or struggling to increase hiring efficiencies, many companies are grappling with how to hire top talent from this generation. In this session, you will identify strategies for efficiently and consistently filling your talent pipeline with top early-career candidates and streamlining your hiring processes to accommodate the preferences of this generation.

    Gen Z is the most racially and ethnically diverse generation yet. However, whether it’s struggling to attract diverse candidates or struggling to increase hiring efficiencies, many companies are grappling with how to hire top talent from this generation. In this session, you will identify strategies for efficiently and consistently filling your talent pipeline with top early-career candidates and streamlining your hiring processes to accommodate the preferences of this generation.

    Liz Wessel

    Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, WayUp

    Wessel is the co-founder and chief executive officer of WayUp, a platform used by millions of early-career professionals to get hired and by thousands of employers to recruit from a diverse pool of qualified early-career candidates. Founded in July 2014, WayUp is a venture-backed startup based in NYC that has raised more than $30 million and was named by CNN as one of the 30 most innovative companies. Wessel has also been a featured speaker at TEDx, the Forbes 30 Under 30 Summit, Advertising Week, TechCrunch Disrupt, SXSW, NACE, and several other notable events. Before founding WayUp, Wessel worked at Google as a product marketing manager in California and India.

  • Staffing Industry Leaders: Coaching for Performance, Unlocking Leadership Potential

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 10/19/2020

    This lively panel discussion will help business leaders at all levels and at all company sizes explore strategies and techniques for improving overall performance in their operations by influencing, motivating, and coaching employees. Panelists, representing decades of tactical experience and success, will share and analyze real-world examples of leadership development. Through the exploration of each panelist’s extensive knowledge and experience, participants will learn about proven strategies to improve their ability to lead and influence.

    This lively panel discussion will help business leaders at all levels and at all company sizes explore strategies and techniques for improving overall performance in their operations by influencing, motivating, and coaching employees. Panelists, representing decades of tactical experience and success, will share and analyze real-world examples of leadership development. Through the exploration of each panelist’s extensive knowledge and experience, participants will learn about proven strategies to improve their ability to lead and influence.

    Kathi Graham-Leviss (Moderator)

    Founder and President, XBInsight Inc.

    As a leading expert and voice in the burgeoning talent analytics field, in this era of big data in human resources, Graham-Leviss has helped thousands of Fortune 1000 chief executives, senior managers, and sales executives create high-performing work teams and more. In 2002, she founded XBInsight (formerly XB Consulting), an advanced talent assessment company that gives executives the actionable information they need to make smart people decisions. Graham-Leviss is the author of two books: The Perfect Hire: A Tactical Guide to Hiring, Developing, and Retaining Top Sales Talent and High-Maintenance Employees: Why Your Best People Will Also Be Your Most Difficult...and What You Can Do about It. She also has written numerous articles in industry and trade magazines. Graham-Leviss serves as a board member for the Fritz-Pollard Alliance Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to championing diversity and equal opportunity in the National Football League and other sports industries. Graham-Leviss earned a bachelor’s degree in communications and journalism from Boston University and conducted her graduate studies at Northeastern University’s MBA program.

    Mike Anderson

    Operating Partner, One Rock Capital Partners LLC

    Anderson is a leading consultant, helping organizations assess and improve the effectiveness of individual executives, leadership teams, boards, and organizations. With more than 20 years of experience, Anderson is an expert in executive assessment and development, leadership team optimization, and c-suite succession planning and transitioning. Most recently, he worked for Berkshire Partners, where he helped optimize executive leadership in its portfolio companies. Prior to that, Anderson spent 19 years with Spencer Stuart, most recently as the chief innovation officer and global head of products and services, overseeing substantial growth in services that complement the firm’s core search offerings. He was also elected to serve on the firm’s board of directors. Anderson earned his bachelor’s degree in economics from Harvard University and his master of business administration degree, with academic distinction, from Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business, where he was an Arjay Miller Scholar. He is a graduate of the Hudson Institute’s executive coaching program, is certified by the International Coaching Federation, and has been trained to deliver several leading assessment instruments.

    Rebecca Henderson

    CEO, Randstad global businesses and executive board member

    Henderson is the chief executive officer of Randstad Global Businesses and an executive board member of Randstad. In her role, Henderson drives the strategic direction of Randstad Sourceright, Randstad RiseSmart, and Monster, all with a focus on enterprise customer engagement—whether it be locally, across regions, or globally. With nearly 20 years of talent solutions leadership experience, Henderson has demonstrated a commitment to the advancement of women in the workforce and was instrumental in developing Randstad’s corporation-wide mentorship program, an initiative that is helping women across the company share knowledge and support career development. Henderson also serves on the board of trustees for National University. Henderson is a highly regarded leader in the talent management field and has been recognized by Staffing Industry Analysts in “The Global Power 100 Hall of Fame.”

    Loretta Penn

    Executive Coach, XBInsight Inc.

    As president from 2008 to 2011 of Spherion Staffing Services, a division of SFN Group, Penn was responsible for the company’s largest temporary and full-time staffing business unit with revenues in excess of one billion dollars. Prior to becoming president, Loretta served in an innovative role as Spherion’s chief service excellence officer, directly responsible to the chief executive officer for advancing a culture of service excellence throughout the enterprise. Previously, Loretta spent nine years in the recruiting and staffing industry with two national companies, and 10 years in sales and marketing and executive management with IBM Corp. She holds a bachelor of science degree from North Texas University and a certificate of studies from Harvard University. She serves on the board of directors for TECO Energy and for the Caruth Institute for Learning at the Lyle School of Engineering at Southern Methodist University.

    Mike Smith

    Founder, Huddle Advisory

    Smith is a business partner with deep experience working with some of the world’s most respected sports and entertainment organizations,. He launched Huddle Advisory, a human capital consulting firm, to guide leaders and teams to peak performance. Smith’s 16-season career at the NFL included several leadership roles across multiple areas, culminating with chief human resources officer during 2019. Under Smith’s CHRO leadership, the NFL continued progress on its long-term employee engagement and inclusion plan, including launching a market-leading parental leave policy. Prior to joining the NFL, Smith worked for NBC in both Los Angeles and Philadelphia and began his career with Deloitte in Philadelphia working with the office’s largest client, Comcast Corp. A Philadelphia native, Smith received his undergraduate degree from LaSalle University, his master of business administration degree from Villanova University, and completed both Stanford University’s executive program for talent leaders and Columbia University’s coaching intensive program. He is certified in several leadership assessments, including Emotional Intelligence, NBI Thinking Preferences, and DISC.

  • Taking Interviews to the Next Level With Real-Life Working Sessions

    Course not yet rated Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 10/19/2020

    ​Have your hiring managers ever left an interview without really understanding how a candidate would approach the job? They’re not alone. Rather than a routine résumé walk-through, strategic working sessions allow hiring managers to see how a candidate thinks and communicates—in the context of his or her unique needs and abilities—so managers can understand how a candidate will make an immediate impact in the role. In this session, you will learn about the tangible benefits of implementing working sessions—to give talent practitioners the tools they need to successfully bring these to life and reap the benefits of strategic candidate placement for their organizations.

    Have your hiring managers ever left an interview without really understanding how a candidate would approach the job? They’re not alone. Rather than a routine résumé walk-through, strategic working sessions allow hiring managers to see how a candidate thinks and communicates—in the context of his or her unique needs and abilities—so managers can understand how a candidate will make an immediate impact in the role. In this session, you will learn about the tangible benefits of implementing working sessions—to give talent practitioners the tools they need to successfully bring these to life and reap the benefits of strategic candidate placement for their organizations.

    Shad E. Tidler

    Consultant, Lushin and Associates

    Tidler brings a level of intensity, discipline, and contagious enthusiasm to his work and life, as well as a healthy appreciation for both challenge and change. Over the last 15 years, Tidler has worked in sales, business development, market strategy, rate negotiation and pricing management, contract negotiation, and operations in the transportation/logistics/supply chain industry in the U.S. and Asia. Over the past five years, Tidler has used his experience as a student and teacher to help business owners and their sales teams in various industries—including the staffing industry—fight through the challenges of managing and growing a strong sales pipeline. He works with sales teams by challenging their current mindset, techniques, and behaviors to build a high-growth sales organization. He knows how to loosen up the room and facilitate engaging sessions so that people walk away with a greater understanding of how to increase their sales potential and competitive advantage in the marketplace.

  • Fostering and Purposefully Shaping Workplace Culture

    Course not yet rated Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 10/19/2020

    How do you shift from asking “What is culture and why should I care about it?” to “How can I use culture as leverage in creating an organization I love to lead?” Join Jackson Healthcare’s president, Shane Jackson, as he shares how he’s learned to purposefully shape and sustain a strong, tangible workplace culture firsthand through growing Jackson Healthcare into the $1 billion company it has become. Learn the secrets of creating a culture that is something you feel when you talk with associates who describe their sense of purpose, their connection to the community, and the confidence they feel in themselves because of the clear and certain nature of the company’s values.

    How do you shift from asking “What is culture and why should I care about it?” to “How can I use culture as leverage in creating an organization I love to lead?” Join Jackson Healthcare’s president, Shane Jackson, as he shares how he’s learned to purposefully shape and sustain a strong, tangible workplace culture firsthand through growing Jackson Healthcare into the $1 billion company it has become. Learn the secrets of creating a culture that is something you feel when you talk with associates who describe their sense of purpose, their connection to the community, and the confidence they feel in themselves because of the clear and certain nature of the company’s values.

    Shane Jackson

    President, Jackson Healthcare

    Jackson is president of Jackson Healthcare, a family of 16 companies and 1,500 associates specializing in temporary and permanent health care staffing. He has also served as president of LocumTenens.com, Patient Placement Systems, and NextStart Capital. Jackson has been named among the 100 most influential people in the staffing industry by Staffing Industry Analysts and as one of the most accomplished young business leaders in Atlanta by the Atlanta Business Chronicle. He is an advocate for the power of business leaders as a positive force for people and the community—his book Fostering Culture addresses intentionally nurturing a values-led culture. Jackson serves on the board of Junior Achievement of Atlanta and the Goodman Institute. He is vice chairman of the health and wellness policy committee for the Georgia Chamber of Commerce, as well as the state’s goBeyondProfit business initiative that promotes the belief that giving back is good for business and good for Georgia. Jackson earned a master of business administration degree from Emory University, and a bachelor of business administration degree from Harding University. He and his wife reside in Alpharetta, GA, with their three children.

  • Tuesday Super Session and Keynote Presentation by Erik Qualman

    Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 10/20/2020

    Each keynote presentation at Staffing World begins with a brief Super Session—designed to give you the information and inspiration you need to maximize your day.

    Each keynote presentation at Staffing World begins with a brief Super Session—designed to give you the information and inspiration you need to maximize your day. 

    Tuesday, Oct. 20 Super Session

    - Presentation of the National Staffing Employee of the Year Award
    - Annual Membership Meeting
    - Keynote Address: “Digital Transformation: Design Your Future,” presented by Erik Qualman
    - Q&A With Erik Qualman


    SPONSORED BY

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    Erik Qualman

    EqualMan

    Digital leadership and transformation visionary Erik Qualman says his work includes technology choices and solutions—but at its core, it’s about people. Qualman helps business leaders and their companies succeed and grow by embracing and harnessing the power of a digital world, a world that continues to be fueled by relationships and connections.  

  • Rise of the Robots: Friend or Foe for Women in the Future of Work

    Course not yet rated Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 10/20/2020

    Studies show that companies with women on their leadership teams perform better—but how will the future of work affect the strides women continue to make? Among the factors that can result in gender inequality in the workplace, technology and automation pose the greatest peril. In this session, explore technology-based factors creating roadblocks for women and how you can remove those barriers at your company right now. You will also take away strategies that address the future of diversity and inclusion (D&I). According to the World Economic Forum, 57% of jobs currently filled by women will be at risk from technology advancements between now and 2026. Make sure your company can respond to new challenges, fuel innovation, and drive better business outcomes now and in the future because it has a comprehensive D&I plan in place.

    Studies show that companies with women on their leadership teams perform better—but how will the future of work affect the strides women continue to make? Among the factors that can result in gender inequality in the workplace, technology and automation pose the greatest peril. In this session, explore technology-based factors creating roadblocks for women and how you can remove those barriers at your company right now. You will also take away strategies that address the future of diversity and inclusion (D&I). According to the World Economic Forum, 57% of jobs currently filled by women will be at risk from technology advancements between now and 2026. Make sure your company can respond to new challenges, fuel innovation, and drive better business outcomes now and in the future because it has a comprehensive D&I plan in place.

    SPONSORED BY

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    Audra Jenkins

    Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer, Randstad Holding NV

    Jenkins, as chief diversity and inclusion officer, is responsible for working with Randstad’s U.S. operating companies to further diversity strategies both internally and externally to elevate the diversity mission for clients and for Randstad overall. With more than 20 years of human resources, diversity, and compliance experience, Jenkins also helps run Randstad’s Hire Hope program, a program designed by Randstad to provide career readiness training and job placement services to underserved and at-risk women, which includes survivors of exploitation and trafficking. Prior to joining Randstad, Jenkins served as director of human resources for Acuity Brands Specialty Products, where she was responsible for managing human resources, recruitment, diversity, and compliance and served on the organization’s chief executive counsel board. Jenkins holds a master of business administration degree with a human resources concentration, and a bachelor’s degree in finance, from the University of North Carolina. A member of the Society for Human Resource Management, Jenkins’ credentials include a Certified Diversity Professional, a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources, a SHRM Senior Certified Professional, and a Six Sigma Green Belt.