Events and Podcasts/Webcasts
Featured Webcasts and Podcasts
In this episode of the popular podcast Today's Inspiring Women, Tammy discusses the role of collaboration both in the workplace and for personal success, and shares leadership advice and how leadership roles are changing. Listen to the podcast
Leading Businesses Into the Future
In this webcast, Tammy outlines the 4 key strategies successful organisations are adopting today to create vibrant, meaningful organisations. This is a preview of the "Leading Businesses Into The Future" program at the London School of Business. View this webcast
Leadership Development for Millennials: Why It Matters
In this archived webcast (registration required), Jay Jamrog, Vice President of Research for i4cp, and Tammy Erickson of Tammy Erickson Associates examine how organizations are preparing the Millennial generation to manage and lead effectively now and into the future. This webinar is based on the ASTD/i4cp research report, Leadership Development for Millennials: Why it Matters. View this archived webcast.
CIO Webinar: Preparing for the Next-Gen Worker: Is Your Organization Ready?
In this archived webinar (registration required), Tammy explores how -- due to the emergence of more social and collaborative ways of working -- organizations need to amend their hiring, onboarding and employee engagement practices, and fast, if they want to remain viable in the 21st century. View this webinar to learn how your organization can prepare for a new workforce and new ways of thinking about work.
Harvard Business Review Webinar: The Employee Value Proposition
In this archived webinar, Tammy explains what an employee value proposition is and how it works to attract and retain top talent, provides insights to help you leverage the distinctive attitudes of each generation to craft an employee value proposition, and describes how to create compelling benefit plans that employees will love, and that will also work for CFOs.
Podcast for IBM, May 09, 2012
Leadership Channel Podcast, October 24, 2011