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HCMG Research Findings: The Annual Human Capital Report

The Annual Human Capital Report showcases leading trends and best practices in government HR. This webinar will not only explore the report’s findings on leadership, engagement, and how to foster excellence within the federal workforce, but also feature a panel discussion led by a handful of the accomplished executives whose research contributed to the report.

Join us for our webinar: HCMG Research Findings: The Annual Human Capital Report to:
•Learn where agencies are struggling, where they are succeeding, and strategies for dealing with both
•Put some more perspective behind the report, straight from the thought leaders who contributed to it
•Discover how to prep for change amid retiring leaders and election-based turnover

We’ve assembled a panel of outstanding speakers who contributed to the report to discuss the key learnings from the research:
•Sue Engelhardt, Director of Human Resources, Headquarters, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
•Reginald Mebane, Director, Office of Equal Employment Opportunity, Senior Executive Service
•Dan Riordan, Human Capital Officer, Internal Revenue Service
•Steve Dobberowsky, Principal Consultant, Cornerstone OnDemand
•Andrew Greissman, Lead Report Researcher & Author, HCMG

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HCMG Research Findings: The Annual Human Capital Report

  1. 1. Nurturing Leaders in a Diverse and Engaged Workforce The 2016 Human Capital Management Review
  2. 2. Speakers Reginald Mebane, Director, Office of Equal Employment Opportunity, Senior Executive Service Dan Riordan, Human Capital Officer, Internal Revenue Service Steve Dobberowsky, Principal, Thought Leadership & Advisory Services, Cornerstone OnDemand Andrew Greissman, Report Author & Researcher, WBR Digital
  3. 3. Key Findings • Recruitment, development, and retention are the greatest challenges facing government HR managers • Employee dedication to their roles continues to be strong, even in the midst of a charged election year • Human capital managers must find ways to leverage employee dedication to create engagement
  4. 4. Leadership development is still in the spotlight • 42% still see leadership development as their #1 need • Have you felt leadership development become more of a focus in 2016?
  5. 5. The Millennial Question: How are agencies bringing in new workers? • 44% don’t have a Millennial recruitment strategy in place • 54% don’t have Millennial development programs in place for those they hire • What are you doing to refresh the talent entering the workforce?
  6. 6. Creating a culture of development • We found that 68% of agencies are currently investing in training and development • 51% are either successful or very successful • How do you develop talent in your organization?
  7. 7. The role of mentorship in building engagement and leadership • 61% of agencies already have mentorship programs in place • 80% engage in non- monetary recognition • How is your agency promoting mentorship?
  8. 8. Q&A Submit your questions now using the chat function!
  9. 9. Learn more about Cornerstone OnDemand at www.cornerstoneondemand.com/ federal-government

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