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Video Seminars

Watch interview style videos of your favourite IIDM contributors outlining best practice on the latest business and leadership challenges.

The embedded videos on this page are extracts of full Video Seminars, click 'Full Video Seminar' to view each complete series.

 

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Video Seminar: Workforce Strategic Planning

Considering that the people factor accounts for between 30-80% of the total cost of a business, and...

Video Seminar: Business Writing Best Practice

This video covers the principals of effective non-fiction writing. If you want to improve your...

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Total 77 articles in this section.
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Video Seminar: Becoming The Leader Others Will Follow

By Shelley Flett

Employees today want a leader who is inspiring, cares about people and is interested in growth and development. This means, as a leader, you must be intentional in your actions and be aware of what’s going on around you, rather than simply doing what’s automatic. One must not come at the expense of the other. For new leaders in particular, the concept of finding a balance between people and task can become overwhelming. In this interview we talk to the author of The Dynamic Leader, Shelley Flett, who shares the importance of leaders nurturing relationships as well as driving performance. She shares opportunities for leaders to improve how they engage, enable and influence along with the importance of holding both yourself and others accountable to commitments.

Video Seminar: How To Become An Effective Career Coaching Leader

By Greg Smith

Taking a proactive interest in your employees’ development and careers has never been more important. Technology advances associated with AI and automation combined with the rise of the gig/sharing economies is fast reshaping employment markets. This means many employees will need to develop new skills and contemplate new careers. Soft skills will become a critical capability in the new reality especially for leaders. Developing the capability to hold effective career conversations with your employees is an exceptional opportunity to build trust and a strong connection with your employees at a time of great change and when they may need your help the most. This is foundational to strong employee engagement, productivity and organisational success. Becoming a career coaching leader will become a requisite skill and should be incorporated into all leaders everyday leadership routine. Career Conversations: how to get the best from your talent pool is a step by step guide into how to become a career coaching leader.

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