Build a Culture to Encourage Learning, Creativity and Collaboration

Presented by: Eve Ash & Mark Bowles

Wednesday, June 21st, 2017
1:00pm CT

What are people saying about BizLibrary webinars?

"This webinar fit perfectly with current topics being reviewed and trained in our company."
- Jennifer L
"The presenter was great. I wish every webinar I attended was this interesting. The presenter made it very exciting."
- Heather E

Eve Ash will lead you on a simple path to explore the 10 foundational steps to ensure your people love learning, collaborate productively and develop their potential to be creative and innovate. These steps will help you create a learning culture within your organization that allows continual growth and development of your biggest asset: your people.

When your people adopt a growth mindset, there’s no limit to the benefits that will positively impact your business.

In this webinar, you’ll learn to:

  • Uncover inner career passion
  • Switch on personal power
  • Connect to discovery delight
  • Find the respect torch
  • Discuss an idea every day
  • Develop collaboration strategies
  • Encourage problem solving
  • Celebrate shortcuts
  • Reward creative ideas
  • Laugh and learn from challenges

PRESENTERS

Eve Ash
Author, Speaker, Entrepreneur

Seven Dimensions

Eve Ash is an author, speaker and entrepreneur who founded SEVEN DIMENSIONS in 1979. She has produced over 700 videos on management, communication, service, best practice, health and motivation, winning over 160 international awards.

Mark Bowles
Training & Management Development Expert

Mark Bowles was part of the Seven Dimensions team with Eve Ash for 10 years, and has two decades of experience in training and management development.

FAQ

Q. What platform do you use for your webinars?
A. We use ON24 as our webinar platform.

Q. Do I need to download anything to attend?
A. No, ON24’s interface does not require a download. You’ll just need to make sure you have Adobe Flash enabled and for best results, close down any extra browser windows.

Q. How do I listen in to the webinars?
A. To listen in, you will need a pair of headphones or computer speakers. We do not provide a dial-in number for attendees.

Q. How early can I join the webinar?
A. The webinar room will open 15 minutes before the webinar starts.

Q. Do you recommend a certain browser to watch the webinar?
A. Yes, we would recommend to avoid using Internet Explorer as we found it is not as compatible with our platform.

Q. Do you offer credits for your webinars?
A. Yes, most of our webinars are approved for one hour of HRCI and SHRM general credit. In order to be approved for credits, you must attend at least 50 minutes of the webinar.

Q. How do I know if the webinar is approved for credits?
A. If a webinar is approved for SHRM or HRCI general credits, the registration page will have the SHRM and HRCI badges at the bottom of the page. If you have any questions regarding credits, email kmiller@bizlibrary.com.

Q. How will I receive my HRCI and SHRM certificate?
A. If you have attended for 50 minutes of an approved webinar, there are a few ways you can obtain your certificate. First, you can download the certificate from a widget in our platform. If you forget to download the certificate during the webinar, an email will be sent with the certificate about 2 hours after the webinar is complete.

Q. If I’m not able to watch the webinar at the live time, can I watch it later?
A. Yes! We understand that you might not be able to watch the webinar at the live time, so we offer our webinars on demand. On-demand webinars are available up until 12 months after the initial live webinar date.

Q. What if I am having trouble accessing the webinar?
A. The webinar room will open 15 minutes before the live time. If you are still having issues attending, email kmiller@bizlibrary.com.

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BizLibrary is a credit provider for HR Certification Institute (HRCI) and for the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). Viewing this webcast in its entirety qualifies for a recertification credit hour (general credit) for SHRM and HRCI. For more information visit our accredited content page.