Burnout: Prevention and Recovery

We’ve all been there. We’ve felt burnt out. Perhaps we even feel burnt out today. If you’re not experiencing burnout, the odds are someone close to you is. In this interactive session, you’ll learn the drivers that cause and sustain burnout. You’ll discover simple techniques to make yourself and those you’re responsible for more resilient to burnout and prevent it from happening in the first place. Pulling research and writings from many disciplines, we’ll help you learn what you can do — without much additional effort — to prevent and recover from burnout.

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Indianapolis, IN

Conflict De-escalation and Resolution for the HR Professional

Conflict is everywhere, and it’s unavoidable. For many of us, it can be hard to admit that we’re not as good at effectively resolving conflict as we’d like to be. However, we have different tools at our disposal that help us navigate the waters of conflict – we just must figure out how to use them. Learn to identify the conditions that create conflict, the specific causes that trigger it, and the techniques for resolving conflict. Conflict takes many forms, including the agitated employee or manager who must be redirected from the situation, helped to deescalate their anger, and finally gotten into a dialogue about how to solve the problem. In this session, we’ll address the full range of conflicts from the critical to the chronic and what to do about each of them to reach understanding – even if agreement isn’t possible.

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Conflict De-escalation and Resolution

Conflict is everywhere. Learn how to resolve conflict in a way that leaves everyone better off. From calming the angry coworker to creating harmony in instructional approach, everything you need is here.

  • De-escalate conflict quickly.
  • Locate the source of disagreements and conflicts.
  • Synthesize solutions that are good for all parties.

Designing Departmental Sites

You may have control of the home page. You may be responsible for helping departments get their sites created. However, ultimately, they’ve got to update it themselves. You don’t have time to create content for every department. You can, however, help them to be successful by helping them understand how to think from the perspective of their internal users and what they need. In this session, you’ll learn how to help departments understand the separation between their needs and others needs. You’ll learn how to help departments build a site that focuses on their internal consumers. Take these materials back home and use them to engage your departments in creating their own place on the intranet that serves their needs.

Cincinnati, OH

Records, Retention, and Discovery with SharePoint

SharePoint has an array of options for retaining, discovering, and declaring content.  Records centers and in-place retention are both options.  With so many overlapping options and features, the problem is often how to determine which feature to use.  We’ll dispel the mystery of what you can and can’t do in SharePoint (including Online).  Learn how to create holds, how to declare records in SharePoint, and the protections afforded to documents in every scenario.

From Information Professional to Change Agent

In our efforts to digitally transform our organizations, we feel increasing pressure to implement new technologies, processes and policies. And this is in addition to our day jobs. When these implementations are not perceived as being useful to our colleagues, customers and partners, we’ve got an even bigger challenge on our hand. This session is designed to help information professionals become change leaders with a framework for translating implementation plans into value and enrichment for all the stakeholders.

Key Takeaways;

  • What you can do to facilitate and encourage change in your organization – with or without executive sponsorship
  • How to communicate what needs to happen across the organization
  • How to fight with Judo instead of Karate – so you don’t have to be exhausted

Delivering on the Promise of Office 365

Managing information today means that you’ll likely be managing multiple platforms. Even if you’ve standardized on Office 365, you’re likely using different tools for different functionality. How do you make SharePoint and Office 365 deliver value as an intelligent information management platform? This roundtable is for O365 users who want to discuss best practices for:

  • Identifying appropriate and inappropriate scenarios for SharePoint
  • Designing content import strategies
  • Configuring search to improve findability
  • Selecting the right SharePoint components to create a user experience
  • Selecting and configuring information protection tools
Indianapolis, IN

Burnout Prevention and Recovery

We’ve all been there. We’ve felt burnt out. Perhaps we even feel burnt out today. If you’re not experiencing burnout, the odds are someone close to you is. In this interactive session, you’ll learn the drivers that cause and sustain burnout. You’ll discover simple techniques to make yourself and those around you more resilient to burnout and prevent it from happening in the first place. Pulling research and writings from many disciplines, we’ll help you learn what you can do — without much additional effort — to prevent and recover from burnout.

Keynote: Records Management Today and Into the Future

Records management has changed.  No longer relegated to watching over boxes of paper in the basement, records management can be a vital part of the information governance team.  We’ve transitioned from an industrial age to an information age, where records managers’ roles are to enable everyone in the organization to identify important information for both retention and destruction.  Learn three key things that power this transformation: managing the utility-risk problem, removing classification barriers, and value mapping.

Additional information coming soon!