Offboarding is an often-overlooked area of the employee life cycle that is becoming increasingly more important as the workforce changes. Between the increasing number of individuals that ping pong back and forth between organizations (AKA the Boomerang Effect) to the reputation attributed to your company through alumni and other social networks, it is imperative that you protect your employer’s brand while offboarding employees. Doing so ensures your ability to continue to attract the best talent to your company in the future.
Please join Nina Woodard as she explores best offboarding practices and how they impact your bottom line. She will demonstrate offboarding’s direct ROI and how it can dramatically impact your talent acquisition strategies, who buys your products, and how well your company is prepared for a changing workforce. Finally she will show that by giving employees the red carpet treatment during their exit, they will be better brand ambassadors, and better spokespeople and allies, telling their talented colleagues about your organization… they might even work for you again!
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
Just a sampling of what this webinar will cover:
- Understand how offboarding impacts your bottom line and talent acquisition strategies
- Learn how to properly offboard employees, giving them the ‘red carpet treatment’
- Develop ways to monitor your employer brand
- Learn how to develop alumni networks to engage your alumni employees in being brand ambassadors
- Learn to reframe the “exit interview” conversation to a “feedback interview”
- Develop a strategy for allowing employees to leave on their own and transition due to performance issues versus being fired
- Learn the benefits to hiring boomerang employees who already understand your company culture and industry
- AND MUCH MORE!
YOUR CONFERENCE LEADER
Your conference leader for “Employee Offboarding Best Practices: Protect Your Company’s Reputation and Ensure Smooth Transitions” is Nina E. Woodard. Ms. Woodard serves as the president and Chief ‘N’ Sights officer for Nina E. Woodard & Associates. Using customized executive coaching and strategic business consulting strategies, Ms. Woodard strives to heighten confidence in business leaders as they move into overseas markets. Her approach helps executives increase their understanding of the cultural nuances influencing business in and outside the US to engage in more meaningful and productive communications with overseas colleagues all for the purpose of increasing business results. Utilizing her own personally tested and developed management techniques, Humnipotent Management Techniques?, she offers a unique approach to organizational effectiveness that spans generations and cultures.
She is a lecturer at Cal State San Marcos in the College of Business and at Claremont Lincoln University for their SHRM Certification Preparation Virtual Program.
Nina’s career has encompassed 32 years in the field of banking. Her rich human resources background includes leadership roles in practical day to day activity as well as significant change initiatives, including M and A work and establishing a shared services center for finance. She has worked across North, Central and South America, in the Middle East and in Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Nepal, Singapore, Thailand and Taiwan. These experiences have given her a truly global business perspective. In all of her roles she worked as an HR strategic business partner with the line managers she supported.
She is the mentor and business coach and an independent director for Husys Consulting in India. She serves as a member of the advisory team for World HR Congress and Asia Pacific HR Congress. She is also a past president for San Diego SHRM and currently serves on the board managing special projects and on the CalSHRM board as college relations director. She is also a member of the finance committee for Saint Thomas More, Church and the chair for the Vista Silver Star Foundation.