Managing Human Resources
The up side: someone does an excellent job I and is promoted into a position of managing people. The down side: they're given no training, no guidance and little or no support. Yet they're responsible for performance reviews, hiring and firing, discipline and compensation issues. Is this any way to run a company?
Goals: Human resources are the backbone of most companies. Utilizing people well is critical. This seminar is designed to provide managers with the tools and information they need to effectively lead, manage, encourage and protect a company's most important commodity — its people.
Steps: Working one on one, in small groups and in full group interactive sesions, managers will engage in role playing, case history, diagnostics, exercises and games designed to illuminate problems, correct perceptions, assumptions and behaviors. This will provide better tools for management choices in every situation from conducting interviews and assessing employment candidates to constructing compensation packages and incentive rewards.
Results: Better HR management leads to fewer complaints and morale problems within the staff. Managers are in touch with and confident of their ability to deal with any situation. This kind of management results in higher productivity levels, more focused employees and lower turnover. Good managers provide their staff with a sense of company pride and ownership of corporate goals and a strong base from which the company can look for future leaders.
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