HR Council Meeting - Developing ManagersName: HR Council Meeting - Developing ManagersDate: December 13, 2019Time: 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM ESTRegistration: Register NowEvent Description:Discussion - "Developing Your Managers — the Key to Profitability, Positive Culture and Overall Success of Your Company”
Have you heard this statement? "People don’t leave companies, they leave their managers.” (Gallup)
Think about your own career. Have you had a manager that caused you to be unhappy, frustrated, or just downright miserable? Many of us have. In fact, most managers are trained in management through reflecting on their own experience with good and bad managers! In this session, we’ll talk about the research behind why investing in your managers’ development is essential. We’ll talk about the types of development programs available: training, executive coaching, and mentoring — and how to decide the best option for your company.
TRI-TOWN HUMAN RESOURCES COUNCIL
The Council’s mission is to enhance the knowledge, resources and experience of its members in the field of human resources management through shared information, experiences, education and networking.
Membership in the Council is open to any business in need of assistance with its human resources function, meaning every business, as well as to independent practitioners who work with or for businesses to assistance them with their HR function. The representatives who attend and participate in meetings and events should have an interest in, involvement with or responsibility for human resources.
As members of the Council, we agree to work together to:
1. Support the Council’s mission, goals and objectives.
2. Develop an understanding of and implement the highest standards of professional conduct within our organizations and/or those of our clients.
3. Endeavor to make our organization and/or our clients successful through the support and encouragement of effective human resources practices.
4. Encourage professional development and growth in the field of human resources management.
5. Help our members to instill in their employees and employers a sense of confidence about and an understanding of the role of the human resources professional.
6. Understand all laws and regulations relating to human resources activities.
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