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How to Create and Support Effective Managers – HR’s Fundamental Role

Topic:
How to Create and Support Effective Managers – HR’s Fundamental Role
Date:
March 5, 2013 at 11:00 - 12:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Dwight Mihalicz MBA CMC, President(Effective Managers™)
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Description
We are working more, but not seeing more profits. We are attracting new clients, but not making an impact in the bottom line. We are running faster and more furiously than ever, and we are standing still. It’s a frustration shared by organizations ranging from small enterprises to multinational corporations. How can you build profits, increase productivity, create more robust growth, and achieve better morale among your people? Your management practices – and people – are the solution.

The effectiveness of your managers is directly tied to increased productivity and profitability. The most important relationship that employees have at work is with their immediate manager. The importance of these roles cannot be understated, but too often, management practices are not supported or structured in a way that allows for optimal results.

Effective managers matter. According to Leigh Branham, author of The 7 Hidden Reasons Employees Leave, 70 percent of employees leave a job for reasons related to factors that are directly controllable by their managers. Gallup surveys report that work groups that are ineffectively managed are 50 percent less productive and 44 percent less profitable. Managers are a conduit between the executives and the operations-level employees; when they are given the tools to achieve maximum efficiency, the results are profound.

This session gives participants an overview of the main drivers that are negatively impacting the performance of managers, and what can be done by organizations to reverse their impact from the perspective of the CEO, the head of HR, and the manager.

An introduction to the five requirements of effective managers will give participants an understanding of how managers should approach their work in order to maximize their effectiveness.

Finally, the session provides some insights into the key role that Human Resources departments can play in improving manager effectiveness.

Join Dwight Mihalicz, President of Effective Managers™, as he outlines how organizations can support their managers in being more effective.
Who Should Participate
Any HR Professional, with special interest for Heads of HR, and HR Professionals with managerial accountability.
What You Will Learn
Participants will learn the main drivers that are negatively impacting the performance of managers, the five requirements of effective managers, and the key role that Human Resources departments can play in improving manager effectiveness.
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