HR Leadership 101: Become a Better Manager or Supervisor
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Since: May 09
#1 Apr 24, 2012
Employees are often dropped into managerial roles based on the quality of their actual work, not on their ability to manage. The problem: The skills needed to perform a job usually are completely different from the skills needed to supervise employees performing that same job.
Thats why its vital for managers and supervisors to receive regular training on managerial skills. In HR Memos to Managers: 81 Concise, Customizable Training Handouts for Your Supervisors By Business Management Daily, employees can make that shift to exceptional leader and become a high-performing, efficient manager or supervisor.
For more information visit http://www.amazon.com/Memos-Managers-Business... .
#2 Jun 4, 2013
There are also many oppurtunities to HR professionals to develop their skills, such as strategy and leadership styles and to get fresh ideas.
Take a look at Lisa Petrilli's articles wide across the www, even her books.
I've been found a useful company whom works both UK and US, they have various solutions from business simulations to e-learning such as workshops.
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