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HR Kit aims to help line managers use best practice in managing and optimizing people performance.
1. HR Kit for Managers
2. Getting the Right People
3. Best Induction Practices
5. Managing Performance
6. Recognition and Reward
7. Employee Grievances
8. Handling Discipline
9. Learning and Development
10. Dignity and Respect in the Workplace
11. Change Management
12. Enhancing Personal Commitment of Staff
13. Positive Employee Relations
14. Culture as a Strategic Aid
What others have said :
“In many organizations people are promoted to management positions based primarily on their their technical competence, without any due consideration to their leadership or people management skills. HR Kit addresses the gap by providing line managers with the appropriate skill set and behaviors required to effectively manage and maximize the human capital of the organization and help create a competitive advantage in the market place.” Donal O'Connor, Group HR Director, SISK Group.
“Scott-Lennon and Hannaway are master practitioners. This app explains how you too can become a master practitioner.” Professor Patrick Flood, DCU, Professor of Organizational Behavior, Head of the HRM Group and a Deputy Director of LInK.
About the Authors
Frank Scott-Lennon is the creator of ManagementBriefs.com and has worked internationally with business organizations, government departments and charities. Frank is on the boards of a number of progressive niche companies and is an experienced management consultant working in the areas of :
Bullying and Harrassement: Mediation and Investigation
Coaching and Mentoring
Strategic HR & IR
Conor Hannaway is an experienced HR practitioner with a specialist knowledge of Irish employment law. He has worked in HR roles in a number of leading multinational organizations including General Electric. He consults extensively in health and financial services sectors. He is founder of SHRC which developed advanced e-learning tools and performance management software. He has written numerous articles and co-written - The Management Skills Book - which has been published in six languages.
Established in 1999, Ossidian develops and publishes professional educational software and content, eBooks and self-tests, for a global audience.
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