Management Training 101

Updated on October 25, 2012

Ideal for Newly Promoted Supervisors and Staff New to HR Functions

Are you aware of Virtual OfficeWare’s Human Resources Consulting Services?  In particular, they are now conducting a training program that could be beneficial for you or your colleagues.

How a new supervisor performs in their leadership role is critical to an organization.  Mistakes can be costly.  Participating in this seminar will increase a new manager’s success by learning practical skills to: help companies avoid legal trouble; improve employee morale; and increase the new leader’s confidence and performance.

This seminar includes topics such as:

  • Keys to effective management
  • Principles for successful hiring
  • Dealing with former peers now that you are the manager
  • Planning to avoid employment related litigation

This seminar will also discuss dealing with problem employees, and how to handle discipline up to and including termination.  It will also look at the best practices, such as proper documentation, to avoid employment related litigation.

Thursday, November 15, 2012
1:00 PM to 4:30 PM
Penn Brewery
800 Vinial Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15212

The enrollment fee is $149 and includes free parking and refreshments.

Join them as their guest speaker, James W. Southworth, Esq. from Houston Harbaugh coaches attendees on the fundamentals of effective management.

This seminar has been submitted for 3 credit hours to the HR Certification Institute.

Register online today!

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