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How to Get Your Managers to Cooperate with HR (HRMN7AF)

Presented by: Natalie Ivey, MBA, SPHR, SHRM-SCP
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90 minutes
Event Description
1.5 PDC - AudioSolutionz is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CPSM or SHRM-SCPSM
1.50 Credits

Learn Strategies to Get Your Managers to Cooperate With HR

HR operates from a vantage point of risk management, while managers operate from a vantage point of driving organizational metrics and bottom line results. And, although HR and the management team are on the same side, working towards the same goals, sometimes it just doesn’t feel that way. Unfortunately, many managers don't fully understand that they are responsible for managing employees, but within the boundaries of labor and employment laws. As a result, HR often deals with the push-pull of conflicts, especially in managing employee relations issues, disciplinary issues and even terminations.

This session, with seasoned leadership and HR consultant Natalie Ivey, will discuss some of the root causes and the many factors that contribute to why managers have conflicts with HR, as well as ways to proactively address the issues. Natalie will help you learn the root causes behind the conflicts and lack of cooperation and will provide strategies you can begin working on right away to get your managers to cooperate with HR.

Session Highlights

  • Learn to clarify roles and responsibilities, regarding who owns what when it comes to managing people
  • Explore how to identify HR's role in the organization
  • Define the amount of "political horsepower" and influence for HR which is needed to get things done
  • Learn to identify senior leadership behavior that is "anti-HR" and isn't in line with values and policies
  • Understand what to do to turns things around
  • Evaluate the organizational structure and hierarchy
  • Learn to identify reporting relationships and ratios that are crippling managers’ ability to lead and manage performance
  • Evaluate supervisor and manager job designs
  • Learn to identify problems in being able to effectively lead direct reports
  • Learn to coach managers to handle their own employee relations' issues
  • Explore how to create an environment where managers don’t send employees to HR like it’s the “Principal's office”
  • Learn to evaluate current leadership training and development
  • Use the Supervisor 101 checklist to recognize gaps in your training
  • Learn to design informal training opportunities to strengthen competencies of managers, while simultaneously improving relations between HR and leadership

Who Should Attend

  • Senior HR professionals
  • HR managers and directors
  • HR personnel
  • Employee relations professionals
  • Newly promoted HR managers
About Our Speaker(s)

Natalie Ivey | Professional Development Training SpeakerNatalie Ivey MBA, SPHR, SHRM-SCP
Natalie Ivey, MBA, SPHR, SHRM-SCP is an HR consultant, professional speaker, author, and educator within the HR profession. She has more than two decades of leadership and HR management experience with Fortune 500 organizations and in working as a trusted advisor and consultant to business leaders both in the United St... More info

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