Human Resources, Performance Management, Behavioral Hiring
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 Human Resources Management Series

Effective management of human resources is essential for creating successful organizational results. Nonprofit organizations should exercise fair and equitable human resource practices that attract and retain qualified individuals. Nonprofits have an obligation to adhere to all legal employment requirements and to provide a safe work environment. Nonprofit organizations should establish specific policies and practices that promote mutual cooperation to advance the organization’s interests, and that reflect appropriate industry standards for remuneration. - Guidelines & Principles for Nonprofit Excellence

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 Series Overview

Trends in Compensation and Benefits

Discover emerging trends and creative benefit solutions for your organization.

Recruitment and Hiring the Right Candidate

Behavioral-based interviews provide a hiring manager an objective set of facts to use when making employment decisions. This workshop gives participants an opportunity to put the concepts into practice and dive deeper into the legal frameworks around employee recruitment.

Employee Onboarding

You’ve made a great hiring decision and now it’s time to bring a new person into your organization’s fold. This workshop will examine best practices for ensuring a successful start for your new employee.

Introduction to Performance Management

You've hired them and now they're on the job.  How do you ensure employees are doing their best work?  Formal employee appraisals are only a small part of the incentive to increase performance. Performance management is an everyday process and the biggest part of a manager's job in meeting the organization's goals. Learn to use the six-step performance management process on an everyday basis to manage your employee's talents and expertise to meet your team and organizational goals.

Performance Management: Formal Coaching, Documentation, Performance Review and Discipline

How do you ensure employees are doing their best work?  Formal employee appraisals are only a small part of the incentive to increase performance. Performance management is an everyday process and the biggest part of a manager's job in meeting the organization's goals. This workshop builds on the earlier session Introduction to Performance Management so participants can dive deeper into the concepts and put them into practice.

Escape from Meeting Hell

Do you spend a lot of time in meetings with no clear agenda or timeframe, discussing items irrelevant to your role, repeating conversations over and over, dominated by personalities?  Do you wonder when you'll have time to actually do the work?  Professionals attend nearly 60 meetings per month and research indicates that over 50% of meeting time is wasted. Participants will learn the steps to escape from meeting hell including the elements of successful meetings, how to accommodate and manage different personality types and hierarchy in your meetings, how to handle sensitive topics in meetings, and more.


Sexual Harassment & Bullying Prevention

This workshop focuses on the topic of sexual harassment in the workplace. Topics covered include Title VII, gender discrimination, quid pro quo, hostile workplaces, conducting employee interviews and investigations, and affirmative defenses related to sexual harassment.