- Harrisburg, PA
- November 14 - 16
Managing Frontline Performance and Behavior
Most people start their management career implementing policy. Over time, their job description shifts to more of an emphasis on leadership and setting policy. The very qualities of low maintenance, self-motivation and individual achievement that got people promoted into management may not be the characteristics needed for success as a leader. This Emerging Leader presentation focuses on the transition from co-worker to boss to leader and the role that performance management plays.
1-2-1 Weekly Connections
Attitude v. Behavior
What Most HR Directors Wished Every Supervisor Knew…
Interviewing and Hiring
Discipline and Firing
Back to the Future Basics…
S.M.A.R.T. Goal Setting System
New School Challenges…
Diversity and Inclusion
About the Speaker
Hunter Lott is employment law pain relief for business owners and management at all levels. Whether it’s a keynote presentation, a conference breakout session, training your management team or serving as a coach to your one-person HR department, Hunter alleviates the frustration and promotes better HR decision-making.
Hunter Lott is an HR problem solver. He has delivered over 4000 “on stage” events, over 17,000 presentation hours and reviewed over 1200 employee handbooks. Hunter won accolades as a senior course leader for the American Management Association and as a speaker with the Society for Human Resource Management. Hunter is a Millennium designated speaker with Vistage and has earned Speaker of the Year, Impact Speaker of the Year and Top Performer Vistage honors.
Hunter attended Tulane University in New Orleans, graduated from Iowa State and has a Master’s Degree in Employment Law from NSU Shepard Broad College of Law.
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