Effectively Analyzing and Defining HR Problems to Get Results
Event tags: Business, Human Resources, Career, Education, Training
Most HR practitioners have the best of intentions, but have never been taught how to define and frame HR problems to get the attention, buy-in, budget, and support from their CEOs or executive teams. Learn how to use the Problem Definition Technique to frame your current, real-life problems so that your CEO, or whomever you need approval from, can't ignore the problem. This is a hands-on workshop. Come with a list of your current challenges and be prepared to work in small groups.
About the Presenter
Michael O. "Coop" Cooper, one of the world's top business coaches, facilitators and trainers, is the founder of Innovators and Influencers. For the past 15 years, he has worked with creative professionals and right-brain entrepreneurs who are shaping and changing the world we live in. He has trained over 1,000 coaches through various training programs and personally mentored over 150 coaches. Prior to focusing solely on coaching, Coop served as a management consultant and strategist with Cambridge Technology Partners and Novell and over the years he has aided clients at Vodafone, Wells Fargo, Southwest Airlines, Seagate, Honda and Sony Computer Entertainment. His management and consulting experience in over 15 countries over the last 20 years has brought him to be an advisor to one of the Top 50 Innovative Companies in America and a coach to one of the Top 50 Designers in America for the past 12 years.
NCHRA Members $0 / General $35.
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