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    How to Build Better Bosses

    Date: July 27, 2022, 12:00pm
    SHRM Western Connecticut
    $20 for members of SHRM Western CT; $30 for all others
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    Effective managers are the key to any organization’s success.  If you are looking to bring a strategic edge to your organization, training and developing those managers is a key component. 

    This presentation will show the importance of ....

    - balancing performance management, strategic goals and initiatives
    - the wants and needs of employees and managers, and
    - tight budgets

    .....all while working to implement a culture of learning. 

    The outcome will be managers who are more effective AND a workforce that is motivated, educated, and turns over infrequently.

    Key learning points:

    • Identifying performance gaps in managers, and techniques to remedy them

    • Gather relevant data and communicate findings to senior management

    • Key areas to consider and standard traps to avoid

    • Learn how to keep a program energized and ingrained into the company's culture

    NOTE: This event will be recorded and available for playback for 45 days post-event.

    12 Noon to 1:00 PM
    Wednesday July 27



    Members of SHRM Western CT Chapter - $20.00
    All Others - $30.00



    Mack Munro is Founder and CEO of Boss Builders and is an experienced consultant, author, and speaker who has worked with executive and management teams in companies of all types, sizes, and industries in the USA and abroad. He is the author of How to Build Better Bosses, How to Win at Performance Management, and How to Be a Great Boss. He holds a MA degree in Organizational Leadership from Chapman University and a BS degree in Health Care Management from Southern Illinois University He is a qualified facilitator of the MBTI® and has also written and developed several personality and behavioral assessments and online tools. Mack hosts the HR Oxygen podcast which is geared towards the overworked, overstressed, overwhelmed, and under-appreciated HR professional.