Max Muller on HR Issues That Managers Need to Know Now

    Jan 24, 2019

    Beyond merely widening the circle of people you know, strong networks foster deeper learning and broaden your exposure across a range of issues. Effective investments in your networks can make you smarter, more knowledgeable, and better grounded, as well as a more agile learner and collaborator. In The Connect Effect, author Michael Dulworth identifies three distinct kinds of networks: personal, professional, and virtual, exploring their specific characteristics and offering strategies, tools, and resources for building up and making the best use of each one. Stories from Dulworth's over twenty years of experience running networks, as well as interviews with top executives, researchers, and thought leaders, provide insights and advice about how networks function in the real world. Michael Dulworth is president and CEO of Executive Networks. Before acquiring Executive Networks in late 2003, he was Vice President of Learning Services at The Concours Group. Prior to that, he was a Founder and CEO of Learning Technologies Group, Inc. He is the author, coauthor or a contributor to seven books on executive development, learning, and high-performance organizations, including The Connect Effect: Building Strong Personal; Professional and Virtual Networks; Corporate Learning: Proven and Practical Guidelines for Building a Sustainable Learning Strategy; and Strategic Executive Development: The Five Essential Investments. For additional training on this topic, consider these AMA seminars: * Building Better Work Relationships * How to Communicate with Diplomacy, Tact and Credibility * The Voice of Leadership: How Leaders Inspire, Influence and Achieve Results To learn more, read these AMACOM Books: The Art of Connecting by Claire Raines and Lara Ewing How to Succeed in Business Using LinkedIn by Eric Butow and Kathleen Taylor The Voice of Success, A Woman's Guide to a Powerful and Persuasive Voice by Joni Wilson The Virtual Handshake, Opening Doors and Closing Deals Online by David Teten and Scott AllenManaging people is a tricky business—and managers and small business owners can no longer get by without understanding the essentials of human resources.  New questions abound. In our increasingly legal-minded age, how much documentation do we need to keep on each employee? What’s the best way to confront complicated personnel issues, and even workplace violence?

    Plus there are regulatory changes … like implementing the new I-9 form … that every manager needs to be aware of to remain compliant. The Manager’s Guide to HR by Max Muller provides readers with a straightforward, step-by-step guide to human resources topics.

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