Team development is an integral part of leadership

Team development is a critical aspect of leadership, because leaders, like statesmen, think about the next generation. Leaders not only select and mentor leaders; they also make sure the leadership abilities get transferred to the new generation. For this reason, taking the organization to its next destination and grooming leaders requires team development. Team development is an extremely important endeavor for a leader.

Team development and leadership are closely hemmed together, because a team that lacks good leadership focus and direction will never be a winning one. There are many vital differences between leadership and management. Leading from the front and building a team is one of the prime distinctions between a leader and a manager, because these traits are never expected from a manager. Many leaders are up against many situations. These are some of them:

o  Knowing when to manage and when to lead the team

o  Foreseeing and visualizing organizational goals and communicating them to the team

o  Ascertaining the market’s needs and helping the team channelize its efforts more effectively

o  Addressing workplace challenges by devising creative solutions for the team

o  Devising strategies to develop a high-performance team

o  Communicating effectively to motivate and coach.

Learn all about leadership and team development

A two-day seminar from GlobalCompliancePanel, a leading provider of professional trainings for all the areas of regulatory compliance, will equip participants with the insights needed for understanding all these aspects of leadership and team development. The essence of this session is to equip participants with the skills and knowledge needed to inspire their team members and help them reach their goals.

Gaining these insights is easy. You can register for this webinar by visiting http://www.globalcompliancepanel.com/control/globalseminars/~product_id=900818?wordpress-SEO .

The Director of this seminar is Chris DeVany, who is Founder and President of Pinnacle Performance Improvement Worldwide. The varied experience he has had, in having helped some 500 organizations such as Microsoft, Coca-Cola, Aviva, and Schlumberger in 22 countries, will come to the fore at this seminar.

Leadership and team development in all their depth

DeVany will offer a thorough understanding of the role of leadership in building a team and working in a horizontal mode of operation and applying a consistent theory in leading a team.

This session will be very useful for CEOs, Senior Vice Presidents, Vice Presidents, Executive Directors, Managing Directors, Regional Vice Presidents, Area Supervisors, and Managers.

Chris will cover the following areas at this seminar:

o  Understanding leadership style and the situation

o  Integrating your leadership and managerial roles

o  Examining the leader’s role as motivator and coach and in high-performance teams

o  Distinguishing the three team types

o  Exploring the principles that make teams work

o  Differentiating team content and process

o  Diagnosing work-teams: a work-team simulation.

Identifying and managing key risks is the primary purpose of HR auditing

Human resources audit should qualify as the most important of all audits of an organization. This is because HR auditing is directly related to employees. This resource, the organization’s human capital, is the organization’s most important resource. It is through an HR audit that an organization evaluates this resource’s strengths and weaknesses.

HR audits help organizations in a number of ways

HR auditing helps organizations achieve this in many ways. Through HR audits, organizations are able to eliminate human capital risks, which will lead them to core actions such as ascertaining potential and actual problem areas, assessing the effectiveness of current HR management activities, measuring the weaknesses in HR internal control processes, evaluating human capital strategic and compliance related risks, and suggesting corrective action on all these.

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Getting the HR auditing right

Getting its HR audit right is the foundation to all these for an organization. The ways by which this can be achieved will be the subject of a two-day seminar that GlobalCompliancePanel, a renowned provider of professional trainings in the regulatory compliance areas, will be organizing. You can register for this seminar by visiting http://www.globalcompliancepanel.com/control/globalseminars/~product_id=900675SEMINAR.

The Director at this seminar, Ronald Adler, who is President of Laurdan associates, Inc., will offer insights, accumulated over four decades in the industry, into HR auditing.

The basis of effective HR auditing lies in asking the right questions

Ronald Adler will emphasize the point that the root to carrying out HR audits effectively is in asking the right questions. The effectiveness of HR audits is measured by how they throw up a structured and systematic series of questions about the areas relating to key compliance, risk management, internal auditing, and human resource management issues in HR, which are the main purpose of these audits.

The role of ERM in HR audits

Another important point that Ronald Adler will highlight at this seminar is the importance of HR audits in considering human capital-related risks and opportunities from an Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) perspective. This means that the HR audit should take a holistic view of human capital risks and align the interrelationships and interactions between HR and other functions relating to management and the organization.

Yet another aspect that will be reviewed is the current use of HR audits. Adler will explain how HR Audits can be used to help the organization reduce risks and grab potential opportunities. All key personnel involved in human capital assessment, such as HR Professionals, CFO’s, Internal Auditors, External Auditors, Risk Managers, Compliance Officers, and COO’s, will benefit vastly from this seminar.