Managers and employees need HR professionals to be leaders, partners, and teammates with the common goal of a successful and sustaining organization. This interactive day will focus on ways to achieve three crucial competencies of any HR leader: business mastery, human resources mastery, and personal credibility. Business mastery pertains to knowing your customers, products, and services; understanding how your organization operates; comprehending financial management and strategic planning; and aligning the HR function with your organization's objectives and needs. HR mastery includes having the breadth of knowledge, skills, and abilities in the profession, the desire for continuous learning, and the drive to attain excellence. Personal credibility pertains to having the respect and trust of others in your judgment and skills. This workshop is for both new and experience HR professionals.
(This is part of the Human Resources Management Certificate Program, but you do not need to enroll in the program to take this workshop.)
Personal Credibility – HR Expertise – Business Expertise
Credibility Specific to HR Professionals
Culture & Employee Engagement
Amy’s background includes 20 years of Human Resources experience and five years of teaching a variety of Human Resources and Business subjects as an Adjunct Instructor at Southern NH University and at UNH. She has her own HR outsourcing and professional development business, called Human Resources ROI, LLC.
Her educational background includes a dual B.A. in Human Resources Administration and Psychology from Saint Leo University and a MBA in Global Studies and a Graduate Certificate in Human Resources Management from Southern NH University. She is currently pursuing her Social Media Marketing Graduate Certificate at SNHU, too, as social media is such a powerful, growing force in our world.
Amy maintains dual senior HR certification through the Society of Human Resources Management (SHRM) and Human Resources Certification Institute (HRCI), and teaches HR certification preparation courses. She is the SHRM Foundation Chairperson for SHRA, an Ambassador for the Rochester Chamber of Commerce, and a youth soccer coach with RYSA.