Aligning with business and organizational goals does NOT include engaging in or turning a blind eye to unlawful and/or unethical actions.
With more than 100 templates, memos, and checklists, there’s nothing this toolkit can’t fix! HR professionals know that addressing issues before they escalate can make the difference in saving the company time and money. The HR Toolkit is the must have handbook if you’re looking to skillfully identify, diplomatically address, and strategically resolve any issue that confronts your organization. Including a handy indexed listing of the most common workplace conflicts and solutions for ease-of-reference, expert author Denise A. Romano, MA, EdM provides practical and actionable ways to empower and educate HR professionals and management.
This book will help you identify and address workplace dysfunction, recommend improvements for the workplace, and remain within ethical and legal parameters valued by HR/OD professionals. It will give every HR professional— – no matter what their position or educational level— – the tools to articulate his or hertheir concerns to the right people in management in a way that increases the likelihood of a positive outcome. This book will also help you discern the best ways to spend your company’s training allowance or your own personal training allowance, if you are lucky enough to have those. I encourage Emotional Intelligence (EI) assessment and skill development for every HR/OD professional, corporate leader, consultant, coach, and trainer. It will only make you even better at what you do than you already are.
This book will also cover some common pitfalls any of us can encounter, and I encourage you to keep it nearby, as you never know when one of these situations will pop up. As we who work in HR/OD know, work is never dull. I also hope you will check out the LinkedIn Group I created for Credible Activists and join us in our quest for legally and ethically compliant corporate governance. The Credible Activist group on LinkedIn is growing every day!
Denise A. Romano has an MA in Organizational Psychology and an EdM in Counseling Psychology from Columbia University, as well as an MFA in Writing from Naropa University. She has more than 14 years of experience working in the Human Resources and Organizational Development (HR/OD) field in government, nonprofit, and for-profit companies, including 6 additional years of whistleblower activity. She has built two different HR/OD departments from the ground up.