Effective Human Resource Leadership – Lansing

November 19, 2013 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

Effective Human Resource Leadership – A.L.I. Advancing Leadership Intelligence

Plan to Attend!
Tuesday, November 19, 2013

9:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Lansing Armory, 330 Marshall Street, Community Room, Lansing MI

Register at www.nonprofnetwork.org

While financial capacity is critical, an organization’s human capital is its foundation. This session will explore how to develop and model the culture that is best for your organization’s team. Create an atmosphere where your team can grow, learn and actively participate in your organization’s success. Learn how to keep your organization in compliance with basic federal regulations, identify legal hiring and firing practices, policies that should be in place and what records must be maintained.
Learn effective methods of evaluation
Legally, what must you do – what should you post in your office, comp time vs. paid leave, what belongs in the employee handbook, and what documents must be maintained in the employee folder.
Appropriate for: New and emerging nonprofit leadership, executive directors, board chairs, anyone in a leadership position. (it is not necessary to have attended previous classes in the A.L.I series)
Presenter: Doug Scott, Human Resource Manager, Industrial Steel Treating

Doug currently works for Industrial Steel Treating Co. located here in Jackson, were he has been the Human Resource Manager for nearly ten years. Prior to IST, Doug worked for Bekum America Corporation, located in Williamston, MI where he held the position of Direct of Human Resources & Material Management for the last seven of his 14 years with the company. All totaled, Doug has nearly 20 years of experience as a Human Resource professional.

Doug has a Bachelor’s degree in Management of Human Resources, and a MBA, both from Spring Arbor University. Doug is active in many local community organizations, including his Church Board, The Jackson Brownfield Redevelopment Authority and Local Development Finance Authority, The Academy for Manufacturing Careers Board of Review, and has been a member of SCHRMA’s executive committee for the past five years. He is a past member of the East Jackson Community Schools Board of Education where he spent his final four years as Board President.

Doug and his wife Linda are the proud parents of seven children, five of whom have now embraced adulthood and blessed Doug and Linda with six beautiful and very energetic granddaughters. Their youngest daughter and son are in middle school and high school respectively.

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