This e-learning course is designed to help line managers manage their staff better by equipping them with the critical skills of HR. HR for Line Managers focuses on the key issues for line managers, such as handling employee grievances; handling disciplinary situations; individual and team performance management made simple; engagement and change management.
Learn at your own pace on computer or iPad
24/7 access to learning materials
PDF certificate of completion available
High quality learning materials
Exercises & quizzes
Only €70 per person
Managers are charged with the responsibility of achieving organisational goals. Organisations operate by breaking these goals down into specific tasks and responsibilities for individuals and teams.
HR for Line Managers is also available for organisations to host on their existing learning management system (LMS). Our flexible pricing structure makes it suitable for both large and small organisations.
Getting the right people: best recruitment and selection practices
‘Settling in’ new staff: best induction practices
Managing individual and team performance
Learning and development
Dignity and respect
Enhancing personal commitment of staff
Positive employee relations
Culture as an aid to organisational strategy
BCL, BL, MSc (Mgmt)
Member of the Irish Institute for Training and Development
Chartered Fellow of the Institute of Personnel and Development
Conor set up SHRC Limited as a strategic human resource consultancy focusing on strategy development, HR practices, performance management and executive development. He has an extensive consultancy and executive development practice in the health services, financial services and multinational organisations.
He acts as coach and advisor to chief executives and senior managers involved in leading Irish organisations. For ten years he ran a network organisation for the chief executives of the manufacturing subsidiaries of multinational companies in Ireland including General Electric, Apple, Pfizers and Hewlett Packard.
Conor has written numerous articles in the areas of personnel and general management. He was responsible for the development of the Guide to Effective Management and is co-author of The Management Skills Book, which is published in six languages.
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