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December 14th 2012

CHRC Releases 2 new HR Tools

Competencies for Cultural Managers

The HR tool Competencies for Cultural Managers can be used by individuals to evaluate their own skills and to determine areas where they should pursue additional training. On a corporate level, this material can be applied in defining job profiles, developing competency-based professional development programs, negotiating and customizing training programs, developing career planning programs, recruitment profiles and individual position descriptions.

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Any individual in a position of formal authority must
combine two essential roles:

4 key responsibilities are connected
to the 2 roles
:

  • Leader, i.e., the ability to direct and mobilize people and/or their ideas
  • Manager, i.e., the ability to ensure that the right things are done right at the right time in a consistent and orderly fashion

Create 'The Big Plan'

Develop a Human and Organizational Network for Achieving 'The Big Plan'

Carry Out 'The Big Plan'

Generate Expected Outcomes

Find out your strengths and weaknesses as a Cultural Manager,
or your organisation's hiring needs with this new HR tool...

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your free hard-copy of the complete HR Toolkit.

Working for a Non-Profit Board: Tips and Tools for Cultural Managers

The HR tool Working for a Non-Profit Board offers helpful tips and useful resources to bring new perspectives and approaches to Cultural Managers. These tips and tools are applicable in many contexts. Some managers with extensive experience in the sector or those who work for large and very complex organizations may find the extensive bibliography a useful resource. Less experienced managers may wish to use this toolkit to address one challenge at a time.

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It's all about the relationship:

Tips and resources::

  • The relationship between cultural organization Boards and their managers is both fundamental and complex

  • With changes in cultural organizations' environments, the Board-manager relationship is salient

Building the relationship

Facing challenges

Strategizing

And much more...

May the relationships you cultivate with your Boards flourish...

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your free hard-copy of the complete HR Toolkit.

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