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Flying Solo: 5 Steps to Control an HR Department of One

Managing an HR Department of One — Secrets to Success
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Flying solo: 5 steps to control an HR department of one

by Lori Kleiman, SPHR, president of the HR Topics consulting firm

It is increasingly common that a sole practitioner runs the HR department for an organization. The position varies from a high-level HR leader to an organizational team member who does HR alongside other functions for the organization.

On Wednesday, October 28, join us for Managing an HR Department of One: Secrets to Success. A true HR expert, consultant Lori Kleiman, SPHR, will provide you with real-world advice to help grab control of your workday and shine in the HR function. Plus, each attendee will receive a copy of Lori's popular book, HR You Can Use. (Read on for details...)

Regardless of the experience and totality of the position, sole HR practitioners can rely on these tips to get the job done.

1. Align your tasks with the company's goals. HR people are pulled in many directions. Your CEO wants you to bring down costs … employees think you are there to meet their every need … outside entities are constantly calling with reference checks and compliance obligations.

Advice: Clearly define the actions you need to complete to meet the goals of your organization—and let the rest come later.

2. Publicize your goals. Others will define your role in a way that suits their needs. Work with your manager to create three or four meaningful goals that support your organization's strategic plan.

Then make it clear that this is what you are working on. Empower yourself and your HR function by saying no to those things that don't fit into your goals or schedule.

Advice: Hang a list of your goals in the office for all to see.

3. Get control of your internal processes. Completing an HR assessment is a critical step to understanding where you may be losing time or have noncompliance issues.

Advice: Constantly evaluate your processes and make life easier for yourself.

Sole HR practitioners face a unique set of responsibilities and risks. This webinar will help you succeed in your administrative and compliance duties, while improving your executive-level skills as well. Access these secrets to HR success.

4. Manage vendors—don't let them manage you. Know your key vendors and reach out to them to take critical tasks off your plate. Review contracts annually and ensure you understand the deliverables.

Advice: Set a meeting with each vendor to review the agreement. Check to see what services they may have to ease your workload.

5. Connect with others outside your organization. Sole practitioners especially need to get out of the organization and see how others operate. This helps bring new ideas to your role and complete goals without reinventing the wheel.

Advice: Mastermind groups and nonprofit boards are a great way to meet others with similar interests and share ideas and resources. Look for connections you can make today.

All sole practitioners bring valuable assets to the table—but flying alone doesn't mean you have to do it all alone! Using these tips, you should be able to identify the areas that create alignment within your organization and give you back control of your day. Find others you can count on to gain control and elevate your HR function.

On Wednesday, October 28, you will discover how to:
  • Align HR's goals with the strategic actions of the organization
  • Identify your key administrative, functional and strategic tasks — and which are most important to your boss (print the "HR Pyramid" for your bulletin board!)
  • Find out what your CEO wants from you — and what to do about it
  • Lori KleimanBe your own cheerleader in the workplace
  • Take simple steps to ease your stress — like moving printed forms outside your office!
  • Understand and improve your vendor management process
  • Complete a valuable HR Assessment, using the handy checklist
  • Know which functions to outsource and which to keep in-house (Don't outsource yourself out of a job!)
  • Push for your HR priorities — and get them funded
No matter how many people are on your HR team, these tips and techniques will be helpful. But for a department of one, they're absolutely essential. Don't miss this opportunity to take your HR skills to a whole new level!
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