Speaker Bio

Hunter Lott (US)

Hunter is an HR business coach helping CEOs get the most out of their employees. He has traveled throughout the U.S. delivering over 3000 training sessions and breakout presentations to managers and HR professionals on the legal aspects of hiring and firing. He has reviewed UK employment laws to make this popular workshop highly relevant for a UK audience.

In the last 10 years, he has reviewed over 1000 employee handbooks. Through his online service HunterLott.com, Hunter help companies design and implement practical HR policies. Hunter is a partner in the Kansas City based human development firm Hcap, an audio conference leader for Progressive Business Audio, speaker of the year for Vistage US, a keynote speaker for various associations, a member of and top rated speaker for the Society for Human Resource Management.

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Hunter grew up in Kansas City, attended Tulane University, graduated from Iowa State University and currently lives in Rochester, Minnesota. He is the author of ‘Please Sue Me: The Guide to Safe Hiring and Firing Practices for the Frontline Supervisor with a Short Attention Span.

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Leadership 2015 – Be a Destination of Top Performers and a Departure Point for Non Performers

Participants will take away UK relevant checklists, preventative practices and tribunal case studies to help stay out of court.

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Leadership 2015 – Be a Destination of Top Performers and a Departure Point for Non Performers

Get Out of the Baby-Sitting Business and Make Better HR Decisions!

HR should be strategic. It’s about being a destination employer for “A” players. Have a great corporate culture? Prove it! Understand the legal consequences of your decisions, but focus on attracting and keeping great people. HR should not be about 100% legal compliance. You can be totally compliant and still make lousy business decisions.

Hire the Best…

The road to becoming a destination workplace for talent starts with why - why should an “A” player come to work for you? And don’t say corporate culture…bogus…there is no differentiation there…let’s see a show of hands of all those employers who admit to a bad corporate culture?

Deal with the Rest…

Firing is about strategy and procedure. The first question that should be answered is who? Do you have an employee you are not proud of? Would the manager enthusiastically re-hire their employee? Good people know who the bad ones are. They know we know and are looking toward us for some leadership! Take away UK relevant checklists, preventative practices and tribunal decision case studies to help stay out of court.

Attitude…

You get the employees you deserve! Yes you can hire, evaluate, bonus and fire for attitude. Turn “attitude” into “behaviour” and hold people accountable.

As participants pick from a list of themes, we explore progressive HR best practices on today’s hottest topics:

  • Generations.
  • Motivation, leadership and corporate culture.
  • Finding and keeping “A” players.
  • Firing strategy.
  • I wouldn’t do that…
  • HR policy.
  • Employment law.

Leadership 2015 – Be a Destination of Top Performers and a Departure Point for Non Performers

Participants will take away UK relevant checklists, preventative practices and tribunal case studies to help stay out of court.

Read more

Leadership 2015 – Be a Destination of Top Performers and a Departure Point for Non Performers

Get Out of the Baby-Sitting Business and Make Better HR Decisions!

HR should be strategic. It’s about being a destination employer for “A” players. Have a great corporate culture? Prove it! Understand the legal consequences of your decisions, but focus on attracting and keeping great people. HR should not be about 100% legal compliance. You can be totally compliant and still make lousy business decisions.

Hire the Best…

The road to becoming a destination workplace for talent starts with why - why should an “A” player come to work for you? And don’t say corporate culture…bogus…there is no differentiation there…let’s see a show of hands of all those employers who admit to a bad corporate culture?

Deal with the Rest…

Firing is about strategy and procedure. The first question that should be answered is who? Do you have an employee you are not proud of? Would the manager enthusiastically re-hire their employee? Good people know who the bad ones are. They know we know and are looking toward us for some leadership! Take away UK relevant checklists, preventative practices and tribunal decision case studies to help stay out of court.

Attitude…

You get the employees you deserve! Yes you can hire, evaluate, bonus and fire for attitude. Turn “attitude” into “behaviour” and hold people accountable.

As participants pick from a list of themes, we explore progressive HR best practices on today’s hottest topics:

  • Generations.
  • Motivation, leadership and corporate culture.
  • Finding and keeping “A” players.
  • Firing strategy.
  • I wouldn’t do that…
  • HR policy.
  • Employment law.

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