Lunch&Learn: Managing People, Problems, and Procedures (LL319)
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When: Jul 23, 2019
11:30 AM until 1:10 PM
Where: Via Webcast OR Onsite at LCPA Training Facility, 2400 Veterans Blvd, Ste 500, Kenner, LA 70062
Kenner, Louisiana  70062
United States
Presenter: Helene K. Wall, SHRM-SCP

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LCPA members $48
Non-members $70


To succeed in today’s business environment, organizations have come to expect their managers and supervisors to Manage the 3-Ps (People, Problems, Procedures) in addition to performing their own job duties and responding to customer needs. Add to this list having to follow procedures that are often outdated or ineffective, and suddenly that 8-hour day looks more like 10 or 11. HR Consultant Helene Wall shares practical, results-driven ways to make it better.

Category: Management

Meet Our Presenters

Helene K. Wall

Helene is an Associate Director in P&N’s Consulting Services Group. Prior to joining P&N in 2012, Helene worked in human resources compliance and management for financial and healthcare organizations. Helene’s experience includes serving as the human resources risk advisor for clients in a variety of industries, such as construction, manufacturing and distribution, transportation, healthcare, financial institutions, education, restaurants, non-profit and professional services. Her prior roles include governmental work as liaison in the City of Baton Rouge/Parish of East Baton Rouge Mayor’s Community Ordinance Enforcement Program

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