Repanet Suisse: Well-attended seminar on personnel management

Repanet Suisse: Well-attended seminar on personnel management

Führungskräfte von Schweizer Carrosserie- und Lackierbetrieben ließen sich zum Thema «Personalführung» von Trainingsexperten Hubert Ortner coachen.

managers from Swiss bodywork and paint shop businesses were coached on the topic of “personnel management” by training expert Hubert Ortner. (Photo: Repanet Suisse)

Managers from Swiss bodywork and automotive paint shops make use of the coaching from training expert Hubert Ortner

November 2016: 15 owners and managers from Swiss bodywork and paint shops recently took part in a one-day training seminar on the topic of “personnel management”. In this respect, the “Repanet Suisse” invited participants to the Glashaus Hotel in Menziken (AG). The seminar, which was held for the second time by popular demand, focussed on the personnel tasks of managers.

With several exercises and considerable practical input, topics such as recruiting new personnel, the completion of employees interviews, resolving internal conflicts and, last but not least, the wide-ranging field of employee motivation, were addressed. These are all classic management tasks that require detailed knowledge, experience and a great deal of tact.

As in 2015, the seminar was led by Hubert Ortner, an experienced coach, trainer and consultant. “With several practical examples, he showed the participants the importance of personnel management, especially in small and medium-sized practical businesses”, explained Patrizia Santarsiero, coordinator for “Repanet Suisse” at André Koch AG. The enthusiastic participation in the group work and the lively discussions during the breaks demonstrated that Ortner struck a chord with the course participants.

The seminar took place as part of the wide-ranging partner programme which “Repanet Suisse” offers its members. In addition to training events, this includes consulting services on operational analysis, market development, efficiency, productivity and operational management.

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