The programme focuses on recent developments and latest thinking in HR Management, and evaluates them for practical application. Consideration is given to the key drivers for change in HRD in the last Decade - drawing out the impacts and implications.
Participants explore the philosophy that HRD should generate a ROI and show measurable contribution to the organisation's goals, just as any other investment would be expected to achieve.
Corporate level knowledge management and performance management strategies are also discussed, as are global, demographic and environmental factors that impinge on the sustained performance of HR Managers and Departments.
This course is designed for: senior HR practitioners who have some power and influence to make incremental changes in organisational practice.
People with some experience in HR issues who are able to contribute to changes in the way their HR Department operates. It would also be valuable for HR practitioners who seek some personal development and are seeking to generate a new and improved status for their HR department through the realisation of measurable outcomes that are valued.
Topics covered are likely to include:
The Changing Nature of Human Resources
HR of Tomorrow
Alignment of HR to Business Plans
HR as a Catalyst for Change
Building Human Capability
Developing Employee Contribution
HR Value Creation.
This course will be conducted in the English language.