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Human Resource Management

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To study human resource management is to prepare oneself for managing and leading employees at various kinds of organizations. When working toward this kind of degree, students take classes that focus on different aspects of the field, such as creating ROIs, conflict management, labor relations, and building work teams.

 

Europe is, by convention, one of the world's seven continents. Comprising the western most point of Eurasia, Europe is usually divided from Asia by the watershed divides of the Ural and Caucasus Mountains, the Ural River, the Caspian and Black Seas, and the waterways connecting the Black and Aegean Seas.

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Strategic Human Resource Management - Level 2

London Business Training & Consulting
Campus Full time 1 week October 2018 United Kingdom London

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to understand: the meaning and importance of employee engagement; the strategic HRM approach to resourcing; the nature of strategic talent management; the meaning, aims, and philosophy of strategic learning and development, etc. [+]

Courses in Human Resource Management in Europe 2018/2019. Strategic Human Resource Management training course – Level 2 KEY INFORMATION Course Code: HR101B Duration: 1 week Fee: £2725 COURSE OUTLINE Employee Engagement Strategy What is engagement? Why is engagement important? What are the factors that influence employee engagement? The nature and content of employee engagement strategy Resourcing Strategy Integrating business and resourcing strategies The components of employee resourcing strategy Workforce planning Resourcing plans Retention strategy Talent Management Strategy Strategic talent management What is talent? Talent management strategy Learning and Development Strategy Elements of learning and development Strategy for creating a learning culture Organisational learning strategy Individual learning strategy Reward Strategy Why have a reward strategy? Characteristics of reward strategy Guiding principles Developing reward strategy Target audience ... [-]

Resourcing and Talent Management - Level 1

London Business Training & Consulting
Campus Full time 1 week November 2018 United Kingdom London

Upon completion of this recruitment consultants course, you will be able to understand: how to undertake and evaluate long- and short-term talent planning and succession planning exercises with a view to building long-term organizational performance; how to manage recruitment and selection activities effectively, efficiently and professionally. [+]

Resourcing and Talent Management – Level 1 KEY INFORMATION Course Code: HR104A Duration: 1 week Fee: £2625 COURSE OUTLINE Human Resource Planning Stages in traditional human resource planning Forecasting future demand for human resources Forecasting internal supply Forecasting external supply Job Analysis and Job Design Managing vacancy scenarios Job analysis Competency frameworks Job design Recruitment Internal and external recruitment Advertising in the printed media Online recruitment Social media Alternative recruitment methods Selection: The Classic Trio Application forms Shortlisting Interviews Employment references Advanced Methods of Employee Selection Biodata Ability testing Personality testing Assessment Centres Target audience ... [-]

Advanced Human Resource Management

London Business Training & Consulting
Campus 2 weeks November 2018 United Kingdom London

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to understand the multiple meanings of HRM, the relationship between strategy and HRM, and the value of seeing the strategy in terms of multiple stakeholders. [+]

Courses in Human Resource Management in Europe 2018/2019. Key Information Course Code: HR102 Duration: 2 weeks Fee: £4095 Course outline HRM, Strategy and Corporate Social Responsibility The meaning of human resource management Business and corporate strategies Stakeholders and corporate responsibility High-Commitment HRM Policy and Practice An outline of high-commitment HR policies and practices Bundles of human resource practices Is high-commitment HRM universally applicable? Aligning HRM with Organisational Goals Contingency theory and best fit ‘Best fit’ HRM Limitations of best-fit / contingency models The resource-based view of HRM and the ‘architecture’ Applying RBV and architecture models to HRM The Role of the HR function in Changing Times The development of HR as a specialist function Analysing the role of the HR function New forms of delivery: outsourcing, shared service centers and E-HRM Assessing the contribution of the HR function Line Managers, Leadership and HRM Increasing the line management responsibility for HRM Problems with devolving HRM to line managers Developing line managers to provide effective HRM Leadership Resourcing and Talent Management Human resource planning, turnover, and retention Talent management Defining jobs and creating person specifications Recruitment methods Differing paradigms of selection Performance Management Performance management systems Induction and employee socialization Performance review Reinforcing performance standards Learning and Knowledge Development The process of learning The training cycle A review of some contemporary L&D interventions Managing knowledge Employee Involvement and Participation: Creating Engagement and Voice in the Workplace The meaning of employee involvement and participation From direct EIP to employee engagement Representative participation The... [-]

Advanced Human Resource Practice

London Business Training & Consulting
Campus 2 weeks December 2018 United Kingdom London

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to understand the broader aspects surrounding the HR function, as well as the wide range of activities involved in its execution. [+]

Key Information Course Code: HR103 Duration: 2 weeks Fee: £4045 Course outline The Organisational Context Characteristics of organizations What should an HR practitioner achieve? Organising the HR function Trade unions Job Analysis Jobs with repetitive activities Administrative and technical work, and delivery of services Professional and managerial jobs The organization chart Job evaluation Recruitment and Selection Workforce planning The recruitment and selection process Making the appointment Induction Evaluation Performance Management Performance management vs. performance appraisal Motivation Interviewing skills Reward Pay systems and structures Linking pay with performance Non-pay rewards Making pay decisions Employee Relations Discipline Capability Handling grievances Employee voice and employee engagement The psychological contract Learning and Development The learning cycle Levels of learning need analysis Learning and development plans Implementing learning and development activities Information and Communication Technology in HR Why are records important in HR Manual and computerized records Information and consultation Confidentiality, openness, and social media Change in Organisations Approaches to change Managing change The impact of change on individuals Supporting employees through change Personal Effectiveness Communications Negotiating, influencing and persuading Assertiveness Emotional intelligence, empathy, and resilience Continuous professional development Target audience HR officers and managers who are newly appointed to the role and who lack previous generalist experience. HR assistants, administrators and PAs who support more senior HR staff. Employees working for new but rapidly expanding organizations who acquire responsibility for establishing and formalizing HR policies, procedures, and practices. Staff who work in HR-related areas. Staff who work in specialist areas of HR practice, such... [-]

HRM Practices and Processes

London Business Training & Consulting
Campus Full time 1 week November 2018 United Kingdom London

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to understand: all components of HRM and a range of contemporary issues; resourcing and talent management – HR planning, recruitment, and selection; performance management, etc. [+]

Courses in Human Resource Management in Europe 2018/2019. HRM Practices and Processes KEY INFORMATION Course Code: HR102B Duration: 1 week Fee: £2695 COURSE OUTLINE Resourcing and Talent Management Human resource planning, turnover and retention Talent management Defining jobs and creating person specifications Recruitment methods Differing paradigms of selection Performance Management Performance management systems Induction and employee socialisation Performance review Reinforcing performance standards Learning and Knowledge Development The process of learning The training cycle A review of some contemporary L&D interventions Managing knowledge Employee Involvement and Participation: Creating Engagement and Voice in the Workplace The meaning of employee involvement and participation From direct EIP to employee engagement Representative participation The links between informal and formal EIP Embedding EIP at work Reward Management Reward management in context Types of payment scheme Job evaluation Equal value considerations Non-pay benefits as part of the package Target audience HR managers and executives Heads of HR functions HR business partners and advisors HR professionals and practitioners Senior HR officers and assistants who wish to understand and contribute to the development and implementation of HRM within their organisations. Small-business owners and managers responsible for the people function within their organizations. Learning outcomes ... [-]

HRM Delivery and Relationship with Strategy

London Business Training & Consulting
Campus Full time 1 week November 2018 United Kingdom London

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to understand: the multiple meanings of HRM, the relationship between strategy and HRM, and the value of seeing strategy in terms of multiple stakeholders; the principal theoretical frameworks used in HRM – the universalist high-commitment paradigm, the contingency best-fit approach and the resource-based view of the firm, etc. [+]

HRM Delivery and Relationship with Strategy KEY INFORMATION Course Code: HR102A Duration: 1 week Fee: £2645 COURSE OUTLINE HRM, Strategy and Corporate Social Responsibility The meaning of human resource management Business and corporate strategies Stakeholders and corporate responsibility High-Commitment HRM Policy and Practice An outline of high-commitment HR policies and practices Bundles of human resource practices Is high-commitment HRM universally applicable? Aligning HRM with Organisational Goals Contingency theory and best fit ‘Best fit’ HRM Limitations of best-fit / contingency models Resource-based view of HRM and the ‘architecture’ Applying RBV and architecture models to HRM The Role of the HR function in Changing Times The development of HR as a specialist function Analysing the role of the HR function New forms of delivery: outsourcing, shared service centres and E-HRM Assessing the contribution of the HR function Line Managers, Leadership and HRM Increasing the line management responsibility for HRM Problems with devolving HRM to line managers Developing line managers to provide effective HRM Leadership Target audience HR managers and executives Heads of HR functions HR business partners and advisors HR professionals and practitioners Senior HR officers and assistants who wish to understand and contribute to the development and implementation of HRM within their organisations. Small-business owners and managers responsible for the people function within their organizations. Learning outcomes ... [-]

HRM Strategies - Organisational Capability

London Business Training & Consulting
Campus Full time 3 days October 2018 United Kingdom London

Upon completion of this HR workshops, you will be able to understand: the process of formulating and implementing organizational development strategy; the meaning and significance of human capital management (HCM); the approaches to the development of knowledge management strategies, etc. [+]

Courses in Human Resource Management in Europe 2018/2019. HRM Strategies – Organisational Capability KEY INFORMATION Course Code: HR101A3 Duration: 3 days Fee: £1605 COURSE OUTLINE Organisational Development Strategy Organisational development activities Formulating and implementing organisational development strategy Culture change Human Capital Management (HCM) Strategy Aims of HCM The role of HCM strategy The link between HCM and business strategy Developing an HCM strategy Knowledge Management Strategy The process of knowledge management Sources and types of knowledge Approaches to the development of knowledge management strategies Components of a knowledge management strategy Target audience HR directors Heads of HR functions HR business partners Senior HR executives, managers, advisors and officers who wish to contribute to the development and implementation of HR strategy. Chief officers, Chairpersons, Board members, Company directors, Heads of Departments, and all those at the highest levels of an organization interested in developing an in-depth knowledge of strategic HRM. Learning outcomes ... [-]

Recruitment and Selection

London Business Training & Consulting
Campus Full time 3 days November 2018 United Kingdom London

Upon completion of this recruitment workshop, you will be able to understand how to manage recruitment and selection activities effectively, efficiently and professionally. [+]

Recruitment and Selection KEY INFORMATION Course Code: HR104A3 Duration: 3 days Fee: £1575 COURSE OUTLINE Recruitment Internal and external recruitment Advertising in the printed media Online recruitment Social media Alternative recruitment methods Selection: The Classic Trio Application forms Shortlisting Interviews Employment references Advanced Methods of Employee Selection Biodata Ability testing Personality testing Assessment Centres Target audience

This recruitment training is suitable for:

HR managers and executives Those involved in the recruitment and selection function of their organisations. HR business partners and advisors HR professionals and practitioners Senior officers and assistants employed within the HR function of their organization who wish to mobilize an effective workforce by assembling together teams of people with the necessary skills, attitudes, and experience to meet their objectives. Those with the HR role of enabling their organization to meet its future demand for skills. Those who wish to be equipped with the knowledge and skills required to undertake core resourcing and talent management activities to a high standard. Learning outcomes ... [-]

Advanced Resourcing and Talent Management

London Business Training & Consulting
Campus 2 weeks October 2018 United Kingdom London

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to understand how to undertake and evaluate long- and short-term talent planning and succession planning exercises with a view to building long-term organizational performance. [+]

Courses in Human Resource Management in Europe 2018/2019. Key Information Course Code: HR104 Duration: 2 weeks Fee: £4045 Course outline Human Resource Planning Stages in traditional human resource planning Forecasting future demand for human resources Forecasting internal supply Forecasting external supply Job Analysis and Job Design Managing vacancy scenarios Job analysis Competency frameworks Job design Recruitment Internal and external recruitment Advertising in the printed media Online recruitment Social media Alternative recruitment methods Selection: The Classic Trio Application forms Shortlisting Interviews Employment references Advanced Methods of Employee Selection Biodata Ability testing Personality testing Assessment centers The New Employee Contracts of employment Specific contractual terms The psychological contract Induction Succession Planning What is succession planning? Traditional approaches Contemporary approaches Alumni Measuring and Analysing Employee Turnover Defining voluntary turnover Does turnover matter? Measuring turnover Costing turnover Benchmarking turnover Improving Employee Retention Reducing turnover Employee retention and reward Employee retention and developmental opportunities Employee retention and effective line management Resourcing and Talent Management Strategies Taking a strategic approach Aligning HR practices with business strategy Competing in the labor market Talent management strategies Target audience ... [-]

Advanced Strategic Human Resource Management

London Business Training & Consulting
Campus 2 weeks October 2018 United Kingdom London

Upon completion of this Human Resources training and development course, you will be able to understand the strategic nature of HR. [+]

Key Information Course Code: HR101 Duration: 2 weeks Fee: £4145 Course outline The Strategic Role of HR The strategic nature of HR The strategic business partner model The strategic role of HR directors The strategic role of heads of HR functions Organisational Development Strategy Organisational development activities Formulating and implementing an organizational development strategy Culture change Human Capital Management (HCM) Strategy Aims of HCM The role of HCM strategy The link between HCM and business strategy Developing an HCM strategy Knowledge Management Strategy The process of knowledge management Sources and types of knowledge Approaches to the development of knowledge management strategies Components of a knowledge management strategy Performance Management Strategy The nature of a performance management system Performance management activities Implementation problems The nature of performance management strategy Employee Engagement Strategy What is engagement? Why is engagement important? What are the factors that influence employee engagement? The nature and content of employee engagement strategy Resourcing Strategy Integrating business and resourcing strategies The components of employee resourcing strategy Workforce planning Resourcing plans Retention strategy Talent Management Strategy Strategic talent management What is talent? Talent management strategy Learning and Development Strategy Elements of learning and development Strategy for creating a learning culture Organisational learning strategy Individual learning strategy Reward Strategy Why have a reward strategy? Characteristics of reward strategy Guiding principles Developing a reward strategy Target audience HR directors Heads of HR functions HR business partners Senior HR executives, managers, advisors, and officers who wish to contribute to the development and implementation... [-]

Human Resource Practice - Level 1

London Business Training & Consulting
Campus Full time 1 week December 2018 United Kingdom London

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to understand: the broader aspects surrounding the HR function, as well as the wide range of activities involved in its execution; the importance of good job analysis in relation to HR activities, etc. [+]

Courses in Human Resource Management in Europe 2018/2019. Human Resource Practice – Level 1 KEY INFORMATION Course Code: HR103A Duration: 1 week Fee: £2625 COURSE OUTLINE The Organisational Context Characteristics of organizations What should an HR practitioner achieve? Organising the HR function Trade unions Job Analysis Jobs with repetitive activities Administrative and technical work, and delivery of services Professional and managerial jobs The organisation chart Job evaluation Recruitment and Selection Workforce planning The recruitment and selection process Making the appointment Induction Evaluation Performance Management Performance management vs. performance appraisal Motivation Interviewing skills Reward Pay systems and structures Linking pay with performance Non-pay rewards Making pay decisions Target audience ... [-]

Human Resource Practice - Level 2

London Business Training & Consulting
Campus Full time 1 week December 2018 United Kingdom London

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to understand: the changing nature of employee relations; the stages of the learning cycle, starting with the identification of learning needs and proceeding through the stages of planning, implementing and evaluating, etc. [+]

Human Resource Practice – Level 2 KEY INFORMATION Course Code: HR103B Duration: 1 week Fee: £2675 COURSE OUTLINE Employee Relations Discipline Capability Handling grievances Employee voice and employee engagement The psychological contract Learning and Development The learning cycle Levels of learning needs analysis Learning and development plans Implementing learning and development activities Information and Communication Technology in HR Why are records important in HR Manual and computerised records Information and consultation Confidentiality, openness, and social media Change in Organisations Approaches to change Managing change The impact of change on individuals Supporting employees through change Personal Effectiveness Communications Negotiating, influencing and persuading Assertiveness Emotional intelligence, empathy and resilience Continuous professional development Target audience HR officers and managers who are newly appointed to the role and who lack previous generalist experience. HR assistants, administrators and PAs who support more senior HR staff. Employees working for new but rapidly expanding organizations who acquire responsibility for establishing and formalizing HR policies, procedures, and practices. Staff who work in HR-related areas. Staff who work in specialist areas of HR practice, such as training, employee relations or job evaluation, who wish to progress into or have more knowledge of generalist roles. Line managers or supervisors who have responsibility for HR activities. Owners or managers of small businesses who have overall responsibility for the ‘people element’ within them. Learning outcomes ... [-]

Resourcing and Talent Management - Level 2

London Business Training & Consulting
Campus Full time 1 week November 2018 United Kingdom London

Upon completion of this recruitment courses, you will be able to understand: how to manage induction effectively, efficiently and professionally; how to gather, analyze and use information on employee turnover as the basis for developing robust staff retention strategies; the development and evaluation of resourcing and talent management strategies. [+]

Courses in Human Resource Management in Europe 2018/2019. Resourcing and Talent Management – Level 2 KEY INFORMATION Course Code: HR104B Duration: 1 week Fee: £2675 COURSE OUTLINE The New Employee Contracts of employment Specific contractual terms The psychological contract Induction Succession Planning What is succession planning? Traditional approaches Contemporary approaches Alumni Measuring and Analysing Employee Turnover Defining voluntary turnover Does turnover matter? Measuring turnover Costing turnover Benchmarking turnover Improving Employee Retention Reducing turnover Employee retention and reward Employee retention and developmental opportunities Employee retention and effective line management Resourcing and Talent Management Strategies Taking a strategic approach Aligning HR practices with business strategy Competing in the labor market Talent management strategies Target audience HR managers and executives Those involved in the recruitment and selection function of their organizations. HR business partners and advisors HR professionals and practitioners Senior officers and assistants employed within the HR function of their organization who wish to mobilize an effective workforce by assembling together teams of people with the necessary skills, attitudes, and experience to meet their objectives. Those with the HR role of enabling their organization to meet its future demand for skills. Those who wish to be equipped with the knowledge and skills required to undertake core resourcing and talent management activities to a high standard. Learning outcomes ... [-]

HRM - Relationship with Strategy

London Business Training & Consulting
Campus Full time 3 days November 2018 United Kingdom London

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to understand: the multiple meanings of HRM, the relationship between strategy and HRM, and the value of seeing strategy in terms of multiple stakeholders; the principal theoretical frameworks used in HRM – the universalist high-commitment paradigm, the contingency best-fit approach and the resource-based view of the firm. [+]

HRM – Relationship with Strategy KEY INFORMATION Course Code: HR102A3 Duration: 3 days Fee: £1590 COURSE OUTLINE HRM, Strategy and Corporate Social Responsibility The meaning of human resource management Business and corporate strategies Stakeholders and corporate responsibility High-Commitment HRM Policy and Practice An outline of high-commitment HR policies and practices Bundles of human resource practices Is high-commitment HRM universally applicable? Aligning HRM with Organisational Goals Contingency theory and best fit ‘Best fit’ HRM Limitations of best-fit / contingency models The resource-based view of HRM and the ‘architecture’ Applying RBV and architecture models to HRM Target audience HR managers and executives Heads of HR functions HR business partners and advisors HR professionals and practitioners Senior HR officers and assistants who wish to understand and contribute to the development and implementation of HRM within their organizations. Small-business owners and managers responsible for the people function within their organizations. Learning outcomes ... [-]

Advanced Performance Management

London Business Training & Consulting
Campus Full time 1 week October 2018 United Kingdom London

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to understand The elements of a performance management system but also the limitation of this model and the reality of performance management – the problems of making it work and the requirements for success, etc. [+]

Courses in Human Resource Management in Europe 2018/2019. Advanced Performance Management KEY INFORMATION Course Code: HR105 Duration: 1 week Fee: £2695 COURSE OUTLINE Performance Management Fundamentals The essence of performance management The evolution of performance management The conceptual framework Issues in performance management Performance Management Processes and Skills Setting goals Providing feedback 360-degree feedback Conducting performance reviews Assessing performance Coaching Managing underperformers Applications of Performance Management Managing organisational performance Managing team performance Performance management and employee engagement Performance management and talent management Performance management and learning Performance management and reward Performance Management in Action The impact of performance management Performance management models from various organisations The Development and Management of Performance Management Developing performance management Managing performance management The performance management role of line managers Evaluating performance management Target audience HR managers and executives Top management and line managers who wish to understand performance management in a strategic sense that enables the goals of individuals and teams to be aligned to the strategic goals of the organisation. HR business partners and advisors HR professionals and practitioners Senior officers and assistants employed within the HR function of their organization who wish to deploy performance management as a systematic and continuous process for improving organizational performance by developing the performance of individuals and teams. Learning outcomes ... [-]