HR Planning & Development
Understand the key areas of HR and set an effective HR strategy.
The proper implementation of HR processes maximizes employee motivation, improves productivity, and leads to the prosperity of a company as a whole. In this course, students will gain a greater understanding of HR planning strategies and methods for recruiting talent, integrating employees into a company's culture, succession planning, performance measurement, appraisals, and rewards.
This course provides an examination of the fundamental psychological factors that center on employee satisfaction for greater employee retention that adds to the firm’s overall knowledge sharing via enhanced experience curves. The operational definitions are examined as specific targets of training and development that focus exclusively on those matters adherent to effective employee retention strategizing, and the best case scenarios from modeled training and development programs of successful institutions are targeted for their efficiency as case study methods. By the end of the course, the students should have a critical knowledge of how training and development programs are designed, and what their expected outcomes are to be on the productivity of the institution.
What will you study?
HR Planning and Development
The aim of this course is to familiarize students with the process and specifics of Planning and Development of Human Resources as an examination of the process, goals, and strategies for securing human resources as key resources in all areas of operations. A critical factor taught in the course is the foremost acknowledgment for securing qualified and satisfied specialists and staff, and with the identification of motivation as a perceptual influence on employee satisfaction, the efficient and effective operations with performance management is a strength of the course's objectives.
Employee retention through development and training programs throughout their professional path in a company are explained as a key component to performance management. The psychology of the employee is a critical need for HR strategizing and the focus of such vital components to productive HR operations is a fundamental element of the curriculum.
Participants will learn to identify the training needs of employees and use the latest approaches in human resource development, with performance management completing the curriculum of the course. Students will get comprehensive and current knowledge from the specific area of Human Resource Management covering the planning of the workforce and its development.
Course Content & Curriculum
- Induction, Training and Employee Development
- Motivation as a general factor for development of HR
- Learning of individuals and organizations
- Team performance management
- Recognition and reward system
- Managing different personality types
Course Learning Outcomes
At the completion of this course, students should be able to…
- Evaluate the ethical, psychological, and theoretical frameworks for human resource management and their impact on an organization's strategic effectiveness and success.
- Assess the role of motivation in key human resource practices, including recruiting, hiring, training, retention, evaluation, and separation.
- Analyze the impact of the regulatory environment and compliance on the human resource function and its responsibility to strategically guide the organization.
- Comprehend the framework for helping employees develop their personal and organizational skills, knowledge, and abilities.
- Explain company opportunities from developing employee training, employee career development, and performance management development.
- Utilize principles of coaching, mentoring, succession planning, key employee identification, tuition assistance, and organization development.
- Demonstrate the benefits and challenges of developing a superior workforce for both the organization and employees that accomplish their goals in service to customers.