Essentials in HR Processes
Essentials in HR Processes, Culture, & Change Management
This course is introduced to you by the International Academy of Human Resources Development (IAHRD). Our courses are specially designed to meet your needs, explained to you by experts with a long experience in the field.
Having deeper knowledge in the field of HR, culture and change management is very vital for the organizational success. This course will help you understand modern practices in HRM. It will enable you develop transform your current activities into added value activities. The way HR processes are going is very crucial , everything that is directly related to employees should be never estimated no matter what. The culture also is very important and we all know how much it can affect the performance of employees as well as the organizational performance. Change management and the way it is conducted highly effects the survival of the organization. The course will show you the relationship between these three terms and the importance of each.
After attending this course, participants will be able to:
- Understandupdated Strategic HRM approaches.
- Add value to the organization as a whole.
- Demonstrate an understanding of employee resourcing, recruitment & reward processes.
- Develop practical skills in the field of planning, organizing and implementing change.
- Apply effective management in a multi-cultural environment.
- Conduct effective and efficient implementations of change as well as developing good understanding of the management theory..
- Design a suitable change management model in their workplace.
- Understand and analyze the organizational culture.
- Identifying change management practices that may be culture-bound.
- Encourage and support change by implementing appropriate systems and processes.
- Develop practical skills in Organizational Development (OD)
- Learn the best practices in the field of HRM.
- The changing world of business and its impact on the Human Resource Function
- Introducing Human Resource Management (HRM)
- The difference between HRM and Personnel Management
- Main activities, responsibilities and tasks of HRM
- Typical HR department structure
- Cultural differences and performance management
- The principles and core elements of effective performance management
- The role of HR and the responsibilities of line management in performance management
- Linking objectives to the organization's business plan
- Addressing the performance gap
- Disciplinary and a capability process
- The purpose and use of Performance Appraisal.
- High potential vs. High performance.
- Managing high performers and under-performers equally
- The advantages and disadvantages of upward/360 degree feedback
- Recruitment and selection
- Assessment and development centers.
- The psychology of motivation.
- The psychological contract
- Segmenting employee groups to understand similarities and differences
- Flexibility and the flexible firm
- Total reward
- Matching benefits andmaximizing cost-effectiveness.
- Managing conflict at work effectively.
- Counseling services & Employee Assistance Programs (EAP)
- Stress management.
- Bullying and harassment.
- Understanding the difference between equality of opportunity & employee diversity
- Handling aspects of discrimination
- Current trends in L&D.
- Linking development with Corporate Social Responsibility
- A framework for analyzing current training provision
- Two approaches to identify future capability.
- Personal action planning
- The key drivers of change today
- The difference between change management and change leadership
- Change at the individual, team, and organizational level
- Individual resistance to change.
- The five psychological phases of change and their effective management
- The pressure-performance relationship
- Designing a suitable change management model
- Supporting employees through change
- The importance of communication during change
- How to communicate a clear vision of the broad impact of change
- The Psychology of Work
- History of Organizational Development & work psychology
- Putting Organizational Development into practice
- Tools for change leadership
- Using SWOT and PESTEL for change leadership
- Force Field Analysis techniques
- Comprehensive understanding for culture.
- Organizational culture and change.
- Artifacts and norms of behavior.
- The impact of culture on change
- How different national cultures may respond to change.
- Individualism vs. Collectivism and its impact on change.
- Steps in developing a change strategy and effective change goals
Who should attend?
- Anyone involved in HRM at all levels
- HR or Personnel Department.
- Professionals and supervisors.
- HRM personnel.
- Occupational Health & Safety and training staff .
- Those who received their training in past years and need to be brought up to date with best practice in Change Management.
- Interested candidates of graduates and undergraduates.