Advanced Strategic Human Resources Management

  • Course Details:

    Ref: HA65 Length: 1 Week
    Location: London, Dubai, Riyadh Price: £2990 excl. VAT

Introduction

Advanced Strategic HR Management training course focuses on human resource strategy, its integration with corporate planning and the growth of human resource policies. Human resource management (HRM) is concerned with the personnel policies and supervisory practices and systems that manipulate the workforce. In broader terms, all decisions that affect the workforce of the organisation are covered under this function. This course gives you a knowledge of this function to better adapt and apply to your organisation.

Who should attend

This course has been designed for middle to senior level HR professionals and for senior functional executives in both the private and public sectors who would like to develop their understanding of the impact that HR can have on an organisation. It is for anyone who is responsible for the design and development of HR strategies and who is interested in exploring new ideas in a practical way.

Course Content

Strategic Human Resource Planning

  • How HR can be more strategic in an organisation
  • Different strategic tools and their application

Building Ethical Organisations

  • How to create a transparent and ethical culture
  • The impact of external and internal factors on change

Effective Recruitment

  • Understand the organisations strengths and weaknesses regarding Recruitment and Selection and external elements that affect effective recruitment
  • Understand the impact of a best practice approach
  • Avoid common management pitfalls
  • Plan effectively prior to the interview
  • Attract the right candidates using best practice techniques
  • Plan the interview process to ensure efficiency and effectiveness
  • Outline the importance of your communication skills
  • Work within the legal framework
  • Develop your own questioning techniques
  • Structure the interview, including delivering meaningful feedback
  • The use of Psychometric Assessment

Improving Motivation and Job Satisfaction

  • Maximising your human capital

Effective Appraisal 

  • Performance appraisal objectives
  • Alternative appraisal methodologies
  • Effective and ineffective appraisals

Assertiveness Skills 

  • understanding the various models

Effective Communication Skills

  • Essential Listening and questioning techniques
  • Maximising good use of Body Language to positively influence

Diversity Issues for HR Professionals

  • Influencing across cultural differences and global business relationships

Identification and Analysis of Training Needs

  • Training and development strategy
  • Analysis of training needs
  • Cost-effective training delivery
  • Skills transfer to the work-place

Learning Outcome

By the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the concepts and definitions of Human Resources Management
  • Develop a training strategy to fulfil organisational needs
  • Develop staff selection processes and performance appraisal systems
  • Appreciate the benefits of career management and creating personal development plans
  • Focus on what managers, employees, and organisations need to succeed using your performance management process as a tool to engineer success for everybody
  • Comprehend how learning processes integrate with corporate performance
  • Learn the Training Needs Analysis methodology and economic training delivery
  • Sharpen communication and inter-personal skills for training
  • Deliver training demands and evaluate the benefits effectively
  • Understand how unwanted behaviours can cause conflict in the workplace
  • Generate higher employee performance using financial and non-financial incentives

Want to make an enquiry on Advanced Strategic Human Resources Management Training Course?

Please call us on +44 (0) 207 112 4846, email us at training@boc-uk.com or complete our on-line form below.

Small Classes

With small class sizes, much more individual attention can be given to each delegate.

Competitive Pricing

We believe our prices are very competitive and our quality is second to none.

Friendly Staff

Our friendly Customer Support team is here to help you with every step of the way to make your BOC experience comfortable and welcoming.

WAYS TO REGISTER FOR OPEN HUMAN RESOURCES TRAINING COURSES

Course registrations can be made via our website either from individual course pages or through our booking page.

Alternatively, you can download and complete course application form and send via email: training@boc-uk.com or        fax: +44 (0) 207 112 4845 Call: +44 (0) 207 112 4846

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Why Choose BOC?

Commitment to Quality

We strive to provide the best service possible, with the highest regards to quality and professionalism.

Different trainers every day

Each day we have different trainers to maximise the experience sharing.

Kindle for every BOC Delegate

to promote paper free environment, we are giving Kindle Fire to our delegates instead of the course binder.

Luxury Course Venue

All our Training Courses take place at the luxury 4-5 Star hotels located in central London

Certificate of Achievement

At the end of the programme participants will receive a certificate of achievement.

FREE On-going Support

Each delegate receives unlimited support from the trainers after they attended the course with us.

TAILORED MADE / IN-HOUSE MANAGEMENT TRAINING COURSES

All of our open courses can also be run as bespoke courses, tailored to your organisation's specific needs and requirements. Our Tailored Management Training comes in many formats from one-to-one through to fully customised company wide programmes.

To find out more email: training@boc-uk.com or call us on +44 (0) 207 112 4846

ONE TO ONE COACHING & MENTORING

All of BOC open courses can also be run as One to One Training Sessions, where delegate gets a dedicated trainer for their specific learning requirements. This mode of training is highly preferred by those who need undivided attention of the instructor for a fulfilling learning experience. The courses can be tailored to suit the individual needs of the organisation and the delegate.

To find out more email: training@boc-uk.com or call us on +44 (0) 207 112 4846

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