HR Management Skills

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About the Course

Managing the HR function in an organization requires the use of many skills, including the ability to manage yourself and others, and the ability to make informed decisions and solve problems effectively. This course will enable HR professionals to understand how to get employees on ‘The Road to High Performance’ and to help keep them there!

Who Should Attend?

This course is designed for those who are new to the HR function, or who have some experience, but no formal training, and who would like to broaden their HR knowledge and develop their HR expertise.

By the end of this course you will be able to:

  • Clearly understand the management skills required to effectively perform the HR function in an organization
  • Practice skills, such as interviewing, selection, and counselling, in a safe training environment
  • Have an exposure to all the areas that an HR professional needs to understand, for working in today’s demanding job market

Course Duration: 4 days

Course Contents

  • Human resources management
    • The costs involved
    • The road to high performance
    • Roles & skills of the human resource manager
  • Planning & organizing effectively
    • The planning process
    • Exercise in planning
  • Recruitment & selection
    • Analyzing the recruitment & selection process
  • Job descriptions, competencies & person specifications
    • Writing job descriptions
    •  key / core competencies
    •  how to decide on appropriate competencies
    • Writing person specifications
  • Communicating effectively
    • The process of communication
    • Skills of communication
    • Asking questions
    • Active listening
  • The recruitment process
    • Sources of recruitment
    • The screening process
    • Application forms
    • The interview & selection process
    • Interview role plays
    • Post-interview procedures & follow-up
    • Using psychometric tests & assessment centers
  • Behavioral styles
    recognizing behavioral styles

    • Being assertive
    • Assertiveness in practice
  • Effective coaching & counselling
    • The ‘developer’ coaching model
    • Preparing for a coaching or counselling session
    • Conducting the session
    • Guidelines for getting feedback
    • Coaching & counselling role plays
  • Dealing with disciplinary issues
    • The need for rules & disciplinary procedures
    • Handling a disciplinary matter
    • Holding a disciplinary interview
    • Deciding & implementing disciplinary action
    • Holding an appeal
  • Motivation
    • Theories on motivation
    • Motivation & demotivation in the workplace
  • Effective appraisal skills
    • Preparation for an appraisal
    • The appraisal interview
    • The follow-up
    • Appraisal role plays
  • Developing a training plan
    • Identifying training needs
    • A strategic approach
    • Preparing a training plan
    • Monitoring training
  • Effective decision making
    • Action-centered leadership
    • Decision making in practice

Material given during the training:  [DVD’s and Case Studies will be used during this course to illustrate examples of good and bad change implementation processes].

Before the course

Each delegate will be asked to complete a Pre-Course Assessment Form to determine their current level and objectives for attending the course. The content of such Form will be used by the trainer only to give tailored training that is focused on each group of delegates.

At the end of the course

Each delegate will be asked to complete an Individual Development Plan and Vocational Completion Certificate.

* Discounts available for multiple bookings

 

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