Becoming a top-notch Human Resource Manager involves more than just performing management functions like planning, organizing, directing, and controlling. It also involves the study of psychology, communication, economics, and sociology. By putting all of these skills together, a professional HR Manager ensures that their organization can achieve success through its employees.
To effectively manage human capital, business professionals often have to step outside of their comfort zone to support innovative practices and make strategic decisions that are in the best interest of the company, rather than support a static culture they may consider to be more comfortable.
You will learn:
The course takes a practical view that integrates the contributions of the behavioural sciences with the technical aspects of implementing the HR function in the real world.
HR Managers who want to get familiar with the most important functions of HR Management, HR Specialists that are aiming to gain a deeper understanding of the various elements involved in successful HR Management or who are aiming for a career progression in management area, or other Specialists or Managers who wish to learn more about best practices in people management.