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Fundamentals of Human Resources Management

AMA - American Management Association
Training overview
Professional Course
Classroom, Virtual Classroom
4 lessons
From 2,445 USD
Start dates
Online
2,445 USD
7/11/2022

Online
2,445 USD
8/22/2022

Arlington
2,445 USD
7/18/2022

Arlington
2,445 USD
9/22/2022
AMA - American Management Association

Course description

Fundamentals of Human Resources Management

Whether you're a recently appointed HR manager, are new to HR or have a non-HR job with HR responsibilities, this course can give you the know-how you need. Understand essential HR functions and learn to develop an action plan to put to work in your organization.

This comprehensive seminar delivers a modern view of HR's role and will educate you and give you an opportunity to practice your skills in a variety of areas, including but not limited to:

  • Legal responsibilities
  • Talent Acquisition (Recruiting)
  • Talent Assessment (Performance Management and Diversity)
  • Talent Development (Coaching and Leadership Development)
  • Talent Measurement (Compensation) and much more

Who should attend?

 

HR practitioners with less than three years’ experience; non-HR practitioners with HR responsibilities; more experienced HR professionals seeking a fast-paced review of the role of HR in today’s rapidly-evolving workplace.

Training content

Learning Objectives

  • Demonstrate Expertise in a Number of HR Areas, Including (But Not Limited to) Legal Responsibilities, Talent Assessment, Talent Acquisition, and More
  • Go Back to Your Employer with Significantly More Knowledge on How to Be a Strategic Business Partner and Optimally Run an HR Function, Regardless of Your Level
  • Apply Your New Knowledge in Everyday Interactions with Your Teams

Course Outline, AMA HR Philosophy, and Organizational Assessment

  • Understand Why an Emphasis on Talent, Establishing Relationships and Being Strategic Is So Important (While Also Making Sure That the Functional Areas Are Taken Care Of)
  • Think About How Strategic or Functional Your Job Is and How HR at Your Organization Is Perceived Overall

Relationships and Gaining Trust

  • Understand the Importance of Building Relationships
  • Assess Your Own Relationships and Identify Areas for Improvement
  • Describe the Business Impact of Improved Relationships Between HR and Non-HR

Legal Responsibilities

  • Compare and Contrast Managerial and HR Legal Responsibilities
  • Identify Key Federal Employment-Related Terms and Legislation
  • Explain Questions and Categories to Avoid During the Employment Process
  • Define and Increase Awareness of Workplace Sexual and Other Harassment
  • Identify Legal Trends and Challenges

Talent Acquisition

  • Identify Characteristics of Well-Written Job Descriptions and When “JDs” Should Be Written
  • Understand Differences Between and Reasons for Using the Five Questioning Techniques
  • Know and Apply the Steps and Best Practices for a Recruiting Process
  • Distinguish Key Aspects of Orientation and Assimilation, and Generate Ideas to Make These Processes Better at Your Organization

Talent Alignment

  • Understand Key Concepts of Talent Alignment, Which May Be a New Term for Many
  • Have an Opportunity-Focused Mindset, So That You Can Help the Employees at Your Organization, Which in Turn Helps the Company
  • Demonstrate Your Skills and Abilities as a Strategic Business Partner By Advising Leadership on Talent Alignment, Whether They Ask for It or Not

Talent Management

  • Identify What Talent Management Is, What It Includes, and Important Aspects of It
  • Understand Domestic and Global Mobility
  • Put Talent Management Learnings into Practice

Talent Assessment: Performance Management and Diversity

  • Understand the Objectives and Elements of a Performance Management System
  • Describe the Respective Roles of All Concerned in Preparing for Performance Management Meetings
  • Practice a Performance Management Discussion
  • Learn the Key Components of Diversity and Why Having Awareness of Diversity Is Important for HR Professionals, Leadership, and Employees
  • Understand the Importance of Assessing Talent with a Diversity Lens to Make Sure Your Organization Is a Fair and Inclusive Environment

Talent Development: Training, Coaching, Mentoring, and Leadership/Career Development

  • Identify the Respective Responsibilities of All Concerned in the Training Process
  • Know Best Practices in Mentoring and Career and Leadership Development
  • Understand What Coaching Is and Also AMA’s Coaching Model
  • Practice How to Coach and How to Help Others Coach

Talent Measurement/Compensation

  • Assess Your Company’s Year-End Performance Review Process and Determine How It Could Be Conducted Better/Differently
  • See the Correlation Between the Year-End Performance Review Process and Compensation
  • Know the Characteristics of an Effective Compensation System
  • Be a Strategic Business Partner By Helping Leadership Be Fair About How Your Employees Are Compensated
  • Instill a “Total Rewards” Mindset in the Employees at Your Company

Talent Retention and Transition

  • Understand the Importance of Retaining the Employees You Have
  • Know All the Factors That Could Lead to Someone Leaving
  • Be Fully Aware of Key Best Practices When You Have to Terminate Someone’s Employment
  • Be Better Prepared for Letting Someone Go By Practicing That Difficult Conversation

Functional HR Areas: Benefits, Employee Handbook, Policies & Procedures Manuals, and HRIS

  • Differentiate Between Mandated and Voluntary Benefits
  • Discuss Typical/Popular Offerings
  • Identify Benefits Trends and Challenges
  • Determine the Contents of an Employee Handbook
  • Identify the Components of a Policies and Procedures Manual
  • Fully Understand the Uses and Best Practices of HRIS (Human Resource Information Systems)

Final Activities: Role-Play and Individual Action Plan

  • Highlight Many of the Learning Points in the Prior Modules By Way of a Group Role-Play
  • Put What You Learned into Practice
  • Create an Action Plan for Your Role and Organization

Costs

Course price for:

  • Non Members: $2445
  • AMA Members: $2195

Certification / Credits

CEU: 1.2, CPE: 14

About AMA

American Management Association Company Info

The American Management Association, International (AMA) is the global leader in talent development. Founded in 1923, AMA supports the goals of individuals and organizations through a complete range of educational products and services, including instructor-led classroom and virtual seminars, webinars,...


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