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Adams Academy

HR Management Advanced Diploma Level 4 - CPD Certified & IAO Accredited

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383 € 51 
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Originalpreis in GBP:
£ 321  £ 43
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Tipologie Kurs
Niveau Advanced
Methodologie Online
Unterrichtsstunden 57h
Beginn nach Wahl
  • Kurs
  • Advanced
  • Online
  • 57h
  • Beginn:
    nach Wahl
Beschreibung

Human Resource Management (HRM) is the term used to portray formal frameworks concocted for the administration of individuals inside an association. The obligations of a human asset administrator fall into three territories: staffing, worker pay and advantages, and characterising/planning work. The essential duty of this division is to guarantee that employees are following the arrangements and frameworks of the business. To wind up some portion of the Human Resource Management, you have to figure out how to manage workers, partners or temporary workers. This course will be giving all the essential lessons on human asset administration and how to effectively help the advancement of the business you are a part of.

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Ist dieser Kurs für mich?

There is no experience or previous qualifications required for enrolment on this course. It is available to all students of all academic backgrounds.

Wie geht es nach der Info-Anfrage weiter?

On receiving your request an academic officer from the course will call you to explain everything about the course, including how you can sign up, payment options and enrollment periods.

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Was lernen Sie in diesem Kurs?

Leadership
Motivation
Ethics
Marketing
Financial
Planning
Accredited
Resource Management
Team Training
Financial Training
Accredited
Ethics 101
Ethics 101

Themenkreis

COURSE CURRICULUM

Human Resource Administration

Effective HR Administration

Motivation – What is it

The Need Hierarchy

The Two-Factor Theory

The Practical Side of Rewards

Opinions Really Count

The Individual

Interpersonal Behavior

Definition of a Group

Stages of Group Development

Intragroup Behavior

Intergroup Behavior

Team Building

Nature of Informal Organization

Benefits of Informal Organization

The Evolution

Workplace Violence

Stressed Employees

Quality Challenges

Management

Participative Approaches

Job Enrichment Principles

Challenges in Job Design

Nature of Leadership

Common Behaviors

Contingency Leadership

The Next Decade

Internal Leaders

Integrating the Dimensions

Employee Development

Performance Appraisal

Appraisal Problems

Technology’s Impact

The Process

Effective Communications

Nature of Conflict

Nature of Change

Participation and Communication

Multinational Enterprise

HR Management

Module One – Getting Started

Module Two – Human Resources Today

Module Three – Recruiting and Interviewing

Module Four – Retention and Orientation

Module Five – Following Up With New Employees

Module Six – Workplace Health & Safety

Module Seven – Workplace Bullying, Harassment, and Violence

Module Eight – Workplace Wellness

Module Nine – Providing Feedback to Employees

Module Ten – Disciplining Employees

Module Eleven – Terminating Employees

Module Twelve – Wrapping Up

Activities – Diploma in Human Resource Management

HR and Leadership

INTRODUCTION

WHAT MAKES A GREAT LEADER?

HOW TO INSPIRE YOUR TEAM

HOW TO INCENTIVIZE THE RIGHT WAY

HOW TO INCREASE YOUR CHARISMA AND AUTHORITY

HOW TO DEAL WITH A CRISIS

IS IT BETTER TO BE FEARED OR LIKED?

DEALING WITH DISSIDENTS

CREATING TEAMS AND ENCOURAGING TEAMWORK

UNDERSTANDING CHARACTERS AND CHOOSING THE RIGHT PERSON

THE 10 MOST POWERFUL TIPS FOR LEADERS

CONCLUSION

HR and Employee Onboarding

Module One – Getting Started

Module Two – Purpose of Onboarding

Module Three – Introduction

Module Four – Onboarding Preparation

Module Five – Onboarding Checklist

Module Six – Creating an Engaging Program

Module Seven – Following Up with New Employees

Module Eight – Setting Expectations

Module Nine – Resiliency and Flexibility

Module Ten – Assigning Work

Module Eleven – Providing Feedback

Module Twelve – Wrapping Up

Employee Management Course: Millennial Onboarding- Activities

HR and Employee Motivation

Module One – Getting Started

Module Two – A Psychological Approach

Module Three – Object-Oriented Theory

Module Four – Using Reinforcement Theory

Module Five – Using Expectancy Theory

Module Six – Personality’s Role in Motivation

Module Seven – Setting Goals

Module Eight – A Personal Toolbox

Module Nine – Motivation on the Job

Module Ten – Addressing Specific Morale Issues

Module Eleven – Keeping Yourself Motivated

Module Twelve – Wrapping Up

HR Management: Employee Motivation- Activities