Mini MBA in Human ResourcesT

This MBA course examines how to benefit from HR. HR Course is now recognised as an exciting programme that will bring you up to date on the latest techniques and approaches that are appropriate in HR.

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

• Understand the objectives and goals of HR.
• Understand the Human Resource Management.
• Know how to improve the performance of management in a Multi Cultural Organization
• Know how to recruit.
• Identifying the workplace conflict.
• Know the HR Ethics and Training & Development

Methodology of Training
Effective presentations for each of the topics together with interactive trainer lead sessions of discussion. There will also be practical sessions and the participants have the opportunity to practice and experience. Role-plays, case studies, DVD's, videos, small group work, exercises and feedback will be used to facilitate learning.

The Organisational Impact
• Participants will be able to work successfully in this course.
• Participants will be able to describe the role of the HR.
• Improve the strategic business planning
• Participants are encouraged to invoke the disciplinary process.
• Participants will be able to recruit well.
• Participants will be able to use personal action planning

This course is designed for :
• Anyone involved in HRM at all levels .
• Those who received their HR Training in past years and need to be brought up to date with best practice.
• Those who have joined a HR or Personnel Department in past few years but who have no formal HR Training
• Any existing HRM or Personnel Staff who need to stay up-to-date on current practices and trends
• Those managers who would benefit from an understanding of the HR role and function
• Occupational Health & Safety and training staff
• Those who wish to enter the HR field
• Those studying HRM as part of a MBA Programm



11-15 July 2011

18-22 July 2011

25-29 July 2011

1-5 August 2011

8-12 August 2011

4-8 July 2011
















Additional Info

  • Day 1:

    An Overview of Human Resource Management
    •    The changing world of business and its impact on the Human Resource Function
    •    The difference between HRM and Personnel Management
    •    Introducing Human Resource Management (HRM)
    •    Main activities, responsibilities and tasks of HRM
    •    Introducing Strategic HRM (SHRM)
    •    Strategic Business Planning
    •    HR jobs and systems
    •    Typical department structure – HRM department case study
    •    Qualifications and professional study – CIPD, SHRM, Arabic Societies

  • Day 2:

    Performance Management in a Multi‐Cultural Organization
    •    The principles of effective performance management
    •    Invoking the disciplinary process
    •    The role of HR and the responsibilities of line management in PM
    •    Addressing the performance gap
    •    Performance Management in multi-cultural organisations
    •    The purpose and use of Performance Appraisal
    •    Characteristics of an effective Performance Appraisal meeting
    •    The advantages and disadvantages of 360 degree feedback

  • Day 3:

    Recruitment, Employee Resourcing & Reward
    •    Flexibility and introducing the 'flexible firm'
    •    Pay and reward, compensation and benefits
    •    Total reward
    •    Introduction to reward
    •    The psychology of motivation
    •    Recruitment and selection
    •    Assessment and development centres
    •    Exit procedures and exit interviews

  • Day 4:

    Workplace Conflict & Working with Troubled Employees
    •    Managing employee problems
    •    Stress Management
    •    Bullying & Harassment
    •    Workplace Conflict
    •    Counselling services & Employee Assistance Programmes (EAP)
    •    Equality of opportunity & employee diversity
    •    Managing conflict at work
    •    Introducing workplace mediation

  • Day 5:

    HR Ethics and Training & Development
    •    Human Capital Management – HR Planning
    •    HRM Ethics
    •    Corporate Social Responsibility
    •    What is learning?
    •    Training and Development
    •    Induction for new employees
    •    Personal action planning
    •    Continuing personal development (CPD)

  • Period: 5 Hours
  • Duration: 5 Days
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