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To improve the organizational dynamics in your workplace, you need to start with the individual, which means you need to be able to recognize and work with different individual behaviors, attitudes, and perceptions. In this course, you will learn about variables and characteristics that influence an individual's behavior, attitudes, and perceptions in the workplace, and how these can affect performance. The course also demonstrates how you can improve the attitudes, perceptions, and behaviors of employees at an individual level within your organization.
Recognize how biographical characteristics and abilities affect an individual's performance within an organization
Match personality traits to expected individual's performance within an organization
Determine the factors driving an individual's perceptions in the workplace
Recognize ways to improve an individual's perceptions in an organization
Determine the factors influencing an individual's attitude towards work
Identify the appropriate actions to take to improve an individual's attitude towards work
HR departments need to support their organization's key strategies and help them in the fight to remain competitive. A key way that HR can do this is through effective talent management. In this course, you'll learn about the role of HR in talent management, how to identify the skills your organization needs, how to satisfy these needs through planning to recruit, train, and promote talent as your organization requires it, and how to manage performance successfully within the framework of talent management.
Identify the talent management activities performed by HR
Describe workforce analysis methods
Recognize HR workforce planning activities
Sequence the steps of a strategy-based workforce planning process
Identify the factors required for an effective performance management system
Recognize examples of performance appraisal methods
Identify the main criteria for rewards to encourage optimal performance
An organization can't achieve its strategic business goals if it doesn't have the needed human capacity and skills - the talent - to do this. Managing talent effectively means your organization will have a total workforce optimized for overall success in achieving its goals. In this course, you'll learn about creating development programs for everyone from emerging employees through to experienced leaders by considering key concepts of career development, leadership development, and mentoring. You'll also learn how to maintain a qualified talent pipeline through effective succession planning. You'll explore succession planning activities, and learn how to create a succession program and analyze its success after implementation.
Recognize examples of career development programs
Describe the theories of leadership
Identify the characteristics of a successful mentoring program
Identify the activities that are characteristics of succession planning
Match each stage of the succession planning process to the activities involved
Match succession program assessment models to descriptions
In an ideal world, your HR department's tasks are defined and aligned with the goals of the organization. HR has a seat at the executive table, helping to set and implement strategy throughout the organization, and all the day-to-day administrative HR activities efficiently support the organizational strategy. This is transformational HR.In this course, you'll learn about the difference between traditional transactional HR and transformational HR and the importance of involving HR in organizational strategy. The course also describes how to make your HR function more transformational and how to educate management on the importance of a strategic partnership with HR.
Define transformational HR
Recognize ways in which transactional HR duties can be made transformational
Identify tactics for a transactional HR department to become transformational
Describe HR's role in defining and implementing organizational strategy
Recognize examples of ways to streamline transactional HR
Recognize the arguments that could help secure management buy-in for transformational HR
Transformational HR and Talent Management e-learning bundle