The course Modern Human Resource Management - Training and Induction describes in detail the process HR professionals or managers go through as they prepare and implement employee training, development, retention and communication processes.
The course first introduces the main points in the employee retention and motivation process as it relates to HRM, as well as the costs and reasons associated with employee turnover. You will gain an understanding of motivational theories and the application of them in the development of retention plans. You will also learn about applying specific retention strategies to include in HR plans, while keeping the company budget in mind. Next, the course introduces the steps involved in training an employee. You will learn about the goals of orientation, the benefits of in-house versus external training, and how to design an effective training program. Different delivery methods such as using web based or classroom training and the types of training are also covered.
Finally, you will learn about the different types of management and communication styles and strategies that are used to communicate successfully with employees. You will learn how to interpret and evaluate employee communication, utilising emotional intelligence, verbal and non-verbal methods and active listening.
This course will be of great interest to all HRM professionals and managers who would like to learn more about modern human resource training and induction procedures, and to all learners who are interested in HRM as a career.
Having completed this course the learner will be able to: - Explain the four steps involved when training an employee; - Explain and give examples of the types of training that can be offered within an organization; - Explain the types of training delivery methods; - Design a training program framework; - Understand the uses and applications of a career development program; - Explain the concept of emotional intelligence; - Describe the four types of communication in the workplace; - Explain the various communication styles and identify your own style; - Define nonverbal communication and describe the importance of it in an HR setting; - Define the various types of management styles; - Explain how we can determine which style to use in a variety of situations.
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