Human Resources Management
- Length: 1-10 weeks
- Delivery: Face to face or Online
- Start Date: Mondays
- Criteria: IELTS B2 level
- Age: 18+
Organizations operate in an increasingly competitive, uncertain, complex and ambiguous environment. Changes and shifts in the external environment are no longer limited to either specific industries or by geographical boundaries, but both directly or indirectly impact all organizations across the globe. Succeeding in this complex global environment, organizations should respond quickly. This poses challenges for leadership teams and managers.
This unit will explore the traditional nature and form of organizations, the implications of the role and scope of leadership. A range of contemporary working practices will be considered, examining the risks and benefits associated with these leading ti an understanding of how these can be best deployed.
The training seminar is split in two modules:
Module 1: Modern Management practice and principles
Module 2: Leadership, communication and people performance
To present arguments in favor of changing practice
To draft clearly a statement of value at leadership level
To analyze judgment, communication, values while managing teams
Understand the need of communication and good working relationships
Ability to facility staff development and performance
Ability to use the appropriate methods and media of communicating
Ability to reflect on current practice, skills and behaviors and the impact of this in a workplace
Highly interactive blend of informal lecture, group work discussion, exercises, case studies and videos. Any theory discussed will be grounded immediately in practical day to day work. Learning will be enhanced through active involvement in exercises followed by review. Opportunities for self assessment will be provided and feedback on individual and group performance will be encouraged.
Who should attend:
- Managers, leaders and professionals who want to discover new ways to lead their teams
- Those who want a better understanding of the psychology of leadership and workplace behavior
- Those interested in developing their skills in motivating and leading teams to achieve the organizational mission
- Managers who are making the transition to leadership
Frequently asked questions
What are the language criteria?
Our courses are open to students of all backgrounds who are 18 years of age and older. All courses are conducted in English.Discussion boards are a critical component of each of our courses; therefore, we suggest students have a conversational knowledge of English when pursuing a Certificate of Completion
How do I register?
Registration is available on our website.We require full payment at the time of registration and all tuition is billed in British pounds.
How is the programme delivered?
We offer both face to face and online delivery. At the time of the registration students should indicate whether they are registering for online or face to face delivery.
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