BUSINESS & MANAGEMENT - Human Resource Management in an International Context
People are the most valuable asset of your organization. Tapping into that asset is a real challenge. How can you motivate staff to perform at their best? How can you create the optimum environment to enhance employees and their capacities? Especially in an international context, this is easier said than done. Therefore, effective HRM must be tailored to your organization, its cultural values and its available human resources. This workshop expands the participants’ knowledge of systems and tools for Human Resource Management (HRM) in development organizations. It will shed light on the different strategies, systems and approaches towards performance management and the more strategic role of the HR manager in the organization.
PARTICIPANTS WILL BE ABLE TO:
-Identify the functioning of HRM in the organization and in an international context
-Identify the role of the HR manager
-Identify the HRM model
-Identify performance management systems
-Identify best job profiles and competencies
-Communicate and provide feedback about staff planning
-Review and appraise staff performance
-List the best possible methods of staff motivation
-Identify methods for staff coaching
-Develop an individual HRM plan
-A manager or project/program coordinator responsible for human resources
-A staff member of a human resource or personnel department or an adviser involved in the developing of, or advising on human resources for development organizations or projects in an international setting.