Jansen Capital Management invites you to participate in a 3-day HR course program for budding specialists
Block 1. Staff selection and onboarding
• Organization of the personnel recruitment process as a business process.
• Distribution of roles in the recruitment process. What HR is responsible for and what business is responsible for;
• Formation of vacancy requirements;
• Description of requirements for the candidate
• Planning activities for the search and attraction of candidates; Defining the way candidates should be headhunted
• Interviews on values and competencies;
• Rules for interaction with candidates; candidate – experience – what is it for?
• Statistical reports on recruiting;
• Staff onboarding. The main stages of arrangement.
Block 2. Personnel assessment
• Staff assessment types and tools;
• Assessment Center: goals, features, stages, and structure;
• Formation of a list of competencies for the Assessment Center and types of exercises. Rating scales.
• Case structure and recommendations for writing it. Workshop;
• Analysis of results and report generation;
• Providing feedback to the leader and elaborating individual employee development plans.
Block 3. Talent management in the modern world. Career planning and succession pipeline
• Trends in talent management in Ukraine and in the world;
• Talent management maturity levels;
• Key qualities and roles of an HR – specialist;
• The role of HR as a talent manager;
• Definition of company mission and values;
• Career types and career motivators;
• Building a succession pool;
• Potential definition approaches.
Block 4. Staff training and development
• Determining the need for staff training;
• Training planning and budgeting;
• Company training programs: content, structure, and knowledge management;
• Changing the role of the training and development manager, new requirements for the L&D profession, knowledge and skills necessary to better adapt to new business challenges;
• Tools to engage and increase motivation in learning;
• Training effectiveness assessment;
• What is coaching, difference from other tools;
• Self-learning organizations;
• Digitalization of training – how to adapt;
Block 5. Remuneration and motivation
• Philosophy and strategy of compensation administration;
• Key parameters of the reward system. The concept of “total compensation” and its structure;
• Main elements of the incentive system and the principles of their formation:
– Basic payment;
– Long-term motivation; and
– Intangible incentive.
• Implementation of a reward and motivation system.
• Application of grade systems;
• Performance management and bonus management; ROI
• Management of non-financial parameters of the motivation system;
• Responsibility distribution matrix in the remuneration management system;
• Employee KPI – analysis of the fact of completed tasks