- Degree type
- Language of education
- 5 days
- Tuition fee EU/EEA
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- Tuition fee Non EU/EEA
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- Education type
- Start of program
- Application deadline
- Netherlands Government
- Type of institution
- Institute for International Education
Get to know systems and tools for HRM in development organisations. Understand different strategies, systems and approaches towards performance management and the strategic role of the HR manager.
People are the most valuable asset in the organisation. Tapping into that asset is a real challenge. This is especially true in an international context, where people often need to perform on distance from the organisation’s headoffice or within a multicultural environment. At the same time, the sharpened focus on result based approaches and delivering high quality of work influences the way organisations fill in and manage their human resources.
You are a HR-manager or project/programme coordinator responsible for HRM within your organisation or project/programme, a staff member of a HR department or an HR advisor for development organisations or projects in an international setting.
This course offers you a unique opportunity to exchange your experience and knowledge on HRM with colleagues from different countries and from a diverse range of organisations. You will gain insights and increase your knowledge on how to optimise your HRM system. The course will devote special attention to how multicultural aspects will influence HRM, how performance management can be linked to staff and organisational development and how to improve your role as HR responsible within the organisation. Furthermore you will practice communication skills related to your HR role like giving feedback and coaching. You will also learn more about the importance of knowledge management for HRM and the linkage between HRM and gender.
You will leave the course with a proposal to improve HRM within your organisation.
• Introduction HRM model • HRM in an international context • Role of the HR responsible person • Performance management (planning, review and appraisal of staff) • Multicultural aspects • Communication skills • Staff motivation • Coaching of staff - staff development • Knowledge management and HRM • Gender and HRM • Developing an individual HRM plan for the organisation.