HR plays an essential role in developing a company’s strategy, managing the employee-centered activities of an organization, and paying attention to legislation. New skills, tools and strategies allow you to plan improved communication with employees to develop strong feedback and maximize performance. Small and medium sized businesses can take the next step of training on current trends related to recruitment, engagement and empathy in the workplace.
Full Cycle Recruitment
An effective recruitment process reduces turnover and increases organizational productivity by matching the right person to the right job. The recruitment process is costly both in terms of time and resources and it is therefore critical that the right candidate is appointed the first time. A full cycle recruitment process starts from writing job descriptions, creating effective job postings, screening, interviewing, selecting the right candidates, providing hire letters, all the way to onboarding the new employees.
Effective performance management results in the development of employees and maximizes their contributions to the organization. In this workshop, participants will learn how to engage in ongoing, two-way dialogue about expectations, priorities and performance. By providing specific feedback, setting clear expectations, and creating dialogue around strengths and growth opportunities, participants will create an effective performance management process for their team.
Succession planning is essential for every organization due to rapid change from technology, competition and retirement of the biggest demographic in today’s workforce. In this workshop, leaders receive an overview of the importance for effective analysis and management development programs, as well as explore templates, tools and best practices for creating a successful succession plan.
Leadership competencies align an organization with what it takes to be successful and helps to define the level of performance through people’s talent. This workshop explores how to become more proactive and cultivate a results-oriented culture in developing leaders, regardless of their formal title.
Feedback Using Radical Candor
Participants will learn how to engage in ongoing, two-way dialogue about expectations, priorities and performance all using Radical Candor. Radical Candor is a philosophy in which leaders can demonstrate that they “Care Personally” but at the same time can also “Challenge Directly”.