Leading Managing and Developing People

This module seeks to familiarise delegates with major contemporary research. Finding evidence on employment and effective approaches in human resource (HR) and learning and development (L&D) practice. Research focusing on the links between people management practices and positive organisational outcomes is covered. As is research that highlights major contemporary changes and developments in practice. The module also introduces learners to major debates about theory and practice in the specific fields of leadership, flexibility and change management.

Suitability -  who should attend?
Managers and HR staff or staff that want to progress their careers in the HR department.

Aims of  the course

The aim being to help delegates become effective managers. As well as effective HR specialists. Managing others fairly and effectively and increasing levels of engagement, commitment, motivation and performance.

Training Course Content
This training course is designed to cover the following headings

  • Review and critically evaluate major contemporary research and debates in the fields of human resource management (HRM) and human resource development (HRD)
  • Evaluate major theories relating to motivation, commitment and engagement at work and how these are put into practice by organisations
  • Debate and critically evaluate the characteristics of effective leadership and the methods used to develop leaders in organisations
  • Contribute to the promotion of flexible working and effective change management in organisations
  • Critically discuss the aims and objectives of the HRM and HRD function in organisations and how these are met in practice
  • Assess the contribution made by HRM and HRD specialists in different types of organisations
  • Promote professionalism and an ethical approach to HRM and HRD practice in organisations

23rd March - 3rd April 2015 / 21st March: Abu Dhabi
6th - 17th July 2015 / 4th - 15th July 2016: New York - USA
5th - 16th October 2015 / 3rd - 14th October 2016: London

Two weeks training: £3,850
One week course: £2,200