HR For Non HR

Objectives

As employees move up the career ladder and become managers, the requirement to deliver hands on technical skills will become less apparent. However, the skills to manage people will become more critical and important. Thus, the adage: “Every Manager is a HR Manager” holds water in this particular instance.
This course will provide:
i. An appreciation of the HR Management spectrum to line managers.
ii. UnderstandingHRDepartment’sroleandhowtheycancollaborateinexecutingHRpolicies
and practices.
iii. Acquire basic interpersonal skills and manage first level employee issues.
iv. Assist HR Department in addressing their staff developmental needs and retention.
v. Act as a change agent for organisational needs.

 

Course Description

This workshop serves as an introductory session to the total HR spectrum knowledge for all line managers. It provides some understanding on the strategic role Human Resource Management (HRM) plays in achieving an organisation’s vision and mission. Participants will also learn the brief essentials of HRM, how to counsel and motivate employees, their roles in staff career development, understand the importance of training in developing employees as well as managing change in organisations.

 

Duration

2 days

 

Course Outline

Experiential learning methodology consisting of mini lectures, short role-plays, self-assessment, individual exercises and quiz/re-cap activity.

MODULE LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Essentials of Human Resource Management
– Strategic HRM

• Why HRM is Important?
• Best Practices – HR Role as a Strategic Business Partner
• BSC – The linkage of HR Strategies to Organisational Strategies
• Overview of HR function – the HR spectrum and its value chain
• HR and Technology
• Manpower Forecast and Sourcing
• Succession Planning and How Talent Management Could Assist

Managers’ Role in Career Development of Employees

• Sharing expectations with staff and Importance of Job Descriptions • The importance of an effective Recruitment System – example of a Competency-Based Selection System
• Basic Testing Techniques Implemented in a Selection System • Interviewing Techniques
• Why is Managing Performances Important?
• The Performance Management System Concept

Rewarding and Retaining Employees

Rewards Management in HR
• The importance of Retaining Employees
• Internal and External Equity
• Salary Benchmarking and Job Evaluation
• Salary and Compensation trends for forward looking organisations – skill-based pay, broad-banding, etc • Employees Benefits Management

Training Needs Analysis

Understanding TNA
• Identifying Competency Gaps
• Identifying Training Requirements
• The importance of learning and development

Change Management

What is Change?
• The manager’s role in leading and managing change • People relations/management

Managers’ Role in Employee Welfare

Manager’s role in leading and managing change
• Managing Employee’s Communication – Basic Inter-Personal Skills • Counselling
• Mentoring
• Coaching (lecture and short role play (a reflection exercise)