H.R. Development

The course of Human Resources Management is the strategic approach to the effective management of people in a company or organization such that they help their business gain a competitive advantage. The student will learn about the process of recruiting, interviewing, and hiring new staff. Also, the student will learn principles of human resource management, the position and structure of human resource management, how a small business and human resource management works, the responsibilities of the department and how to maximize employee performance in service of an employer’s strategic objectives.
This Talent Management, People Management and Human Resource Management (HRM) course teaches you the importance of People Management and the role of HR Professionals and Line Managers. It is part of the Human Resource Fundamentals topic area.

In a truly amazing course that gets you fully aware of the role of HR today, you will simply be leaps ahead of fellow HR, Business students and Professionals. This material is crucial to understand HR and its role yet is taught in very few courses, even MBA’s.

It focuses on the practicalities of HR and the essentials of Pluralism & Unitarism. It looks at key parts of the Line Managers role in HR today. It does not cover all aspects of HR as this is not the purpose of the course and instead focuses on key contemporary areas. Important both for line mangers and HR professionals in understanding both of their roles in the Management of People in Organizations today.

This HR course focuses on HRM and Front-Line Management. It looks at the roles and development of Personnel Management through to HRM in lines with changing business philosophies. It is part of the evolving Human Resource Management Fundamentals topic area.

This Talent Management course is specially designed to teach you the key issues around the differing roles of HR and Line Management and the evolution of People Management. This is very important to those considering a career in Human Resource Management and Talent Management, those in Leadership roles and Managers with People Management responsibilities. It is a Human Resource Fundamentals course.

It really helps you get to grips with the very important concepts of Pluralism and Unitarism that are vital to our understanding. So, if you are interested in really understanding the evolution of Talent Management and the key concepts of today, this is for you.

This course is designed for all levels of Managers and HR Professionals who want to improve their skills, understand HR better and move ahead in their careers. Just a few of the things you’ll learn:

You learn about why HR changes over time
The absolute importance of YOU understanding Pluralism & Unitarism
The Role of the Manager in People Management and Human Resource Management
You will discover some key Management Styles and why they are different
How to motivate staff and the theories of Maslow & Hertzberg in particular
The importance of Performance Management in HR
You will get some valuable tips of why Appraisals can be difficult
Hints and tips to make Appraisals worthwhile and a positive experience for you and others
Regardless of what your level of experience is or type of staff member or manager, this course is designed to provide you a great understanding of People Management and its development. Learn about Human Resource Fundamentals. If you are currently a staff member of line manager your better understanding will completely revolutionize your understanding and relationship with Human Resource staff.


You will be able to describe the key factors in the development of HR and People Management
You will be able to outline the role of HR
You will easily be able to discuss the important role of the Manager in People Management
You will have knowledge of the very important concepts of Unitarism & Pluralism
You will understand the key theories relating to motivating staff
You will be able to compare and contrast the Management Styles; X, Y and Z
You shall be in a position to discuss what is meant by Performance Management in an HR Context
You will have knowledge of the key considerations around conducting appraisals

Armstrong, S., & Mitchell, B. (2008). The Essential HR Handbook: A Quick and Handy Resource for Any Manager or HR Professional. Career Press.

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