HR Strategy and International Development

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To develop global HR management strategy across culture

Program objectives

  • Position HR management at a strategic level, contributing to business strategy and creating value for all stakeholders

Participants' profile

International DRH - HRBP - Corporate HR - International HR high potential...

Prerequisites / Admission requirements

  • At least 5 years working experience
  • English proficiency

This program is part of :


  • HR Strategy and International Development

    Introduction IHRM + Business challenges

    • From crisis to chaos!
    • The world economy looks more and more like a "blackbox"

    Linking business and HR strategies

    • 6 Business challenges
    • Organisation consequences
    • The 3 dimensions for a good HR strategy
    • HR maturity model

    Review AuditoR'H

    HR transformation

    • Drivers of HRM transformation
    • Transformation model
    • Business case

    Social Risk management

    • Risks and challenges: what are we talking about?
    • Legal framework
    • Risk control : models, methods & tools

  • Financing your program

    If you are currently working (full-time and contract), you can benefit from various funding (CIF, CPF, HTT, Période de professionnalisation).

    > Contact us for further information

  • Duration: 4,5 days
  • Language: courses will be offered in English by international experts
  • CMC
    • The IGS Certificate "Certificat de Maîtrise de Compétences" (CMC) is business expertise oriented
    • The certificate is delivered based on assessment and/or portfolio that demonstrates business skills are mastered and implemented
    • Each CMC can be capitalized to get the Executive MBA International Human Resources Management (titre certifié par l'Etat de niveau I (Bac + 5) DRH de Business Unit)

Paris

Duration :

4,5 days

Registration fee :

3 000,00 € excluding VAT

Certification : 800 € excluding VAT

CPF Codes

Employees : 11502
Job seekers : 11502

Next sessions :

  • from 12 February 2019
    to 20 September 2019