Learn a process for developing an effective human resource plan to ensure that your organization has the right people, with the right skills, in the right jobs.
Developing a Human Resource Plan guides participants through a step-by-step process to developing a human resource plan that includes: staffing, forecasting, performance management, compensation, and employee development. Participants will learn how the human resource plan links to the organizational strategic plan and contributes to employee morale and overall organizational success.
The seminar explains a process for assessing current and future human resource challenges and how to use recruitment, succession planning and retention strategies to address these issues. Participants will learn how to prioritize issues and develop strategic staffing solutions. The seminar also teaches the process of developing action plans for successfully communicating, executing, and monitoring the human resource plan.
This is a core module in the Human Resource Development Program.
Managers and supervisors, business owners, and professionals responsible for the human resource function in your organization.
Build your competencies in human resource planning through professional development in:
Continuing Education Contact Hours: 7
Lynn Morrissey has over 25 years' experience as a facilitator, consultant, and educator. She has taught academic courses in communications, organizational behaviour, and human resources, at the Faculty of Business Administration, Memorial University. She has received many awards for her contributions including the Deans Teaching Award, the Deans Service Award, the Deans Citizenship Award, the Presidents Award for Distinguished Teaching and most recently the Queen`s Diamond Jubilee Medal (2012).
Lynn has a long-standing relationship with the Gardiner Centre, instructing professional development seminars that focus on various fields of workplace communications and facilitation skills. Lynn's industry experience includes writing training and development strategies, developing training plans, leading performance development processes, conducting communications reviews, facilitating strategy sessions, and executive coaching.
In her 'spare time' Lynn is also Faculty Advisor for Enactus (formerly SIFE) Memorial, an international student organization focusing on enhancing entrepreneurial skills and community development. Under Lynn's mentorship, the Enactus Memorial team has consistently achieved top awards and accolades at both the national and international levels. In 2007 Lynn was awarded the John Dobson Faculty Advisor of the Year in Canada for her work with her Enactus team.
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