To managers, HR professionals, HR managers, strategic and finance directors
The ability to see the forest from the trees has always been a useful professional and leadership capability. This is very much true when it comes to HR. HR is not simply a collection of individual functions but it is the “whole”, which is always more than the mere sum of its parts.
Probably not too many people disagree with the statement that well-built HR means serious competitive advantage for an organisation. At the same time, it is not that simple, since:
- you can alway learn in this field, but you can never imitate;
- every company works along unique environmental conditions;
- consequently, HR activities are also unique, and they have to be developed consequently along the company's strategy and organisational culture.
The course offers an overview of
- HR work in practice
- theoretical approaches,
- real-life examples and solutions.
During the training Imre Rigo highlights HR's most important areas and typical HR-related problems, and presents solutions based on his leadership, lecturer, and consultancy experience. As an advocate of the classical, “craftsmanship” HR, he is happy to discuss his approach, its appropriateness, or even its limits.