Critical Measurements for HR Professionals
Become Your Organization's Strategic Partner
HR departments have often been viewed as cost centers that provide internal services and process transactions. Measuring and reporting the effectiveness of HR programs and practices helps to shift the human resource role to that of a strategic partner in accomplishing a company's business strategies.
Specially designed for current or developing HR leaders, this two-day course explores methods of measuring HR's impact and teaches HR professionals how to communicate with senior management using the quantitative business language that drives business today.
Day one focuses on human resource metrics/measurements and the development of a data strategy, while day two focuses on problem solving and the application of the measurements. You will work through case scenarios and present your recommendations and supportive data. Drawing heavily from the work of Jac Fitz-enz, the formulae presented in this seminar will help you gauge the effectiveness, impact and contributions of your department.
What You'll Learn
- The value and purpose of developing metrics for HR departments
- To demonstrate the value of HR measurement to your company's business strategies
- How to effectively present data to management
- How to use HR metrics to recruit, develop and retain employees
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John Spence is a program manager and trainer with UofL's Professional Development team. After completing his MSSW degree at the University of Louisville, he served in a variety of leadership and management positions in non-profit health and human service organizations. Prior to joining UofL, he served as an independent consultant and trainer specializing in outcome measurement and organizational capacity building. He has authored or co-authored several papers on outcome measurement, organizational evaluation, and learning. He has a passion for life-long learning and has helped several organizations develop their capacities for program improvement.