Developing Competencies for HR Success is a comprehensive training program that teaches the benefits of understanding human resource competencies, how to apply them and how to integrate that knowledge into your business plan. This training is a great way to elevate yourself as a strategic player within your organization, from managing people issues to managing people-related business issues. Participants learn through discussion, exercises and assessments using the International Public Management Association for Human Resources (IPMA-HR) model as a vehicle for dialogue about changes happening within and around human resources. This comprehensive training course was developed by IPMA-HR to provide mid to senior level human resources professionals who are committed to working in the public sector, with a foundation for success. This course culminates in a multiple-choice exam used to assess your understanding of how the 20 competencies are tied to the success of HR professionals. A passing grade on the exam takes you a step closer toward achieving your professional certification and becoming an IPMA-Senior Certified Professional (IPMA-SCP). For requirements and application information refer to www.ipma-hr.org.
This comprehensive training program challenges HR professionals to meet the ever-changing demands of the public sector and prepares you to be a partner in organizational change – ensuring your agency’s relevance for the future. You will gain valuable tools and solutions that address the particular needs and demands of the public sector and gain expertise in the four major roles of HR: HR expert, business partner, leader and change agent. You will explore the 20 competencies for success, complete self-assessments, and have a clear action plan for continuing self-development. You will network with fellow human resources professionals, enjoy high-quality learning and better serve your agency with enhanced skills.
All unpaid balances must be paid in full prior to registering for this training.
If you have any questions, please contact Sheila Chan, Director at Large, at email@example.com or (562) 283-7500.