Developing the HR Strategy for Successful People Management

One Day Masterclass


Developing the HR Strategy for Successful People Management

Once we begin to manage or to employ people, we need to establish our HR toolkit.  This ensures that we deal with all situations along the employee journey well, and set the management touchpoints to attain a successful and happy team.

This one-day interactive masterclass gives managers and team leaders the tools to put people right at the heart of your strategic business plan and apply the soft skills required for successful leadership.

This one-day masterclass is ideal for business owners, managers and team leaders who are keen to understand and apply essential best practice and to understand the employee journey within their company.

You will:

  • Learn how to identify managerial activities that contribute to leadership effectiveness and develop a plan to attain this
  • Understand why some companies achieve strategic success and others don’t
  • Learn how your organisational goals inform your people strategy and what affects your HR operations
  • Understand the benefits of operating to best practice and potential risks of not adhering to it
  • Applying soft leadership skills to management practice

For more information, register your interest using the on-page form

Date

Thursday 30th May 2024

Time

9:30-16:30

Location

Riverside Innovation Centre, Chester, CH1 1SL

Investment

£255.00 +VAT per delegate

“​I completed this course last year, it was fantastic, and Rachel Hough was extremely helpful and knowledgeable. It has really helped me to understand my role better and given me the tools to deal with staff in a more professional and balanced way. I would recommend this course to anybody wanting to expand their managerial capabilities.”

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