Human Resources Free Course USA - Divulgación Dinámica
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Introduction to the Course:

 

People management is a field that advocates strategy and that works to achieve business objectives. It also provides organizations with an added competitive advantage in the current market. What sets a company apart and gives it this advantage is its ability to involve its employees in its corporate mission, vision, values, and goals, as well as having an awareness of its employees’ strengths and weaknesses in order to cultivate existing potential.

This promotional course offers basic training in the conceptual, methodological, and practical components of the important, strategic role that human resources management plays. This represents the progression from traditional human resources management to a managerial style that emphasizes the human factor—something that is essential in any organization—and which is the fundamental pillar of an organization’s success.

Syllabus:

 

1. HUMAN RESOURCES: THE CORE OF AN ORGANIZATION

1.1 Human Resources and its Role
1.1.1 Stages in the Role of Human Resources
1.1.2 Human Resources Management: Functions and Objectives
1.1.3 The Soft and Hard Models of Human Resources
1.2 The Importance of Human Resources within Organizations
1.3 Strategic Planning of Human Resources. HR Planning
1.4 Models of Human Resources Management
1.4.1 Harper and Lynch Model
1.4.2 Werther and Davis Model
1.4.3 Zayas Model
1.4.4 Beer and Collaborators Model
1.4.5 Chiavenato Model
1.4.6 Diagnosis, Projection, and Control of Strategic Management Model
1.4.7 Management of Competencies Model
1.4.7.1 Types of Competence
1.4.7.2 The Martha Alles Model

2. IMPROVEMENT OPPORTUNITIES: POSITIVE ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR

2.1 Psychosocial Risk Prevention
2.1.1 Preventive and Palliative Interventions
2.2 Positive Organizational Psychology
2.2.1 Healthy Organizations: Theoretical Models
2.2.2 Positive Motivation: Engagement and Flow
2.2.3 Positive Psychological Capital
2.2.4 Happiness