TRAINING MODULE 1
Participants know the central levers for value-adding HR work. They understand the role HR can play in business transformation and are able to perform strategic workforce planning and to develop action plans for talent management.
Challenges for talent management; developing the talent strategy from business strategy; understanding the business model; strategic workforce planning process; understanding and interpreting talent metrics and performance measurement
TRAINING MODULE 2
Participants know the most important Design Thinking elements, are able to apply the method fully and are able to develop concrete solutions with Design Thinking for their HR programs.
Concept of employee centricity; Design Thinking process in HR; Developing value propositions; Designing employee experiences and employee journeys; Methodological tools for individual process steps; Facilitation tools for the process
TRAINING MODULE 3
Participants know which agile methods can be used in HR management. They are able to apply the relevant methods and to evaluate when an agile approach makes sense.
Drivers of agility; agile HR project management vs. classic HR project management; principles of agile working; basics of Scrum and Kanban; roles and processes in implementation; agile method matrix for the HR
TRAINING MODULE 4
Participants learn tools to perform their role as talent promoters. This enables them to identify the potential and strengths of employees and to develop and use them effectively.
Role as a talent promoter and coach; systemic questions; 4 wings of potential development; team canvas; HR personas; feedback; Golden Circle; OKR for managers; leadership intervention architecture