Why this programme?

Do you have all the competencies you need to add value to the HR function? Would you like to be familiar with the full range of HR domains?

Today, HR professionals are increasingly acting as strategic business partners to increase their added value to the business and help their organisation move forward. Consequently, they also strengthen the impact they have as an HR professional. Our goal? To support you in further developing your HR function.

Our Executive Master Class in HRM offers answers to all your strategic HR questions. How to respond creatively to changes in the labour market? How to realise talent development that sustains the growth of the organisation over the long term?
In addition to tackling the strategic questions, we also offer you a conceptual toolbox that enables you to optimise your HR functioning and to evaluate it from a business angle.

Our impact? Positioning HR as a strategic business partner!

After following the programme you will:

  • Understand and leverage connections between the HR function, the organisation and social trends impacting HRM
  • Validate your organisation's HR approach to the current body of knowledge in the HR field
  • Create a strategic HR plan for your organisation
  • Add value to the HR function by adding value to your organisation
  • Evaluate the added value of HR practices and policies within your organisation
  • Strenghten your organisatio's HR policies or practices

Drive real change in your organisation

A learning experience with real impact on your operations? A management programme tailored to the specific needs of your business? Contact us and discover how we can design and deliver customised programmes for your team that add genuine value to your organisation.

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