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HR Performance Management, Retention, and Turnover is a Course

HR Performance Management, Retention, and Turnover

Mar 8 - Mar 18, 2022

$495 Enroll

Full course description

Location Live Online

Full Schedule Every week on Tuesday and Thursday, starting on 3/8/22 and ending on 3/17/22 from (6:30 PM - 8:30 PM) EST

Tuesday : March 8, 2022 (6:30 PM - 8:30 PM) EST
Thursday : March 10, 2022 (6:30 PM - 8:30 PM) EST
Tuesday : March 15, 2022 (6:30 PM - 8:30 PM) EST
Thursday : March 17, 2022 (6:30 PM - 8:30 PM) EST

(Note: Course includes 5 to 7 hours of self-paced material)

Instructor Ian Briggs, PhD
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Instructor Dr. Briggs

     Dr. Ian Briggs is an entrepreneurial business leader and highly competent educator with over 20 years of successful teaching and management experience with an emphasis on leadership, operations, program and project management, sales and marketing, customer service and delivery, human resources, and employee learning and development. He has extensive global expertise in managing cross-functional teams across a broad range of industries including electronic manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, information technology, sports, non-profit, and healthcare. He has worked as a Regional Business Director (Southeast Asia) for Merck, and as a Business Manager for Microsoft with cross-cultural responsibility, directing highly successful global projects within these same organizations. As part of a protean career, for 10 years Dr. Briggs developed and managed his own business training and coaching world-class athletes for competition. More recently he has taken to educating companies and their employees with regard to leadership, effective people management, and improving organizational productivity and profitability through the efficient and sustainable use of human resources. This concept lends itself to the learning and use of Human Resource Management as a successful business methodology.

     Dr. Briggs educational background includes an undergraduate degree in business, an MBA with a focus on international business and human resource management, and a PhD in Management with an emphasis on leadership and organizational change. With this very diverse background he is very keen to share a unique combination of academic and practical experience to prepare adult learners for their future success.

This course is designed to facilitate learning of the approaches and tools that may be leveraged by organizations to effectively manage employee performance. In turn, this knowledge should support retention of individuals performing to the required standards of the organization and minimize the costly expense of unexpected turnover. The program is for:

  • Participants wanting to become HR professionals
  • Early career HR staff
  • Those in career transition
  • Managers with HR responsibilities
  • HR professionals seeking to update their skills
  • SHRM certified professionals seeking re-certification credit

The program is designed to facilitate learning through reading, group discussion, and participation in in-class exercises.