Course Overview

Strategic human resource management is an approach to the practice of human resources that addresses business challenges and makes a direct contribution to long- term objectives. The primary principle of strategic human resource management is to improve business performance and uphold a culture that inspires innovation and works unremittingly to gain a competitive advantage. It’s a step above traditional human resources and has a wider reach throughout the organization.

Reaching ultimate business or organization goals requires leadership. Strategic human resource management encompasses the traditional human resources functions of recruiting, screening, interviewing, and hiring employees, but also works with the overall organizational strategy to achieve success.

And now more than ever, the leaders, as well as the employees in non-supervisory levels should enhance and keep their HR competencies at par with global competetiveness to ensure successful execution and implementation of strategic plans and goals in a complex environment.

Course Objectives

By the end of the workshop, the participants will be able to –

  • Identify and map out where their current HR units stands using the transactional vs. strategic HR and analyze what other structures and systems should be put in place to enhance the current HR design and strategies vis-à-vis organization’s VMV and strategic directions

  • Examine how PRIME Maturity Model enable the government agencies in having a more strategic HR

  • Evaluate the agency’s current state vis-à-vis PRIME maturity model in each of the HRM Pillars

  • Develop action plans in enabling the agency’s HR journey to become more strategic

Our Approach and Methodology

Actual practice and application of tools to problems identified by the Participants/Immediate Superior of the Participants

The Coaching and Mentoring workshop participants will be asked to identify and work with actual complex issues throughout the four (4) sessions. Participants are required to bring real workplace challenges they want to discuss in the workshop, and this program is built around an engaging simulation and incorporates many other creative and engaging instructional-design elements. Throughout the workshop, participants may draw on the experience of others as they work on personalized action plans, receive constructive feedback, and learn how to successfully introduce and lead change within their team and organization.

Course Outline

  • 1

    The Current HR State and Future of Work on Strategic Human Resources

    • Future of Work and Implications on Human Resources

    • Evolution of HR from Transactional to Strategic

    • Introduction to the Four Roles of HR

  • 2

    The Four Roles of Human Resources

    • Organization Assessment: HR as Strategic Partner

    • Organization Assessment: HR as Change Agent

    • Organization Assessment: HR as Employee Champion

    • Organization Assessment: HR as Compliance Expert

  • 3

    Strategic Planning and Workforce Planning

    • Strategic Planning and HR

    • Workforce Planning and HR

    • Developing Workforce Plans for my Organization

    • Data-Analytics and Workforce Planning

  • 4

    End of Course

    • The Roadmap/Journey to Strategic HR

    • Bonus Materials

    • For Your Further Development