London Training for Excellence

Finance for Strategic HR Management

London Training for Excellence
Em London (Reino Unido)
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Tipologia Short course
Local London (Reino Unido)
Horário de aulas 20h
Duração 5 Days
Início 11/06/2018
  • Short course
  • London (Reino Unido)
  • 20h
  • Duração:
    5 Days
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Emagister adds to its catalogue the Finance for Strategic HR Management Course, the programme will explore how firms can manage human resources as a competitive source.

We will consider a wide array of strategic HR perspectives and address the manner in which these perspectives may apply to a variety of hospitality contexts. Lecture, discussion, and case analysis will be the primary methods used to examine models, structures, techniques, and processes for managing HR and transforming the HR function to assume a more strategically central part of the firm.
Having a deeper understanding of the financial side of business, HR managers can gain valuable insight into own company’s strategy and can make their HR department an indispensable component of their organisation. A combination of regional and international case studies and examples will be incorporated into the course.

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Início Localização
11 jun 2018
198-206 Acton Ln, NW10 7NH, London, Reino Unido
Início 11 jun 2018
198-206 Acton Ln, NW10 7NH, London, Reino Unido

O que se aprende nesse curso?

Strategic HR Management
HR Practices
Financial Training
HR organisational development
Human Resources and Training
Credit Control and Finance


At the end of this course, delegates will have the knowledge and confidence to:
  •   Describe how a business operates and define key financial terms and concepts
  •   Determine how to build an HR budget
  •   Describe the link between financial measures and shareholder value
  •   Define key components of the income statement and balance sheet
  •   Identify ways to positively impact corporate performance