New 2024 Updates for FLSA Overtime Rules & Exemption Criteria: Comprehensive 4-Hour Certificate Program
New 2024 Updates for FLSA Overtime Rules & Exemption Criteria: Comprehensive 4-Hour Certificate Program
SHRM Recertification Provider and HRCI Approved Provider

Instructor: Elga Lejarza, aPHR, PHR, SHRM-CP, SPHR, GPHR, SHRM-SCP

Continuing Education Credits:

  • HRCI – 4 HR(General) Credits
  • SHRM – 4 PDC’s

Schedule: 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM Eastern Time

Stay Ahead of Compliance: Be Prepared for the U.S. Department of Labor’s final overtime rule, effective from July 2024

Our intensive 4-hour certification program delves into the critical nuances of the U.S. Department of Labor’s final overtime rule, effective from July 2024.

With the U.S. Department of Labor’s latest final overtime rule coming into effect, staying compliant is not just advisable, it’s imperative for businesses. Attending our training ensures you’re not caught off guard. The ripple effects of non-compliance can range from hefty fines to damaging lawsuits – risks no organization can afford. Our training provides a proactive blueprint for navigating these changes, offering you a thorough understanding of the new salary thresholds and exemption criteria. By equipping yourself with this knowledge, you safeguard your company against potential legal and financial repercussions.

Participants will gain an in-depth understanding of the increased salary thresholds for the Executive, Administrative, and Professional (EAP) exemptions under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and explore the specific exemption criteria through detailed analysis of the exempt tests for executive, administrative, learned and creative professionals, computer-related roles, outside sales, and highly compensated employees.

Why Should You Attend?

By focusing on these critical areas, our training offers a holistic approach to understanding and implementing the new FLSA regulations, ensuring attendees are well-prepared to tackle the challenges and opportunities these changes bring.

Strategic Workforce Planning: The adjustments to salary levels for exempt employees will require many organizations to rethink their staffing models. Our program doesn’t just outline the what and when; it delves into the strategic how. Learn how to reassess employee classifications and make informed decisions on whether to increase salaries to maintain exemptions or reclassify employees as non-exempt. Attendees will walk away with practical strategies for workforce restructuring that align with financial objectives and operational needs, ensuring a smooth transition to the new standards without disrupting business continuity.

Competitive Advantage Through Expertise: Understanding the intricacies of FLSA regulations confers a significant advantage in the HR field. Our program not only reviews the changes but also provides attendees with the ability to interpret and apply complex legal information in practical, real-world scenarios. As a result, you enhance your professional value, making you an indispensable asset to your organization. The expertise gained here can also empower you to provide consultancy to other businesses, expanding your career opportunities and positioning you as a subject matter expert.

Protecting Employee Relations and Morale: Changes in overtime rules can cause anxiety and uncertainty among employees. By attending our training, you gain the tools to manage these changes with sensitivity and transparency. You’ll learn how to effectively communicate with your workforce about the new regulations, the reasoning behind any changes in their employment status, and how it benefits the organization and them. Protecting employee morale during these transitions is crucial, and with the knowledge from this program, you can ensure that your employees feel valued and fairly treated.

Anticipating Future Shifts: The FLSA rules aren’t static; they evolve with the changing workforce and economic landscape. Part of our training involves understanding the established procedure for updating earnings thresholds every three years. By understanding the pattern of these changes and the underlying factors that drive them, you can better anticipate and plan for future updates. This forward-thinking approach means that you won’t just be prepared for 2024’s changes but will be ready to adapt to the next wave of modifications, keeping your organization compliant and competitive for years to come.

Navigating the complexities of the FLSA’s new regulations is crucial for maintaining compliance and avoiding costly legal pitfalls. Our program offers a strategic overview of the upcoming changes and practical insights on how to apply the new exempt tests. Attending our certification not only prepares you to adeptly reclassify employees if necessary but also ensures that your organization’s payroll practices remain above board.

Key Benefits:

  • Comprehensive Understanding: Gain insight into the intricacies of the latest U.S. Department of Labor regulations, ensuring your organization stays ahead of compliance challenges.
  • Legal Compliance and Risk Reduction: Equip yourself with the knowledge needed to navigate changes in the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), reducing the risk of costly fines and lawsuits.
  • Strategic Workforce Planning: Learn to adapt staffing models to meet new salary thresholds, ensuring operational efficiency while maintaining compliance.
  • Competitive Advantage Through Expertise: Develop expertise in FLSA regulations, enhancing your professional value and positioning yourself as a trusted advisor within your organization and beyond.
  • Employee Relations and Morale: Learn effective communication strategies to ease employee concerns and maintain morale during regulatory transitions.
  • Anticipating Future Shifts: Understand the patterns and factors driving FLSA updates, preparing your organization for future compliance requirements.

Target Audience:

  • HR Managers and Directors
  • Payroll Professionals
  • Compliance Officers
  • Business Owners
  • Legal Counsel specializing in labor laws
  • Any HR professional responsible for classification and payroll decisions

Topics Covered:

  • Overview of the FLSA’s Final Overtime Rule
  • Increased Standard Minimum Salary Levels
  • New Annual Salary Threshold for Highly Compensated Employees
  • Exempt Tests for EAP Employees
  • Reclassification Strategies for Current Exempt Employees
  • Executive Exempt Test Breakdown
  • Administrative Exempt Test Criteria
  • Professional (Learned and Creative) Exempt Tests
  • Computer Employee Exempt Test Guidelines
  • Outside Sales Exempt Test Standards
  • Highly Compensated Employee Criteria
  • Triennial Updates to Earnings Threshold

What You Get:

  • Certificate of Completion
  • 4 Recertification Credit Hours for HRCI and SHRM
  • Networking with other HR professionals
  • The assurance and tranquility that come from knowing your practices are aligned with the latest FLSA mandates

New 2024 Updates for FLSA Overtime Rules & Exemption Criteria: Comprehensive 4-Hour Certificate Program

$59500
  • What’s Included:
  • 4 Hours of Live Instructor-Led Training by Elga Lejarza, aPHR, PHR, SHRM-CP, PHR, SHRM-SCP, GPHR
  • HRCI – 4 HR (General) Credits
  • SHRM – 4 PDC’s
  • Certificate upon Successful Completion

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Comprehensive 2-Day Coaching and Mentoring Certificate Program: Unlocking Potential and Developing Talent

Comprehensive 2-Day Coaching and Mentoring Certificate Program: Unlocking Potential and Developing Talent
SHRM Recertification Provider and HRCI Approved Provider

Instructor: Alicia Villegas

Continuing Education Credits:

  • 14 HRCI – HR(General) Credits
  • 14 SHRM – PDC’s

Schedule: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM Eastern Time (Detailed Agenda Below)

Unleash the full potential of your team with our dynamic 2-Day Coaching and Mentoring Certificate Program. As the HR landscape evolves, empowering employees through effective coaching and mentoring is the key to success.

Join us for these transformative days where you’ll master coaching fundamentals, explore impactful mentoring relationships, and address biases in performance management. Tailored for both seasoned HR professionals and those starting their journey, this program equips you to be a catalyst for unlocking the untapped potential within your organization.

Don’t miss this strategic opportunity to elevate your HR career and bring out the best in your team.

Enroll now and be a driving force for positive change!

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Program Overview

Attention HR Professionals!

Elevate Your Expertise with Our Cutting-Edge Coaching and Mentoring Certificate Program.

Human Resource Management has evolved, demanding HR professionals to expand their skill set beyond administrative functions. The ability to coach, mentor, and foster talent has become a strategic imperative for organizations navigating today’s dynamic business landscape.

Are you ready to advance your career as a high-impact HR professional? Look no further than our 2-Day Coaching and Mentoring Certificate Program. Participating in this program is a pivotal step for HR professionals aiming to enhance organizational effectiveness and human capital growth. Our program is meticulously designed to equip participants with essential coaching tools and methodologies, enabling them to provide direct, impactful coaching to staff members.

Human Resource Management now extends beyond conventional boundaries. Our Certificate Program is crafted for seasoned professionals seeking fresh insights or those just beginning their HR journey. Uncover the secrets of becoming an effective business partner, supporting your organization’s vision, mission, and goals.

Beyond individual coaching, the program extends its focus to advising and training managers and supervisors on implementing effective coaching strategies within their teams. By embedding coaching into the organizational culture, HR professionals can foster an environment of continuous improvement, enhanced performance, and increased employee engagement.

The dual approach of empowering HR professionals and leadership with coaching skills ensures that the benefits of coaching ripple throughout the organization, leading to sustained growth, higher productivity, and a competitive edge in human capital development.

Over the course of the two days, dive into a journey of comprehensive learning and skill development. Through a blend of engaging coursework, interactive discussions, and real-world case studies, participants will acquire in-depth knowledge of critical HR functions and develop practical skills to navigate the complexities of the modern workplace.

This program isn’t just a learning opportunity; it’s a strategic step toward achieving HR credentials. Our comprehensive curriculum prepares you for HR certification exams, making it an excellent platform for those aspiring to be certified HR professionals and provides credits for those who are already certified and need to maintain credentials.

Join our vibrant community of HR professionals and embark on a transformative journey to become an indispensable asset to your organization. Enroll in our Coaching and Mentoring Certificate Program now to unlock your HR potential and take your expertise to the next level.

Our 2-Day Coaching and Mentoring certificate program is an investment in developing a coaching culture that values feedback, professional development, and mutual success, making it an essential endeavor for any HR professional committed to driving organizational success and employee fulfillment.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to gain a holistic understanding and enhance your coaching and mentoring capabilities. Enroll today and be a catalyst for positive change in your organization

Key Features

  • Comprehensive: Embrace a thorough exploration of coaching and mentoring within the HR domain, covering essential aspects that align with the evolving needs of the field.
  • Tailored: Our program tailors its content to address the unique requirements of HR professionals, managers, supervisors, and various industries, ensuring a customized learning experience for every participant.
  • Actionable: Gain hands-on experience and practical skills that can be implemented immediately within your professional setting. The program emphasizes actionable insights to drive tangible results in coaching and mentoring practices.
  • Engaging: Immerse yourself in interactive sessions, dynamic exercises, and real-world case studies that make learning both enjoyable and applicable to your daily HR challenges.
  • Technology-focused: Stay ahead in the digital age with a Certificate Program that integrates relevant technological tools, preparing you for the modern landscape of coaching and mentoring in HR.

Why You Should Attend:

  • Emerge as an HR Visionary: Participate in our program to evolve into an HR professional equipped with cutting-edge coaching and mentoring skills. Elevate your role from administrative tasks to a strategic partner, fostering talent and driving organizational success.
  • Reduce Stress and Reclaim Equilibrium: Learn effective stress management techniques, ensuring a balanced and resilient approach to HR challenges. Our program provides valuable insights to help you navigate complexities with composure, ensuring a harmonious and productive workplace environment.
  • Enhance Your Leadership Acumen: Ignite inspiration within your HR team by honing leadership acumen through coaching and mentoring. Acquire the tools to lead with confidence, motivate teams, and foster a culture of continuous improvement.
  • Cultivate Personalized Strategies for Ongoing Enhancement: Discover personalized strategies for continuous enhancement and mastery in HR. Our Certificate Program equips you with the skills to tailor coaching and mentoring approaches, fostering a culture of individual and organizational growth. Join us to unlock your potential and thrive in the dynamic landscape of HR.

Target Audience

  • Mid to Senior-Level HR Program Managers: Professionals overseeing HR teams, responsible for strategic leadership and program management within the organization.
  • Human Resource Professionals: HR personnel involved in talent management, employee development, and HR strategy implementation.
  • Team Leaders and Supervisors: Individuals in leadership roles, cultivating team dynamics and driving performance through effective coaching and mentoring.
  • Project Managers: Professionals skilled in coordinating and executing HR projects related to talent acquisition, development, and workplace initiatives.
  • Administrative and Executive Assistants: Support staff engaged in HR functions, contributing to the efficiency of administrative processes and employee support.
  • Small Business Owners and Entrepreneurs in HR: Individuals steering their businesses, responsible for HR functions such as recruitment, employee engagement, and strategic planning.
  • Independent HR Freelancers and Consultants: Self-employed HR professionals striving for efficient and effective coaching and mentoring strategies in diverse organizational contexts.
  • Healthcare HR Professionals: Doctors, nurses, and administrators in HR roles within the healthcare sector, focusing on talent management and healthcare-specific HR challenges.
  • Educators and Academic HR Administrators: Teachers, professors, and school administrators managing HR initiatives for educational excellence, supporting the growth and development of educational institutions.
  • Legal Professionals: Lawyers and paralegals engaged in HR roles, ensuring legal compliance and addressing legal aspects related to HR practices.
  • Financial Advisors and Accountants: Finance professionals applying HR program management for strategic financial planning, including aspects of employee compensation and benefits.
  • Sales and Marketing Professionals: Individuals in dynamic sales and marketing HR roles, contributing to employee development, motivation, and performance optimization.
  • IT Professionals and Developers: Tech-savvy professionals utilizing HR practices for talent acquisition, retention, and employee development within the IT industry.
  • Government Officials and Public Service Employees: Individuals in HR roles within government and public service, contributing to effective HR practices for public service excellence.
  • Non-Profit Organizers and Activists: Those in HR roles within the non-profit sector, focusing on talent management, employee engagement, and organizational development for mission-driven success.
  • Customer Service Managers: Professionals overseeing customer service teams, integrating effective coaching and mentoring strategies to enhance customer satisfaction and team performance.
  • Research Scientists and Analysts: Professionals in HR roles focused on research and analysis, contributing to evidence-based HR practices and data-driven decision-making.
  • Anyone Seeking Improved Skills: Individuals desiring enhanced skills in HR project management, coaching, and mentoring to excel in their respective roles and contribute to organizational success.

You Receive the Following Certificate Program Resources and Materials

  • Colorful Spiral-bound Powerpoint Presentation Book
  • Networking with Peers and other HR Professionals
  • Certificate of Completion
  • HRCI and SHRM Recertification Credit Hours

2-Day Agenda

Day 1

10:00 am – 10:15 am: Welcome and Introduction

  • Overview of the day’s agenda
  • Reflecting on Pre-Quiz

10:15 am – 11:15 am: Module 1 Coaching Fundamentals

  • Definition and principles of coaching
  • Coaching vs. mentoring distinctions
  • The importance of coaching and mentoring in the workplace
  • Identifying the roles and responsibilities of a coach and a mentor
  • Establishing clear objectives for coaching and mentoring sessions
  • Understanding the benefits of coaching and mentoring for employees and organizations
  • Reflection and journaling session on personal growth as a coach or mentor

11:15 am – 11:45 am: Module 2 Building the Coaching and Mentoring Relationship

  • Creating trust and rapport in the coach-mentee relationship
  • Setting boundaries and confidentiality
  • Active listening skills
  • Empathetic engagement
  • Encouraging openness and honesty
  • Providing constructive feedback
  • Receiving feedback gracefully
  • The art of asking powerful questions
  • Goal setting in coaching and mentoring
  • Developing action plans

11:45 am – 12:00 pm: Morning Break

12:00 pm – 1:00 pm: Module 3 Coaching Techniques and Tools

  • The GROW model (Goal, Reality, Options, Will)
  • The CLEAR model (Contracting, Listening, Exploring, Action, Review)
  • The OSCAR model (Outcome, Situation, Choices, Actions, Review)
  • Strengths-based coaching
  • Emotional intelligence in coaching
  • Solution-focused coaching
  • Cognitive Behavioral Coaching
  • Mindfulness and coaching
  • Using metaphors and storytelling
  • Coaching with NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming)
  • Workshop on developing a personal coaching philosophy

1:00 pm – 1:45 pm: Module 4 Performance Appraisals with Biases

  • Overview of biases in performance appraisals
  • Stereotyping, First-impression error, Negative emphasis
  • Halo/Horn effect, Nonverbal bias, Contrast effect
  • Similar-to-me error, Cultural noise
  • Strategies to mitigate biases
  • Group activities and case studies

1:45 pm – 2:15 pm: Lunch Break

2:15 pm – 3:15 pm: Module 5 Communication Skills

  • Verbal and non-verbal communication techniques
  • Emotional intelligence in coaching/mentoring
  • Providing effective feedback
  • Role-playing and practical exercises

3:15 pm – 4:15 pm: Module 6 Goal Setting, Assessment, and Conflict Resolution

  • Goal-setting methodologies
  • Assessing coachee/mentee needs
  • Creating SMART goals
  • 360-degree feedback
  • Conflict resolution strategies
  • Interactive group activities

4:15 pm – 4:30 pm: Afternoon Break

4:30 pm – 5:00 pm: Module 7 Professional Development and Cultural Competence

  • Designing individual development plans
  • Addressing biases and promoting inclusivity
  • Career planning in coaching/mentoring
  • Case studies and group discussions

5:00 pm – 5:30 pm: Module 8 Tools and Resources for Effective Coaching and Mentoring

  • Leveraging technology in coaching and mentoring
  • Recommended books and articles
  • Online platforms and forums for coaches and mentors
  • Apps and tools for tracking progress
  • Creating engaging and interactive learning materials

5:30 pm – 6:00 pm: Module 9 Progressive Discipline: PIP and Corrective Action Notices

  • Understanding Progressive Discipline
  • Performance Improvement Plans (PIPs)
  • Verbal, Written, Final, and Termination Notices
  • Role-playing scenarios and group discussion

Day 2

10:00 am – 11:45 am: Module 10 Strategies and Practices

  • Definition and principles of mentoring
  • Establishing trust and setting expectations
  • Mentorship ethics and boundaries
  • Creating a mentoring agreement
  • Role-playing exercises
  • Long-term career development strategies
  • Sharing experiences and insights
  • Networking and introduction strategies
  • Reverse mentoring
  • Cross-cultural mentoring
  • Mentoring across different career stages
  • Group mentoring sessions
  • Virtual mentoring techniques
  • Succession planning and mentoring
  • Mentoring for diversity and inclusion
  • Peer mentoring circles for practice and feedback

11:45 am – 12:00 pm: Morning Break

12:00 pm – 12:45 pm: Module 11 Special Topics in Coaching and Mentoring

  • Coaching and mentoring in a remote work environment
  • Wellness and life coaching aspects for employees
  • Leadership coaching for managers
  • Coaching for team performance and dynamics
  • Integrating coaching and mentoring into organizational culture
  • Comparative analysis of coaching cultures across the globe

12:45 pm – 1:45 pm: Module 12 Common Challenges and Solutions

  • Overcoming resistance to coaching and mentoring
  • Dealing with difficult emotions
  • Handling high-conflict situations
  • Addressing performance issues
  • Navigating career transitions and changes
  • Maintaining motivation and engagement
  • Time management for coaches and mentors
  • Evaluating progress and outcomes
  • Adjusting coaching and mentoring styles
  • Ending the coaching or mentoring relationship positively
  • Mentoring program design and implementation
  • Creating a supportive coaching and mentoring community

1:45 pm – 2:15 pm: Lunch Break

2:15 pm – 3:15 pm: Module 13 Professional Development for Coaches and Mentors

  • Continuous learning and development for coaches and mentors
  • Supervision and peer support for coaches
  • Ethical considerations and professional standards
  • Building a personal brand as a coach or mentor
  • Networking and professional associations for coaches and mentors

3:15 pm – 4:15 pm: Module 14 Feedback, Assessment, and Improvement

  • Designing feedback mechanisms for coaching and mentoring programs
  • Conducting effective assessment sessions
  • Utilizing 360-degree feedback in coaching
  • Continuous improvement strategies for coaching and mentoring skills
  • Collecting and acting on feedback from mentees

4:15 pm – 4:30 pm: Afternoon Break

4:30 pm – 5:30 pm: Module 15 Specialized Coaching and Mentoring Areas (Tailored to Specific Needs)

  • Sales coaching
  • Executive and leadership coaching
  • Performance coaching
  • Career transition coaching
  • Life balance and wellness coaching
  • Team dynamics and conflict resolution
  • Communication skills enhancement
  • Stress management and resilience building
  • Innovation and creativity coaching
  • Digital literacy and technology adoption

5:30 pm – 6:00 pm: Closing Session

  • Completing & Reflecting on Post-Quiz
  • Providing resources for continued development
  • Closing remarks and feedback collection

Embark on a transformative two-day journey with our Coaching and Mentoring Certificate Program. Engage in interactive exercises, case studies, and dynamic group discussions tailored to apply coaching and mentoring principles to real-world HR scenarios. Network with peers to elevate your proficiency in HR leadership.

This program equips you with the tools and guidance to cultivate confidence, enhancing your efficiency in coaching and mentoring, and contributing to organizational development by:

  • Elevating Employee Potential: Harness the power of coaching and mentoring to unlock the full potential of your team members. Foster talent and cultivate a growth mindset, propelling your organization towards unparalleled success.
  • Enhancing Communication and Collaboration: Strengthen interpersonal relationships and foster a culture of open communication and collaboration. Through effective feedback and active listening, build trust and cohesion within your team, driving innovation and productivity.

Embark on a transformative journey with our Coaching and Mentoring Certificate Program. Immerse yourself in interactive exercises, case studies, and group discussions specifically tailored to apply HR project management concepts to real-world scenarios. Network with peers, sharing insights to elevate your proficiency in HR program management.

This is more than just a Certificate Program; it’s an investment in your professional growth and the future success of your organization. By mastering coaching and mentoring techniques, you’ll become a catalyst for positive change, creating a workplace culture that thrives on empowerment and innovation.

Invest in Your Professional Development – Enroll in our Coaching and Mentoring Certificate Program today!

Comprehensive 2-Day Coaching and Mentoring Certificate Program: Unlocking Potential and Developing Talent

$1,39500
  • What’s Included:
  • 2 Days of Live Instructor-Led Training
  • HRCI – 14 HR (General) Credits
  • SHRM – 14 PDC’s
  • Certificate upon Successful Completion
  • Hardcopy of the presentation & training materials

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2-Day Compliance and Business Ethics Certificate Program

2-Day Compliance and Business Ethics Certificate Program
SHRM Recertification Provider and HRCI Approved Provider

Continuing Education Credits:

  • HRCI – 14 HR(General) Credits
  • SHRM – 14 PDC’s

Schedule: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM Eastern Time on Both Days (Detailed Agenda Below)

Program Overview

Do you want a workplace culture where it is safe to speak up at work? Is transparency, accountability and continuous improvement important in your organization? Are you still learning to navigate the waters of unconscious bias, diversity and equality and want employees to feel like they can be authentic while at work? This 2-Day Compliance and Business Ethics Certificate Program will guide you on creating ethics and compliance policies, ethics training programs and conducting organizational assessments to make sure you have the right resources in place to improve and evolve as an organization. You’ll learn the difference between morals, values, principles, purpose, ethics, business ethics, ethos, conflict of interest, code of ethics, core values and code of conduct. You’ll also learn the laws surrounding ethics and how you can create an ethical organization. A company’s business ethics will determine its reputation and even the most straightforward situations can have hidden traps that impact both the law and ethics. This course will equip you to identify those hidden traps and prevent them in the future. Implementing these strategies will put you well on your way to becoming an Employer of Choice or Best Places to Work!

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2-Day Business Ethics Certificate Program – Learning Overview by the Numbers:

  • 25+ learning objectives
  • Review 3 large organizations as it relates to their approach to Business Ethics.
  • Identify 5 Top Trends impacting ethics.
  • Review 40+ suggestions to include in Ethics and Compliance policies.
  • Review 20+ Federal laws.
  • Review 10 common ethical dilemmas.
  • Outline 9 red flags to potential unethical behavior.
  • Understand 5 competitive advantages to being an ethical employer.
  • Review 8 common lies told during interviews.
  • Learn what 92% of hiring managers are willing to overlook.
  • Identify 5 questions to ask during the interview process regarding ethical behavior patterns.
  • Discuss 12 common behaviors that someone may be lying during an interview.
  • Review 133,000+ claims filed against employers in 2020 alone.
  • Understand 2 ways to make an Ethics and Compliance Program more interactive.
  • Discuss 6 ethical theories.
  • Review 3 behaviors that every organization must routinely demonstrate.
  • Learn who 44% of employees are most likely to report workplace misconduct.
  • Understand 4 exceptions to Employment-at-Will.
  • Review 3 common pitfalls to implementing an effective Ethics and Compliance Program
  • Complete 25 knowledge check questions to identify return on investment.

Learning Objectives – 25+

  1. Define morals, principles, ethics, values, and purpose and how they intersect.
  2. Understand the meaning of ethics, ethos, and business ethics.
  3. Differentiate between a Code of Ethics, Code of Conduct, Core Values and Conflict of Interest.
  4. Discuss why some professions require a commitment to uphold a Code of Ethics/Conduct and some don’t.
  5. We’ll review 3 large associations to gain insights into how each association handles business ethics.
  6. Dive into unethical behavior and human nature to better understand why unethical behavior happens.
  7. Engage in an exercise regarding biased behavior to better understand how ethics impacts the treatment of employees.
  8. Review recent survey data capturing the state of ethics and compliance in the workplace.
  9. This includes an extensive review of the top 5 trends that influence ethical behaviors in the workplace as of March 2021.
  10. Identify how ethics define company culture and employee trust.
  11. Define decision-making documents and policies and procedures every organization should have in place to be viewed as an ethical employer by employees.
  12. This includes identifying 40+ suggestions on what to include within the policy.
  13. Discuss strategies for managing employee attitudes, behaviors, and accountabilities regarding business ethics.
  14. Identify common ethical dilemmas in the workplace and “red flags” that unethical behavior might be approaching.
  15. Capture the competitive advantage of being an ethical organization.
  16. Outline strategies to implement to ensure you’re hiring ethical people.
  17. Realize the role ethics plays in authentic diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging.
  18. Review business cases and the cost of unethical behavior.
  19. Understand the importance and frequency of ethics training as well as how to get started in creating a meaningful and impactful training program.
  20. Distinguish between the roles of an Ethics & Compliance Officer, Ombudsman, Human Resources, Ethics Hotline, and Helpline.
  21. Highlight common Ethical Theories.
  22. Identify how communication can impact ethics and the perception of ethical or unethical behavior displayed by a coworker.
  23. Identify how you can enhance performance evaluations and employee engagement surveys to capture ethical gaps and opportunities for improvement.
  24. Discuss Emotional Intelligence and what impact it has on displaying ethical behaviors.
  25. Understand how ethics can impact employee safety and programs.
  26. Review 20+ Federal laws and discuss how many of them, if any, were created specifically with ethics in mind.
  27. Review Constructive Discharge meaning and lawsuit landmines.
  28. Understand Employment-at-Will across states and organizations as well as advantages to both employees and employers.

2-Day Compliance and Business Ethics Certificate Program

  • The knowledge and resources to make the distinction between several terms that are often used interchangeably, and incorrectly, within the workplace.
  • Access to certified and knowledgeable instructors on matters of compliance as it relates to people operations.
  • Expanded network of both like-minded professionals and resources.
  • An official 2-day Business Ethics Certificate for display in your workplace.
  • Continuing education units for certified HR professionals.
  • A colorful booklet capturing the presentation that allows for a physical resource to review anywhere, anytime and to capture your thoughts and notes.

Target Audience:

  • Individuals
  • HR Professionals
  • Business Owners
  • Executives

Day #1

Understanding the definitions of terms surrounding business ethics and begin the discussion on implementing effective Business Ethics in Your Workplace.

Instructor Introduction and Objectives Review

  • Certified HR Professional with 20+ years of expertise.
  • 25+ objectives have been identified for this program!

Introductions and Course Readiness Exercise

  • Opportunity for each participant to make an introduction and to expand their network.
  • Permission to lean into training.
  • Remove learning distractions.

 Knowledge Check

  • Review 25 current knowledge check questions so participants can have a baseline of their knowledge before and then after the program.

Business Ethics Terminology and Timeline

  • Ethics/Ethos
  • Business Ethics
    • Review a timeline of Business Ethics for the last 6 decades.
  • Morals, Values, Principles and Purpose
  • Code of Ethics, Code of Conduct, Core Values and Conflict of Interest

Commitment to Uphold

  • Discuss why some professions require a commitment to uphold a Code of Ethics or Professional Responsibility.
  • Review the Code of Ethics/Professional Responsibility requirements for the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) and the Human Resources Certification Institute (HRCI), 2 very large communities of certified professionals (later review the Society for Human Resources Management).

Unethical Behavior and Human Nature

  • Discuss the cause of unethical behavior.
  • Identify examples of typical behavior believed to be unethical.
  • Define bias.
  • Conduct an exercise of biased treatment in the workplace/society.
  • Review the difference between motives and consequences.

Recent Survey Data

  • Review the Global Business Ethics Survey from March 2021.
    • Outline the Top 5 Trends influencing unethical behavior in the workplace.

 Ethics Defines Company Culture

  • Discuss how culture influences moral judgment.
  • Identify significant benefits of a strong ethical culture.

Policies and Procedures

  • Regardless of title: Code of Ethics, Code of Conduct, Conflict of Interest, Core Values, Preamble, Principles or Ethics and Professional Responsibility (Collectively “code”) – discuss what an effective “Code” is within an organization.
  • Outline what a Code should include.
  • Discuss how implementation impacts Code effectiveness.
  • Review the impact that fear of retaliation and social pressure has on the Code.
  • Identify Action Steps for effectiveness.
    • Annual Code of Ethics Assessment
    • Focus Groups

Day #2 –

Conclude the discussion on implementing effective Business Ethics in Your Workplace and review the laws that impact them.

Managing Employee Attitudes

  • Understand the importance of meaningful conversations.
  • Identify questions to engage in dialogue and active listening.
  • Review the meaning of Locus of Control.

Ethical Dilemmas

  • Review 10 common ethical dilemmas.
  • Gain awareness of 9 red flags that a potential unethical behavior is looming.

 Competitive Advantage

  • Discuss how Business Ethics impacts marketing.
  • Outline 5 competitive advantages to being an ethical employer.

Hiring Ethical People

  • Review survey data about candidate and hiring manager behaviors during the interview process.
  • Identify the 8 most common lies told during the interview process.
  • Learn what lies 92% of hiring managers are willing to overlook from a candidate.
  • Discuss at least 5 questions to ask during the interview to better understand how the candidate understands ethical behavior.
  • Discuss 12 common behaviors that may imply someone is not telling the truth during their interview.
  • Review best practices to determine if a candidate is ethical.

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging (DEI&B)

  • Identify the meaning of each word from the perspective of Dr. Shirley Davis.
  • Understand how authentic DEI&B impacts the employment lifecycle.

Business Case and Cost

  • Outline the impact of having a Code.
  • Review the purpose of a Code.
  • Review the Fiscal Year 2020 data from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission listing the 133,000+ claims made against employers.
  • Identify the role of the Federal Sentencing Guidelines (FSGO) and the impact it has on employer accountability.
  • Learn about Social Responsibility in Business.

 Ethics Training

  • Identify who should attend ethics training and the frequency of trainings.
  • Review what to include in ethics training.
  • Discuss the difference between conducting in-person, web-based and self-paced ethics training.
  • Discuss why selecting the right facilitator for your organization matters.
  • Identify 2 ways to make ethics training more interactive.

Distinguish Between Roles

  • Take a deep dive into the roles of the Ethics and Compliance Officer compared to an Ombudsperson.
  • Review the impact of having HR oversee ethics and compliance.
  • Discuss the difference between a hotline and a helpline.

Ethics Theories

  • Review 6 theories and their impact on ethical beliefs.

Communication

  • Identify 3 necessary behaviors that every organization must demonstrate to communicate ethically in the workplace.
  • Review survey data showing that 44% of employees report misconduct in the workplace.

Performance Evaluations and Employee Engagement

  • Review how to include a demonstration of ethical behaviors in both the performance evaluation and employee surveys.
  • Discuss observations regarding employee and manager interactions.
  • Review SMART definition as it relates to goal setting.

Emotional Intelligence

  • Define emotional intelligence at the most basic level.
  • Review the impact emotional intelligence has on human behaviors.

Employee Safety

  • Review safety as it relates to psychological safety in the workplace.

Conduct an Overview of How Federal Laws Impact Business Ethics

  • FCA: False Claims Act
  • FCPA: Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
  • SOX: Sarbanes-Oxley Act
  • Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act
  • Lily Ledbetter Fair Pay Act
  • EPA: Equal Pay Act
  • Whistleblower Protection Act
  • Title VII: Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
  • USERRA: Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act
  • Executive Order 11246
  • FLSA: Fair Labor Standards Act
  • OSHA: Occupational Safety and Health Act
  • ERISA: Employee Retirement Income Security Act
  • FMLA: Family Medical Leave Act
  • ADA: Americans with Disabilities Act
  • ADAAA: Americans with Disabilities Amendment Act
  • ADEA: Age Discrimination in Employment Act
  • PDA: Pregnancy Discrimination Act
  • NLRA: National Labor Relations Act
  • WARN: Workers Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act
  • COBRA: Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act
  • HIPAA: The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act

Constructive Discharge

  • Define constructive discharge and the impact on business ethics.
  • Review how constructive discharge can lead to lawsuits and be costly to employers.

Employment-at-Will

  • Discuss the meaning of Employment-at-Will.
  • Distinguish between employer and employee advantages.
  • Review 4 exceptions to Employment-at-Will.
  • Understand how Employment-at-Will changes across states.
  • Outline what rights employees have within at-will organizations.

Common Pitfalls

  • Discuss 3 common pitfalls to an effective Ethics and Compliance Program.

Review and Knowledge Check Return on Investment (ROI) Exercise

  • Summarize learning objectives.

Conduct a review of knowledge check items from Day 1 to identify participants’ increased knowledge due to course participation.

2-Day Compliance and Business Ethics Certificate Program

$1,39500
  • What’s Included:
  • 2 Days of Live Instructor-Led Training
  • HRCI – 14 HR (General) Credits
  • SHRM – 14 PDC’s
  • Certificate upon Successful Completion
  • Hardcopy of the presentation & training materials

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2-Day Performance Appraisals Certificate Program for Managers and HR Professionals

2-Day Performance Appraisals Certificate Program for Managers and HR Professionals
SHRM Recertification Provider and HRCI Approved Provider

Continuing Education Credits:

  • HRCI – 14 HR(General) Credits
  • SHRM – 14 PDC’s

Schedule: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM Eastern Time on Both Days (Detailed Agenda Below)

Program Overview

In our intensive two-day training, carefully crafted for HR professionals and managers, we delve deeply into the crucial role of performance appraisal within an organization. This workshop encompasses more than just the appraisal process; it underscores the necessity for managers to develop a comprehensive understanding of the roles they assess, enhancing the accuracy and relevance of evaluations.

As we journey through the multifaceted world of performance appraisal, participants will acquire the expertise necessary to set consistent performance standards. This enables the identification of areas for growth and the development of strategic plans for both individual advancement and team development.

Furthermore, we’ll illuminate the importance of fostering employee engagement, a key driver of performance. We’ll also cover the techniques for delivering effective feedback, which plays a critical role in promoting continuous improvement. Additionally, we will explore various biases that may potentially impact the evaluation process and provide strategies to mitigate their effects.

Lastly, we will shed light on the use of Performance Improvement Plans (PIPs) and Individual Development Plans (IDPs), powerful tools for managing underperformance and fostering employee growth respectively. With these comprehensive insights, this training equips participants with a rich repertoire of skills to optimize the performance appraisal process and catalyze organizational success.

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Key Features

  • A comprehensive two-day masterclass designed for HR professionals and managers heavily involved in the Performance Appraisal process.
  • In-depth coverage of key topics including understanding the roles being appraised, performance appraisal methods, fostering a culture of engagement, and setting SMART goals.
  • Interactive workshops, hands-on exercises, group discussions, engaging role-plays, and practical case studies including role-playing of completing evaluations.
  • Facilitated by industry veterans with years of real-world experience and deep industry knowledge.
  • Certificate of completion awarded upon successful completion.

Program Objectives

Upon completion of the program, participants will be able to:

  • Understand why performance appraisal is important
  • Engage effectively in the performance appraisal process
  • Apply various methods to conduct performance appraisals, such as 360-degree, Management by Objectives (MBO), Behaviorally Anchored Rating Scale (BARS), etc.
  • Deliver regular, specific, honest, and constructive feedback
  • Recognize and counteract common evaluation biases
  • Understand and implement different types of performance evaluations
  • Adopt the best approach for performance appraisal for their organization
  • Evaluate the process and employee satisfaction resulting from the appraisal process

Topics Covered

  • Introduction to Performance Management
  • Objectives of Performance Management
  • Aligning Performance with Organizational Goals
  • Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)
  • Setting SMART Goals for Performance
  • The Performance Management Cycle
  • Tools for Performance Assessment
  • Designing Performance Appraisal Systems
  • 360-Degree Feedback Mechanisms
  • Self-Assessment in Performance Appraisals
  • Legal Aspects of Performance Management
  • Avoiding Bias in Performance Evaluations
  • Competency-Based Assessments
  • Conducting Effective Performance Reviews
  • Behavioral Assessment Scales
  • Developing Performance Improvement Plans
  • Coaching for Performance Enhancement
  • Counseling for Underperforming Employees
  • Employee Development and Career Pathing
  • Succession Planning and Performance
  • Retention Strategies and Performance
  • Employee Engagement and Performance
  • Performance-Driven Compensation
  • Incentives and Rewards Systems
  • Non-monetary Rewards and Recognition
  • Managing Team Performance
  • Cross-Functional Team Performance
  • Remote Workforce Performance Management
  • Diversity and Inclusion in Performance Management
  • Performance Management in Agile Environments
  • Feedback Cultures and Open Communication
  • Real-Time Feedback and Performance
  • Performance Analytics and Data-Driven Decisions
  • Technology in Performance Management
  • Performance Management Software Solutions
  • Performance Management for Different Generations
  • Performance Management in Global Teams
  • Cultural Competence in Performance Management
  • Ethical Considerations in Performance
  • Emotional Intelligence and Performance Management
  • Conflict Resolution in Performance Issues
  • Legal Compliance in Performance Records
  • Performance Audits
  • Performance and Organizational Change
  • Turnaround Strategies for Poor Performance
  • Managing High Performers
  • Stress Management and Performance
  • Work-Life Balance and Performance
  • Performance Management and Burnout Prevention
  • Time Management and Productivity
  • Project Management and Team Performance
  • Quality Management and Performance Standards
  • Benchmarking Performance against Industry Standards
  • Balancing Quantitative and Qualitative Performance Measures
  • Performance and Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Performance Management and Innovation
  • Gamification of Performance Management
  • Performance Management in Sales Teams
  • Performance Management in Customer Service
  • Critical Incident Method in Performance Evaluation
  • Graphic Rating Scales
  • Forced Ranking and Bell-Curving in Performance
  • Management by Objectives (MBO)
  • Managing Dismissals and Performance
  • Documentation and Record-Keeping
  • Training Assessors for Performance Reviews
  • Role of Leadership in Performance Management
  • Negotiation Skills for Performance Discussions
  • The Psychology of Performance Management
  • Performance Management and Team Dynamics
  • Creating a Performance-Oriented Culture
  • The Future of Performance Management
  • Peer Review Processes
  • Integrating Corporate Vision with Performance
  • Performance Management and Corporate Governance
  • Risk Management in Performance Evaluations
  • Performance and Environmental Factors
  • Performance Management and Mental Health
  • Resilience Training for Performance Stability
  • Building Accountability in Performance Management
  • Performance Management for Executive Teams
  • Evaluating the Efficacy of Performance Management Systems
  • Customizing Performance Management to Industry Needs
  • Talent Acquisition and Performance Expectations
  • Onboarding and Performance Management
  • Exit Interviews and Performance Feedback
  • Continuous Learning and Performance Development
  • Leveraging Employee Strengths in Performance Management
  • Action Planning and Follow-Up in Performance Management

The goal of covering these topics in such detail is to provide participants with a well-rounded, thorough understanding of the performance appraisal process. This comprehensive knowledge will enable HR professionals and managers to conduct more effective, fair, and meaningful performance evaluations, leading to improved employee satisfaction and enhanced organizational performance.

Target Audience

  • Human Resources Managers: Who oversee performance management systems and are responsible for their implementation and maintenance.
  • Department Heads and Senior Managers: Who need to understand how to align departmental goals with individual performance metrics.
  • Team Leaders and Supervisors: Who conduct regular performance reviews and provide ongoing feedback to their team members.
  • Talent Development Specialists: Focused on employee growth and career development within the organization.
  • Organizational Development Professionals: Interested in improving company culture and organizational effectiveness through performance management.
  • Employee Relations Officers: Who address concerns related to employee performance and workplace dynamics.
  • Small Business Owners: Who need to manage performance across their organization without a dedicated HR department.
  • Project Managers: Who lead teams and need to ensure that project goals are met through effective team performance.
  • Training and Development Managers: Who need to identify performance gaps and develop training programs accordingly.
  • Change Management Consultants: Who assist organizations in transitioning to new performance management methodologies.
  • HR Business Partners: Who work closely with business leaders to align human resources policies with business needs.
  • Performance Improvement Coordinators: Who are specifically tasked with tracking and improving the performance of individuals and groups within an organization.
  • C-Suite Executives: Especially in smaller companies, who want to establish a performance management framework that drives strategic objectives.
  • Labor Relations Specialists: Who require an understanding of performance management for collective bargaining and contract negotiations.
  • Quality Assurance Professionals: Who need to ensure that performance standards are met and maintained.

AGENDA

Please note that all times are in Eastern Time (ET).

Day 1:

  • 10:00 – 10:15 am: Welcome and Introduction: Orientation and overview of the training program.
  • 10:15 – 11:15 am: Understanding Roles and Performance: Discussion on the importance of role clarity in performance appraisal, interactive session to develop skills in defining and understanding roles.
  • 11:15 – 11:30 am: Break
  • 11:30 – 12:30 pm: Fostering Employee Engagement: Exploration of strategies to enhance employee engagement, group activity to develop an engagement plan.
  • 12:30 – 2:00 pm: Setting SMART Goals: In-depth session on SMART goals, hands-on activity to practice setting SMART goals for performance improvement.
  • 2:00 – 3:00 pm: Lunch Break
  • 3:00 – 4:00 pm: The Art of Feedback: Introduction to feedback strategies, role-play exercise to practice giving and receiving feedback.
  • 4:00 – 4:15 pm: Break
  • 4:15 – 6:00 pm: Implementing Performance Improvement Plans (PIPs): Detailed overview of PIPs, case study analysis, group activity to create a sample PIP.

Day 2:

  • 10:00 – 10:15 am: Recap of Day 1 and Overview of Day 2: Brief recap of previous day’s learning and introduction to the day’s agenda.
  • 10:15 – 11:15 am: Unraveling Evaluation Biases: Session on common evaluation biases, interactive activity to identify and mitigate biases in sample scenarios.
  • 11:15 – 11:30 am: Break
  • 11:30 – 12:30 pm: Different Types of Performance Evaluations: Overview of various performance evaluation methods, discussion on choosing the appropriate method for different scenarios.
  • 12:30 – 2:00 pm: Individual Development Plans (IDPs): Session on the role of IDPs in employee development, hands-on exercise to create a sample IDP.
  • 2:00 – 3:00 pm: Lunch Break
  • 3:00 – 4:00 pm: Developing Effective Appraisal Strategies: Comprehensive session on integrating the various elements of performance appraisal into an effective strategy, group activity to develop a strategic plan for a case study organization.
  • 4:00 – 4:15 pm: Break
  • 4:15 – 6:00 pm: Wrap-up and Reflection: Open discussion to consolidate learning, reflect on key takeaways, and discuss application in participants’ respective roles. Certificate distribution and closing remarks.

This detailed agenda ensures a well-structured and immersive learning experience that covers the full spectrum of performance appraisal, offering both theoretical knowledge and practical skills. The interactive sessions and hands-on activities provide participants with opportunities to apply their learning in a supportive environment, enhancing their readiness to implement these skills in their professional roles.

2-Day Performance Appraisals Certificate Program for Managers and HR Professionals

$1,39500
  • What’s Included:
  • 2 Days of Live Instructor-Led Training
  • HRCI – 14 HR (General) Credits
  • SHRM – 14 PDC’s
  • Certificate upon Successful Completion
  • Hardcopy of the presentation & training materials

Upcoming Training Dates

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2-Day New Employee Onboarding Certificate Program for HR Leaders and Managers: Optimizing and Enhancing the Employee Experience
2-Day New Employee Onboarding Certificate Program for HR Leaders and Managers: Optimizing and Enhancing the Employee Experience
SHRM Recertification Provider and HRCI Approved Provider

Instructor: Alicia Villegas

Continuing Education Credits:

    • HRCI – 14 HR(General) Credits

    • SHRM – 14 PDC’s

Schedule: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM Eastern (Detailed Agenda Below)

Summary

Step into two days of enriching learning with our 2-Day New Employee Onboarding Certificate Program for HR Leaders and Managers: Optimizing and Enhancing the Employee Experience. This seminar is designed to equip HR professionals and managers with the tools and strategies needed to cultivate a welcoming environment for both remote and in-person employees.

Throughout the program, participants will explore how to create seamless onboarding experiences tailored to industry needs and leverage innovative technology to enhance the process. Interactive sessions will delve into the fundamentals of mentorship programs and uncover industry-specific best practices for program maintenance.

Attendees will also discover strategies for continuous improvement, learn how to adapt to organizational shifts, and engage in a closing Q&A session to address any lingering questions or concerns.

Effective onboarding and new hire orientation strategies are crucial for integrating employees into an organization successfully. A well-structured program not only helps new hires acclimate to their roles but also reduces employee turnover by fostering a sense of belonging and understanding of the company’s culture and expectations.

Join us for this immersive exploration, where HR professionals, managers, and supervisors will gain strategic insights to optimize workforce engagement and drive organizational success!

Program Overview

Have you ever pondered the profound impact a well-crafted onboarding and orientation process can have on the trajectory of your organization? Join us for a strategic exploration in our 2-Day New Employee Onboarding Certificate Program for HR Leaders and Managers: Optimizing and Enhancing the Employee Experience, meticulously tailored for HR professionals, managers, and supervisors seeking to redefine their leadership in the realm of workforce engagement.

Begin with an exploration of the Employee Lifecycle, understanding the essence of a welcoming environment for both remote and in-person employees. Seamlessly align onboarding with company culture, recognizing its profound impact on employee engagement and retention.

Discover the power of continuous improvement, leveraging tools and technology to enhance the onboarding process. Engage in interactive techniques, delve into the essentials of mentorship programs, and learn to nurture growth and success through effective mentorship.

As the program unfolds, embrace feedback mechanisms, measure success, and adapt programs to evolving organizational needs. Conclude with a dynamic Q&A session, solidifying insights and paving the way for enhanced employee experience.

Join us on this immersive journey and redefine your leadership in the realm of workforce engagement. Uncover the transformative potential of strategic onboarding and mentorship.

Secure your spot now and embark on the path to a more engaged, empowered, and successful workforce!“One of the most significant ways employees experience an organization is through the process of onboarding.” – Talya Bauer

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Program Objectives

    • Understand the Importance of First Impressions: Learn how the initial experiences of new hires impact their perception and long-term commitment to the organization.

    • Identify Key Components of Effective Onboarding: Identify the essential elements that make an onboarding program successful and engaging from day one.

    • Develop a Structured Onboarding Timeline: Create a detailed timeline for the onboarding process that covers the critical first days, weeks, and months in the organization.

    • Foster a Welcoming Company Culture: Understand strategies to embed new hires into the company culture, promoting a sense of belonging and inclusivity.

    • Clarify Role Expectations and Goals: Learn how to set clear role expectations and goals for new hires, aligning them with the company’s objectives.

    • Enhance Social Integration: Develop strategies for integrating new employees into the team, facilitating relationships and collaboration.

    • Implement Effective Training Programs: Design training sessions that are informative, engaging, and tailored to the new hires’ roles.

    • Utilize Technology for Streamlined Onboarding: Explore how digital tools and platforms can enhance the onboarding experience and make processes more efficient.

    • Create a Feedback Loop: Establish mechanisms for ongoing feedback from new hires to continuously improve the onboarding process.

    • Measure Onboarding Success: Identify key metrics and benchmarks to evaluate the effectiveness of the onboarding program.

    • Address Compliance and Policy Education: Ensure new hires are well-informed about company policies, legal requirements, and compliance issues.

    • Promote Mental and Physical Well-being: Integrate wellness programs and resources into the onboarding process to support new hires’ overall well-being.

    • Customize Onboarding for Diverse Roles: Tailor onboarding experiences for different roles within the organization, recognizing the unique needs and challenges of each position.

    • Leverage Mentorship Programs: Implement mentorship or buddy systems to support new hires through their initial period in the company.

    • Engage Leadership in the Onboarding Process: Involve company leaders in the onboarding experience to underscore its importance and foster connections.

    • Prepare for Remote Onboarding Challenges: Develop strategies for effectively onboarding remote employees, considering the nuances of virtual integration.

    • Enhance Communication Skills: Improve communication techniques to clearly and effectively convey information to new hires.

    • Build a Supportive Onboarding Team: Assemble a dedicated team responsible for planning, executing, and refining the onboarding process.

    • Encourage Innovation and Continuous Learning: Cultivate an environment where new hires feel empowered to contribute ideas and pursue professional development.

    • Reduce Employee Turnover: Learn how a comprehensive onboarding experience from day one can lead to increased job satisfaction, performance, and long-term retention.

Why Attend This Training Program

The 2-Day New Employee Onboarding Certificate Program for HR Leaders and Managers: Optimizing and Enhancing the Employee Experience offers more than conventional training; it represents a paradigm shift in HR practices. Seize the opportunity to:

    • Reduce Stress and Reclaim Equilibrium: Learn practical methods and best practices to streamline the onboarding and orientation process, reducing stress levels and restoring equilibrium within your HR team.

    • Enhance Your Leadership Acumen: Elevate your leadership skills and inspire your HR team with newfound knowledge and expertise in onboarding and orientation, fostering a culture of excellence and motivation.

    • Cultivate Personalized Strategies for Ongoing Enhancement: Cultivate personalized strategies tailored to your organization’s unique needs, ensuring ongoing enhancement and mastery in HR practices related to onboarding and orientation.

    • Expand Your Professional Network: Connect with a diverse community of HR leaders spanning various industries.

    • Empower Personal Growth: Acquire insights into your personal strengths and identify areas for further development.

    • Master Effective Communication: Develop effective strategies for assertive and impactful communication.

    • Elevate Strategic Thinking: Enhance your ability to think strategically and make well-informed decisions.

    • Harmonize Work-Life Balance: Explore practical methods to achieve a balanced and harmonious work-life equilibrium.

    • Fuel Career Advancement: Equip yourself with the skills and knowledge necessary to propel your career forward.

    • Strengthen Confidence in Leadership: Boost your self-confidence in leadership roles and decision-making scenarios.

Attend our program and unlock the transformative potential of effective onboarding and orientation practices in shaping a positive and productive employee experience.

Target Audience

    • Mid to Senior-Level HR Program Managers: Professionals overseeing HR teams and initiatives, ensuring efficient workforce planning and management.

    • Human Resource Professionals: HR personnel dedicated to refining their project management expertise, enhancing workforce coordination.

    • Team Leaders and Supervisors: Those in leadership roles requiring HR program management skills for effective team guidance.

    • Project Managers: Professionals skilled in coordinating and executing HR projects to drive organizational success.

    • Administrative and Executive Assistants: Support staff integral to HR functions, aiding in administrative tasks and program management.

    • Small Business Owners and Entrepreneurs in HR: Individuals steering their businesses, seeking effective HR program management for sustained success.

    • Independent HR Freelancers and Consultants: Self-employed HR professionals striving for efficient project management and client success.

    • Healthcare HR Professionals: Doctors, nurses, and administrators in HR roles within the healthcare sector, ensuring seamless workforce coordination.

    • Educators and Academic HR Administrators: Teachers, professors, and school administrators managing HR initiatives for educational excellence.

    • Legal Professionals: Lawyers and paralegals, especially engaged in HR roles, ensuring legal compliance and effective workforce management.

    • Financial Advisors and Accountants: Finance professionals applying HR program management for strategic financial planning.

    • Sales and Marketing Professionals: Individuals in dynamic sales and marketing HR roles, integrating program management for organizational growth.

    • IT Professionals and Developers: Tech-savvy professionals utilizing HR program management to enhance IT team efficiency.

    • Government Officials and Public Service Employees: Individuals in HR roles within government and public service, contributing to effective workforce planning.

    • Non-Profit Organizers and Activists: Those in HR roles within the non-profit sector, balancing fundraising, administration, and program management.

    • Event Planners and Coordinators: Professionals planning and executing HR-related events, applying effective program management.

    • Customer Service Managers: Leaders overseeing HR teams dedicated to customer service, utilizing program management for enhanced service delivery.

    • Research Scientists and Analysts: Professionals in HR roles focused on research and analysis, applying program management for precise project execution.

    • Anyone Seeking Improved Project Management: Individuals desiring enhanced skills in HR project management for personal and professional development.

Topics Covered

Day 1: Foundations of Orientation and Onboarding

Module 1 – Welcome and Introduction

    • 1.1. Overview of the Employee Experience

    • 1.2. Understanding the Employee Lifecycle

    • 1.3. Crafting a Welcoming Environment for both remote and in-person employees

Module 2 – Designing a Seamless Onboarding Experience

    • 2.1. Understanding Industry-Specific Onboarding Needs

    • 2.2. Importance of a Positive Onboarding Process

    • 2.3. Aligning Onboarding with Company Culture

Module 3 – Continuous Improvement in Onboarding

    • 3.1. Reviewing Various Tools, SOPs, and Workflows

    • 3.2. Documenting Onboarding and Orientation Processes

    • 3.3. Utilizing Technology for Seamless Onboarding

Day 2 – Advanced Onboarding Techniques and Overcoming Challenges

Module 4 – Interactive Onboarding Techniques

    • 4.1. Incorporating Technology in Onboarding

    • 4.2. Team Building Activities

    • 4.3. Role-Specific Onboarding Plans

Module 5 – Mentorship Program Essentials

    • 5.1. Benefits of a Mentorship Program

    • 5.2. Identifying and Selecting Mentors

    • 5.3. Mentor Orientation to Their Role

    • 5.4. Matching Mentors with Mentees

    • 5.5. Industry-Specific Considerations in Mentorship

Module 6 – Mentorship Upkeep

    • 6.1. Mentorship Program Guidelines

    • 6.2. Effective Communication in Mentorship

    • 6.3. Addressing Challenges and Concerns Best Practices

    • 6.4. Industry-Relevant Mentorship Best Practices

Module 7 – Continuous Improvement in Onboarding and Mentorship

    • 7.1. Feedback Mechanisms

    • 7.2. Measuring Success and Impact

    • 7.3. Adapting Programs to Evolving Organizational Needs

    • 7.4. Q&A and Closing Remarks

Register yourself in the 2-Day New Employee Onboarding Certificate Program for HR Leaders and Managers: Optimizing and Enhancing the Employee Experience. This two-day workshop blends interactive exercises and discussions to shape an unparalleled employee experience at all organizational levels. This program empowers you to:

    • Crafting Seamless Onboarding: Develop expertise in creating onboarding experiences that boost employee confidence and organizational productivity. Navigate real-world scenarios, ensuring your strategies align with diverse staff needs.

    • Enhance Decision-Making Skills: Swiftly prioritize tasks and make informed decisions within the HR domain. Overcome decision fatigue, ensuring timely and effective choices for successful HR initiatives.

More than a program, this is an investment in your professional growth and organizational success. Hone your capabilities, lead impactful onboarding experiences, and cultivate a workplace culture thriving on innovation.

Invest in your professional development. Join the next session to redefine your approach to employee onboarding and orientation!

Agenda

Day 1

10:00 am – 11:00 am: Module 1 – Welcome and Introduction

    • Welcome Address

    • Program Overview

    • Introduction to Employee Experience

11:00 am – 12:15 pm: Module 1 – Overview of the Employee Experience

    • Understanding the Employee Lifecycle

    • Crafting a Welcoming Environment for Both Remote and In-Person Employees

12:15 pm – 12:30 pm: Break 1

12:30 am – 2:30 pm: Module 2 – Designing a Seamless Onboarding Experience

    • Importance of a Positive Onboarding Process

    • Types of Learning

    • Promoting Diversity in Onboarding Process

    • Aligning Onboarding with Company Culture

    • Industry-Specific Onboarding Needs

2:30 pm – 3:00 pm: Lunch Break

3:00 pm – 4:15 pm: Module 3 – Continuous Improvement in Onboarding

    • Reviewing Various Tools

    • Reviewing Various SOPs

    • Reviewing Various Workflows

4:15 pm – 4:30 pm: Break 2

4:30 pm – 6:00 pm: Module 3 – Continuous Improvement in Onboarding

    • Documenting Onboarding and Orientation Processes

    • Utilizing Technology for Seamless Onboarding

    • Encourage Innovation and Continuous Learning

Day 2

10:00 am – 12:15 pm: Module 4 – Interactive Onboarding Techniques

    • Incorporating Technology in Onboarding

    • Team Building Activities

    • Role-Specific Onboarding Plans

12:15 pm – 12:30 pm: Break 1

12:30 am – 2:30 pm: Module 5 – Mentorship Program Essentials

    • Benefits of a Mentorship Program

    • Identifying and Selecting Mentors

    • Mentor Orientation to Their Role

    • Matching Mentors with Mentees

    • Industry-Specific Considerations in Mentorship

2:30 pm – 3:00 pm: Lunch Break

3:00 pm – 4:15 pm: Module 6 – Mentorship Upkeep

    • Mentorship Program Guidelines

    • Effective Communication in Mentorship

    • Addressing Challenges and Concerns Best Practices

    • Industry-Relevant Mentorship Best Practices

4:15 pm – 4:30 pm: Break 2

4:30 pm – 6:00 pm: Module 7 – Continuous Improvement in Onboarding and Mentorship

    • Feedback Mechanisms

    • Measuring Success and Impact

    • Adapting Programs to Evolving Organizational Needs

Q&A and Closing Remarks

2-Day New Employee Onboarding Certificate Program for HR Leaders and Managers: Optimizing and Enhancing the Employee Experience

$1,39500
  • What’s Included:
  • 2 Days of Live Instructor-Led Training
  • HRCI – 14 HR (General) Credits
  • SHRM – 14 PDC’s
  • Certificate upon Successful Completion
  • Hardcopy of the presentation & training materials

Upcoming Training Dates

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2-Day HR Director Certificate Program

2-Day HR Director Certificate Program
SHRM Recertification Provider and HRCI Approved Provider

Instructor: Elga Lejarza, aPHR, PHR, SHRM-CP, SPHR, GPHR, SHRM-SCP

Continuing Education Credits:

  • HRCI – 14 HR(General) Credits
  • SHRM – 14 PDC’s

Schedule: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM Eastern Time on Both Days (Detailed Agenda Below)

Program Overview

Aspiring to ascend to the role of an HR Director or seeking to elevate your existing capabilities in this dynamic position? Our meticulously crafted 2-Day HR Director Certificate Program presents an unparalleled opportunity. Designed specifically for forward-thinking HR professionals, this program offers a comprehensive blend of strategic insights, leadership development, and cutting-edge HR practices. Don’t miss the chance to embark on this transformative educational journey, where the next step in your HR career awaits.

An HR Director plays a pivotal role in shaping the workforce and the culture of an organization. Attending our 2-day HR Director Certificate Program offers you an invaluable opportunity as an HR professional to enhance your skill set comprehensively. This program is precisely designed to cover key areas such as advanced employment law, strategic workforce planning, and leadership development. You will gain up-to-date knowledge on the latest HR trends and best practices, ensuring they stay ahead in a rapidly evolving field. This concentrated burst of learning not only refreshes existing knowledge but also introduces new concepts and strategies, enabling HR directors to implement innovative solutions in their organizations.

The program provides an exceptional platform for networking with fellow HR professionals and industry experts. In today’s interconnected world, building a strong professional network is crucial. You will have the opportunity to connect, share experiences, and learn from peers facing similar challenges. This collaborative environment fosters a sense of community and offers a diverse range of perspectives, enriching the learning experience. Through these interactions, HR professionals like you can expand their professional network, which can be instrumental in career growth and professional development.

One of the key benefits of this certificate program is the focus on enhancing leadership skills tailored for HR directors. The program delves into strategic aspects of HR management, equipping participants with the skills necessary to influence decision-making and drive organizational change. You will learn how to effectively align HR strategies with business goals, advocate for employee needs, and contribute to the overall direction of the organization. This empowers HR professionals to transition from administrative roles to becoming strategic partners in their businesses, significantly enhancing their impact and value within their organizations.

Completing the HR Director Certificate Program is not only a testament to your commitment to professional growth but also a valuable addition to your career portfolio. This certification is recognized as a mark of expertise and dedication in the field of HR. It can significantly bolster a professional’s credibility and visibility within their organization and the broader industry. For those aspiring to advance their careers, this certificate can be a key differentiator, showcasing their readiness to take on more strategic, leadership roles in HR.

Upcoming Training Dates

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Program Features

  • Expert trainer with extensive HR experience and legal expertise
  • Comprehensive coverage of essential HR topics and legal compliance requirements
  • Interactive and engaging training format with practical examples and case studies
  • Pre- and post-test to assess learning outcomes and measure program effectiveness
  • Opportunity for Q&A and networking with peers and HR professionals
  • Certificate of completion upon successful program completion

Why Attend This Training Program

  • Advanced Leadership Skills: Develop sophisticated leadership and strategic management skills tailored for senior HR roles, enabling you to influence key organizational decisions and drive effective change management.
  • Cutting-Edge HR Knowledge: Gain up-to-date insights into the latest HR trends, laws, and best practices, ensuring you stay ahead in a rapidly evolving field and can apply contemporary strategies in your workplace.
  • Networking Opportunities: Connect with other HR professionals and industry leaders, expanding your professional network and opening doors to new perspectives, mentorship, and career advancement opportunities.
  • Practical Application and Problem-Solving: Engage in real-world case studies and practical workshops that enhance your problem-solving skills and provide hands-on experience in tackling complex HR challenges.
  • Career Advancement and Recognition: Achieve a recognized certification that demonstrates your commitment to professional growth and expertise in HR leadership, significantly enhancing your credibility and prospects for career advancement.

Topics Covered

  1. Introduction to Strategic HR Management
  2. Aligning HR Strategy with Business Goals
  3. Leadership Skills for HR Directors
  4. The Evolving Role of HR in Business Strategy
  5. Organizational Culture and Its Impact on HR
  6. Change Management: Theories and Models
  7. Implementing Effective Change Management Strategies
  8. Employee Engagement and Organizational Success
  9. Building a Strong Employer Brand
  10. Succession Planning and Talent Pipeline Development
  11. Talent Management: Recruitment and Retention Strategies
  12. Performance Management Systems
  13. Developing a Coaching Culture in the Organization
  14. HR’s Role in Mergers and Acquisitions
  15. Managing Remote and Hybrid Teams
  16. Creating an Inclusive Workplace
  17. Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility in HR
  18. HR Data Analytics and Decision Making
  19. Leveraging Technology in HR
  20. Global HR Management Challenges
  21. Employment Law Updates and Compliance
  22. Navigating Employee Relations Issues
  23. Conflict Resolution and Mediation
  24. Communication Strategies for HR Leaders
  25. Managing HR in Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs)
  26. Financial Acumen for HR Directors
  27. Strategic Workforce Planning
  28. HR’s Role in Corporate Governance
  29. Employee Well-being and Mental Health
  30. Crisis Management and HR’s Role
  31. Reflection and Networking
  32. Advanced Employment Law: Deep Dive
  33. Labor Relations and Collective Bargaining
  34. Compensation and Benefits Strategies
  35. Executive Compensation and Bonus Structures
  36. Job Analysis and Design
  37. HR Metrics and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)
  38. Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Strategies
  39. Implementing Effective DEI Initiatives
  40. HR’s Role in Organizational Learning and Development
  41. Designing Effective Training Programs
  42. E-learning and Digital Training Tools
  43. Career Pathing and Employee Development
  44. International HR Management
  45. Managing Expatriates: Challenges and Best Practices
  46. HR in Non-profit Organizations
  47. Employee Safety and Occupational Health
  48. Understanding and Implementing HR Policies
  49. Employee Feedback and Surveys
  50. Employee Assistance Programs (EAP)
  51. HR’s Role in Environmental Sustainability
  52. Managing Generational Diversity in the Workplace
  53. Mindfulness and Resilience in Leadership
  54. Negotiation Skills for HR Directors
  55. Managing HR Projects
  56. HR’s Role in Innovation and Creativity
  57. Work-Life Balance Initiatives
  58. Managing Employee Exits and Offboarding
  59. Managing Internal Investigations
  60. Data Privacy and Security in HR
  61. Introduction to HR Analytics
  62. Using Data to Drive HR Strategy
  63. Predictive Analytics in HR
  64. Big Data and Its Implications for HR
  65. Future Trends in HR Technology
  66. Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in HR
  67. The Future of Work: Trends and Predictions
  68. Remote Work and the Digital Workforce
  69. Gig Economy and HR’s Role
  70. Employer Branding in the Digital Age
  71. Social Media in HR
  72. Mobile HR and App-Based Management
  73. HR’s Role in Business Continuity Planning
  74. Cross-Cultural Competence and Global HR
  75. Legal Challenges in Global HR
  76. Strategic HR in Public Sector Organizations
  77. Ethics in AI and HR Technology
  78. Managing Workplace Stress and Burnout
  79. Emotional Intelligence in HR Leadership
  80. Succession Planning in a Digital World
  81. Agile HR Practices
  82. Design Thinking in HR
  83. Enhancing Employee Experience
  84. Reinventing HR in the Digital Age
  85. Blockchain and HR
  86. Cybersecurity for HR Professionals
  87. The Impact of 5G on Workplace Technology
  88. Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) in HR
  89. Fostering a Culture of Continuous Learning
  90. HR’s Role in Corporate Restructuring
  91. Navigating Global Labor Markets
  92. HR Analytics Case Studies
  93. Developing a Personal Leadership Plan
  94. The Role of HR Directors and Company Policies
  95. Policy Development and Formulation
  96. Communication and Implementation of Company Policies
  97. The Role of HR in Organizational Excellence
  98. Closing Remarks: The Future-Ready HR Director
  99. Awarding Certificates and Recognitions
  100. End of Program: Networking and Farewell

Target Audience

  • Current HR Directors: Professionals already holding HR Director positions seeking to update their skills and stay abreast of the latest trends and practices in the field.
  • Senior HR Managers: Experienced HR Managers looking to take the next step in their careers and prepare for roles at the director level.
  • Aspiring HR Leaders: Individuals aiming to transition into senior HR roles, such as HR Directors or Vice Presidents of HR, and seeking the necessary skills and credentials.
  • HR Business Partners: HR professionals who work closely with senior management and need to understand strategic HR management at a higher level.
  • Talent Development Managers: Those responsible for employee development and succession planning who are looking to expand their strategic HR capabilities.
  • Organizational Development Professionals: Individuals focused on organizational change and development, looking to enhance their understanding of strategic HR’s role in these processes.
  • HR Consultants and Advisors: Independent consultants and advisors who provide strategic HR guidance to organizations and need to stay current with industry best practices.
  • Small Business Owners/CEOs: Leaders of small to medium-sized businesses who often take on HR responsibilities and need a deeper understanding of strategic HR management.
  • HR Professionals in Transition: Individuals between roles or looking to shift their career path within HR, aiming to increase their marketability and job prospects.
  • HR Academics and Educators: Educators and researchers in the field of human resources or related fields looking to update their knowledge and incorporate current practices into their teaching and research.
  • Non-HR Executives: Executives from other departments who collaborate closely with HR and need to understand the strategic importance and functions of HR within an organization.

Agenda

DAY 1:

Morning Session:

Opening Remarks and Introduction (10:00 AM – 10:30 AM)

  • Overview of the program
  • Participant introductions

Module 1: Strategic HR Management and Leadership (10:30 AM – 11:30 AM)

  • Understanding the role of HR in organizational strategy
  • Earning a seat in the strategic planning process
  • Aligning HR strategy with business objectives
  • Developing leadership skills for HR Directors

Coffee Break (11:30 AM – 11:45AM)

Module 2: Change Management (11:45 AM – 1:00 PM)

  • Leading organizational change
  • Change Management Theories
  • Managing resistance and fostering buy-in
  • Communication strategies for effective change management

Lunch Break (1:00 PM – 1:30 PM)

Afternoon Session:

Module 3: Talent Management and Succession Planning (1:30 PM – 3:00 PM)

  • Developing a robust talent management strategy
  • Developing a Succession planning for key roles
  • Cultivating Talent retention and development
  • Addressing real-world HR challenges
  • Embracing Remote and Hybrid Teams

Module 4: Advanced Employment Law (3:00 PM – 4:30 PM)

  • Addressing the latest legal updates impacting HR
  • Navigating complex legal scenarios
  • Integrating Risk management in HR practices

Coffee Break (4:30 PM – 4:45 PM)

Module 5: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) (4:45 PM – 6:00 PM)

  • Building and sustaining a diverse workforce
  • Implementing Strategies for promoting equity and inclusion
  • Measuring the impact of DEI initiatives
  • Discussion and feedback

Day 1 Wrap-Up and Networking Event

  • Reflection on the day’s learnings
  • Informal networking with peers and instructors

DAY 2: Advanced HR Practices and Employee Engagement

Morning Session:

Module 6: Enhancing Employee Engagement (10:00 AM – 11:00 AM)

  • Implementing strategies for boosting employee engagement
  • Building a positive organizational culture
  • Developing Employee feedback and communication channels

Interactive Workshop: DEI and Engagement Case Studies (11:00 AM – 11:30 AM)

Coffee Break (11:30 AM – 11:45 AM)

Module 7: HR Analytics and Data-Driven Decision Making (11:45 AM – 1:00 AM)

  • Leveraging HR analytics for strategic insights
  • Implementing Tools and techniques for data analysis in HR
  • Making informed decisions based on HR metrics

Lunch Break (1:00 PM – 1:30 PM)

Afternoon Session:

Module 8: Future Trends in HR (1:30 AM – 2:30 PM)

  • Emerging trends and technologies in HR
  • Addressing the future of work and its impact on HR
  • Preparing for the challenges of tomorrow
  • Cultivating HR Analytics and future trends
  • Navigating Ethics in AI and HR technology

Module 9:  The Role of HR Directors and Company Policies (2:30 PM – 3:30 PM)

  • Addressing Policy Development and Formulation
  • Communication and Implementation of Company Policies
  • Maintaining consistent application of company policies

Coffee Break (4:30 PM – 4:45 PM)

Module 10. Developing a Personal Brand (4:45 PM – 5:15 PM)

  • Cultivating continuous HR Education
  • Developing and sustaining a competitive advantage

Farewell Reception (5:15 PM – 6:00 PM)

  • Reflections on the program
  • Awarding of certificates
  • Closing remarks
  • HRCI/SHRM 14 Recertification credit hours provided
  • Networking and celebration
  • End of the program

2-Day HR Director Certificate Program

$1,39500
  • What’s Included:
  • 2 Days of Live Instructor-Led Training by Elga Lejarza, aPHR, PHR, SHRM-CP, PHR, SHRM-SCP, GPHR
  • HRCI – 14 HR (General) Credits
  • SHRM – 14 PDC’s
  • Certificate upon Successful Completion
  • Hardcopy of the presentation & training materials

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5-Day Advanced Project Management Certificate Program for Human Resources
5-Day Advanced Project Management Certificate Program for Human Resources
SHRM Recertification Provider and HRCI Approved Provider

Continuing Education Credits:

  • HRCI – 35 HR(General) Credits
  • SHRM – 35 PDC’s

Schedule: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM Eastern Time on Each Day (Detailed Agenda Below)

Program Overview

Are you adept at navigating the intricate landscape of simultaneous and diverse HR projects? In your role as an HR professional, manager, or supervisor, your influence is paramount in steering your company through the complexities of HR initiatives. Our 5-Day Advanced Project Management Certificate Program for Human Resources is a transformative 5-day boot camp designed with precision to endow you with the indispensable skills and knowledge necessary to proficiently lead triumphant HR projects and initiatives. More than just a certificate program, it’s your passport to becoming a maestro of HR project management. Picture yourself confidently steering your HR initiatives through the dynamic landscape of the workplace, not just managing but thriving.

Day 1; Foundational Pillars: Exploring Employee Onboarding, Talent Acquisition, and Engagement, unfolds as a meticulous exploration of pivotal HR domains, encompassing Employee Onboarding and Development, Talent Acquisition and Recruitment, and Employee Engagement and Recognition. This day serves as a profound initiation into understanding the delicate equilibrium between HR initiatives and project management, bestowing upon you a robust foundation for seamless synchronization of HR projects.

Advancing to Day 2; Strategic Growth: Navigating Training, Performance, and Organizational Development, the program’s focus refines towards mastering advanced techniques indispensable for successful HR project management. Dive into Training and Development, Performance Management and Succession Planning, and Organizational Development, gaining insights to align individual performance with overarching organizational goals.

On Day 3; Inclusive Excellence: Addressing Diversity, Compensation, and Wellness, attention turns to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Compensation, Benefits, and Wellness, supplemented by Compensation, Benefits, and Wellness Audits. Navigate through these critical areas to foster inclusive workplaces and ensure equitable compensation practices.

Day 4; Regulatory Foundations: Ensuring Compliance and Workplace Safety delves into Policy, Compliance, and Legal matters, Workplace Safety and Health, and their respective audits. Acquire the expertise to navigate regulatory landscapes and uphold workplace safety standards.

Finally, Day 5 Optimizing HR Operations: Communication, Technology, and Outsourcing Strategies concludes with a focus on Communication and Employee Relations, HR Technology and Data Analysis, and Outsourcing strategies. Enhance your proficiency in communication and conflict resolution, harness technology for HR efficiency, and explore outsourcing options to streamline HR processes.

This is an investment in your professional development. Don’t just lead – lead with confidence, innovation, and excellence. Secure your spot now and transform your HR initiatives into triumphs in the ever-evolving world of work!

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Key Features

  • Comprehensive: Covers all aspects of time management, from fundamentals to advanced techniques.
  • Tailored: Offers specialized modules for HR professionals, managers, supervisors, and different industries.
  • Actionable: Provides practical skills and tools for immediate implementation.
  • Engaging: Features interactive sessions, exercises, and case studies.
  • Technology-focused: Explores digital tools and techniques for enhanced efficiency.
  • Personal development: Includes mindfulness, stress management, and work-life balance strategies

Why Attend This Training Program

Our 5-Day Advanced Project Management Certificate Program for Human Resources transcends conventional training; it’s a paradigm shift. Seize the opportunity to:

  • Emerge as a HR project management virtuoso, amplifying productivity within streamlined timelines.
  • Reduce stress and reclaim equilibrium in your HR project management endeavors.
  • Enhance your leadership acumen, igniting inspiration within your HR team.
  • Cultivate personalized strategies for ongoing enhancement and mastery in HR program management.

Target Audience

  • Mid to Senior-Level HR Program Managers: Professionals overseeing HR teams and initiatives, ensuring efficient workforce planning and management.
  • Human Resource Professionals: HR personnel dedicated to refining their project management expertise, enhancing workforce coordination.
  • Team Leaders and Supervisors: Those in leadership roles requiring HR program management skills for effective team guidance.
  • Project Managers: Professionals skilled in coordinating and executing HR projects to drive organizational success.
  • Administrative and Executive Assistants: Support staff integral to HR functions, aiding in administrative tasks and program management.
  • Small Business Owners and Entrepreneurs in HR: Individuals steering their businesses,seeking effective HR program management for sustained success.
  • Independent HR Freelancers and Consultants: Self-employed HR professionals striving for efficient project management and client success.
  • Healthcare HR Professionals: Doctors, nurses, and administrators in HR roles within the healthcare sector, ensuring seamless workforce coordination.
  • Educators and Academic HR Administrators: Teachers, professors, and school administrators managing HR initiatives for educational excellence.
  • Legal Professionals: Lawyers and paralegals, especially engaged in HR roles, ensuring legal compliance and effective workforce management.
  • Financial Advisors and Accountants: Finance professionals applying HR program management for strategic financial planning.
  • Sales and Marketing Professionals: Individuals in dynamic sales and marketing HR roles, integrating program management for organizational growth.
  • IT Professionals and Developers: Tech-savvy professionals utilizing HR program management to enhance IT team efficiency.
  • Government Officials and Public Service Employees: Individuals in HR roles within government and public service, contributing to effective workforce planning.
  • Non-Profit Organizers and Activists: Those in HR roles within the non-profit sector, balancing fundraising, administration, and program management.
  • Event Planners and Coordinators: Professionals planning and executing HR-related events, applying effective program management.
  • Customer Service Managers: Leaders overseeing HR teams dedicated to customer service, utilizing program management for enhanced service delivery.
  • Research Scientists and Analysts: Professionals in HR roles focused on research and analysis, applying program management for precise project execution.
  • Anyone Seeking Improved Project Management: Individuals desiring enhanced skills in HR project management for personal and professional development.

Agenda

Day 1: Foundational Pillars: Exploring Employee Onboarding, Talent Acquisition, and Engagement

1. Employee Onboarding and Development:

  • 1.1. Employee Onboarding Programs
  • 1.2. Employee Career Development Planning

2. Talent Acquisition and Recruitment:

  • 2.1. Talent Acquisition and Recruitment Initiatives
  • 2.2. Employee Referral Programs
  • 2.3. Internal Transfer and Promotion Programs
  • 2.4. Job Fairs and Recruitment Events
  • 2.5. Cross-functional Team Collaboration
  • 2.6. Job Analysis and Position Descriptions
  • 2.7. Talent Pool Development
  • 2.8. Internship Programs
  • 2.9. Talent Acquisition and Recruitment Process Audit
  • 2.10. Background Check and Screening Process Audit

3. Employee Engagement and Recognition:

  • 3.1. Employee Satisfaction Surveys and Programs
  • 3.2. Employee Engagement Surveys and Programs
  • 3.3. Employee Recognition Programs
  • 3.4. Employee Recognition Program Compliance Audits
  • 3.5. Employee Appreciation Events
  • 3.6. Employee Advocacy and Support Programs
  • 3.7. Employee Incentive Programs
  • 3.8. Corporate Social Responsibility
  • 3.9. Volunteer Program Coordination
  • 3.10. Flexible Work Arrangement Programs
  • 3.11. Employee Benefits Negotiations
  • 3.12. Employee Retention Strategies

Day 2: Strategic Growth: Navigating Training, Performance, and Organizational Development

4. Training and Development:

  • 4.1. Training and Development Programs
  • 4.2. Knowledge Transfer Programs
  • 4.3. Cross-functional Team Collaboration
  • 4.4. Training and Development Programs
  • 4.5. Leadership and Management Development/Training Programs
  • 4.6. HR Training Boot Camps
  • 4.7. Mentorship and Coaching Programs
  • 4.8. Employment Contracts and Agreements Compliance Audit
  • 4.9. Training and Development Program Compliance Audit

5. Performance Management and Succession Planning:

  • 5.1. Performance Management Systems
  • 5.2. Succession Planning and Talent Pipeline Development
  • 5.3. Succession Planning Program Audit
  • 5.4. Talent Reviews and Calibration
  • 5.5. Performance Improvement Plans
  • 5.6. Performance Appraisal Process Improvement
  • 5.7. Performance Appraisal and Evaluation Process Audit

6. Organizational Development:

  • 6.1. Organizational Restructuring and Downsizing
  • 6.2. Organizational Culture Assessments
  • 6.3. Change Management
  • 6.4. HR Budgeting and Cost Management
  • 6.5. Employment Branding Initiatives

Day 3: Inclusive Excellence: Addressing Diversity, Compensation, and Wellness

7. Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion:

  • 7.1. Workplace Diversity Strategies
  • 7.2. Workforce Diversity Audits and Strategies
  • 7.3. Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives
  • 7.4. Diversity and Inclusion Program Audit

8. Compensation, Benefits, and Wellness:

  • 8.1. Compensation and Benefits Administration
  • 8.2. Employee Benefits Education Boot Camps/Webinars
  • 8.3. Retirement Planning Boot Camps
  • 8.4. Employee Financial Wellness Programs/Events
  • 8.5. Employee Assistance Programs (EAP)
  • 8.6. Employee Wellness Programs
  • 8.7. Health and Wellness Fairs

9. Compensation, Benefits, and Wellness Audits:

  • 9.1. Health and Wellness Program Compliance Audit
  • 9.2. Benefits Administration Compliance Audit
  • 9.3. HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) Compliance Audit
  • 9.4. COBRA (Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act) Compliance Audit
  • 9.5. Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Audit
  • 9.6. Workers’ Compensation Compliance Audit
  • 9.7. Unemployment Insurance Claims and Records Audit
  • 9.8. Employee Benefit Plan Audit
  • 9.9. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Reporting Audit
  • 9.10. Vendor and Supplier Diversity Audit

Day 4: Regulatory Foundations: Ensuring Compliance and Workplace Safety

10. Policy, Compliance, and Legal:

  • 10.1. Policy Development
  • 10.2. Compliance Training Tracking Systems
  • 10.3. Grievance Handling
  • 10.4. HR Audits and Compliance Reviews
  • 10.5. Employee Legal Compliance
  • 10.6. HR Data Privacy Compliance Measures
  • 10.7. HR Policy Manual Updates
  • 10.8. Employee Legal Rights Boot Camps
  • 10.9. Labor Union Negotiations and Relations
  • 10.10. Handbook Development and Updates

11. Policy, Compliance, and Legal Audits:

  • 11.1. I-9 Compliance Audit
  • 11.2. EEO (Equal Employment Opportunity) Compliance Audit
  • 11.3. Wage and Hour Compliance Audit
  • 11.4. FLSA (Fair Labor Standards Act) Compliance Audit
  • 11.5. FMLA (Family and Medical Leave Act) Compliance Audit
  • 11.6. Affirmative Action Plan (AAP) Audit
  • 11.7. Handbook Compliance Audit
  • 11.8. Records Retention and Document Compliance Audit
  • 11.9. Personnel File Compliance Audit

12. Workplace Safety and Health:

  • 12.1. Workplace Safety and Health Programs
  • 12.2. Workplace Harassment Prevention Programs
  • 12.3. Return-to-Work Programs
  • 12.4. Workplace Environment Surveys

13. Workplace Safety and Health Audits:

  • 13.1. OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) Compliance Audit
  • 13.2. Safety Training and Emergency Response Plan Audit
  • 13.3. Workplace Environment and Culture Audit
  • 13.4. Harassment Prevention and Training Compliance Audit
  • 13.5. Disability Accommodation Process Audit
  • 13.6. Ethics and Code of Conduct Compliance Audit

Day 5: Optimizing HR Operations: Communication, Technology, and Outsourcing Strategies

14. Communication and Employee Relations:

  • 14.1. Employee Communication Strategies
  • 14.2. Employee Relations
  • 14.3. Conflict Resolution and Mediation Boot Camps
  • 14.4. Employee Exit and Offboarding Processes
  • 14.5. Exit Interview Process Enhancement
  • 14.6. Employee Relations Investigations
  • 14.7. Internal Investigations and Grievance Handling Audit

15. HR Technology and Data Analysis:

  • 15.1. HR Information System (HRIS) Implementation
  • 15.2. HR Analytics and Reporting
  • 15.3. HR Technology Integration
  • 15.4. HR System Upgrades and Maintenance
  • 15.5. HR Technology Vendor Evaluation and Selection
  • 15.6. HR Metrics Benchmarking and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)
  • 15.7. Training Evaluation and ROI Analysis
  • 15.8. Success Metrics Alignment
  • 15.9. Workforce Analytics and Planning

16. HR Technology and Data Audits:

  • 16.1. Global HR Compliance Audit
  • 16.2. Digital HR Technology Security Audit
  • 16.3. Data Security and Privacy Compliance Audit

17. Outsourcing

  • Time to Outsource

Over the course of five enriching days, this HR Program Management bootcamp will immerse you in interactive exercises, case studies, and group discussions tailored to apply HR project management concepts and frameworks to real-world scenarios. Network with peers, sharing insights to elevate your proficiency in HR program management.

This program equips you with the tools and guidance to cultivate confidence, enhancing your efficiency in HR Project Management and contributing to organizational development by:

  • Elevating Project Productivity: The mastery of HR program management skills is imperative for optimizing project productivity. Effective time management facilitates the efficient completion of tasks, allowing leaders to channel their efforts towards strategic initiatives that drive organizational success.
  • Enhancing Decision-Making: HR project management training empowers individuals to prioritize tasks and make well-informed decisions swiftly. By mitigating decision fatigue, often experienced by busy professionals, this training ensures timely and effective decision-making in HR initiatives.

The 5-Day Advanced Project Management Certificate Program is not just a training program; it’s an investment in your professional growth and the future success of your organization. By mastering these topics, you’ll be equipped to drive impactful HR initiatives, creating a workplace culture that thrives on innovation and adaptability.

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5-Day Advanced Project Management Certificate Program for Human Resources

$2,19500
  • What’s Included:
  • 5 Days of Live Instructor-Led Training
  • HRCI – 35 HR (General) Credits
  • SHRM – 35 PDC’s
  • Certificate upon Successful Completion
  • Hardcopy of the presentation & training materials

Upcoming Training Dates

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Maximizing Productivity: 2-Day Advanced Time Management Certificate Program for HR Leaders, Managers, and Supervisors

Maximizing Productivity: 2-Day Advanced Time Management Certificate Program for HR Leaders, Managers, and Supervisors
SHRM Recertification Provider and HRCI Approved Provider

Time Mastery: Unleash Your Leadership Potential and Conquer Your Workday

Instructor: Alicia Villegas

Continuing Education Credits:

  • HRCI – 14 HR(General) Credits
  • SHRM – 14 PDC’s

Schedule: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM Eastern Time on Both Days (Detailed Agenda Below)

Program Overview

Tired of feeling like time is your enemy? As a leader in your organization, you know the pressure – deadlines loom, meetings pile up, and your inbox overflows. But what if you could turn the tables? Imagine mastering time, not the other way around. That’s what our 2-Day Maximizing Productivity: Advanced Time Management Certificate Program for HR Leaders, Managers, and Supervisors offers.

Day 1 is your bootcamp in mastery. Unleash your inner time warrior as you dissect your current habits, transform time-wasters into productivity power-ups, and craft bulletproof schedules that work for you. Learn to prioritize like a pro, harness the magic of technology, and banish procrastination with proven strategies. By the end of Day 1, you’ll have a personalized time-management blueprint – your secret weapon for a smoother, more focused workday.

Day 2 is your deep dive into leadership excellence. We’ll explore advanced strategies for conquering complex projects, navigating change like a pro, and thriving under pressure. Whether you’re an HR hero juggling recruitment and payroll, or a management marvel driving team performance, we’ve got you covered with industry-specific solutions. Find your sweet spot between work and life, cultivate mindfulness for inner strength, and discover the power of emotional intelligence in your time management journey.

Our Time Management Certificate Program is an invaluable investment in your professional development and the future of your organization. By equipping you with the knowledge and skills to navigate time management effectively, you will empower your workforce to embrace new strategies and initiatives, fostering a culture of innovation and adaptability.

Join us and discover the transformative power of effective time management!

“The more efficient we become, the more time we have to spend on the important things in life.” – Jim Loehr

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Why Attend the Training Program

Our 2-Day Maximizing Productivity Time Management Certificate Program is more than just a program, it’s a transformation. It’s your chance to:

  • Become a productivity powerhouse, achieving more in less time.
  • Slash stress and reclaim your work-life balance.
  • Boost your leadership skills and inspire your team.
  • Develop personalized strategies for continuous improvement.

Key Features

  • Comprehensive: Covers all aspects of time management, from fundamentals to advanced techniques.
  • Tailored: Offers specialized modules for HR professionals, managers, supervisors, and different industries.
  • Actionable: Provides practical skills and tools for immediate implementation.
  • Engaging: Features interactive sessions, exercises, and case studies.
  • Technology-focused: Explores digital tools and techniques for enhanced efficiency.
  • Personal development: Includes mindfulness, stress management, and work-life balance strategies.

Program Objectives

By the end of this program, participants will be able to:

  1. Understand the complexities of Time Management.
  2. Boost your leadership and productivity.
  3. Thrive in a dynamic world and advance your career by earning a certificate.

Topics Covered

  1. Understanding Time Management: Welcome to your transformational journey towards time mastery! This module lays the groundwork for becoming a true leader of your time, equipped to conquer your workday, empower your team, and achieve your goals. By the end of this module, you’ll have a solid understanding of time management principles and possess a personalized toolkit to tackle your daily challenges with newfound confidence. You’ll be ready to dive deeper into advanced techniques and industry-specific applications in the following modules of our 2-Day Maximizing Productivity program.
  2. The Art of Scheduling: Module 2 elevates you from a time management novice to a maestro of scheduling and organization. Here, you’ll transform your daily chaos into a harmonious symphony of productivity through strategic planning, powerful tools, and effective delegation. By the end of this module, you’ll have transcended the chaos and transformed into a master of planning and organization. You’ll be able to structure your day for optimal productivity and delegate effectively.
  3. Technology and Time Management: Now, it’s time to leverage technology for optimal time management. This module is equipping you to thrive in today’s digital landscape. You’ll be navigating the digital world with ease and using technology to your advantage. You’ll be equipped to maintain cybersecurity awareness, and constantly refine your time management practices. While leveraging technology to your advantage, you will also be freeing up valuable time for strategic thinking and leadership.
  4. Productivity and Time Management: Now, it’s time to ignite your productivity engine and conquer the nemesis of time management: procrastination. This module is your rocket fuel, propelling you to achieve more in less time and reach your full potential. By the end of this module, you’ll have smashed through procrastination, minimized distractions, and cultivated a laser focus that propels you toward peak productivity. You’ll be able to work smarter, not harder, and achieve more with less time and stress.
  5. The Role of Communication in Time Management: Having conquered your productivity, this module focuses on harnessing the power of communication and collaboration to drive time-efficient teamwork and organizational success. This module is your bridge to building a time-conscious, collaborative culture where everyone thrives. You’ll be a master communicator and collaborator, able to lead your team toward shared goals toward time-saving efficiency and cultural sensitivity.
  6. Managing Remote Work and Time Management:  Now, it’s time to conquer the unique challenges of remote work and leverage technology for optimal time management. This module is your remote productivity toolkit. You’ll be a remote productivity master. You’ll be equipped to lead your remote team to success.
  7. Employee Development and Performance: As a time-mastery leader, you understand the impact your efficiency has on your team. Now, it’s time to leverage your skills to empower your team members for peak performance and growth. This module is your team development toolbelt, offering strategies to motivate, mentor, and cultivate a thriving work environment. You will learn how to be an empowering leader who cultivates a thriving team environment where every member is equipped to manage their time effectively and achieve their full potential. Your understanding of employee well-being and focus on development will fuel high motivation, increased productivity, and a positive work culture that thrives on change and embraces growth.
  8. Leadership and Decision Making: You’ve conquered remote work, mastered communication, and built a time-conscious team. Now, it’s time to ascend to the next level and become a truly effective leader, leveraging time management to drive strategic decision-making and navigate any challenge with confidence. This module is your leadership launchpad, propelling you towards peak performance and impactful results. You’ll learn to be a time-managing leader empowered to make swift, strategic decisions, navigate challenges with resilience, and inspire your team to achieve their full potential. You’ll understand the ethical considerations of time management in a leadership role, ensuring your decisions align with your values and drive positive change.
  9. Personal Development: As you reach the culmination of Day 1, it’s time to shift the focus inward. Now, it’s time to harness the power of effective time management to optimize your well-being, unlock your full potential, and sustain your success both inside and outside work. This module is your growth compass, guiding you towards a balanced and fulfilling life. You’ll be equipped with the tools and knowledge to become a well-rounded individual who not only manages time effectively but also prioritizes well-being, embraces personal growth, and sustains success in all areas of life. You’ll understand the interconnectedness of professional productivity and personal fulfillment, allowing you to lead a happier, healthier, and more fulfilling life.
  10. Time Management Myths and Misconceptions: In this opening module, we’ll shed light on common time management myths and misconceptions holding you back from peak efficiency. By debunking these false beliefs and learning strategies for effective execution, you’ll gain a clear and practical vision for mastering your time in the real world. You’ll be equipped with a myth-busting arsenal and actionable strategies to crush productivity roadblocks, maximize your efficiency, and conquer any task with laser focus. You’ll leave behind the myths and misconceptions and embrace a proven approach to time management that fuels your success in both your personal and professional life.
  11. Advanced Time Management Concepts: Prepare to turbocharge your efficiency with advanced time management concepts and strategies. This module is your productivity vault, packed with tools to optimize your time under any circumstance. You will learn to be a time management maestro, equipped to handle complex situations, navigate change with confidence, and optimize your efficiency in any environment. You’ll understand the power of emotional intelligence and advanced delegation, and be able to adapt your strategies to conquer distractions and maximize your time.
  12. Specialized Topics for HR Professionals: Let’s focus on your specific superpowers as an HR professional. This module is your HR Time Management Toolkit, equipping you with strategies to optimize your time across all facets of your crucial role. By the end of this module, you’ll be an HR time management champion, able to juggle diverse responsibilities, uphold legal and ethical standards, and navigate complex situations with clarity and efficiency. You’ll understand how to prioritize employee well-being while achieving departmental goals, making you a true advocate for a positive and productive work environment.
  13. Specialized Topics for Managers and Supervisors: Let’s hone your time management skills as a leader. This module is your Management Time Mastery Toolkit, equipping you with strategies to optimize your time while building strong, effective teams and driving successful results. You will learn how to be a team-oriented time management leader, able to build a cohesive and productive team, allocate resources strategically, and navigate diverse needs within your group. You’ll understand how to foster innovation while upholding deadlines and become a master negotiator of both tasks and schedules.
  14. Industry-Specific Time Management: This module is your Industry-Specific Time Toolkit, equipping you with strategies tailored to the specific challenges and opportunities of your field. You will learn a time management master tailor-made for a particular industry, able to optimize workflows, prioritize tasks, and achieve organization goals within the specific context of a certain professional field. Remember, time management isn’t one-size-fits-all. This module provides you with the flexibility and knowledge to adapt your skills to your specific industry, ensuring you become a time management champion in your chosen field.
  15. Creatives & Entrepreneurs Time Management: As we wrap up this efficiency journey, let’s explore the unique time management needs of entrepreneurs and creative minds. This module is your Creative Time Toolkit, equipping you to conquer deadlines, fuel inspiration, and build your dream without sacrificing precious hours. Remember, time management is not about fitting into a mold; it’s about creating a system that works for you. This module celebrates the unique challenges and rewards of being a creative entrepreneur, equipping you with the tools and knowledge to build a fulfilling career and life that reflects your passion and purpose.
  16. Program Wrap-Up and Implementation: In the final module of your Efficiency Mastery you will translate your newfound knowledge into lasting action and ensure time management skills continue to evolve. This module is your Time Management Launchpad, propelling you toward a future of optimized productivity and well-being. By the end of this training, you will be more than just a time management practitioner; you’ll be a certified Time Management Master! You’ll possess a personalized plan, the confidence to implement it, and the skills to continuously refine your efficiency as you move forward. You’ll be equipped to inspire your team, champion efficiency within your organization, and thrive in any situation that life throws your way.

In the 2-Day Maximizing Productivity: Certificate Program each topic is designed to build upon the previous, providing a comprehensive and detailed understanding of Advanced Time Management, critical for any HR Professionals, Managers, and Supervisors, looking to advance their career and make a significant impact in their organization.

Target Audience

  • Mid to Senior-Level Managers: Professionals responsible for overseeing teams and projects who need to balance multiple responsibilities efficiently.
  • Human Resource Professionals: HR personnel looking to improve their time management skills for better workforce planning and management.
  • Team Leaders and Supervisors: Individuals in leadership roles need to optimize their time to effectively manage teams and workflows.
  • Project Managers: Professionals who coordinate and execute projects, requiring excellent time management to meet deadlines and budget constraints.
  • Administrative and Executive Assistants: Staff who manage schedules and priorities for executives and need to be adept at managing time effectively.
  • Small Business Owners and Entrepreneurs: Individuals who manage multiple aspects of their business and need to maximize productivity.
  • Freelancers and Consultants: Self-employed professionals who must efficiently manage their time to balance multiple client demands.
  • Healthcare Professionals: Doctors, nurses, and administrators in the healthcare sector who face time-sensitive responsibilities.
  • Educators and Academic Administrators: Teachers, professors, and school administrators who need to manage their time effectively for teaching, administration, and research.
  • Legal Professionals: Lawyers and paralegals who must handle multiple cases and clients simultaneously.
  • Financial Advisors and Accountants: Professionals in finance who need to manage their time for client meetings, analysis, and reporting.
  • Sales and Marketing Professionals: Individuals in fast-paced sales and marketing roles who must juggle client interactions, campaigns, and targets.
  • IT Professionals and Developers: Tech professionals who need to manage time while dealing with complex projects and tight deadlines.
  • Government Officials and Public Service Employees: People working in government or public service roles who need to manage their time effectively amidst bureaucratic procedures.
  • Non-Profit Organizers and Activists: Individuals in the non-profit sector balancing fundraising, administration, and program management.
  • Event Planners and Coordinators: Professionals who plan and execute events and need to manage time effectively to ensure successful outcomes.
  • Customer Service Managers: Those in charge of customer service teams who need to efficiently manage time to address customer needs and service targets.
  • Research Scientists and Analysts: Professionals in research and analysis who must allocate time effectively between fieldwork, data analysis, and reporting.
  • Graduate Students and Academic Researchers: Students and researchers who need to manage their time for studies, research projects, and dissertations.
  • Anyone Seeking Improved Productivity: Individuals across various fields looking to enhance their time management skills for personal and professional growth.

Agenda

Day 1:

10:00 am – 11:00 am: Understanding Time Management: Definition and Importance

  • Introduction to Time Management
  • The Psychology Behind Time Management
  • Time Management for HR Professionals
  • Setting Professional and Personal Goals
  • Setting Realistic Goals: Short-term and Long-term
  • How to make CLEAR objectives
  • Prioritizing Tasks Effectively
  • Understanding: Urgent vs. Important
  • Prioritization Techniques for Busy Professionals
  • Overcoming Common Time Management Challenges
  • The Role of Discipline in Effective Time Management
  • Building and Maintaining Focus
  • Strategies for Staying Focused

11:00 am – 11:30 pm: The Art of Scheduling: Planning and Organization

  • Creating a Daily Action Plan
  • Mastering the To-Do Lists: Making Them Work for You
  • Strategic Planning for HR and Management Tasks
  • Organizing Workflows for Efficiency
  • Delegation Skills: When and How to Delegate Effectively
  • Techniques for Delegating Tasks Effectively
  • Balancing Reactive vs. Proactive Management
  • Utilizing Digital Tools for Time Management
  • Project Time Management: Tools and Techniques

11:30am – 12:15pm Technology and Time Management The Role of Technology in Time Management

  • Leveraging Technology for Efficiency
  • Utilizing Digital Tools for Time Management
  • Project Time Management: Tools and Techniques
  • Tools for Time Management
  • Time Tracking and Analysis
  • Performance Analysis and Time Management
  • Time Management Tools and Software for Teams
  • Cybersecurity and Time Management

12:15 am – 12:30 pm: Break

12:30 pm – 1:00 pm: Productivity and Time Management: Productivity Enhancement

  • Overcoming Common Time Wasters
  • Identifying and Minimizing Time Wasters
  • Overcoming Procrastination: Strategies and Tools
  • Techniques to Avoid Procrastination
  • The Eisenhower Matrix for Prioritization
  • The Pareto Principle (80/20 Rule) in Time Management
  • The Pomodoro Technique for Productivity
  • Time Blocking for Focused Work Sessions
  • Managing Work Overload and Burnout
  • Coping with Information Overload
  • Creating a Productive Workspace

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm: The Role of Communication in Time Management

  • Effective Communication for Time Savings
  • Email Management Strategies
  • Meeting Management: Planning and Execution
  • Managing Meetings and Agendas Efficiently
  • Time Management in Team Collaboration
  • Team Time Management: Strategies for Collaborative Efficiency
  • The Role of HR in Promoting Time Management Skills
  • Conflict Resolution and Time Management
  • Building a Time-Conscious Team Culture
  • Time Management in Agile Environments
  • Cultural Considerations in Time Management
  • Time Management in a Multicultural Environment

2:00 pm – 2:30 pm: Managing Remote Work and Time Management

  • Time Management for Remote Work
  • Time Management Strategies for Remote Teams
  • Leveraging Technology for Time Management
  • Digital vs. Analog Time Management Tools
  • Overcoming the Challenges of Remote Supervision
  • Establishing Clear Remote Work Policies

2:30 pm – 3:00 pm: Lunch

3:00 pm – 3:30 pm: Employee Development and Performance

  • Time Management in Employee Training and Development
  • Monitoring and Evaluating Employee Performance
  • Conducting Efficient Performance Reviews
  • Time Management in Employee Onboarding
  • Succession Planning and Time Allocation
  • Enhancing Productivity through Employee Well-being
  • Leveraging Peak Productivity Hours
  • Managing Energy for Peak Performance
  • Boundary Setting for Better Time Management
  • Time Management for Career Development
  • Feedback Mechanisms for Time Management

3:30 pm – 4:00 pm: Leadership and Decision Making

  • The Importance of Time Management in Leadership Roles
  • Decision-Making Strategies for Efficient Management
  • Time Management for Strategic Leadership
  • Strategic Planning and Time Management
  • Building Resilience in Time Management
  • Crisis Management and Time Prioritization
  • Ethics and Time Management in Leadership
  • Decision-Making Skills for Better Time Utilization

4:15 pm – 4:30 pm: Break

4:30 pm – 6:00 pm: Personal Development

  • Assessing Your Time Management Skills
  • Work-Life Balance and Time Management
  • Work-Life Balance Strategies
  • Work-Life Balance for Managers and HR Professionals
  • Stress Management Techniques and Time Allocation
  • Mindfulness and Time Management
  • Mindfulness Techniques for Better Focus
  • Mindfulness and Time Management
  • Building Personal Resilience and Flexibility
  • Continuous Professional Development and Time Allocation
  • Sleep and Time Management
  • Diet, Exercise, and Efficient Time Use
  • Personal Development and Continuous Improvement

Day 2:

10:00 am – 11:30 am: Time Management Myths and Misconceptions

  • Breaking Down Large Tasks
  • The Myth of Multitasking
  • Multitasking: Pros and Cons

11:30 am – 12:15 pm: Advanced Time Management Concepts

  • Time Management in Change Management
  • Project Management Techniques for HR and Supervisors
  • Managing Time Under Pressure
  • The Role of Emotional Intelligence in Time Management
  • Advanced Delegation for Time Optimization
  • Managing Distractions and Interruptions
  • Adapting Time Management Strategies in Changing Environments
  • Techniques for Speed Reading

12:15 am – 12:30 pm: Break

12:30 pm – 1:30 pm: Specialized Topics for HR Professionals

  • Time Management in Recruitment and Hiring
  • Managing Time in Employee Relations Issues
  • Time Management for Payroll Processing
  • Legal Compliance and Time Efficiency
  • Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives and Time Management
  • Employee Engagement Strategies and Time Allocation
  • Financial Planning and Time Management
  • Legal Aspects of Time Management
  • Ethical Considerations in Time Management

1:30 pm – 2:30 pm: Specialized Topics for Managers and Supervisors

  • Time Management in Team Building Activities
  • Managing Multigenerational Teams
  • Time Management in Performance Improvement Plans
  • Strategic Resource Allocation
  • Innovation and Time Management
  • Time Management in Project Management
  • Negotiation Skills and Time Management

2:30 pm – 3:00 pm: Lunch

3:00 pm – 3:30 pm: Industry-Specific Time Management

  • Time Management in Manufacturing and Production
  • Time Management in Healthcare Settings
  • Retail Management and Time Efficiency
  • Time Management for IT Managers
  • Time Management in Education and Training
  • Time Management in Sales
  • Time Management in Customer Service
  • Time Management for Students and Academic

3:30 pm – 4:15 pm: Creatives & Entrepreneurs Time Management

  • Time Management for Entrepreneurs
  • The Concept of Work Smarter, Not Harder
  • Personal Branding and Time Management
  • Networking and Time Management
  • Negotiation Skills and Time Constraints

4:15 pm – 4:30 pm: Break

4:30 pm – 6:00 pm: Program Wrap-Up and Implementation

  • Self-Assessment: Identifying Your Time Management Style
  • Creating a Personalized Time Management Plan
  • Implementing Time Management Strategies in Your Role
  • Sharing Best Practices with Your Team
  • Measuring the Impact of Improved Time Management
  • Continuous Improvement in Time Management Skills
  • Final Q&A and Program Evaluation

Throughout the two days, you will engage in interactive exercises, case studies, and group discussions to apply the concepts and frameworks to real-world scenarios. You will also have the opportunity to network with peers and share experiences to enhance your learning experience on Time Management.

This program will give you the tools and guides to build your confidence that will help you be more efficient at Time Management for your professional and organization’s development by:

  • Enhanced Productivity: Time management skills are essential for maximizing productivity. Learning to effectively manage time can lead to completing tasks more efficiently, allowing leaders to focus on strategic initiatives.
  • Improved Decision-Making: Time management training helps in prioritizing tasks and making informed decisions quickly, reducing the risk of decision fatigue that often plagues busy professionals.
  • Better Work-Life Balance: Mastering time management enables professionals to delineate between work and personal life more effectively, reducing stress and preventing burnout.

Don’t miss this opportunity to become a certified advanced time management expert and elevate your career to new heights. HR professionals, managers, and supervisors should join our Advanced Time Management Certificate Program and transform themselves into a catalysts for organizational success.

Enroll Today and Become an Efficiency Mastery: Advanced Time Management Leader!

Maximizing Productivity: 2-Day Advanced Time Management Certificate Program for HR Leaders, Managers, and Supervisors

$1,39500
  • What’s Included:
  • 2 Days of Live Instructor-Led Training
  • HRCI – 14 HR (General) Credits
  • SHRM – 14 PDC’s
  • Certificate upon Successful Completion
  • Hardcopy of the presentation & training materials

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6-Month Evening Online HR Master Program

6-Month Evening Online HR Master Program
SHRM Recertification Provider and HRCI Approved Provider

Instructor:  Elga Lejarza, aPHR, PHR, SPHR, SHRM-CP, SHRM-SCP, GPHR

Location: 2-Way Interactive Live Stream

Continuing Education Credits:

  • HRCI – 72 HR(General) Credits
  • SHRM – 72 PDC’s

Time: 

  • 8:00 pm to 11:00 pm Eastern Time on Wednesdays for a 6 Month period (24 Weeks)

* All of the live sessions are recorded and made available the next day in case you have to miss one or you want to listen to it again.

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Program Structure

Our comprehensive master’s program is designed to provide you with a holistic understanding of HRM and equip you with the practical skills to excel in the field. Participants will be provided with modules covering the most critical disciplines of HRM in today’s business context.

These disciplines include:

  • Employment Laws and Ethics
  • Labor and Employee Relations
  • Talent Planning and Acquisition
  • Learning and Development
  • Performance and Rewards Management
  • Compensation and Benefits
  • Employment Relations
  • Strategic Human Resources Management
  • Organizational Design and Development
  • Workforce Analytics
  • Managing Diversity in the Organization
  • Conducting Internal Investigations
  • Succession Planning
  • Mental Health and Wellness programs.

Why You Should Attend

  • Comprehensive Understanding of Employment Laws: The program covers essential employment laws like the FLSA, EPA, Civil Rights Act, OSHA, and more, enabling attendees to ensure legal compliance in their organizations, which is critical for avoiding legal disputes and fostering a fair workplace.
  • Leadership and Strategic Insights: With modules on leadership and strategy, including strategic planning, project management, and organizational design, participants can enhance their ability to contribute strategically at the executive level, making HR a key player in organizational success.
  • Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Expertise: Given the increasing focus on DEI in the workplace, the program equips HR professionals with the skills to foster an inclusive environment, which is vital for attracting and retaining top talent and promoting innovation.
  • Advanced Employee Relations Skills: The training provides in-depth knowledge on managing complex employee relations issues, conducting internal investigations, and handling labor relations, which are essential for maintaining a positive and productive workplace.
  • Talent Planning and Acquisition Competence: With a focus on HR planning, job analysis, recruitment strategies, and selection processes, attendees can refine their ability to acquire and retain the right talent, a crucial factor in any organization’s success.
  • In-depth Knowledge of Total Rewards and Performance Management: Understanding the intricacies of compensation, benefits, and performance management enables HR professionals to design programs that motivate and engage employees, driving performance and retention.
  • Learning and Development Skills: The program covers organizational development, training models, and succession planning, providing tools for developing employees’ skills and preparing them for future roles, which is key to long-term organizational growth.
  • Risk Management and Compliance with OSHA: Knowledge of OSHA standards and risk management is critical for ensuring workplace safety and compliance, protecting both employees and the organization.
  • Focus on Mental Health and Corporate Wellness: With an increasing recognition of the importance of mental health and well-being in the workplace, the program prepares HR professionals to implement effective wellness programs, improving employee satisfaction and productivity.
  • Staying Current with HR Trends and Practices: The HR field is constantly evolving, and this program offers an opportunity to stay updated with the latest trends, technologies, and best practices in HR management.
  • Networking Opportunities: Such programs often attract a diverse group of HR professionals, offering excellent networking opportunities and the chance to learn from peers across different industries.
  • Career Advancement and Professional Development: Completing an advanced HR training program can enhance one’s credentials, opening doors for career advancement and positioning oneself as an HR expert within their organization or in the broader market.
  • Customized Learning for Various HR Roles: The wide range of topics makes the program relevant for HR professionals in different roles and at various stages of their careers, from HR generalists to specialists and leaders.

Attending this HR Master training program would provide you with a deep and broad understanding of key HR functions, equipping you with the skills and knowledge necessary to effectively manage HR challenges and contribute to your organization’s success.

Elga Lejarza, our esteemed instructor, will be sharing her extensive knowledge and insights gained from 29 years of experience in Human Resources with all participants. This presents a unique opportunity for attendees to learn from her wealth of expertise in the field.

Target Audience

  • Experienced HR Professionals: This includes HR managers, directors, and senior HR practitioners who are looking to update their skills, learn about new trends, and gain insights into advanced HR strategies and practices.
  • Mid-Level HR Practitioners: HR generalists, coordinators, and specialists who aim to advance their careers by gaining deeper knowledge and expertise in specific areas of HR
  • Aspiring HR Leaders: Individuals who are looking to move into leadership roles within HR, such as becoming an HR manager or director, and want to prepare themselves for these roles
  • HR Consultants and Freelancers: Professionals who provide HR consulting services to organizations and are looking to broaden their service offerings or deepen their expertise in certain HR areas
  • Business Owners and Entrepreneurs: Owners of small to medium-sized businesses who handle HR functions themselves and need to understand best practices in HR management
  • Non-HR Professionals with HR Responsibilities: Managers and supervisors who are not in HR but have HR-related responsibilities, such as hiring, performance reviews, and team management
  • Academics and Students in HR-related Fields: Educators and students who are pursuing studies in human resources or related fields and wish to gain practical insights and advanced knowledge
  • HR Software and Service Providers: Professionals working in companies that offer HR-related software or services, seeking to understand the needs and challenges of HR practitioners better
  • Professionals in Related Fields: Such as finance, administration, or operations, frequently interact with HR and need to understand its functions and processes
  • Organizational Development Professionals: Those who focus on change management, employee engagement, and organizational culture, looking to integrate these with broader HR practices

You Receive the Following Training Resources and Materials

  • HR Master Module Book Set
  • Certificate of Completion
  • Access to all of the Live Session Recordings the morning after the session that you will have access to for 6 months after the class ends
  • Access to dozens of 1-on-1 exam prep session recordings from past successful students that have allowed us to record and share
  • Complimentary 1-hour one-on-one session before your exam to make sure you are ready
  • The emotional support needed, literally, up to the last minute before the exam because we are committed to doing whatever it takes to make you successful at passing your HR Certification exams!

We also provide you with instructions for applying and registering for the HR Certification Exams!

AGENDA:

Module 1 – Employment Laws

  • Fair Labor Standard Act (FLSA) 1938
  • The Equal Pay Act (EPA) of 1963
  • Title VII of The Civil Rights Act of 1964
  • The Age Discrimination Act of 1967 (ADEA)
  • The Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) of 1970
  • The Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) of 1970
  • The Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) of 1974
  • The Copy Rights Act of 1976
  • The Pregnancy Discrimination Act (PDA) of 1978
  • The Consolidated Omnibus Reconciliation Act (COBRA) of 1985
  • The Immigration Control and Reform and Control Act (IRCA) of 1986
  • Form I-9 Compliance
  • The Drug Free Workplace Act (DFWA) of 1988
  • The Workers Adjustment and Notification Act (WARN) of 1988
  • The Employee Polygraph Protection Act of 1988
  • The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) of 1993
  • The Uniformed Services Employment and Re-employment Rights Act (1994)
  • Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of 1996
  • The Mental Health Parity Act (MHPA) of 1996
  • The Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) of 2002
  • The Genetic Information Non-discrimination Act (GINA) of 2008
  • The Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act of 2009
  • The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) of 2010
  • The Providing Urgent Maternal Protections for Nursing Mothers Act (PUMP Act)
  • The Pregnant Workers Fairness Act (PWFA) of 2023

Module 2 – Leadership & Strategy

  • HR’s roles now and then
  • What is a strategy and why is it needed in business
  • HR’s role with the Strategic Planning Process
  • Business and Financial Knowledge
  • Michael Porter’s Grand Strategies
  • Environmental scanning tools; SWOT analysis, PESTLE analysis, Porter’s Five Forces analysis
  • Strategic Planning Process phases
  • Project Management tools
  • Evaluating HR’s effectiveness and efficiency
  • Using leading and lagging indicators
  • HR’s Outsourcing Process
  • HR and Technology
  • Organization’s growth strategies; mergers and acquisitions, greenfield project, brownfield project, turnkey project, divestiture
  • Organizational Designs: Functional Departmentalization, Divisional Departmentalization, Matrix, Centralization, Decentralization, Formalization, Division of Labor, Span of Control, Chain of Command
  • Edgar Schein’s Model of Organizational Culture
  • Cultural Theories: Edward T. Hall Cultural Theory, Geert Hofstede’ Cultural Theory, and Hamden-Turner Cultural Theory.
  • Change Theories: Kurt Lewin, Kotter
  • The Role of HR with Organizational changes
  • The Importance of Creativity for Competitive Advantage
  • Advantages and disadvantages of Offshoring
  • Leadership Theories
  • Ethical Issues affecting Organizations
  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • HR Research and Analytics

Module 3 – Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI)

  • The importance of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the workplace
  • The four layers of Diversity
  • Unconscious Bias in the workplace: Confirmation bias, affinity bias, social comparison bias, name bias, beauty bias, height bias, age bias, cultural noise, halo/horn effect bias, recency/primacy bias, contrast/sequencing effect bias, similar to me bias, leniency/strictness/central tendency bias, non-verbal bias
  • Using the P.A.U.S.E. Model to evaluate, slow down and minimize our natural, instinct reactions, unconscious/implicit bias
  • Steps to initiate a DEI Initiative

Module 4 – Employee Relations

  • The role of HR with Employee Relations
  • Employee Relations issues that belong to HR versus to Managers/Supervisors
  • Why HR needs to conduct formal Internal Investigations
  • Complaint intake – Drawing the “Box” and closing the “Box”
  • Planning the investigation
  • Interviewing the complainant/reporter, the witnesses, the alleged accused
  • Preventing retaliation during investigations
  • Handling inconclusive conclusions
  • Addressing difficult witnesses
  • Presenting findings
  • Completing the investigation executive summary

Module 5 – Labor Relations

  • Unions Labor Laws: The Railway Labor Act of 1926, the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) of 1935, The Labor Management Relations Act (LMRA) of 1947 and the Labor Management Reporting and Disclosure Act (LMRDA) of 1959
  • The structure of unions
  • Employer/Unions Unfair Labor Practices (ULP’s)
  • The Labor organization process
  • Union representation election/deauthorization/decertification
  • The Collective Bargaining process
  • Legal/Illegal strikes

Module 6 – Talent Planning and Acquisition

  • Human Resources Planning
  • Forecasting methods
  • Job analysis process and the outcome of job analysis
  • Difference between a job description and a job specification
  • Common job analysis methods
  • The employment branding strategy
  • Internal and Externa recruitment methods
  • The selection process
  • Different types of interview questionnaires
  • Interviewing challenges and solutions
  • Video and virtual interviews
  • Evaluating candidates and making informed decisions
  • Benefits of a Realistic Job Preview
  • Background checks: criminal convictions, credit history, motor vehicle, academic credential and work reference checks
  • Discriminatory questions

Module 7 – Total Rewards: Benefits and Compensation

  • Financial and Non-financial compensation
  • Corporate compensation philosophies
  • Factors influencing pay
  • Job Evaluation methods
  • Compa Ratio and its objective
  • Money and Motivation Theories
  • Incentive programs: Individual, Group/team and Company-wide
  • Executive compensation: Golden parachutes, golden handcuffs, golden handshakes, golden hello, golden jacket, non-qualified deferred compensation, stock options, director pay, perks and perquisites
  • Retirement plans: Qualified versus non/qualified
  • Defined benefits versus defined contributions
  • Health Care Benefits: HMO versus PPO

Module 8 – Learning Development and Performance Management

  • The strategic objectives of organizational development (OD)
  • The ADDIE Model
  • Kirkpatrick’s Four Levels of Evaluation
  • Principles of Andragogy
  • Principles of Learning: Transfer of training, on-the job training methods, off the job training methods
  • Succession Planning benefits
  • Succession Planning Steps
  • Succession Planning tools
  • Development of Internal Talent
  • Challenges with developing professionals

Module 9 – Risk Management and OSHA

  • Employers’ obligations under OSHA
  • Required OSHA Forms
  • Employees’ rights and responsibilities with OSHA
  • OSHA’s safety inspections
  • OSHA’s safety inspections’ priorities
  • Levels of OSHA violations
  • Best OSHA’s Standards: Hazard Communication, Safety Data Sheets, Lock-out/Tag-out, Bloodborne Pathogens, Occupational Noise Exposure, Personal Protective Equipment
  • Risk Management Process

Module 10 – Mental Health in the Workplace and Corporate Wellness Programs

  • Understanding why mental health is important in the workplace
  • The most common mental health issues in the workplace
  • Understanding signs and symptoms of mental illness
  • Supporting employees with:
  • Stress/burnout
  • Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  • Autism Disorder
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
  • Dermatillomania/Trichotillomania
  • Personality Disorder
  • Panic Disorders
  • Somatoform Disorders
  • Phobias
  • Mood Disorders
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
  • Schizophrenia
  • Sleep Disorder
  • Eating Disorder
  • Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)
  • Substance Abuse
  • Alcoholism
  • Providing resources: Employee Assistance Programs
  • Dealing with the Mental Health stigma
  • The Importance of Employee Well-being
  • Types of Health and Wellness Programs
  • Planning and Implementing the Strategy
  • Creating a Culture of Wellness

6-Month Evening Online HR Master Program

$6,99500
  • What’s Included:
  • 6 Months of Live Instructor-Led Training by Elga Lejarza, aPHR, PHR, SHRM-CP, PHR, SHRM-SCP, GPHR
  • HRCI – 72 HR (General) Credits
  • SHRM – 72 PDC’s
  • Certificate upon Successful Completion
  • Hardcopy of the presentation & training materials

Upcoming Training Dates

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2-Day Unlocking the Psychological Secrets of Top Achievers Certificate Program: Mastering the Mindset
2-Day HR Manager Certificate Programs
SHRM Recertification Provider and HRCI Approved Provider

Instructor: Elga Lejarza, aPHR, PHR, SHRM-CP, SPHR, GPHR, SHRM-SCP

Continuing Education Credits:

    • HRCI – 14 HR(General) Credits
    • SHRM – 14 PDC’s

Schedule: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM Eastern Time on Both Days (Detailed Agenda Below)

Program Overview

Have you ever contemplated the cognitive mechanisms and mental processes that drive certain individuals to consistently achieve their dreams and goals, demonstrating an unwavering commitment to reach their objectives? This comprehensive course on the Psychology of Top Achiever Mindsets aims to provide participants with a holistic understanding of the psychological factors that contribute to high performance and success.

Attending this certificate program on the psychology of high achievers’ mindset promises to be a transformative experience, as it is designed to cultivate a deep understanding of the psychological traits and habits that contribute to success. Participating in this certificate program focused on the psychology of a high achiever’s mindset offers individuals a unique opportunity to gain insights into the thought processes and behaviors that contribute to exceptional success. One of the key benefits is the cultivation of a growth mindset, which emphasizes the belief that abilities and intelligence can be developed through dedication and hard work. By understanding the principles behind this mindset, participants can learn to embrace challenges, persist in the face of setbacks, and view effort as a path to mastery. This shift in perspective can lead to increased resilience and a willingness to take on ambitious goals.

Moreover, this certificate program often delves into the science of motivation, exploring the psychological factors that drive high achievers to set and pursue challenging objectives. Participants can gain a deeper understanding of intrinsic and extrinsic motivators, enabling them to align their goals with their values and passions. This self-awareness fosters a stronger sense of purpose and commitment, enhancing individuals’ ability to stay focused and driven even when faced with obstacles.

In addition, these programs typically incorporate strategies for optimizing goal setting, productivity, time management, and stress resilience. Attendees learn how to break down long-term objectives into manageable tasks, prioritize activities, and create a roadmap for success. This practical guidance helps individuals develop the discipline and organizational skills necessary for sustained high performance, whether in academics, career pursuits, or personal development.

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Topics Covered

Day 1:

    • Definition and characteristics of top achievers
    • The Psychology of high achievers
    • Exploration of historical and contemporary examples of high achievers
    • Discussion on the importance of mindset in achieving success
    • Exploring the mindset and habits of high achievers for powerful change
    • Growth mindset and study habits
    • What is the mentality of a high achiever (how do they think)?
    • What are some important traits of high achievers?
    • Understanding the concepts of growth mindset and fixed mindset
    • How do you develop an achiever mindset and become a high achiever?
    • Things high achievers do differently
    • Identifying and challenging limiting beliefs
    • Techniques to cultivate a growth mindset
    • Case studies on individuals who transformed their mindset for success
    • The four mindsets that separate high achievers from mediocre.
    • Understanding the concepts of growth mindset and fixed mindset
    • Identifying and challenging limiting beliefs
    • Techniques to cultivate a growth mindset
    • Case studies on individuals who transformed their mindset for success
    • Things high achievers do to attain greatness
    • Discover the powerful habits of high achievers
    • How to think like a high achiever
    • How high achievers plan their day
    • Managing high achievers
    • Why a growth mindset is key to organizational agility
    • Famous people with a growth mindset
    • Motivational theories
    • Abraham Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
    • Expectancy Theory
    • Equity Theory
    • Attribution Theory
    • Incentive Theory
    • Self-Determination Theory
    • Competency Theory
    • Motivational theories
    • Abraham Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
    • Expectancy Theory
    • Equity Theory
    • Attribution Theory
    • Incentive Theory
    • Self-Determination Theory
    • Competency Theory
    • Embracing failure as a stepping-stone to success
    • Building resilience and bouncing back from setbacks
    • Analyzing famous failures and comebacks
    • Ethics and high achievers
    • Practical exercises to enhance resilience in the face of challenges

Day 2:

    • Time management of top achievers
    • Time management principles of top achievers
    • How do high achievers use their time
    • Using the 2 Second Rule to Save 2 Hours that high achievers use
    • How do high achievers plan their day
    • Techniques for prioritization and effective task management
    • Avoiding procrastination and enhancing productivity
    • Creating a personalized time management plan
    • Understanding emotional intelligence and its impact on success
    • Developing self-awareness and empathy
    • Effective communication and relationship-building skills
    • Case studies on leaders with high emotional intelligence
    • Introduction to mindfulness and its benefits
    • Mental health problems faced by high achievers
    • How high achievers avoid burnout
    • Techniques for stress management and maintaining focus
    • Integrating mindfulness practices into daily routines
    • Mindfulness-based stress reduction exercises
    • The importance of continuous learning for sustained success
    • Developing a growth-oriented mindset towards knowledge
    • The difference between a high performer and a high achiever
    • The difference between a high performer and a high potential
    • Adapting to change and embracing innovation
    • Creating a personal learning and development plan
    • Can you become a high achiever?
    • The significance of networking in achieving success
    • Strategies for building and maintaining professional relationships
    • Leveraging social networks for career advancement
    • Interactive networking exercises
    • Building a strong personal brand for success
    • Techniques to enhance self-confidence and assertiveness
    • Overcoming imposter syndrome
    • Crafting and presenting a personal elevator pitch

Learning Outcomes

By the end of our 2-Day Mastering the Mindset: Unlocking the Psychological Secrets of Top Achievers Certificate Program participants will be able to:

    1. Understand the Psychological Traits of Top Achievers: Gain an in-depth understanding of the defining characteristics and mindset of high achievers, exploring both historical and contemporary examples.
    1. Develop a Growth Mindset: Learn the fundamental differences between a growth mindset and a fixed mindset, and acquire techniques to develop and nurture a growth-oriented mentality.
    1. Identify and Transform Limiting Beliefs: Recognize personal limiting beliefs that hinder success and learn strategies to challenge and change these beliefs for personal and professional growth.
    1. Adopt High Achiever Habits and Thinking Patterns: Discover and integrate the habits, thought processes, and daily routines of top achievers to enhance personal effectiveness and success.
    1. Apply Motivational Theories to Personal Goals: Understand various motivational theories, including Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, Expectancy Theory, and others, and learn how to apply them to set and achieve personal and professional objectives.
    1. Build Resilience and Overcome Failure: Learn how to embrace failure as a learning opportunity, develop resilience, and effectively bounce back from setbacks.
    1. Master Time Management and Productivity Techniques: Acquire advanced time management skills and productivity techniques used by high achievers, including prioritization, avoiding procrastination, and creating effective personal time management plans.
    1. Enhance Emotional Intelligence and Interpersonal Skills: Develop emotional intelligence competencies such as self-awareness and empathy and improve communication and relationship-building skills.
    1. Implement Mindfulness and Stress Management Practices: Explore the benefits of mindfulness, understand the mental health challenges faced by high achievers, and learn practical stress management techniques to maintain focus and avoid burnout.
    1. Cultivate Continuous Learning and Adaptability: Emphasize the importance of ongoing learning and adaptability in sustaining success and create a personal plan for continuous development and adaptation to change.
    1. Strengthen Networking and Relationship-Building: Understand the role of networking in career advancement and develop strategies for building and maintaining strong professional relationships.
    1. Develop a Strong Personal Brand and Confidence: Learn techniques to build a strong personal brand, enhance self-confidence and assertiveness, and effectively deal with imposter syndrome.
    1. Action Planning and Practical Application: Formulate an action plan to apply the principles and strategies learned in the course to real-life scenarios, aiming for personal and professional transformation into a high achiever.

These objectives are designed to provide participants with a comprehensive understanding and practical skills to emulate the mindset and habits of top achievers, facilitating their journey toward personal and professional excellence.

Why Attend This Training Program

    • Understand the Success Mindset
    • Develop a Growth Mindset
    • Enhance Personal and Professional Growth
    • Learn from Real-Life Examples
    • Improve Goal Setting and Achievement
    • Boost Resilience and Overcome Challenges
    • Enhance Time Management and Productivity
    • Develop Emotional Intelligence
    • Networking Opportunities
    • Actionable Strategies for Implementation
    • Receive a certificate of completion upon successful program completion

This training is not just about acquiring knowledge; it’s about transforming your approach to your goals, challenges, and personal growth journey.

Program Features

    • Customized content
    • High achiever mindset guest speaker
    • Comprehensive coverage of DNA of high achievers
    • Motivation theories
    • Time management and high achievers
    • Pre- and post-test to assess learning outcomes and measure program effectiveness
    • Opportunity for Q&A and networking with peers
    • Certificate of completion upon successful program completion

Target Audience

    • Business Professionals: Corporate executives, managers, and team leaders seeking to enhance their leadership skills and drive high performance within their teams.
    • Entrepreneurs and Business Owners: Individuals who manage their businesses and are looking to develop the mindset and habits necessary for success and resilience in competitive markets.
    • Career-focused Individuals: People at any stage of their career who are aiming to climb the corporate ladder, achieve professional goals, or transition into new roles or industries.
    • Students and Recent Graduates: Young adults and students who are preparing to enter the workforce and want to develop a success-oriented mindset from the onset of their careers.
    • Educators and Coaches: Teachers, trainers, and coaches interested in understanding the psychology of high achievers to better guide and mentor their students or clients.
    • Human Resource Professionals: HR personnel looking to understand the traits of high achievers for talent identification, recruitment, and development within organizations.
    • Mental Health and Wellness Practitioners: Psychologists, therapists, and wellness coaches seeking deeper insights into the mindset of high achievers to support their clients’ growth and mental health.
    • Creative Professionals: Artists, writers, and creatives looking to overcome creative blocks and achieve sustained success in their fields.
    • Athletes and Sports Professionals: Individuals in the sports industry aiming to cultivate a high-achiever mentality for improved performance and resilience.
    • Personal Development Enthusiasts: Anyone with a keen interest in personal growth, self-improvement, and the psychology behind successful individuals.

This training is suitable for anyone interested in understanding and emulating the traits, mindset, and habits of high achievers, regardless of their current professional or personal status.

Agenda

Day 1:

10:00 AM – 11:00 AM: Introduction and Overview

    • Welcome and Introductions
    • Course Overview: Objectives and Expectations
    • Icebreaker Activity

11:00 AM – 12:00 PM: Understanding High Achievers

    • Definition and Characteristics of Top Achievers
    • The Psychology of High Achievers
    • Exploring Mindsets: Growth vs. Fixed

12:00 PM – 12:15 PM: Coffee Break

12:15 PM – 1:15 PM: Mindsets and Success

    • The Importance of Mindset in Achieving Success
    • Exploring Historical and Contemporary Examples of High Achievers
    • Discussion: What Separates High Achievers from the Rest?

1:15 PM – 2:15 PM: Traits and Habits of High Achievers

    • Identifying Key Traits of High Achievers
    • The Daily Habits and Thinking Patterns of High Achievers
    • Case Studies: Transformational Mindset Shifts

2:15 PM – 2:45 PM: Lunch Break

2:45 PM – 3:45 PM: Cultivating the Achiever’s Mindset

    • Strategies to Develop an Achiever Mindset
    • Overcoming Limiting Beliefs
    • Practical Exercises: Adopting Growth Mindset Techniques

3:45 PM – 4:45 PM: Motivation and Resilience

    • Overview of Motivational Theories and Their Application
    • Embracing Failure and Building Resilience
    • Analyzing Famous Failures and Comebacks

4:45 PM – 5:00 PM: Coffee Break

5:00 PM – 5:30 PM: High Achievers in Action

    • How High Achievers Plan Their Day and Manage Tasks
    • Techniques for Prioritization and Productivity
    • Managing and Supporting High Achievers in Teams

5:30 PM – 6:00 PM: Integration and Action Planning

    • Recap and Key Takeaways
    • Developing Personal Action Plans
    • Q&A Session and Closing Remarks

Day 2:

10:00 AM – 10:15 AM: Welcome and review

    • Review prior day “Wow” moments

10:15 AM – 11:15 AM: Mastering Time Management

    • Time Management Principles of Top Achievers
    • Techniques High Achievers Use to Plan Their Day
    • The 2 Second Rule to Save Time

11:15 AM – 12:15 PM: Prioritization and Productivity

    • Effective Task Management Strategies
    • Avoiding Procrastination and Enhancing Productivity
    • Interactive Exercise: Personal Time Management Plan

12:15 PM – 12:30 PM: Coffee Break

12:30 PM – 1:30 PM: Emotional Intelligence in Leadership

    • Understanding Emotional Intelligence and Its Impact on Success
    • Developing Self-Awareness and Empathy
    • Case Studies: Leaders with High Emotional Intelligence

1:30 PM – 2:15 PM: Mindfulness and Mental Wellness

    • Introduction to Mindfulness and Its Benefits
    • Addressing Mental Health Challenges of High Achievers
    • Practical Session: Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Exercises

2:15 PM – 2:45 PM: Lunch Break

2:45 PM – 3:45 PM: Continuous Learning and Adaptability

    • Embracing Continuous Learning for Sustained Success
    • The Difference Between High Performers and High Potentials
    • Crafting a Personal Learning and Development Plan

3:45 PM – 4:45 PM: Networking and Personal Branding

    • The Importance of Networking for Career Advancement
    • Building and Maintaining Professional Relationships
    • Creating and Enhancing a Strong Personal Brand

4:45 PM – 5:00 PM: Coffee Break

5:00 PM – 5:45 PM: Building Confidence and Assertiveness

    • Techniques to Enhance Self-Confidence and Assertiveness
    • Overcoming Imposter Syndrome
    • Workshop: Crafting a Personal Elevator Pitch

5:45 PM – 6:00 PM: Wrap-Up and Action Planning

    • Recap of Key Takeaways
    • Developing Action Plans for Personal Growth
    • Closing Remarks and Feedback Session
    • Post Test

Instructor Bio

Elga Lejarza, a seasoned HR professional with a remarkable journey of 29 years, has been driven by an entrepreneurial spirit since childhood. Her passion for business, inherited from her father, blossomed early, and she knew by the age of 10 that entrepreneurship was her destined path.

As the CEO and owner of two thriving online HR training programs, Elga has demonstrated an unwavering commitment to excellence in the field of human resources. Her journey began in Nicaragua, Central America, but in 1979, due to political unrest in her homeland, she relocated to the United States. This significant move marked the beginning of an enriching life journey, taking her from the vibrant city of Miami, Florida, to the sunny shores of Southern California, then to Wentzville, Missouri, and eventually settling in Simpsonville, South Carolina.

Elga’s work ethic is unparalleled, and she proudly embraces her ‘addiction’ to work. This drive, coupled with her deep-seated passion for human resources, has been the cornerstone of her successful career. Her experience and expertise not only reflect her professional acumen but also her dedication to shaping and influencing the HR landscape.

2-Day HR Manager Certificate Program

$1,39500
  • What’s Included:
  • 2 Days of Live Instructor-Led Training by Elga Lejarza, aPHR, PHR, SHRM-CP, PHR, SHRM-SCP, GPHR
  • HRCI – 14 HR (General) Credits
  • SHRM – 14 PDC’s
  • Certificate upon Successful Completion
  • Hardcopy of the presentation & training materials

Upcoming Training Dates

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