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Veranstaltungsdetails

TERMINE

Human Ressource Management


07.04.17 13:30 Uhr bis 16:45 Uhr
Hochschule Merseburg, Hauptgebäude E/0/10

Knowledge

Participants know and understand:

  • basic theories relevant to the fi eld of Human Resource Management and leadership
  • common HR problems and practical HR applications and concepts used in organizations of all sizes; current and future challenges to HRM

Skills

They acquire the skills:

  • to understand and critically refl ect basic HR knowledge and to deepen it independently
  • to analyze and defi ne the role of HR management and line managers in typical organizational situations, find practical solutions and justify as well as implement them
  • to expediently communicate with others and reach goals together
  • to autonomously search for material, critically analyze texts and achieve reasonable results

I. HR Administration/HR metrics/Labor Relations

  • Administration (e.g. personnel fi les, payroll services, HRIS, applicant ma- nagement, HR reporting)
  • Measuring HR (e.g. HR fi gures, cost planning, risk controlling)
  • Collaboration with the works council and labor unions

II. Basics of Organization

  • Theoretical aspects of organizing
  • Design and documentation of organizational structures and processes
  • Centralization, Outsourcing, Off shoring

III. Work Task and Performance Management

  • Assignments, delegation and 'management by objectives'
  • Working time models and workplace design/workplace resources
  • Feedback systems and performance appraisals

IV. Motivation and Compensation

  • Motivation theory and rewards systems
  • Compensation and benefi ts (e.g. pension plans)

V. Collaboration in Teams

  • Coordinative communication in teams
  • Cooperation, conflict management and team development

VI. Health and Change

  • Health Management; stress reduction
  • Work-life balance and family support
  • Change management

VII. Basics of Human Resource Management and Leadership

  • Roles, tasks and value contribution of HRM; history
  • Leadership theories and leadership styles
  • Leadership tasks and instruments
  • HR structures (e.g. business partner, model; HR shared services, HR outsourcing)
  • Strategic Human Resource Management

VIII. Culture and Diversity

  • Corporate culture
  • Diversity management, demographics
  • Rule compliance

IX. Recruitment and Marketing

  • Needs planning and HR marketing;
  • Target group approach and relationship management
  • 'Talent management'

X. Selection and Onboarding

  • Principles and instruments of personnel selection (e.g. job interviews, appli-cation documents, assessment centers)
  • Hiring (contract negotiation and draft; onboarding)

XI. Separation and Retention

  • Personnel reduction and individual separation; support measures (e.g. 'Transfergesellschaften'; 'outplacement')
  • Employee retention

XII. Personnel Development and Organizational Development

  • Qualification needs analysis and evaluation
  • Internal/external training

Target Group: Incoming and outgoing students from Hochschule Merseburg and external interested persons.

University Teacher: Prof. Dr. Boris Kaehler, Professur für Allgemeine BWL, Organisations- und Personalpsychologie, Hochschule Merseburg

Duration: 15 weeks

Date: 07.04.2017 (weekly) friday, 13:30 p.m. - 16:45 p.m.

Workload: 150 h (contact time 60h, self study 90h)

Credits: 5

Place: main building Hg E/0/10

Costs: 1.000 € for external participants

Online registrations are possible via the following link: https://www.hs-merseburg.de/weiterbildung/anmeldung

Communicating, Negotiating and Presenting in English


07.04.17 09:15 Uhr bis 12:30 Uhr
Hochschule Merseburg, Hauptgebäude E/0/16

Knowledge

Participants know and understand:

  • how to communicate in English
  • how to hold English business presentations
  • how to negotiate in English - in theory and in practice

Skills

They acquire the skills:

  • to plan, prepare and carry out eff ective presentations in English and communicate professionally in an international corporate environment
  • to evaluate their own communication skills
  • to give constructive feedback on others' performance;
  • to negotiate successfully without damaging relationships

I. Presentation Skills

  • Presentation basics and philosophy
  • Story crafting
  • Slide design and use of presentation technology
  • Use and design of other visual aids and handouts
  • Strategies for presenting in English

II. Business Communication

  • Forms of communication
  • Communication models: sender-receiver; the four sides of a message
  • Communication techniques: active listening; feedback procedures
  • Trust and conflict
  • introduction to internal and external corporate communication strategies

III. Negotiation

  • Basic principles, strategies and tactics of negotiation
  • Practical examples and guidelines for business negotiation

Target Group: Incoming and Outgoing Students from Hochschule Merseburg and external interested Persons.

University Teacher: Prof. Dr. Boris Kaehler, Professur für Allgemeine BWL, Organisations- und Personalpsychologie, Hochschule Merseburg

Duration: 15 weeks

Date: 07.04.2017 (weekly) friday, 09:15 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Workload: 150 h (contact time 60h, self study 90h)

Credits: 5

Place: main building Hg E/0/16

Costs: 1.000 € for external participants

 

Online registrations are possible via the following link:https://www.hs-merseburg.de/weiterbildung/anmeldung

Einführung in MS Project (für Mitarbeitende der Hochschule Merseburg)


07.04.17 09:00 Uhr bis 12:00 Uhr
Hauptgebäude A/-1/15

Microsoft Project bietet effiziente Projektmanagement-Werkzeuge, die Zugriff auf aktuelle Informationen ermöglichen sowie Projektarbeit, Zeitpläne und Finanzen zu steuern und die Zusammenarbeit der Projektteams zu verbessern.

Der entscheidende Vorteil von professionellem Projektmanagement ist es, zu jeder Zeit steuernd in den Projektablauf eingreifen zu können, ohne die Gesamtstruktur, den Ablauf, die Terminierung, Ressourcen und Kosten komplett neu zu fixieren.

Diese Weiterbildung soll den Teilnehmenden einen ersten Überblick über die Funktionalität und die vielfältigen Nutzungsmöglichkeiten dieser Software verschaffen.

Zielgruppe: Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeiter der Hochschule Merseburg

Dozent: Dipl.-Ing. Marco Götze (Lehrkraft für besondere Aufgaben, Fachbereich INW)

Termin: 07. April 2017, 09.00 - 12.00 Uhr

Ort: Hauptgebäude A/-1/15 (PC-Pool)

 

Die Teilnahme ist für Lehrende und Mitarbeitende der Hochschule Merseburg kostenfrei.  

Anmeldung bitte über das Online-Formular der HoMe-Akademie oder per E-Mail unter Weiterbildung(at)hs-merseburg.de  (Weiterbildung und Personaltransfer, Anja Bergner)