How does strategic HRM fit in with the corporate strategy? How does HRM play into global trends? How do we evolve from personnel management to sustainable HRM? ‘Managing human resources’ is about the role of HR professionals as problem solvers.
Challenge 2: managing competence & talent
How do we combine the perspectives of both the organization and the employees in terms of key competencies and available talent? How do we support employees in their career path and how can we facilitate a flexible career mobility and follow-up? How can we be an attractive employer and retain employees for as long as both parties find it relevant?
Challenge 3: managing performance
How can HRM contribute to the organization’s performance? Which are the typical HR key indicators? What are metrics and analytics? How can we work evidence based with HRM? How does innovation contribute to the improvement of HR performance? Should we still use performance reviews and evaluations, or should we just do away with them?
Challenge 4: coaching
Who am I, what can I do, what do I want? What personal development do I want to achieve in the course of this year? Development of conversational skills, reflection on personal growth, and development of skills for optimum teamwork.
Challenge 5: leading change
What is the role of the HR professional in realizing change? How are leadership and change connected? How do we set up leadership development?
What are good working conditions? What can an innovative labor organization bring about? How can we guarantee an adequate remuneration and reward system, what new systems have a proven track record? How can we develop social dialogue in both a classic and innovative way?