Can HR management lead the transformation toward sustainability? During this Master Class, you will detect global trends in labor and human rights and you will learn all about the competencies and skills needed to remain employable. You will also learn how to prepare for the future of work and how to identify competencies of sustainability leaders.
This Master Class consists of four half-day online sessions: (1) The Broader HR Perspective, (2) Future of Work and Sustainable Careers, (3) Sustainable HRM, and (4) Sustainable Leadership.
in sustainable leadership & HR
You will have a team of professors who are true pioneers in sustainable leadership & HR, and have years of experience. Research is combined with hands-on business applications.
This course is part of our Mastering Sustainable Transformation Track: five unique Master Classes, each covering a specific sustainability topic.
Ensure human sustainability at the workplace
Corporate sustainability performance is directly correlated to a strong company culture. Anno 2022, the role of HRM in ensuring human sustainability at the workplace, as part of sustainable transformation, has become increasingly important. Successful sustainable company cultures employ HR teams responsible for training, leadership succession and performance court.
The COVID-19 pandemic has confronted us with the challenge of redefining the role of business-as-usual. We need to amplify corporate purpose through demonstrating dynamic leadership, managing complexity and acting for the common good. The role of HRM and leadership in contributing to organizational sustainability is key to an overall societal sustainable development.
What makes this course (which is a part of the master class 'Mastering Sustainable Transformation') so unique is that it finds its origin in our 'Chair on Sustainable Transformation'. This Chair supports AMS’ long-standing commitment to prepare future leaders to face global challenges and to be a positive force for change through business.
• be able to detect global trends in labor and human rights; • understand which competencies and skills are needed to be employable in the future; • be aware of the implications of demographic shifts; • know how you can prepare for the future of work; • recognize competencies of sustainability leaders; • be able to develop sustainable leadership.
Discover our Research in Sustainable Transformation
The Chair in Sustainable Transformation supports AMS’ long-standing commitment to prepare future leaders to face global challenges and to be a positive force for change through business. This chair in Sustainable Transformation supports this commitment through research, co-creation and development.