- Summarize ways to tie your HR activities to your organization’s mission.
- Describe how strategic HR planning can best support the organization’s strategic goals.
- Explain the main components of analyzing data to get the full picture of a job.
- Define recruiting.
- Describe an engaged employee.
- Cite the essential components of strategic compensation.
Skill Level Intermediate
- When most people think of human resources, or HR, they think of things like job postings, payroll, personnel files and corporate policies, and other types of administrative duties. If that's what you're thinking, I'm going to change that. I want you to start thinking like a strategic HR professional. That means instead of taking direction from leadership, you're guiding leadership on how to build an effective structure and culture, and how to implement their strategies for the organization. My name is Catherine Mattice, and I have been working in the field of HR for over a decade. This course will provide a variety of tools and ideas you can implement in your organization that will push you out of administrative HR and into strategic HR. I will discuss how to tie HR activities into your organization's vision and mission, and how to forecast organizational needs. I'll review job analysis, recruiting strategy, onboarding, performance management and training. And I'll provide some ideas on driving employee engagement, and building a strategic workplace culture. I'm so excited for you to take this next step in your career in human resources. So let's get started.