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Human Resources Management Essentials

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9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
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    • March 14, 15, 27, 28, 2024
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Émilie Mazet
Émilie Mazet
Program Manager

Regardless of your sector of activity and your hierarchical level, when you lead a work team, achieving your objectives depends on your employees. This is why being fundamentally comfortable in your role as manager is a major asset. This intensive training gives you the tools that will allow you to effectively deal with eight essential concerns in personnel management. Even more, it directs you to the essential knowledge to master and shows you the common mistakes not to make. Become more effective in your role through effective management of your employees.

The successful completion of this program entitles you to a digital certificate. These credentials are trusted, secure, verifiable, and sustainable.

GOALS

  • Optimize employee performance by mastering key people management skills.
  • Stepfully into your role and responsibilities as a people manager.
  • Be receptive to advice from HR professionals and know how to put it into practice.
  • Become familiar with and avoid common misconceptions around human resources management.
  • Develop a toolbox you can deploy in current and future challenging situations.

IS THIS FOR YOU?

  • Professionals.
  • Professionals working in a supervisory capacity.
  • Aspiring managers.
  • Managers.

This program is for you if:

  • You are looking to expand your career horizons and step into a position in which the management of human resources plays an important part.
  • You are facing major staff-related challenges that you would like to resolve in order to achieve your business goals.
  • You want to improve your people management skills.

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • An intensive four-day program split into two two-day sessions.
  • A program developed based on discussions between the instructors and over 50 managers to identify the eight most important and unavoidable human resources management concerns.
  • All instructors are HEC Montréal professors.
  • A handbook developed specifically for this program by the instructors, which will be an invaluable reference in applying your newfound knowledge.

DAY 1 – MORNING

PROTECTING YOURSELF FROM LEGAL WOES

Urwana Coiquaud

  • How do you prevent harassment-related suits?
  • What are the applicable legal requirements?
  • How do you manage diversity?
  • What situations do you need to pay particular attention to?

DAY 1 – AFTERNOON

AVOIDING HIRING ERRORS

Patrick Dubé

  • What questions should you ask (and not ask) in an interview?
  • How should you evaluate interviewees’ answers?
  • What tests can you use to evaluate candidates’ potential?
  • How can you onboard a new employee in a way that accelerates their learning?

DAY 2 – MORNING

DEVELOPING YOUR TEAM MEMBER'S TALENT

Charles Baribeault

  • Why does achieving your objectives depend on the skill level of your team members?
  • Who should receive training?
  • How can you determine which priorities to embrace when budgets or resources are limited?
  • How can you ensure that your employees get the training they need?
  • How can you optimally transfer acquired knowledge to the workplace?
  • What impact does this  have on the performance of your staff, department and organization?

DAY 2 – AFTERNOON

COMPENSATING EMPLOYEES EQUITABLY

Charles Baribeault

  • What is the impact of equitable remuneration?
  • What are the most effective ways to recognize employees’ contributions?
  • What salary information should you communicate to your employees?
  • How should you distribute performance bonuses to your employees?

DAY 3 – MORNING

MANAGING DIFFICULT EMPLOYEES

Urwana Coiquaud

  • How do you distinguish between a difficult employee and an employee experiencing difficulties?
  • What is your role in such situations? What is the role of the employee concerned?
  • What are appropriate disciplinary measures?
  • What are the steps involved in disciplining an employee?

DAY 3 – AFTERNOON

OPTIMIZING YOUR EMPLOYEES' PERFORMANCE

Olivier Doucet

  • How can you set clear expectations that motivate your staff?
  • How and when should you give positive feedback?
  • What are the hallmarks of a good performance evaluation?
  • How do you follow up on a performance evaluation?
  • What are the best ways to express dissatisfaction with an employee’s performance in specific situations and during the evaluation process?

DAY 4 – MORNING

RESOLVING CONFLICTS AT WORK

Patrick Dubé

  • Are conflicts unavoidable?
  • What is your responsibility in the event of a conflict?
  • How do you determine whether a situation qualifies as a conflict?
  • How do you choose a conflict resolution strategy?
  • How do you prevent and resolve conflicts?

DAY 4 – AFTERNOON

BECOME AN ENGAGING LEADER

Richard Blain

  • Why is a good work environment essential to achieving your goals?
  • How do you create a healthy work environment?
  • How can you motivate your team?
  • What are the best ways to get teams back on track after unsatisfactory results? 

TEACHING APPROACH

  • Dynamic and interactive approach.
  • Constant anchoring in practice.
  • Scenarios.
  • Business cases.
  • Sharing of experiences between participants.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

The book Ready, set, manage!, written by a team of professors from HEC Montréal, will be offered free of charge to participants.

COORDINATOR AND INSTRUCTOR:

Patrick Dubé

M. Sc. (ressources humaines), CRHA

Full-Time Lecturer, HEC Montréal

INSTRUCTORS:

Charles Baribeault

MBA, CHRP

Full-Time Lecturer, HEC Montréal

Richard Blain

CHRP, MBA

Full-Time Lecturer, HEC Montréal

Urwana Coiquaud

Doctorat en droit, Ph. D. (relations industrielles)

Associate Professor, HEC Montréal

Olivier Doucet

MBA, PhD (Human Resources Management)

Associate Professor, HEC Montréal

On-site

Human Resources Management Essentials

Regardless of your sector of activity and your hierarchical level, when you lead a work team, achieving your objectives depends on your employees. This is why being fundamentally comfortable in your role as manager is a major asset. This intensive training gives you the tools that will allow you to effectively deal with eight essential concerns in personnel management. Even more, it directs you to the essential knowledge to master and shows you the common mistakes not to make. Become more effective in your role through effective management of your employees.

The successful completion of this program entitles you to a digital certificate. These credentials are trusted, secure, verifiable, and sustainable.

Presentation Program Instructors

GOALS

  • Optimize employee performance by mastering key people management skills.
  • Stepfully into your role and responsibilities as a people manager.
  • Be receptive to advice from HR professionals and know how to put it into practice.
  • Become familiar with and avoid common misconceptions around human resources management.
  • Develop a toolbox you can deploy in current and future challenging situations.

IS THIS FOR YOU?

  • Professionals.
  • Professionals working in a supervisory capacity.
  • Aspiring managers.
  • Managers.

This program is for you if:

  • You are looking to expand your career horizons and step into a position in which the management of human resources plays an important part.
  • You are facing major staff-related challenges that you would like to resolve in order to achieve your business goals.
  • You want to improve your people management skills.

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • An intensive four-day program split into two two-day sessions.
  • A program developed based on discussions between the instructors and over 50 managers to identify the eight most important and unavoidable human resources management concerns.
  • All instructors are HEC Montréal professors.
  • A handbook developed specifically for this program by the instructors, which will be an invaluable reference in applying your newfound knowledge.

DAY 1 – MORNING

PROTECTING YOURSELF FROM LEGAL WOES

Urwana Coiquaud

  • How do you prevent harassment-related suits?
  • What are the applicable legal requirements?
  • How do you manage diversity?
  • What situations do you need to pay particular attention to?

DAY 1 – AFTERNOON

AVOIDING HIRING ERRORS

Patrick Dubé

  • What questions should you ask (and not ask) in an interview?
  • How should you evaluate interviewees’ answers?
  • What tests can you use to evaluate candidates’ potential?
  • How can you onboard a new employee in a way that accelerates their learning?

DAY 2 – MORNING

DEVELOPING YOUR TEAM MEMBER'S TALENT

Charles Baribeault

  • Why does achieving your objectives depend on the skill level of your team members?
  • Who should receive training?
  • How can you determine which priorities to embrace when budgets or resources are limited?
  • How can you ensure that your employees get the training they need?
  • How can you optimally transfer acquired knowledge to the workplace?
  • What impact does this  have on the performance of your staff, department and organization?

DAY 2 – AFTERNOON

COMPENSATING EMPLOYEES EQUITABLY

Charles Baribeault

  • What is the impact of equitable remuneration?
  • What are the most effective ways to recognize employees’ contributions?
  • What salary information should you communicate to your employees?
  • How should you distribute performance bonuses to your employees?

DAY 3 – MORNING

MANAGING DIFFICULT EMPLOYEES

Urwana Coiquaud

  • How do you distinguish between a difficult employee and an employee experiencing difficulties?
  • What is your role in such situations? What is the role of the employee concerned?
  • What are appropriate disciplinary measures?
  • What are the steps involved in disciplining an employee?

DAY 3 – AFTERNOON

OPTIMIZING YOUR EMPLOYEES' PERFORMANCE

Olivier Doucet

  • How can you set clear expectations that motivate your staff?
  • How and when should you give positive feedback?
  • What are the hallmarks of a good performance evaluation?
  • How do you follow up on a performance evaluation?
  • What are the best ways to express dissatisfaction with an employee’s performance in specific situations and during the evaluation process?

DAY 4 – MORNING

RESOLVING CONFLICTS AT WORK

Patrick Dubé

  • Are conflicts unavoidable?
  • What is your responsibility in the event of a conflict?
  • How do you determine whether a situation qualifies as a conflict?
  • How do you choose a conflict resolution strategy?
  • How do you prevent and resolve conflicts?

DAY 4 – AFTERNOON

BECOME AN ENGAGING LEADER

Richard Blain

  • Why is a good work environment essential to achieving your goals?
  • How do you create a healthy work environment?
  • How can you motivate your team?
  • What are the best ways to get teams back on track after unsatisfactory results? 

TEACHING APPROACH

  • Dynamic and interactive approach.
  • Constant anchoring in practice.
  • Scenarios.
  • Business cases.
  • Sharing of experiences between participants.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

The book Ready, set, manage!, written by a team of professors from HEC Montréal, will be offered free of charge to participants.

COORDINATOR AND INSTRUCTOR:

Patrick Dubé

M. Sc. (ressources humaines), CRHA

Full-Time Lecturer, HEC Montréal

INSTRUCTORS:

Charles Baribeault

MBA, CHRP

Full-Time Lecturer, HEC Montréal

Richard Blain

CHRP, MBA

Full-Time Lecturer, HEC Montréal

Urwana Coiquaud

Doctorat en droit, Ph. D. (relations industrielles)

Associate Professor, HEC Montréal

Olivier Doucet

MBA, PhD (Human Resources Management)

Associate Professor, HEC Montréal

TESTIMONIAL(S)

“This seminar is excellent for me because we can see all of the main HR topics all brought together in one seminar. The teachers are all excellent and communicate information with passion. I leave better equipped and my head full of projects. »

- Julie Piché, supervisor, GPL assurance inc.

“Good overview of best practices in HR and well adapted to the business context. »

- Jean-Pierre Sirard, President and CEO, APCHQ

“This training allows me to consolidate my knowledge and gives me a structure to help develop my businesses. »

- Stéphanie Laprise, director, Yamaska ​​Assessment and Rehabilitation Clinic
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