When you get to the end of a project, it can be tempting to overlook a critical final task of the project manager – conducting project close.
This course looks at the importance of having a strategy in place to implement a project. We’ll look at how to organize your workflow and communicate within your team and outward to any stakeholders.
Communication with project stakeholders is a very important part of your job as a project leader. The responsibility for effective communication lies with the person initiating the communication, not the person receiving it.
In project management, it’s important to have a process to ensure you plan, test, and incorporate feedback before releasing the project output. Don’t skip on quality at any stage.
Would you roof a house that wasn’t framed? As with any project, there are steps that need to be managed and completed in the proper order to ensure the completion of any type of project.
You can’t start a project without first having a plan. A project plan is a statement of how and when a project’s objectives are to be achieved, milestones, activities, and resources required on the project.
Learn how to partner with your organization’s Human Resource department so that you can better navigate the everyday HR issues that you may experience in your role as a people manager.
Hiring people costs time and money. Bad hires not only waste time and money, but negatively impacts your team’s success. Learn how to prepare for and conduct effective interviews that will increase your hiring success.
High performing teams don’t just happen, they are built! In this course, you’ll learn techniques to recruit and hire your dream team!
In this course, we explore the meaning behind the SMART acronym, and show you how to create objectives that inspire and motivate.
This course takes a look at the theories behind how people learn, and how you can take that into the real work environment to shape a training culture.
Who are Human Resources? This bite-sized course will explain everything you need to know.
Recruitment is one of the most important aspects of your business because it is defined by its employees. This course will help you find the right people for the right role.
Happy employees are motivated employees. The best managers understand their employees’ wants and needs and work to fulfill them.
This course covers some of the theories of job satisfaction and dissatisfaction to develop strategies to keep employees from leaving the company.
Workplace discrimination is an ongoing problem. As a result, the US ensures employees have a place to file complaints, should they feel discriminated against.
The candidate you are talking to seems nice, but how do you know who is the right person for the job?
This course will cover managing employee performance to help keep staff on track.
This course covers many of the tools you can use to create the type of onboarding program that will set employees up to thrive within your company.
It is important that in onboarding new employees that you understand your organizational culture and how it can affect employees.
This course covers suggested best practices for onboarding new employees and begins the process of integrating them into the company culture.
This course covers the importance of each employee’s first day and making them feel at ease.
This course covers several different employee performance appraisal methods and why a business may choose one over another.
This course helps you plan for the kind of person you want to hire and how to use résumés to determine qualified candidates.