- Chris Cutter, CEO, LifeDojo
With employee wellbeing programs, it can be tempting to focus on the hard ROI of your investment. It’s only natural—stakeholders want to know what’s happening with the money that’s being spent....
HCI's newest course, LDSS, provides HR professionals with a new approach to the identification, preparation, and deployment of talent for critical roles. Participants will explore HCI’s seven-step model for leadership readiness and walk away with the tools and resources necessary to enable practical and sustainable application in the workplace.
The Analytics for Talent Management course will target early to mid-career HR practitioners and senior HR leaders that need to build and/or enhance their knowledge of data and analytics for talent management. Individuals tasked with running analytics projects and initiatives within HR, such as employee engagement, workforce planning, and talent acquisition, as well as those that lead teams of statisticians and analysts, will also find the course helpful.
- Paul Rubenstein, Vice President of Advisory Services, Visier
With mounting pressures to link HR investments to business outcomes, the datafication of HR via people analytics has become a top priority for many HR organizations today....
Strategic Workforce Planning is the most sought after skill in talent management today and the HCI SWP program offers the first professional certification of its kind in the industry.
HCI’s new certification, Performance Management Innovation (PMI), is designed for the new world of work. It emphasizes critical outcomes like feedback, coaching, goal setting and manager and employee relationships. It is more collaborative, social and faster moving.