Human beings are the most valuable tool for any organization. Earlier HR Processes used to highlight only hiring and firing and recruitment aspects, the entire human approach was missing. The course highlights the importance of human potential and how it can be harnessed to increase efficiency and lead to success. An HR process helps employees understand their workflow and description and can eliminate errors at a macro and micro level. A brilliant tool is designed in the course called the HR Process Effectiveness Tool which empowers management is utilizing human resources optimally. Twenty-one elements are highlighted in the diagram which can aid you in becoming quite the expert at HR processes.
Human beings are the most valuable assets in an organisation. Without human involvement, operational functions such as executing routine transactions, managing cash flows, building customer relationship and meeting stakeholder’s expectations cannot be achieved. Today organisations are continuously re-calibrating themselves to address the evolving challenges in the internal and external environment in the business. In order to optimize organisational success, the right human potential needs to be identified and harnessed.
For over 15 years Dr. Mohammed Bawaji has been an expert and entrepreneur in the field of Human Resources. He is a pioneer in developing transformational HR processes and written several books for corporate and academic use. While he is constantly intrigued by HR and its processes, he has also developed HR specific short online courses and is also a consultant on topics related to career and education. A strategic human resource specialist and career coach, Dr.Bawaji serves as a recruitment advisor to many Fortune 500 companies.
The Economic Times has nominated him for the coveted title ‘Leader for Tomorrow” for three consecutive years (2010-2012). He is the only trainer to be to be certified by TUV SUD South Asia Pacific Pvt Ltd. (A German-based auditing firm) for the Programme in Entrepreneurship Development. (PED) in 2016. Also a Ph.D. in Human Resource Management.