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Human Capital Management Workshop

By: Administrative Staff College of Nigeria (ASCON)  

Lagos State, Nigeria

24 - 28 Oct, 2016  5 days

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NGN 75,000

At the end of the workshop, participant would be able to:

  • Discuss the need for human capital management in an organization
  • State how organization invest in their human capital
  • Outline the roles and skills needed by managers to manage their human capital
  • Explain the environment under which human capital development operates
  • Develop a strategic leadership skills needed in making a results oriented and ethical decisions
  • Discuss the current trend in human capital management

Workshop Contents

  • Human capital management: an overview
  • Practice and strategy of human capital management
  • Human capital management, global trend and challenges
  • Work and employment
  • Human capital measurement
  • Human capital strategic plan
  • Knowledge and talent management
  • Rewarding human capital
  • Employee relations
  • Succession planning

Target Audience

The workshop is designed for chief executive officers (CEO) in the public and private sectors of the economy, departmental training officers (DTOs), human resource managers, head of units/ departments and anybody in charge of policy making and implementation.

ASCON Complex, Topo, Badagry Oct 24 - 28 Oct, 2016
NGN 75,000.00(Per Participant (This Excludes Accommodation and Feeding))
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Administrative Staff College of Nigeria (ASCON)

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