How do you successfully establish the Code of Conduct? With the right personnel strategy, a successful establishment of the Code of Conduct can succeed. The question of how this personnel strategy can be communicated within the company is dealt on the course “Personnel strategy and Code of Conduct”. The participants learn the following skills with the course “Personnel strategy and Code of Conduct”:

  • Code of Conduct: Strategy + Mission Statement + Values
  • Design and Communication of Agile Transformation: The ADKAR Model
  • HR key figures on the code of conduct and agile transformation

Book the course “Personnel strategy and Code of Conduct” with the product No. I09 online: convenient and easy with our course registration form.

 

Price for the Course Personnel strategy and Code of Conduct

Price: 590,– £ excl. 19% VAT.

Included in the price:
Participants documents as PDF,  3-course meal, coffee, tea, soft drinks and snacks in the breaks

Book online with the product no. I09. Convenient and easy with the course registration form online.

 

 

Personnel strategy and Code of Conduct

 

The Target Group for course “Personnel strategy and Code of Conduct”

  • Entrepreneurs, managing directors, and authorized signatories
  • Compliance Officers and Deputy Compliance Officers
  • Personnel decision-makers, personnel, and department managers and personnel officers

 

Your Benefits from the course “Personnel strategy and Code of Conduct”

  • Code of Conduct: Strategy + Mission Statement + Values
  • Design and Communication of Agile Transformation: The ADKAR Model
  • HR key figures on the code of conduct and agile transformation

 

Your Advantage with the course “Personnel strategy and Code of Conduct”

Each participant receives the following S&P products:

+ Guide Code of Conduct

+ S&P Test: Check your compliance management system

+ S&P Test Digital Transformation: How Professionally Do You Manage Change?

+ S&P Tool: Personnel controlling with the key figures

+ S&P Action Plan: Implementation of HR Strategy

 

Program for the course “Personnel strategy and Code of Conduct”:

Code of Conduct: Strategy + Mission Statement + Values

  • Tone from the Top: Basic values ​​and leadership culture in the focus of compliance
  • Code of Conduct: Creativity, Agility and Entrepreneurship
  • Accountability Principle: New duties and responsibilities for employees
  • Adequate compensation system: Avoid malfunctioning stimuli
  • Establish reporting obligations: Open communication and critical dialogue

The participants receive the following S&P products with the course:

+ S&P Guide Code of Conduct

+ S&P Test: Check your compliance management system

 

Design and Communication of Agile Transformation: The ADKAR Model

  • What does agility mean for collaboration and processes in the company?
  • Leadership Agility – This is how they communicate the digital change in the company
  • Clearly define “rules of the game” and communication channels in the team
  • Lead with goals and formulate objectives agile
  • Team members “get on board” – Make agility a common cause
  • Use agile personal instruments:
    • Johari Window
    • Return on Time Invested (ROTI)
    • Market of Skills

 

HR key figures on the code of conduct and agile transformation

  • Develop HR Key Performance Indicators – Your HR Monitoring to the Code of Conduct
  • What contribution do HR indicators make to value management in the company?
  • Please no “number cemetery”: The most important key figures at a glance
  • The balanced scorecard: Integration of corporate and personnel strategy
  • Limits of key figures: What regulates employee participation?
  • Big Data and Digital Transformation: New Requirements for Personnel Controlling

 

The participants receive the following S & P products:

 + S&P Tool: Personnel controlling with the key figures

+ S&P Action Plan: Implementation of HR Strategy

 

In addition to the course “Personnel strategy and Code of Conduct” the participants also attended the following courses:

 

The Road to High Performance – Team Management Compact

Systematic leadership and how it works

Leadership techniques for managers

Employee motivation – but how?

From the good team to the best team

Communication and leadership for managers

Target agreement and time management

More time – more work? How to relieve yourself!

Lead successfully without superior function

Teams lead without being bosses

Communication and conversation techniques for team leaders

Communication and presentation techniques for team leaders

Resilience for managers

 

The ADKAR Model: Teams create change

How do I design agile change processes as an HR manager? With the ADKAR model, you create the conditions for a successful change. The following five questions should be kept in mind:

  1. Awareness: Why should we be agile?
  2. Desire: What goals are achieved with agility and which hurdles are eliminated?
  3. Knowledge: What is the level of knowledge about agility in the team?
  4. Ability: What fears prevent the successful introduction of agile leadership?
  5. Reinforcement: What are the first goals we can achieve together quickly?