[Blueboard] Ateneo CORD's Competency-Based HR Program, August 28-30, 2007

ateneocord ateneocord at admu.edu.ph
Thu Aug 2 16:15:10 PHT 2007


 

 

 

Competence, like truth, beauty and contact lenses, is in the eye of the
beholder. 

 <http://www.quotationspage.com/quotes/Laurence_J._Peter/> Laurence J.
Peter, The Peter Principle (1969), chapter 1,
US educator & writer (1919 - 1988)

 

The Ateneo Center for Organization Research and Development 

 

invites you to join the 

 

Competency-Based HR program

 

This three-day program is designed to develop your HR practitioner's skills
in 

identifying and defining competencies, and utilizing as foundations for
developing competency-based HR programs and systems.

 

 


Outputs/ Activities

At the end of the program, participants are expected to:

1.     Identify and define competencies

2.     Determine methods in assessing competencies

3.     Utilize competencies in selecting employees

4.     Explain the use of competencies in performance management

5.     Utilize competencies in developing employees

6.     Describe how competencies are used in compensation

7.     Identify their organization's drivers and barriers in building a
competency-based culture


 

 


Modular Description

Module I:  Competency-Based HRM

This introductory module orients participants on the use of competencies in
human resources management from the identification and definition of core
and functional competencies to the leveling of competencies.  How to use the
different approaches to identifying core competencies will also be explored
by the participants.

 


Module II:  Competency-Based Selection


This module focuses on how the participants can assess competencies with the
use of competency-based interviews and assessment centers for the selection
of job applicants/candidates. 

 


Module III:  Competency-Based Performance Management Systems


This module presents to the participants how competencies are linked to
performance management and the different approaches to using competencies in
the performance management system. 

 


Module IV:  Competency-Based Training & Development


This module involves the participants in developing competency-based
training and development plans.  Moreover, participants learn how to anchor
career development plans on competencies.

 


Module V:  Competency-Based Rewards 


This module presents to the participants how competencies are linked to
compensation and rewards.

 


Module VI:  Developing Competency-Driven Cultures


This final module wraps up the program with a description of the
characteristics of a competency-driven culture and how this is formed.  To
better manage the new culture, the participants will be guided in
identifying the barriers and drivers to building a competency-based culture.


 

 


 

 


Schedule

August 28-30, 2007; 8:30am - 5:30pm


 

 


Venue

Walter Hogan Conference Center, Ateneo de Manila University


 

 


Course Fee

P9,000 per participant inclusive of meals and materials for the whole
program.

 

 

Register now and avail of the early bird discount!

 

Contact us at (632) 4265931 or 4266065 or email:
<http://aa.f552.mail.yahoo.com/ym/Compose?To=ateneocord@admu.edu.ph>
ateneocord at admu.edu.ph 

for details and information.

 

Hope to see you soon!

 

Ateneo Center for Organization Research and Development (CORD)
2/F Hoffner Building, Social Development Complex, Ateneo de Manila
University, Katipunan, QC
Tel 426-5931 / 426-6282 / 426-6001 loc 5263
Fax 426-6065
Email  <mailto:ateneocord at admu.edu.ph> ateneocord at admu.edu.ph
Please visit our website at  <http://cord.ateneo.edu/>
http://cord.ateneo.edu/ 

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