HCI’s Change Management for HR (CMHR) certification program emphasizes people over process. Learn to identify and build the capabilities people need to navigate change successfully regardless of company size, industry, or change model(s) already in use.
Become a true business influencer with HCI’s new comprehensive, data-driven approach. With HCI's Strategic Talent Acquisition Certification, you’ll learn to identify quality talent, increase diversity and enable winning teams to drive business outcomes. In addition, view the future of talent acquisition through a lens of customer centricity.
- Russell Robinson, Adjunct Professor, University of Louisville’s College of Education and Human Development, and Senior Training and Engagement Adviser, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services’ Program Support Center
- Craig Bardenheuer, Founder and Principal of create-innovate-operate, LLC., and Former VP of Worldwide Business Innovation and Growth, Juniper Networks
High-performance and positive company cultures are not conflicting or opposite forces, though they sometimes feel this way to people leaders....
The EEOC believes that 75% of workplace harassment incidents go unreported. And 75% of those who DO speak up experience retaliation. Could we be to blame for not being able to stand up to power within our organizations?...
HCI’s Strategic HR Business Partner certification program will help you elevate HR’s credibility in your organization, build relationships with key stakeholders, and improve the workplace and workforce through strategic talent management. The skills taught in the course are what will advance your career.
In today’s rapidly-evolving business landscape, an employer brand needs to be more than just a look or slogan, it must be an insightful articulation of your business and the people who work in it. An employer brand becomes more meaningful when your business is in the midst of an acquisition...
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.