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As a human resource professional, you play a vital role in the sustainability and success of your organization. Jim Collins, in Good to Great (2001), claimed that the differences between good companies and great ones emerge not from executive strategy or financial planning, but from the quality of people working for the organization. Collins' idea of "first who, then what," namely that an organization must consider human capital as its first priority. Thus, a human resource manager is i can say the key to success to every successful organization or business. If you want to become an entrepreneur, HRM skills are very vital for you.
Let me narrate an annecdote; there was once a debate on : which would you rather have, all the money you need to start a company or all the right people? Can you imagine the debates that unfolded? From an HR perspective, there is not much debate to be had! If all the right people are in place, success is much more a guarantee than a dream. That is part of the basic of this course and this program, couple with the concept of HR as a transformational leader and strategic partner to the C-suite (executive team) and the organization and its future. In fact, the skills you gain in HRM in other to build up your organization or business is far better ther than looking for money. Remember, a good manager is that one that can well manage both money and human, and this can be learned in a course like this.
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To succeed, you need to disciplined, have a focus, why do you want to carry this course? Are you a leader, do you have an organization or are you managing an organization? This course will surely answer almost all your shortcomings and give you better career.