Evaluating HR Interventions
November 20th, 2015

The HR function in organizations is continuing to grow in importance and influence: growing budgets, consequences of ineffective practices, and integration into the mainstream functions in the organization.

With this high-profile posturing, HR professionals and practitioners are faced with an important challenge: ensuring accountability, calculating return on investment, and developing a value-added approach; in other terms, measuring the impact and contribution of HR and evaluating HR interventions.

This 1-day training was presented in a systematic format, from a practical viewpoint with many examples and case studies to induce and guarantee active interaction and participation.

The primary target audience for this training was Holdal HR team members.

Competency-Based Interviewing
April 22nd, 2016

Hiring right will always count among the most challenging tasks for any professional, and one of the most significant contributions they can make to the organization. Good hiring decisions create a foundation for effective performance. Conversely, bad hiring decisions drag performance and are expensive and painful to correct.

This training explores a framework for understanding the effective role of a Competency-Based Interviewing, a highly successful tool used in the selection process.

The value of CBI is that it is a cost efficient and an adaptable tool to the role and organization needs. CBI is an interviewing method that focuses on situation-based behaviors; it reduces impression-based decisions, ensures a more accurate placement, promotes buy-in from all stakeholders, and contributes to the attainment of the organizations overall goals and to its strategic objectives. Consequently, it brings the best talent available for the specific organization and role.

This 1-day training was presented in a systematic format, from a practical viewpoint with many examples and case studies to induce and guarantee active interaction and participation.

The primary target audience for this training was Holdal HR team members and hiring managers.