Forecast and plan the workforce your organization will need to succeed in the future.
Skill gaps or shortages. Turnover. An aging workforce. Changing business models. Managing talent risks and expenses. The complexity and urgency of these issues make it feel impossible to plan more than a few months out.
You need a way to develop and implement a workforce plan that is agile and dynamic enough to help your organization thrive in today’s environment—while at the same time establishing yourself as a strategic partner to the business.
HCI’s model takes workforce planning out of the theoretical realm and gives you a methodology and set of tools that you can implement right away—beginning in class.
What You’ll Learn
HCI’s Strategic Workforce Planning model gives you a framework to prepare your organization for the future. As you learn each activity in the model, you’ll either begin real work or plan how to get started once you’re back on the job.
What to Expect
- Leave every HCI program with a free toolkit, access to additional videos and research, and a set of skills that you can use on the job immediately
- Access log-in information, certification materials (participant guide and toolkit), and the exam in your MyHCI profile
- Chat and interact with your facilitator and peers via WhatsApp available on mobile or desktop after the training course
- Earn your HCI certification by attending all of the sessions, complete all classwork, and pass the multiple-choice exam with a score of 80% or higher
- Renew your HCI certification every three years by obtaining 60 credits
- Attend this training and earn 13 HCI, HRCI, SHRM, and ATD recertification credits
- Discover the context of strategic workforce planning
- Distinguish between operational and strategic workforce planning
- Evaluate your organization’s strategic workforce planning readiness
- Align workforce planning to your organization’s strategy
- Segment roles to identify the most strategic roles for your workforce planning efforts
- Scan the environment for internal and external factors that impact your organization’s ability to carry out its strategy
- Conduct a current state analysis of your most strategic roles
- Construct scenarios that help your organization prepare for the future