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Workforce Planning Strategies to Support Organizational Needs

Recertification
SHRM:14.75 PDCs
HRCI: 15

Intended Audience

Mid-Level


  • Is a generalist or senior specialist.
  • Typically has 3-7 years of HR experience.
  • Manages projects or program.
  • Holds a formal title such as, but not limited to, HR Manager, Generalist, or Senior Specialist.



Competencies

Competencies


  • Business Acumen
  • Critical Evaluation
  • HR Expertise (HR Knowledge)


Program Overview
Learn to align your current and future workforce with your organization’s strategic goals. Support the implementation of a talent management strategy by exploring the critical aspects of workforce planning within your organization. Explore how to develop targeted human capital solutions based on data-driven analyses of your organization’s strengths and weaknesses so that you can ultimately help your business leaders make well-informed decisions and mitigate business risks. Work through a case study to practice your new skills and to prepare yourself to implement workforce planning strategies back at your organization.

Program Objectives
  • Analyze the organizational environment including future business challenges and their likely impact on the workforce.
  • Integrate workforce planning into the strategic plan of the organization.
  • Describe the key steps to developing a strategic workforce plan including analysis, forecasting, strategy development and cost modeling.
  • Create or refine a framework for your organizations workforce planning strategy.


Daily Schedule
TWO-DAY PROGRAM
*San Diego, CA | Apr. 30-May 1

*This seminar is offered as a package deal in conjunction with the SHRM Talent Management Conference & Exposition. You can attend this seminar and select components of the conference for one package price. Register here.

This program is part of SHRM's Talent Management Certificate Series which equips you with innovative tools and strategies to grow and engage your most valuable resources. Learn more.

Questions? E-mail us at shrmeducation@shrm.org