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The objective of this training is to contribute to improving the capabilities of professionals and their position in the area of HR organization and Human Resources. Knowing how to manage people, as well as the policies that affect them, is essential in any management position and scope. professional.
The main purpose of the program is to perfect professionals with significant competencies, leaders at the highest level, capable of effectively and efficiently managing the human talent of organizations, whether public or private, performing with high levels of quality in the various occupational roles and scenarios, oriented its interest to the compression and solution of the social and economic problems of their organizations.
You like to deal with others and motivate them to exploit all their qualities to the fullest. Also in the environment of the company. Turn it into your future with the Master's Degree in Human Resources Management and Management from the Universidad Europea .
The Master's Degree in Leadership and Human Resources Management is an innovative program, which complements the classic concept of managing teams of people, with the current and necessary ingredient of leadership. It is a unique proposal, which intensifies training towards leadership and talent management.
This training prepares the student to design an integral human resources plan, to manage people and talent, recruitment, direction of the selection processes, to know the rights and obligations of employees in depth and to design the formative plans of the same ones. In summary, increase profitability and coordination in companies, through communication, policies, business leadership and motivation of people.
The Master in Human Resources aims to train excellent professionals who are able to successfully face the challenges that today represents the direction of people through the development of skills and abilities necessary to assume the roles and responsibilities required by complex organizations current business
The Master's Degree in Development and Management of Human Resources will focus on the development of competences focused on person-job adjustment, team work and quality of working life, including, therefore, areas of intervention such as, among others, the selection, training and evaluation of the staff. In this sense, it is oriented towards the development of a professional profile of Human Resources Management. On the other hand, the Master's Degree in Personnel Management is aimed at developing a professional profile of Human Resources Directors, as well as Consultants and Auditors, which includes a more holistic training on the Organizational phenomenon.
The master remotely human resource management experts and trains senior executives in management and human resource management.
The Master in Human Resource Management as senior executives and experts in management and Human Resource Management.
Increasingly often companies implement new organizational models based on human capital as a competitive difference. Modern management of human resources demands the presence and action of qualified specialists in the field, work should lie who has received specialized in the broad framework of human resources training ...
European Master ** issued by the European Federation of Schools (FEDE) - an association governed by Swiss law (CCS.art 60-79).
Validate a title certified by the state level I Manager Human Resource Development and Social Relations provides access to strategic positions of an SME or a large group both nationally and internationally.
The Human Resources Management progressively imposed in companies from the time when more and more leaders see the skills held by their employees, individually or collectively, can be the source of competitive advantage. In addition, the strategic choices made from opportunities offered by the environment require a strategic variation in human terms.
The European MASTER is aimed primarily at students who have completed a diploma II (Tray 3) in the areas of human resource management, psychology, sociology or labor law.
The objective of this program is not only technical knowledge but also convey to train students in the skills and attitudes needed