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課程概述

In this course, you will learn best practices for selecting, recruiting, and onboarding talent. You will also learn about the key approaches to measuring performance and evaluating your employees. In addition, you will learn how to develop and coach your talent so that they can realize their full potential at work. Altogether, you will gain a thorough understanding of the complete cycle of managing talent and creating a robust talent pipeline for your team and organization. Managing and developing talent is one of the top 3 issues on the minds of CEOs from around the world. In fact, CEOs cite managing and developing their leadership talent as the issue that is most important to the future success of their business but that their organizations are least capable of addressing effectively. This course will provide you with the insights, frameworks and tools to effectively manage and develop talent in your teams and organizations....

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OI
2020年4月5日

A very illuminating course. Have started applying two key concepts already. Glad I took the course. Every HR practitioner should take the course as part of their own development. Thank you.

MB
2017年5月11日

Great lectures, important thinks pointed out. Not always is clear how important is taking care of employees. Without good HR management, whole business can struggle and not grow as could.

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76 - 员工管理 的 100 個評論(共 302 個)

創建者 Naman S

2019年7月29日

great course. Helps you learn about how to hire and manage the best people for your team.

創建者 Jelyn V

2021年5月24日

I learned a lot from this course. Thank you Coursera and to the University of Michigan!

創建者 Michael F

2016年6月27日

An excellent course, so many great ideas to incorporate into a management experience ...

創建者 mahmoud e

2016年1月22日

It's amazing and practical.. you learn then immediately apply in your own organization.

創建者 Barbara J

2017年10月22日

Interesting to learn about other organisations’ way of managing their Human Resources.

創建者 Gustavo A

2016年3月13日

Um curso excepcional. Melhor que muito MBA por ai. Vale muito muito a pena fazê-lo!!!

創建者 Matt S

2015年12月27日

A great overview of the TM pipeline, with some very valuable and actionable insights.

創建者 Otilia N

2015年12月15日

Very well structured. Thank you for your time invested in this entire specialization.

創建者 TOMAS Q

2018年1月19日

excellent course, all these courses from the University of Michigan are excellent.

創建者 Elizabeth S

2020年8月3日

Love the teachers of this specialization. It's very clear and have learned a lot

創建者 Miguel C

2020年6月26日

Recommended for all leaders. An indispensable tool for your leadership toolbox.

創建者 Thalissa M

2021年6月14日

E​xcelente course! Could apply the concepts with my team, and its' been great!

創建者 Ionut O

2020年10月26日

Great.. so ... shows that managers play a crucial role in personnel turnover.

創建者 TYSON P M

2020年7月6日

This is a good course for those are looking a change or growth in profession,

創建者 Alison D

2016年3月20日

Excellent course, well structured, with great insights about managing people.

創建者 Sandip J

2017年6月19日

excellent course. Highly recommended to people from all streams, regardless.

創建者 Ivana K

2016年3月12日

Very useful and practical. It is easy to apply in everyday life and career.

創建者 Reem H

2021年7月5日

it is the best .. I have learned a lot of things.. I highly recommend it

創建者 Amrit T

2020年7月27日

Best course for any HR professional who want to start in Human Resource.

創建者 Sankalp D

2020年5月26日

Really good course. Learned a lot during the course. Thank you so much.

創建者 Meaad A

2019年11月18日

it is a mind changing cource, all I knew was something and what I learn

創建者 A A

2020年7月10日

Excellent course for the begainers that may increase talent management

創建者 Manish K S

2020年5月3日

Good course to learn,understood a lot of things about Managing Talent

創建者 cathy P

2017年3月22日

Great course, the tutors did an excellent job and the course material

創建者 Theresia T

2021年2月8日

provide a lot of knoledge that related with my job. Thanks Coursera!