Basic and Meaningful HR Metrics
Product ID : DECO-0001
Level : Intermediate
Duration : 90 Minutes
Deborah Covin Wilson, CPLP SHRM-SCP, SPHR, serves as principal of Covin Wilson & Associates, an OD and Learning & Development firm, which specializes in organizational development, change management, strategic planning, and team building... She recently retired as the director of organizational development and consulting services, at Georgia State University. With more than 25 years in higher education, she was responsible for training, employee engagement programs, strategic planning, HR communications, and organizational development services. Deborah holds several professional certifications, including the Certified Professional in Learning and Performance (CPLP) from ATD and SHRM-SCP from SHRM and SPHR from HR Certification Institute. She is a 2015 recipient of the ATD Certification Institute’s CPLP Contributor Award. Additionally, Deborah wrote an article for T+D magazine titled “When Opportunity Knocks, Can You Walk the Talk?” and was a contributing author of the book Road-Tested Activities. She received a BA in secondary education from Concordia Teachers College and an MSW from Atlanta University.
This session will discuss the basic HR metrics that all HR departments should have. It will describe the links between HR and organizational performance. It will also discuss how to select and calculate appropriate measures, balancing costs vs. value creation and how to improve productivity.
- Describe the links between HR and organizational performance
- Select and calculate appropriate measures, balancing costs vs. value creation
- Using metrics in goal setting
- Improving productivity using metrics
- Communicating how HR as a Business partner effects company success
Who Should Attend
HR managers in various roles
Why Should You Attend
CEOs and CFO’s are now asking HR Departments to prove their worth. It is important that HR create HR metrics in collaboration with other departments, especially the Finance Department. Tracking HR Metrics can show how HR contributes to the success of the organization.