People Analytics for HR (PAHR) Certification October 2021

October 5-8 2021 Virtual Edition 

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About the Event

Due to popular demand, we are adding a Virtual Version Of The People Analytics for HR (PAHR) Certification Program That Can Be Done From The Comfort Of Your Home! 
It’s no secret that people analytics capabilities are becoming more important for HR professionals, yet HR practitioners still struggle with using
people and organizational data to make better talent management decisions.
HCI’s People Analytics for HR (PAHR) certification program is designed for HR professionals just like you. We want to help you develop the analytical mindset and skill set necessary to help make
talent management decisions that drive business success. Additionally, you’ll be able to increase your influence and impact with stakeholders as you bring more rigor and discipline to your talent
recommendations.
HR analytics is listed as a skill on professional profiles 61% more often than just one year ago, according to recent research from LinkedIn.
Now is the perfect time to take the PAHR certification and build an analytical mindset and skillset to make evidence-based talent decisions

The Virtual Edition of the People Analytics for HR (PAHR) Certification Program is a 4-Day Training Program:

5 October 2021 16:00 CET/10:00 AM EST 20:00 CET/2:00 PM EDT

6 October 2021 16:00 CET/10:00 AM EST 20:00 CET/2:00 PM EDT

7 October 2021 16:00 CET/10:00 AM EST 20:00 CET/2:00 PM EDT

8 October 2021 16:00 CET/10:00 AM EST 20:00 CET/2:00 PM EDT

 

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Who Should Attend? 

This certification program is designed for HR leaders and practitioners who are still building their analytics capabilities. If the description below sounds like you, your team, or your organization, PAHR is the right program.

  • We need to improve our foundational analytics skills, such as validating a hypothesis or determining the strength of a correlation.
  • We produce/access reports using people data, but we don’t use them for recommendations or decision-making.
  • We rely on our intuition and experience more than on qualitative and quantitative data. 
  • There is no consistent process or methodology for using data to produce insights for our clients. 
  • We want to keep our seat at the table with our clients. That means we need to be able to interpret data and act on it, just as they do.

This is not a program for data and analytics specialists or HR practitioners who are already using people and business data with great confidence or who can perform complex analyses without the help of a data analyst.

Type Of Certification:
This certification has been approved for  13.75 Business recertification credit hours toward PHR, SPHR, and GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute.
SHRM has pre-approved this certification for 13.75 Professional Development Credits (PDCs) toward SHRM-CP℠ or SHRM-SCP℠ Certifications.

Certified By: HCI -Human Capital Market 

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Agenda

Opening/introductions/agenda
• HCI’s people analytics model
• People analytics as part of being a strategic partner to the business
Connect people analytics to organizational outcomes
• HCI’s talent management cycle
• Linking to organizational outcomes
Consult with stakeholders to define organizational issues
• Stakeholder questioning strategy
Develop hypotheses about what might be happening
• What is a hypothesis?
• Balancing experience and intuition with an analytical mindset
Assemble metrics and expertise to test hypotheses
• Matching metrics to the problem
• Types and sources of data
• Checking data for completeness and errors
• Identifying groups for analysis
Interpreting people and organizational data
• Descriptive data distribution
• Finding meaningful differences between groups
- Examining a variable across groups
- Comparing groups at different points in time
• Identifying factors that contribute to a pattern or outcome
- Correlation and causation
- Regression analysis
• Checking assumptions to ensure that results are not based on
chance
Developing actionable recommendations based on insights
• Making sense of your findings
• Developing an evidence-based recommendation
Communicating the context of findings and recommendations
• Telling a story with data
• Visualizing data: Best practices and resources
• Anticipating reactions
• Putting it all together
Connecting people analytics to organizational outcomes, revisited
• When to use ROI
• Calculating ROI
Wrap-up 
• Action planning
• Next steps

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