HRM07008 2016 Managing People 2
This module builds on the module Managing People 1 and aims to provide the non HR student with the knowledge required to effectively manage people in the workplace.
On completion of this module the learner will/should be able to;
Evaluate the role of the professional /line manager in managing people at work.
Design and develop appropriate training and development interventions for your chosen sector.
Demonstrate an understanding of the employment relationship and the pscyhological contract.
Evaluate the effectiveness of various approaches to motivating and rewarding employees in your chosen sector.
Assess one's own personal effectiveness with respect to managing people and develop a personal development plan in this regard.
Teaching and Learning Strategies
This module will be delivered through a combination of lectures and workshops. There will be an emphasis on how the knowledge developed is applied in practice by line managers through the use of appropriate case studies and other relevant exercises.
Module Assessment Strategies
This subject will be assessed on a continuous basis through a combination of appropriate assessments.
Repeat assessments will be developed in accordance with the requirements of the module.
- Managing people
- Training and development
- The employment relationship and psychological contract
- Personal development planning
Coursework & Assessment Breakdown
|Title||Type||Form||Percent||Week||Learning Outcomes Assessed|
|1||Design an appropriate training intervention||Continuous Assessment||Group Project||40 %||Week 8||1,2,3,4,5|
|2||Assignment on a people management topic relevant within your sector||Continuous Assessment||Individual Project||30 %||Week 12||1,2,3,4,5|
|3||Personal development plan with respect to managing people||Continuous Assessment||Individual Project||30 %||Week 15||1,2,3,4,5|
Full Time Mode Workload
|Independent Learning||UNKNOWN||Self directed learning||3||Weekly||3.00|
Required & Recommended Book List
2013-09-13 Human Resource Management: A Concise Introduction Palgrave Macmillan
ISBN 113700939X ISBN-13 9781137009395
- a specially-written skills development section, providing guidance on giving presentations, managing your time and persuading and influencing in the workplace
- Spotlight on Skills features which present business scenarios and ask you to diagnose problems and formulate solutions, then watch video interviews with HR professionals from organizations such as Google where they outline how they would approach each situation
- Building Your Skills boxes which encourage you to put yourself in the shoes of a line manager and think about a variety of HRM issues
- a chapter on career development discussing the implications of contemporary career models for individuals and organizations and outlining the role of the HRM function in facilitating career management
This interactive textbook also includes Active Case Studies, HRM in the News boxes and a range of international examples to demonstrate HRM theory at work in the real world of business, and chapters on contemporary topics such as equality, diversity and corporate social responsibility, highlighting how they impact on the HRM function.
2010-12-01 HR for Line Managers: Best Practice Personnel Publications Ltd
ISBN 1906946019 ISBN-13 9781906946012
2011-04-15 Effective People Management: Improve Performance, Delegate More Effectively, Handle Problem Staff and Manage Conflict (Business Success) Kogan Page
ISBN 074946285X ISBN-13 9780749462857
-motivating and rewarding people
-managing change and handling conflict
By looking at the various ways people obtain and use their power, it explores how to create a leadership presence in a positive way and gives the reader the opportunity to devise their own career development and strategy.
Carberry, R., & Cross, C., (2013) Human Resource Management: A Concise Introduction London: Palgrave Macmillan
Scott-Lennon, F. & Hannaway, C. (2010) HR for Line Managers Best Practice, Dublin: Management Briefs
Wolsey, C., Minten, S., Abrams, J. (2012) Human Resource Management in the Sport & Leisure Industry,New York: Routledge
Wellington, P. (2011) Effective People Management London: Kogan Page
Armstrong, M. (2012) A Handbook of Human Resource Management Practice, 12th ed, London: McGraw Hill
Banfield, K. & Kay, R. (2008), Introduction to Human Resource Management, London: Oxford
Gunnigle, P; Heraty, N; & Morley, M. (2011) Human Resource Management in Practice, 3rd ed, Dublin: Gill and MacMillan
Recommended Journals: People Management;
DVDs: Designing & Delivering a Training Session (Gower UK)