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About Staff Development
Masters degrees in Staff Development equip postgraduates to manage and develop an organisation’s workforces. This can include specialist areas such as staff training, feedback and assessment.
Courses range from taught MA and MSc degrees, to research oriented MRes programmes and professional MBA courses. Entry requirements normally include an undergraduate degree; though relevant work experience may be necessary in some cases.
Through theory and practical frameworks, you will learn how to lead and develop a company’s human resources (HR) to effectively deploy business strategies and organisational changes.
You will consider how to undertake these developments whilst maintaining corporate social responsibility (CSR) – an ethical approach to business development ensuring positive implications for business stakeholders, including the public.
Strategic analysis is a dominant theme on these courses, providing you with a means to understand why certain methods and approaches create differences in performances between businesses and industries.
A masters in this field will make you suitable for positions in HR management, or leadership and management of a given organisation. You might also branch into consultancy for a particular industry, or follow less traditional routes into youth and community work.
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The MSc Career Coaching programme has been designed to reflect the growing interest in career coaching by individuals seeking to manage their career development more effectively; and by organisations who want to develop the talent and resilience of their staff.
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People are at the heart of every business, meaning that a high-performance Human Resources (HR) function is one of the keys to business success – with the ability to influence an organisation. Hull University Business School is a Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) Approved Centre.
Human Resource Management plays a crucial role in the success of companies and multinational corporations around the world. So knowing how to manage staff effectively at an international level is becoming an increasingly important skill.
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Work should be decent for workers and productive for organisations. At Manchester Met, we help organisations and policy makers take an evidence-based approach to quality and performance. .
The global nature of today’s workforce means Human Resource (HR) professionals face new challenges and opportunities in the workplace.
Global Online gives you the flexibility needed to achieve a postgraduate degree without taking a career break.