Employers of Poland and Polish Advisory and Consulting Association invites companies to participate in a project "Effective change management - the key to the adaptability of employees in Polish companies in times of economic downturn" that is co-financed by the European Union under the European Social Fund.
The main objective of the project is to support MSMEs in managing the process of change in their structures - by conducting needs analysis, giving advice and providing training. All this will allow employees to gain knowledge on the process of carrying out changes in organizations and on ways of adapting to them.
Project participants will get free, comprehensive training and advisory support in the form of:
Detailed needs analysis, the purpose of which is to determine the level of knowledge managers on the need for specific changes. The interview will cover business, company management, business environment, development trends, and economic changes. Training needs of companies will be identified on the basis of the interviews.
Individual advice on the implementation of new solutions in HR and adapting them to the specific features of a given company. Anticipated effect is a human resources management strategy setting out all the activities of the organization meant to support the process of recruitment, selection, skills development and increasing motivation of employees, development and training policies with a focus on changes in the organization.
Training managers and HR staff in change management. Training topics include: corporate strategy that emphasizes responding to change, strengthening employee motivation, communicating changes associated with material and human resources, flexible forms of employment and remuneration, employee assessment systems. Topics will be set in more detail after a thorough analysis the participants needs.
For more information visit: www.zarzadzaniezmiana.pl
If you have questions, please contact:
Polish Advisory and Consulting Association
tel. / fax: 85 652 61 07
Employers of Poland
tel. 22 518 87 44