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Dear Friends,
Im currently pursuing MBA final year with HR specialization.....
i want to become a dynamic HR manager...... how can i improve my skills for that..........???
And i would like to do some additional course to improve my knowledge in HR.....
So kindly suggest some ideas regarding additional HR courses after MBA..........

From India, Madras
Hey Suganya, First you decide your area of ineterst in HR. Then will let you know other courses name. With Warm Regards, Supriya

hiiiiiiiiiii mam as u have good experience can u plz help me out regarding my mba summer internship as i would be going for HR as my specilization in my 3rd sem.
Regards
Ketan Kumar

09779396700

From India, Chandigarh
dear try to join any organisation specialy any manufacturing unit in generic profile, don't care abt salary u will get the real practical exposure to face day to day HR administartion, Operational and IR problems slowly learn them and don't forgott to read books too to updated ur memory u will see the result after 5 year. hope this will help u
From India, Angul
Hi Suganya,
HR is one of many disciplines within an organization and within HR one discovers that the journey really is all about people as it tends to be the first chance a potential employee gets to view the organization. Unfortunately, in today's race for talent acquisition HR managers are grappling with retention of skilled people within their organizations as employees are becoming more discriminating in their choices these days. Being a dynamic HR manager does not necessarily give one an advantage, in my experience and research, results and outcome-oriented HR inviduals who have yrs of experience coupled with industry certifications like CHRP stick around. It can be a very unforgiving and relentless profession, so getting certified as a HR professional for starters with a few years in compensation, health & safety, recruiting, selection, training or staff development can help you in your journey to be an effective leader in the HR field...hope this helps.

From Canada, Mississauga
I have to agree with above posts, first get into the field then get a feel for what your interests really are in HR, then broaden your horizons by adding on some more courses. Ons of the most basic principles that helps any HR manager to be dynamic is always put yourself in the employees shoes and show real empathy when needed, they can read through you if your empathy is fake - then you lose their trust & in the end lose your impact to become dynamic.
All the best with finishing your MBA & much success for your future in HR - it's the best field to be in!!
Warm regards,
E. Kotze
Shipboard HR Director (RSSC)

From United States, Holmdel
I have to agree with above posts, first get into the field then get a feel for what your interests really are in HR, then broaden your horizons by adding on some more courses. Ons of the most basic principles that helps any HR manager to be dynamic is always put yourself in the employees shoes and show real empathy when needed, they can read through you if your empathy is fake - then you lose their trust & in the end lose your impact to become dynamic.
All the best with finishing your MBA & much success for your future in HR - it's the best field to be in!!
Warm regards,
E. Kotze
Shipboard HR Director (RSSC)

From United States, Holmdel
I should agree with Ravi, when he said you are way too enthusiastic. ;). I suggest you go ahead with gaining some experience and getting established with the HR stream you fit in. Please find attached some certification brouchers, which may be helpful to you in future.
Best regards

From United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi

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Can any one who is M.A (Public Administaration) with One-Year PG Diploma in HRM eligible for HR jobs ? Please answer as soon as possible.
I have the above mentioned PG Degree and pursuing PG Diploma in HRM (1-Year) from Annamalai University and working as a Office Secretary in private sector (B-School at New Delhi). I am 30 years old with more than five years experience.
Regards
Syed Adil Mehdi

From India, Delhi
In order to be able to be a dynamic HR Manager I suggest you do extensive research and courses on leadership, you need to enter the industry with leadership mentality to manager. Do as much as possible reading and interacting with HR matter get yourself exposed as much as possible
From Oman, Muscat

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