Fundamentals of Human Resources Management in Japanese

Fundamentals of Human Resources Management in Japanese

Course Summary

This intensive, hands-on seminar will give you a solid overview of all aspects of HR.

Whether you’re a recently appointed HR manager, are new to HR or have a non-HR job with HR responsibilities, this course can give you the know-how you need. Understand essential HR functions and learn to develop an action plan to put to work in your organization.
This comprehensive seminar delivers a modern view of HR’s role and will educate you and give you an opportunity to practice your skills in a variety of areas, including but not limited to:
– Legal responsibilities
– Talent Acquisition (Recruiting)
– Talent Assessment (Performance Management and Diversity)
– Talent Development (Coaching and Leadership Development)
– Talent Measurement (Compensation) and much more


  • Fee
  • 143,000 yen (
  • Venue
  • TBD
  • Language
  • Japanese
  • Faculty
  • Quintegral Faculty
  • Location
  • Online/Tokyo/Osaka/Nagoya/Others
  • Duration
  • 2 days

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How You Will Benefit

  • – Understand HR’s role as a vital contributor to your organization’s success
  • – Discover strategies to attract and retain top talent
  • – Examine best practices for managing performance and creating compensation, training and benefit systems that drive bottom-line results
  • – Identify and deal with potentially explosive issues with an eye to both legal requirements and the needs of your business
  • – Analyze HR issues and develop action plans you can implement in your organization
  • – See how HR and non-HR functions in every organization can create an effective, complementary work environment

Who Should Attend

– HR practitioners with less than three years’ experience; non-HR practitioners with HR responsibilities; more experienced HR professionals seeking a fast-paced review of the role of HR in today’s rapidly-evolving workplace.

Course Outline

1. Course Outline, AMA HR Philosophy, and Organizational Assessment
– Understand Why an Emphasis on Talent, Establishing Relationships and Being Strategic Is So Important
– Think About How Strategic or Functional Your Job Is and How HR at Your Organization Is Perceived Overall
2. Relationships and Gaining Trust
– Understand the Importance of Building Relationships
– Assess Your Own Relationships and Identify Areas for Improvement
– Describe the Business Impact of Improved Relationships Between HR and Non-HR
3. Legal Responsibilities
– Identify Legal Trends and Challenges
4. Talent Acquisition
– Identify Characteristics of Well-Written Job Descriptions and When “JDs” Should Be Written
– Understand Differences Between and Reasons for Using the Five Questioning Techniques
– Know and Apply the Steps and Best Practices for a Recruiting Process
– Distinguish Key Aspects of Orientation and Assimilation, and Generate Ideas to Make These Processes Better at Your Organization
5. Talent Alignment
– Understand Key Concepts of Talent Alignment, Which May Be a New Term for Many
– Have an Opportunity-Focused Mindset, So That You Can Help the Employees at Your Organization, Which in Turn Helps the Company
– Demonstrate Your Skills and Abilities as a Strategic Business Partner By Advising Leadership on Talent Alignment, Whether They Ask for It or Not
6. Talent Management
– Identify What Talent Management Is, What It Includes, and Important Aspects of It
– Understand Domestic and Global Mobility
– Put Talent Management Learnings into Practice
7. Talent Assessment
– Understand the Objectives and Elements of a Performance Management System
– Describe the Respective Roles of All Concerned in Preparing for Performance Management Meetings
– Practice a Performance Management Discussion
– Learn the Key Components of Diversity and Why Having Awareness of Diversity Is Important for HR Professionals, Leadership, and Employees
– Understand the Importance of Assessing Talent with a Diversity Lens to Make Sure Your Organization Is a Fair and Inclusive Environment
8. Talent Development
– Identify the Respective Responsibilities of All Concerned in the Training Process
– Know Best Practices in Mentoring and Career and Leadership Development
– Understand What Coaching Is and Also AMA’s Coaching Model
– Practice How to Coach and How to Help Others Coach
9. Talent Measurement/Compensation
– Assess Your Company’s Year-End Performance Review Process and Determine How It Could Be Conducted Better/Differently
– See the Correlation Between the Year-End Performance Review Process and Compensation
– Know the Characteristics of an Effective Compensation System
– Be a Strategic Business Partner By Helping Leadership Be Fair About How Your Employees Are Compensated
– Instill a “Total Rewards” Mindset in the Employees at Your Company
10. Talent Retention and Transition
– Understand the Importance of Retaining the Employees You Have
– Know All the Factors That Could Lead to Someone Leaving
– Be Fully Aware of Key Best Practices When You Have to Terminate Someone’s Employment
– Be Better Prepared for Letting Someone Go By Practicing That Difficult Conversation
11. Functional HR Areas
– Differentiate Between Mandated and Voluntary Benefits
– Discuss Typical/Popular Offerings
– Identify Benefits Trends and Challenges
– Determine the Contents of an Employee Handbook
– Identify the Components of a Policies and Procedures Manual
– Fully Understand the Uses and Best Practices of HRIS
12. Final Activities
– Highlight Many of the Learning Points in the Prior Modules By Way of a Group Role-Play
– Put What You Learned into Practice
– Create an Action Plan for Your Role and Organization



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