Tag: executive education

Human Resources Management Certificate Program

The Human Resources Management Program covers key topics that HR managers and staff take into account as part of their role while maintaining a productive workforce and complying with up-to-date information on legal issues to ensure that your personnel and management practices conform to regulations. In an effort to improve the productivity of current employees, our executive professionals will provide strategies, regarding the best approaches to hire and retain top performers. Participants will gain a professional comprehension of the advantages and pitfalls of Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS), overall.

As this course is focused on industry topics that are dynamic and challenging, in order to maximize the course’s value and interest to you, it will also address staffing needs, assessments, and solutions including recruiting, training, and motivating employees, as well as how to resolve performance issues. Class lectures, discussions, and interpersonal interaction will strengthen participants’ knowledge and enable efficient skills to find solutions for real-life challenges dealt with in the workplace. Aside from gaining a solid foundation in the latest HR practices and current and critical legal issues, participants will be trained in-depth on ways to accommodate global HR issues, the latest on information systems and policies, and protection strategies for your organization, from potentially serious mistakes, by sensitizing managers and other employees to the consequences of discriminatory and other inappropriate actions.

This program runs from February 25 – May 20, 2017. To register, please call 305-348-4217.

Cybersecurity Leadership & Strategy Executive Certificate Program

This two-day advanced certificate program will consist of the Enterprise Track, and National and Public Security Track. Participants will learn about organizational structures, processes and legal considerations, as well as be exposed to strategies and how to effectively implement such strategies in the workplace.

Taking place on October 11-12, 2016, this program is designed for lawyers, policy makers, government officials, advisors, business leaders and professionals in the industries of education, finance, energy, healthcare, entertainment, security, national defense and more. 

For more information, please visit https://business.fiu.edu/executive-education/cybersecurity/index.cfm or email epe@fiu.edu or call 305-348-4217

Human Resource Management Certificate Program

The Human Resources Management Program covers key topics that HR managers and staff take into account as part of their role while maintaining a productive workforce and complying with up-to-date information on legal issues to ensure that your personnel and management practices conform to regulations. In an effort to improve the productivity of current employees, our executive professionals will provide strategies, regarding the best approaches to hire and retain top performers. Participants will gain a professional comprehension of the advantages and pitfalls of Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS), overall.

As this course is focused on industry topics that are dynamic and challenging, in order to maximize the course’s value and interest to you, it will also address staffing needs, assessments, and solutions including recruiting, training, and motivating employees, as well as how to resolve performance issues. Class lectures, discussions, and interpersonal interaction will strengthen participants’ knowledge and enable efficient skills to find solutions for real-life challenges dealt with in the workplace. Aside from gaining a solid foundation in the latest HR practices and current and critical legal issues, participants will be trained in-depth on ways to accommodate global HR issues, the latest on information systems and policies, and protection strategies for your organization, from potentially serious mistakes, by sensitizing managers and other employees to the consequences of discriminatory and other inappropriate actions.

This program runs from September 17 – December 10, 2016. To register, please call 305-348-4217.

Advising Customers in a Highly Regulated Environment Two-Day Workshop

 

The Advising Customers in a Highly Regulated Environment two-day workshop is designed to enhance the skills and techniques of experienced private bankers to help them acquire personal financial information from customers which are not only required in today’s highly regulated environment, but which will help the private bankers provide more comprehensive services to their customers. The workshop modules focus on what bankers can do that is consistent with current regulatory and compliance requirements and what they can do to be more effective in developing a broader wealth management relationship with their customers.

Highlights:

The Advising Customers course is designed to help financial professional to become effective contributors to their organizations by expanding their regulatory knowledge and customer relationships skills while sharpening their problem-solving skills. This program will also enhance the communication skills needed to gain a greater understanding of customers’ broader financial needs and tailor the appropriate solutions for them.

Topics:

Module One – Threats and Opportunities

a. Gaining perspective on the current financial and regulatory environment

b. Banker and customer expectations for the next phase of the market cycle

c. Customers’ perceptions of the risk/return characteristics of today’s wealth solutions

 

Module Two – The Regulatory Challenge

a. Understanding how the new global regulatory framework will affect customer financial relationships

b. Assessing the “real world” challenges associated with developing customer relationships

c. Questioning techniques and methods to gain customers’ confidence and trust throughout the “KYC” process

d. The communication and documentation challenge

 

Module Three – Advising Customers

a. The importance and advantages of clarifying and managing customer expectations

b. Engagement techniques that will compel customers to disclose their expectations

c. Assessing customers’ level of satisfaction

d. Positioning, recommending, and overcoming customer obstacles to new product/portfolio solutions

Who Should Attend:

• Private bankers

• Trust officers

• Bank and investment relationship officers

Program Fee:

USD $995 per participant

Location:

Renaissance Curaçao Baden Powellweg#1, Willemstad, Curaçao

Schedule:

Thursday, May 26, 2016 – Friday, May 27, 2016

Registration Questions:

If you have any questions, please contact FIBA at fibatraining@fiba.net or 305-579-0086 or visit their website at www.fibatraining-register.net

Next Level Growth: “The Value Chain” A seminar for business owners

Are you ready to take your business to the next level, but need guidance to effectively and efficiently plan for and manage your growth? Our half-day seminar, presented by FIU College of Business and TD Bank, America’s Most Convenient Bank, one of the 10 largest banks in the U.S., will focus on strategic options for growth and expansion. Designed just for businesses like yours—established businesses poised for growth—this highly interactive program features experts on supply chain management with topics that include:

• Reducing Costs

• Optimizing Output & Minimizing Risks

• Forecasting Demand

• Seven Principles of Supply Chain Management

7:30-8:15 AM              Breakfast and Networking

8:15-8:20 AM             Welcoming Remarks: By Dr. Walfried Lassar, Associate Dean, Alvah H. Chapman, Jr., Graduate School of Business Ryder Systems Professor and Professor of Marketing Florida International University – College of Business

8:20-8:30 AM            Introductory Remarks: By Tom te Riele, Market President-Commercial, TD Bank, N.A.

8:30-9:00 AM            Presentation: Reducing Costs Identify the processes that increase cost but add no value to your products and services. Then find ways to eliminate them.

9:00-10:25 AM          Presentation: Optimize Output & Minimize Risks Using supply chain management, companies develop close relationships with suppliers and customers, which not only ensure timeliness but also create communication that helps minimize risks. Real stories: Panel presentation by business owners on how they reduced costs, optimized outputs and minimized risks

10:25-10:40 AM        15 Minute Coffee and E-Mail Break

10:40-11:20 AM        Presentation: Forecasting Demand Increasingly, manufacturers and other providers look at data analytics and postponement techniques to meet rising demand for better and more customized products and services.

11:20-11:50 AM         Presentation: The Super Seven Seven tips for improving your company’s supply chain management that do and do not work – and why.

11:50-12:50 PM        Lunch and Networking

12:50-1:00 PM         Closing Remarks By Jacqueline Sousa, Regional Director, FIU College of Business, SBDC

NEXT LEVEL GROWTH- The Value Chain

Event Website: https://business.fiu.edu/executive-education/next-level-growth/