Human Resource Management School
Linking The HR Function To Bottom-Line Profitability
March 26-31, 2017
Fluno Center for Executive Education
Enrollment Deadline: February 26
Preview the HR Management School:
Today's successful human resource professional in the financial services industry needs a clear understanding of critical human resource issues as well as a working knowledge of the business of banking. From recruitment to selection, performance management to career development, the human resource function has a direct impact on a financial institution's productivity and bottom-line results.
That's why GSB offers the Human Resource Management School, a respected one-week school that provides the foundation for new or veteran human resource professionals to tie together important issues in human resource management with an understanding of the business of banking.
Application sessions are built into the curriculum to help students better understand and apply concepts learned. This applied learning is a key benefit of participating that will give you important tools to implement immediately at your bank.
More and more demands are being placed on human resource professionals as banks realize the important role they play in a bank's profitability. This is your opportunity to learn from respected industry experts about today's key issues in human resource management and how they relate to the bank's bottom line profits.
Who Should Attend
Whether you're a veteran HR professional or a newcomer to the HR management field, this information-packed school will provide you with an abundance of take-away material. CEOs and other senior managers are also encouraged to attend to gain a better understanding of how the bank's HR function is a key element in bottom-line profitability.
What You'll Gain
- A clear understanding of the human resource contribution to bottom-line profitability
- A hands-on approach to learning the business of banking
- How to better select and retain top performers
- An improved performance management process
- Ways to enhance your compensation and benefits program
- How to build career paths for key performers
- Strategies to improve employee productivity, performance, and profitability
- A network of peers to share ideas and resources now and in the future
Program of Study
To give attendees the best learning experience possible, this week is packed with material and ideas that you can implement immediately upon return to the bank. The school has been divided into two core areas of study – the business of banking and human resource management. See the full curriculum.
Experience the GSB Difference
The Graduate School of Banking at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is widely recognized as one of the premier banking schools in the country. Using feedback from its alumni, Banker Advisory Board, and sponsoring state bankers associations, GSB continuously updates program offerings to meet current professional development needs in the banking industry. In developing the Human Resource Management School specifically for HR professionals in the financial industry, GSB sought the very BEST banking industry experts to design and teach the program.
Nearly 20,000 alumni have benefited personally and professionally from attending the Graduate School of Banking at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. You, too, can benefit from a GSB learning experience. We hope you'll join us for the next Human Resource Management School in April 2016!
Your registration includes five nights, single occupancy lodging at the Fluno Center for Executive Education or a business hotel within a short walk. Classes will be held at the Fluno Center, which combines state-of-the-art professional education technology with the ambiance of a comfortable, relaxed, executive-style hotel. It's an ideal setting for learning, sharing ideas and networking with banking industry peers. GSB will reserve a room on your behalf upon receipt of your application. The Fluno Center is served by the Dane County Regional Airport (MSN), which is a short 15 minute cab ride from campus.