HRC VISION CONSULTING

We are an HR consulting firm offering Human Resource Service Development Programs. We offer a full array of services to meet your business needs

Strategic Planning

Strategic planning involves the creation of a comprehensive roadmap for your organization’s future success.

Recruitment & Selection

Our recruitment and selection services are designed to help you find and hire the right talent for your organization.

Employee Relations Planning

Our employee relations planning focuses on fostering open communication, resolving conflicts, and creating policies that promote fairness and inclusivity.

Job Analysis

Job analysis is the foundation of effective HR management. We conduct thorough assessments of job roles, responsibilities, and requirements to ensure accurate job descriptions and optimal workforce utilization.

Career Planning & Development

Empower your employees with opportunities for growth and advancement through our career planning and development services.

Leadership Coaching

Effective leadership is integral to organizational success. Our leadership coaching program focuses on developing the skills and qualities necessary for leaders to guide teams towards excellence.

Leadership Development Program

These can be taken as an 8 program course or individually

-This course will explore the fundamentals of management and leadership. It will look at the difference between the 2 topics and how the two are interconnected. We will review how the mission and vision of an organization are crucial in guiding both the leader and the manager in his/her focus and operations. We will look at organizational structures and the importance of navigating within an organization (policies, politics, and influence leadership and management*.)

Adapted from the Successful Manager’s Handbook – PDI – Personal Decisions International 2000*

We will review the roles and responsibilities of a Leader: What defines a leader at your organization. We will also explore the competencies of a Leader and develop managerial competencies. This course will look at both the opportunities and challenges a leader’s faces and discusses ways to deal with day-to-day challenges. We will briefly look at leadership “burnout” and give some strategies for coping with burnout. One of those strategies is the use of Emotional Intelligence: We will have a basic review of emotional intelligence concepts for Leaders and how EQ connects to Leadership?

As a learning outcome, you will write your own short leadership philosophy or credo. You will write what leadership means to you and how you plan use this statement to guide you in your leadership journey.

You will also develop a few leadership competencies, which are critical for your success as both a leader and manager. This course will be interactive with discussion, case study, interactive exercises, short quizzes, review of both YouTube and TED talk videos, break out discussion sessions, and problem-solving. As well as creating an Action Plan for learning and implementation.

Stephen W. Oliver, Ed.D. – HRCVision

In this course, we will discuss Emotional Intelligence (EQ), including understanding what is EQ and what EQ is not. This includes understanding the basic competencies of EQ, such as self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, and relationship management.

We will also cover EI challenges in the workplace, as well as within your organization. Attendees will walk away with an understanding of the benefits of being more empathic while holding others accountable. We will also cover how to have a better awareness of our own ‘feelings and trigger points’ for EI.

This course will also cover how to apply EQ both professionally and personally. This will include creating strategies for effective communication and listening skills for EI. These strategies will also address how to improve EI in the four areas of 1. self-awareness, 2. self-management, 3. social-awareness and 4. relationship management. Additionally, participants will begin to understand the benefits of mindfulness and mindful moments.

As a learning outcome, you will create an action plan for sound usage of EQ in your business and personal lives. You will be able to utilize Emotional Intelligence in order to navigate through future conflict, as well as understand the effects of emotional bias and Stereotyping.

This course will be interactive with discussion, case study, interactive exercises, short quizzes, review of both YouTube and TED talk videos, break out discussion sessions and problem-solving. As well as creating an Action Plan for learning and implementation.

Stephen W. Oliver, Ed.D. – HRCVision

This course will address personal strengths related to leadership using the tool Strengths Finder – The StrengthsFinder assessment is a personal development tool developed by Gallup Education, which provides an individual with their “Top 5” strengths. 34 different strength themes. Focusing on your strengths on a daily basis has been shown to have profound positive effects on your personal and professional well-being. Attendees will work to address their own leadership strengths, reviewing results together.

We will address questions such as; What does this tool say about the leadership strengths? How can you build upon these Strengths as a Leadership Team? Where areas for improvement? The course will include exercises that help address strong vs weak strengths, as well as analyzing one’s top 5 strengths. You will also learn how to engage with others using your strengths. All in all, you will walk away with a strong understanding of how to apply the Strengths Finder in your own business and leadership role. Course materials will address concepts such as the Four Domains of Strengths and how to avoid blind spots. The four domains are divided into four domains of Strategic Thinking, Relationship Building, Influencing, and Executing. We will also cover various communication skills for various strengths. Learning outcomes will include creating an action plan based upon your Strength Finders.

This course will be interactive with discussion, case study, interactive exercises, short quizzes, review of both YouTube and TED talk videos, break out discussion sessions, and problem-solving. As well as creating an Action Plan for learning and implementation.

Stephen W. Oliver, Ed.D. – HRCVision

During this course, we will review a communications process. This includes looking at what can get in the way of effective communication.

As a learning outcome, you will learn how to adapt ways to give enhanced communication to staff – mentoring and coaching staff through improved communication skills. You will also learn how to have better active listening skills, how to create a culture of constructive feedback in communicating, and how to give and receive constructive feedback better.

As a learning outcome, you will learn how to focus on active listing skills. How to truly listen to others and to understand what they are saying and what they are “not” saying. Skills for active listing will be practiced.

You will learn to adapt ways to give enhanced communication to staff – mentoring and coaching staff through improved communication skills. You will also learn how to have better active listening skills, how to create a culture of constructive feedback in communicating, and how to give and receive constructive feedback better.

As part of the course, we will develop & review strategies for enhancing effective communication skills. As a result, you will develop your own communications strategy as a leader and take steps to enhance your own communication. Some of the skills we will focus on are how to interpret the “noise” and “distractions” all around you and interpret what are the true messages behind communications. We will work to understand the technology and its’ role in communicating (e.g., computers, mobile phone, the Internet, social media, other peripherals, phone calls, emails & text messages, etc.,) including how to use and when to use these various technologies.

We will also learn how to handle difficult conversations, exploring challenging conversations and ways to improve those difficult interactions and communications. You will work to understand cross-communication across boundaries, units, departments, and staff.

Other objectives of the course aims include learning how to interpret agendas of others when communicating and staying on message; learning performance management communications, how to deliver tough messages in performance – having coaching conversations, giving constructive feedback, to performance issues, to discipline & getting employees back on track

You will also create an “action plan” for enhancing your own communication strategies, including writing down goals and objectives, ways to improve and receive constructive feedback from others.

This course will be interactive with discussion, case study, interactive exercises, short quizzes, review of both YouTube and TED talk videos, break out discussion sessions, and problem-solving. As well as creating an Action Plan for learning and implementation.

Stephen W. Oliver, Ed.D. – HRCVision

Decision-making and problems solving are key skills for leaders, especially in changing and challenging times and the marketplace.

The course will focus on the processes of decision-making and problem-solving. We will dive deeply into decision-making as it relates to addressing various issues, challenges, and opportunities within your organization. We will review making decisions as a leader, particularly the influence of judgment and the overall decision-making process.

Learning outcomes will address various decision-making styles, as well as the PIECES Model and the benefits of good decision-making. PIECES = P – Pinpoint – I – Identify – E – Evaluate – C – Commit – E – Execute – S – Succeed.

*Adapted from the Successful Manager’s Handbook – PDI – Personal Decisions International*

We will also address problem-solving, including tips for effective problem-solving. You will engage in various exercises designed to address the decision-making and problem-solving process. This will include personal decision-making, as well as survival decision-making. Overall, you will create an action plan focused on making good decisions and working to solve problems as leaders in your organization.

This course will be interactive with discussion, case study, interactive exercises, short quizzes, review of both YouTube and TED talk videos, break out discussion sessions, and problem-solving. As well as creating an Action Plan for learning and implementation.

Stephen W. Oliver, Ed.D. – HRCVision

This course will explore conflict resolution skills. It will define organizational conflict and explore personal reactions to conflict, including addressing if the conflict can be good or bad.

 We will review various sources of conflict and conflict styles. We will also cover resources for conflict, including how to accept conflict as natural and discover your own perceptions and attitudes about conflict. We will work to understand how conflict develops in relationships and how to identify resources that can be of assistance with conflict.

 Course activities will include preparing for a difficult conversation within your organization, as well as learning a strategy for negotiation, such as the BATNA (Best Alternative to a Negotiated Agreement) Model. This will help identify the best alternatives to a negotiated agreement, especially if your opponent will not cooperate in a conflict situation.

 This course will give solid skills for a leader to use conflict resolution skills when needed to enhance and improve the organization.

 All in all, you will be able to determine your own conflict style and learn about the different styles of conflict management and resolution, as well as their effectiveness. You will leave with an action plan for addressing conflict and conflict resolution for the future.

 This course will be interactive with discussion, case study, interactive exercises, short quizzes, review of both YouTube and TED talk videos, break out discussion sessions, and problem-solving. As well as creating an Action Plan for learning and implementation.

 Stephen W. Oliver, Ed.D. – HRCVision

This course will take a look into Performance Management, including its various definitions, and discussing around the factors that make up performance management. We will identify the various elements of employee performance and look closely at performance management systems. This includes looking at the bigger picture in how performance management and employee performance connect to your organization’s core mission and values.

Topics covered will range from coaching to setting goals, giving feedback, employee development, and corrective action. We will address scenarios such as how to get an employee back on track, as well as what to do if discipline and termination are needed.
This course will also cover giving feedback, looking closely at how feedback can be defined, and what kinds of examples work. We will address the difficulties in both giving and receiving feedback, asking ‘What gets in the way?’

Managers will learn how to effectively communicate with their employees on an ongoing basis. Here we will cover the 80/20 rule, which identifies where the managers spend his/her time with employees and how to place one’s impact on the right performer. Activities will include the Performance Appraisal, which reviews the steps involved in various performance appraisals. This includes the benefits of conducting such appraisals. Students will also have the opportunity to practice feedback and performance management skills.

This course will be interactive with discussion, case study, interactive exercises, short quizzes, review of both YouTube and TED talk videos, break out discussion sessions, and problem-solving. As well as creating an Action Plan for learning and implementation.

Stephen W. Oliver, Ed.D. – HRCVision

This course will address the concept of Team Effectiveness. Together, we will define what is a team and explore the need for team orientation in the workplace. You will have the opportunity to look at real-life examples of team issues, challenges, and opportunities for teamwork at your organization.

We will cover the various benefits and challenges of teamwork, as well as define the various elements and stages that make up a team. You will learn what creates effective team members, and how these elements work to create principles of team success. Exercises will cover how to create high-impact team effectiveness. We will also come up with a case study in order to determine recommendations for future team success. We will determine how to create guidelines for teamwork as leaders within your organization. Overall, you learn your role on the team as a leader and discover ways to apply teamwork to everyday life, as well as within your organization.

This course will be interactive with discussion, case study, interactive exercises, short quizzes, review of both YouTube and TED talk videos, break out discussion sessions, and problem-solving. As well as creating an Action Plan for learning and implementation.

Stephen W. Oliver, Ed.D. – HRCVision

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Effective Communication Skills

Reviewing the Fundamentals and basics of communications skills.

Effective Listening – Giving and receiving constructive feedback.

Creating an environment of giving timely, honesty and accurate feedback

Best ways to utilize technology for effective communications skills. Zoom, Texting, Internet, Social Media, and other technology platforms

Methodology of teaching and facilitating:

Taking E.I. test and evaluating strengths and development areas

Working on strategies to improve E.I.

Videos to watch

Case studies

Interactive Exercises

Videotaping of participants giving short lectures and speeches on E.I.

Connect to a learning management system (LMS)

Teaching, training, and assistance with basic E.I. skills for leadership and staff

Creating an effective emotional intelligence strategy for a team, business unit, or company.

Roleplay and simulation

Coaching services for emotional intelligence enhancing skills

Apply Effective Emotional Intelligence skills to leadership!

Emotional Intelligence

Empathy, Trust is also looked at and discussed.

Effective use of E.I. and how you can navigate both work and personal situations using E.I. skills

Creating an environment of using E.I. skills to giving timely, honesty, and accurate feedback to others.

Best Ways to Utilize E.I. Skills in Business to Promote:

Building Relationships & Communicating Well With Others

Leading, influencing, persuading

Working with team members & customers

Motivating & supporting others

Bringing all the E.I. skills together & putting them into skilled relationships

Review the 4 Fundamentals of Emotional Intelligence

  1. Self –awareness,
  2. Self-management
  3. Social awareness
  4. Relationship management

Human Resources Management Consulting

Assist with HR strategies to build and enhance your HR department Working the following areas of HRM:

Consulting

Strategic Human Resources Planning

Recruitment and Selection

Behavioral Based Interviewing Skills

Employee Relations

Performance Management and mentoring of employee

Job analysis and descriptions

Setting up HR systems

Study and prepare for the SHRM CP/SCP national test

 Coaching Mentoring High-performance leaders on HR principles and strategies.

 Working with seasoned leaders to retool HR issues 

 Individual coaching for leaders

 Leadership Development 

 Career planning and management