People Analytics for HR (PAHR) Certification
Use people and business data to make evidence based talent decisions.
Course Fee SGD2,395
Ron is the former CEO of Great Place to Work-Gulf and CHRO of Al Raha Group, based in Riyadh. He holds certifications from HCI as Global Human Capital Strategist (GHCS), Master Human Capital Strategist (MHCS), and Strategic Workforce Planner (SWP).
Ron was cited by CIPD as one of the top five HR thinkers in the Middle East. He received the Outstanding Leadership Award for Global HR Excellence at the World Human Resources Development Congress in Mumbai, and was named as one of the 50 Most Talented Global HR Leaders in Asia.
Ron’s prior roles include senior HR roles with Xerox HR services, IBM, and Martha Stewart Living.
Ron’s board memberships include the Harvard Business Review Advisory Council, McKinsey Quarterly Executive Online Panel, and HCI’s Expert Advisory Council on Talent Management Strategy.
Ron’s work has been featured in the Wall St. Journal, Inc. Magazine, Workforce Management, and numerous international HR magazines covering Africa, India, and the Middle East.
Who Should Attend
This certification program is designed for HR leaders and practitioners who are still building their analytics capabilities. If the description below sounds like you, your team, or your organization, PAHR is the right program.
This is not a program for data and analytics specialists or HR practitioners who are already using people and business data with great confidence or who can perform complex analyses without the help of a data analyst. Sample titles include:
HR Manager, Sr Manager
HR Business Partner
HR professionals specializing in talent acquisition, engagement, L&D, and SWP
It’s no secret that people analytics capabilities are becoming more important for HR professionals—82% of HCI survey respondents agree. Yet HR practitioners still struggle with using people and organizational data to make better talent management decisions.
HCI’s People Analytics for HR (PAHR) Certification program is designed for HR professionals just like you. We want to help you develop the analytical mindset and skill set necessary to help make talent management decisions that drive business success. Additionally, you’ll be able to increase your influence and impact with stakeholders as you bring more rigor and discipline to your talent recommendations.
HR analytics is listed as a skill on professional profiles 61% more often than just one year ago, according to recent research from LinkedIn. Now is the time to add the PAHR certification to your profile, too.
What You’ll Learn
At HCI, we believe people decisions should be made with a combination of data and experience. This learning program is about leveraging people analytics to recommend evidence-based talent initiatives. You’ll build the necessary skills to consult and collaborate with stakeholders, create and evaluate hypotheses, get meaningful insight from data, and communicate findings according to HCI’s new model for people analytics.
Consult and Collaborate
Work with key stakeholders to define organizational issues
Develop & Test Hypotheses
Balance intuition with an analytical mindset
Interpret People & Organizational Data
Identify patterns and check assumptions
Tell a Story about the Data
Leverage visualization and anticipate reactions
Connect to Organizational Outcomes
Align efforts with organizational strategy and measure impact
What to Expect
Leave every HCI program with a free toolkit, access to additional videos and research, and a set of skills that you can use on the job immediately
Access log-in information, certification materials (participant guide and toolkit), and the exam in your MyHCI profile
Chat and interact with your facilitator and peers via WhatsApp Group available on mobile or desktop after the training course
Earn your HCI certification by attending all of the sessions, complete all classwork, and pass the multiple-choice exam with a score of 80% or higher
Attend this training and earn 13.75 HCI, 13.75 HRCI, 13.75 SHRM, and 13 ATD recertification credits