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HR Analytics: How to Transform HR through Data

In this course, participants will develop and sharpen their HR analytics skills as they analyse and visualize data to inform decisions related to several aspects of HR (e.g., employee engagement, talent acquisition, training and development, etc.) and make recommendations to key decision makers.

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HR Analytics: How to Transform HR through Data

The rapid digital transformation in organizations today has made analytical skills crucial for HR practitioners as organizations strive to make data-driven decisions. Unfortunately, there is still a shortage of analytical talent within HR to meet this need. Thus, to survive in today’s highly competitive environment, organizations need to rapidly upskill their HR talent.

In this course, participants will develop and sharpen their HR analytics skills as they analyze and visualize data to inform decisions related to several aspects of HR (e.g., employee engagement, talent acquisition, training and development, etc.) and make recommendations to key decision makers. This course will also play a crucial role in helping participants tackle both tactical and strategic-level human capital issues. Through the knowledge from this workshop, participants will be equipped with the concepts, tools, and language to start their journey in HR analytics and become better positioned to examine common HR challenges more rigorously. 

Dates: June 19-20, 2022

Venue: offline (at Nazarbayev University)

Price: 210 000 KZT* (discounts are available - check with the manager for details)

For Whom?

Executives and managers responsible for transformation and change;

Heads of HR department, HR managers and specialists;

other specialists.

What will you learn?

Understand the basics of HR analytics.

Apply key insights to understand and interpret people-related data.

Identify actionable insights and use visualization to make recommendations for change.

Program Faculty

Mayowa Babalola

Associate Professor

PhD, University of Leuven


Dr. Mayowa Babalola received his PhD in Psychology from the University of Leuven (KU Leuven), Belgium. Since then, he has held faculty positions in the areas of Organizational Behavior & Human Resource Management at the Australian Catholic University (Melbourne), NEOMA Business School in France, and United Arab Emirates University in the Middle East.

Dr. Babalola’s research focuses primarily on leadership, behavioral ethics, and human resource development. Specifically, his research program revolves around understanding how to make organizations behave more ethically and build a more productive, healthier, and committed workforce. His work has appeared in top business and management journals including Journal of Management (Ranked ABS 4*, FT50), Personnel Psychology (ABS 4), Human Relations (ABS 4, FT50), and Journal of Business Ethics (ABS 3, FT50), and currently serves on the Editorial Boards of the Journal of Management and Journal of Business Ethics. In 2019, his work on how to prevent abusive supervision in the workplace received the Best Paper with Outstanding Practical Implications for Management Award at the Academy of Management conference, held in Boston, USA.

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Gulnar Yermagambetova

Senior Manager

8 (7172) 70-64-60

gsb.exed@nu.edu.kz

Aigerim Zholmyrza

Manager

8 (7172) 70-57-63

gsb.exed@nu.edu.kz