Henry W. Bloch School of Management

Human Resources Development Program

The Bloch Human Resources Administrators Training Program is a 20-day immersion program for teachers and administrators from different Chinese universities to learn the U.S. model of Human Resource Administration. This residential program is designed to provide participants an opportunity to travel to the United States for a top notch learning and development experience. During this program, participants will take courses taught by top professors at the University of Missouri-Kansas City and will also be introduced to various aspects of American culture and university system. Participants will gain an in-depth perspective and insights into best practices of human resource administration and walk away with innovative ideas. The program also includes travel opportunities to both the east coast and the west coast which entails cultural tours and recreational activities.

Program Length: 20 Days

Visiting Cities: Kansas City, Los Angelas, Washington DC and New York City

Program Benefits:

  • Gain an in-depth understanding of the human resource system in universities and corporations
  • Gain new knowledge and global experience
  • Become better prepared and more confident as a HR administrator
  • Be able to compare HR management styles in China and the United States
  • Grow an international network
  • Interact and exchange ideas with experts from the human resource field across the globe
  • Experience the American culture and have fun

Program Topics:

  • Overview of higher education system in United States
  • Overview of human resources in United States
  • Relationship between universities, government and local communities
  • Global workforce overview
  • Wellness and benefits programs in universities
  • Training and recruiting best practices in √ā¬†universities
  • Human resources information systems and compensation strategies in a university
  • Human resources strategic roles and partnerships with universities
  • Role of mentoring and coaching in employee development
  • Managing generation differences
  • Visit private and public universities and corporations
*The topics are subject to change based on instructor’s schedule, curriculum development purpose or special requirements.

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