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HLT 527 - Human Resources in Healthcare and Organizational Development

This course provides an overview of the role of human resources in health care organizations, including the recruitment, retention, management, and development of these resources. Students gain an understanding of key roles that human resource professionals play in planning for workforce needs and how human resource management should be directly aligned with the strategic goals of the organization. Also, in this course, students examine organizational behavior and dynamics, as well as the roles and responsibilities of management within health care organizations. Students focus on understanding management and leadership principles to help navigate change. Students consider the theory and practice of managing individuals and groups through motivation, communication, teamwork, collaboration, leadership, organizational change, negotiation, and conflict management and resolution.

Credit Hours: 3.00

Course Fees: $0.00

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