HR for Non-Hr Professionals


The human resource function requires a strategic and comprehensive approach to managing and developing people, organizational culture and the working environment. Human resource management deals with recruitment, training and development, performance, motivation and communication. Line managers should be able to carry out these functions within their respective teams and thereby assisting to ensure a smooth running of the organization.

Our Human Resource for Non-HR professional course is designed to equip line managers and supervisors with the skills and knowledge needed to carry out human resource functions effectively.


  • Human resource management and the organization.
  • Human resource planning and forecasting.
  • Recruitment and selection.
  • Employee orientation.
  • Working with external providers.
  • Training and development.
  • Performance Appraisals.

Target Audience:

  1. Business owners
  2. Line managers
  3. Supervisors

Course Benefit:

At the end of this program, the participants would be able to

  • Appreciate the key functions of Human Resource Management.
  • Understand the rudiments of Recruitment and Selection.
  • Know the benefit of maintaining a healthy employee relations
  • Identify and use proficiently an effective performance appraisal
  • Understand the functions of training and development and its importance to the organization.

Program Details

Date:            12th and 13th April 2016

Venue:         42, Balarabe Musa Crescent

Off Samuel Manuwa

Victoria Island

Time:            9am – 5pm

Training Fee:  N75,000.00 (Seventy Five Thousand Naira Only)

Discounts are available for early birds.

For enquiries, please contact us on or call us on +234 1-342-7904

Story Of Great Sales Representatives

In many companies, the best sales representatives may earn as much, even sometimes more than several senior members of the company, and the Chief Executive is delighted at their success. The Chief Executive knows that these sales reps are the places where sales are won and lost. Marketing attracts prospects; it usually takes a top sales representative to transform a prospect into an instant customer.

First-rate people who sell well have five things in common:

1.         They love to sell.

2.         They enjoy people.

3.         They have a sincere and high degree of enthusiasm.

4.         The know their product, their customers and their prospects.

5.         They believe they will close every sale.

These winning sales representatives are dressed in a manner to inspire confidence. They are so neat and clean that the prospect unconsciously assumes the entire company has its act equally together and buttoned up. They talk clearly, use gestures, smile, and engage in eye contact. In addition, they use the prospect’s name whenever possible. And they orient all their remarks to that prospect.

Although great sales reps are born that way, others can also be trained to be great. Repeated sales training, is how this happens.

Great sales reps would rather be out in the field selling than sitting in an office. They love the action and gratification that comes with being in customer premises closing a sale – and helping their prospect.

Ten Tests Of A First Rate Intelligence

The test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposing ideas in the mind at the same time and retain the ability to function. Here are ten such tests:

1.        Combining confidence with humility.

2.        Envisioning success without underestimating competition.

3.        Being individualistic while identifying with the group.

4.        Maintaining loyalty to the organization while having the courage to criticize it.

5.        Mixing the risk of failure with a need to succeed.

6.        Finding own style while contributing to the team.

7.        Having well-defined plans and procedures while improvising.

8.        Being disciplined and yet being creative.

9.        Holding specialist job and acting multi-skilled.

10.     Carefully analyzing yet acting fast.

Source: David Freedman’s CORPS BUSINESS