HR Human Resource Course: US Certified Global Human Resource Manager (CGHRM)

3 days certified training from Future of Talent Institute in Bali July 2019. Modules: Strategic HR Management, New Performance Management, Cultural Competency, Automation & AI (Artificial Intelligence) and Its Impact on HR, Global Talent Acquisition & The Future of Work, Learning as a Platform-New Ways of Developing the Workforce, Organization Development, Powering HR with Analytics.

Certified Global Human Resource Manager (CGHRM)
08-10 July 2019, Bali-Indonesia

About Institute
Future of Talent Institute, is a think tank and membership-driven educational & networking endeavor that has been examining the talent world since 2005. We research the trends, events, and ideas that are changing human resources, talent management, recruiting, learning, work and the work environment. We have an active blog site and we encourage guest bloggers. Members have access to white papers, podcasts, presentations, and the output of our previous Retreats. From time-to-time, we also offer regional events. Future of Talent Institute office is based in San Francisco, US.

Why Certify
This Certification Program is a core certification program of the Future of Talent Institute. This program offers the designation of CGHRM (Certified Global Human Resource Manager) to candidates who demonstrate their understanding of the fundamentals of the profession through the successful completion of rigorous professional certification examinations based upon the Human Resource Management Body of Knowledge (HRMBOK).

Training in English

Eligibility Requirements

A minimum of 4 years of professional-level experience in HR (Human Resource) position with a Bachelor degree or global equivalent.

CGHRM Designation
Successful candidates (passed the test with minimum score 60) are granted the designation of CGHRM. The designation CGHRM may be used just as similar recognitions are employed in finance, accounting, insurance, medicine, law, and other professions.  Either the full expression or the initials may be used after the individual’s name on business cards, stationery, etc.

Certification Cycle
Individuals who have earned a certification designation are required to be recertified every five years.

3rd day of training, from 3pm-5pm
80 multiple-choice questions
2 hours length
Estimate 4 weeks after the course we will deliver the certifications to the office of participants (for participants who passed the exam).

Titus Pereira

Kevin Wheeler
Future of Talent Institute, Chairman
San Francisco, United States

Kevin Wheeler is an entrepreneur, teacher, consultant to many Fortune 500 companies, as well as a noted author. He has founded a number of organizations including the Future of Talent Institute, Global Learning Resources, Inc. and the Australasian Talent Conference, Ltd.  The Future of Talent Institute provides research, white papers, and a forum for senior talent leaders to learn, discuss, and share with each other their best practices, success stories and problems. The essence of the Future of Talent is to bring smart people together with experts and researchers and probe at the edges of talent trends to see what emerges. In 1998, he founded and is the President of Global Learning Resources, Inc. which focuses on helping organizations architect long lasting and flexible talent strategies.

Kevin has been a research affiliate at the Institute for the Future and his consulting practices takes him all over the globe where he sees, firsthand how the impact of economics, education, diversity, and age affects talent and how it is valued and appreciated.

He is the author of hundreds of articles on talent management, career development, recruiting, human capital, leadership and on corporate universities and learning strategies. He works in a wide variety of countries including Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, China, Thailand, The Netherlands, Canada, Chile, and Italy.

His latest book is entitled The Corporate University Workbook: Launching the 21st Century Learning Organization.He has contributed chapters to several additional books including, recently, a chapter on leadership and recruiting in “On Staffing: Advice and Perspectives for HR Leaders.” He is currently writing a book on the changing nature of work and new requirements for talent in the 21st century. He has served as adjunct faculty at the University of San Francisco and on the business faculty at San Francisco State University.