Personal Management

Code:PEM (FP RpmP)
Language of Instruction:Czech
Completion:classified credit
Type of
Guarantor:Konečný Štěpán, Mgr., Ph.D. (IM)
Lecturer:Konečný Štěpán, Mgr., Ph.D. (IM)
Instructor:Konečný Štěpán, Mgr., Ph.D. (IM)
Faculty:Faculty of Business and Management BUT
Learning objectives:
  The objective of the course is to provide students with synthetic view on the importance of a the human element in a working process. Students will acquire basic skills and social competence enabling adaptation of a human in social situations. They will be made familiar with the process of leading of employees in the company.
  The course focuses especially on the following topics: Structure of personal activities, staff selection and recruitment a personality of the manager, professionalism, methods of leading people, professiography, methods of evalution of employees
Knowledge and skills required for the course:
  Basic knowledge in the field of personality psychology and management.
Learning outcomes and competencies:
  Students will be made familiar with the theory, as well as with the knowledge in the field of personal management, professiography, labour recruitment, leading people, motivation of employees, professional manners at work, evaluation of employees.
Syllabus of lectures:
 - Social system in the company, working groups
- Professionalism in life and work
- Requirements laid on a seccessful manager
- Structure and importance of personal management in the company
- Selection procedure and recruitment
- Professiography
- Motivation of employees towards performance
- Employees evalution methods
- Corporate culture
Syllabus of numerical exercises:
 - Job Interview, CV
- Human resource management in different types of organizations, case studies
- Analysis of advertisements, job characteristics
- Motivation, case studies
- Evaluation of workers - problematic cases, rewarding
- Identify and change of corporate culture
Controlled instruction:
  Attendance at the lecture is not obligatory. The following conditions are required for successful completion of the course:
1) Participation in seminars (max. 1 unconfirmed absence). Participation in the exercises means the active involvement of the student in real-world cases, whether as an individual or as a member of a student team.
2) successful completion of the final written test at the end of the semester with a minimum of 60% success. All materials to prepare for the test will be delivered to students in electronic form.
Progress assessment:
  Submitting the requested materials in declared control days. Absent students have to submit requested materials in an alternative term.

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