McLean & Company, a leading human resources (HR) research and advisory services firm and a division of Info-Tech Research Group, has launched its THRIVE360 Academy, which is available to all HR professionals globally wanting to achieve a strategic depth and gain a competitive edge. This all-encompassing world-class learning program is built on McLean & Company’s extensive HR and leadership research and grounded in SHRM’s (Society for Human Resource Management) organizational capability model.
“THRIVE360 Academy is an ideal step toward investing in HR development and is a practical and impactful program designed to help HR professionals excel in today’s changing world,” said Ashley Michael, director, learning solutions, McLean & Company, “HR professionals are navigating unprecedented times and supporting a workforce that is diversified on the basis of where they work, how they work, and who they work with, like never before. Remaining agile is now a job requirement and HR professionals need an easy but effective way of keeping their skills up-to-date.”
SHRM is a professional human resources membership association and the leading expert on issues impacting today’s evolving workplaces with 300,000+ HR and business executive members worldwide. McLean & Company leveraged SHRM’s organizational capability model to create the THRIVE360 Academy program, supported by the SHRM framework of HR excellence, with each course offering credit for SHRM recertification.
THRIVE360 Academy also features the following benefits:
- 18 comprehensive courses for HR professionals to develop themselves, covering the 18 Practice Areas in the SHRM organizational capability model.
- The Academy offers the flexibility to take any course at any time, allowing participants to focus on essential and timely skills.
- Participants can gain practical skills while earning professional development credits for SHRM recertification.
- McLean & Company sends a certification upon completion of each module, which can be easily shared on LinkedIn to feature credibility.