These certificates are developed by faculty and seasoned HR practitioners from Cornell University’s ILR school, the premier institution for employment, human resource, and workplace studies. The courses bring together the insights and work of leading academic researchers with instruction grounded in practice and focused on real-world application. Whether you are new to HR, an accomplished HR practitioner, or an HR leader or business partner, there is a Cornell professional certificate that fits your career objectives.
As an HR practitioner, you are often asked to determine whether an employee issue is heading into legal territory. To do this, you need guidance and a utilitarian method for assessing complex...Read More ››
Humans are born communicators. Before we become verbal, we’re very effective at sending nonverbal messages and cues. Inside organizations, we still communicate with words and gestures — in person, via video, online,...Read More ››
Did you know that almost 10% of the present-day workforce telecommutes from home? The likes of AT&T, Accenture and P&G have opted for a remote working system by partially eliminating their traditional...Read More ››
The role of today's HR manager demands broad responsibilities that include organizational leadership and strategic thinking. As the profession evolves, HR departments are being called upon to make bigger-picture decisions and to execute well-defined HR strategies that align with larger organizational strategies.Certificate details
The Executive Certificate in HR Leadership is an elite online program from Cornell University's School of Industrial & Labor Relations and eCornell developed for senior and executive-level human resources professionals, and individuals preparing to assume senior HR positions. The program is designed to build your business leadership skills and strengthen your ability to positively impact your organization’s business strategy.Certificate details
Today’s high-level HR practitioner needs to be “the total package.” He or she must demonstrate an authoritative grasp of HR fundamentals, be able to draw from a deep set of individual skills, but possess the flexibility to adjust and meet work- and situation-specific requirements.Certificate details