Management, Law & Human Resources Department
The Management, Law & Human Resources Department has teacher-researchers working on both the legal and human aspects of management. This cross-disciplinary approach is based on four key areas of expertise.
The lawyers in this team teach our students and training programme participants about all the legal issues and restrictions that they will encounter in their business careers, whether it be employment law, business law or competition law, both in France and internationally.
The job of the sociologists, psychologists and managers in this team is to help our programme participants to better understand the behaviour of individuals at work, which of course can vary greatly from person to person. The key issues and concepts of human behaviour can be approached on three distinct levels: individuals, teams/groups and organisations. The intellectual aspects of this subject, which are so important to the development of our "Entrepreneurs for the World", are also addressed by this team.
Human Resource Management
The job of the sociologists and managers in this team is to educate participants specifically in the area of human resource management policy. The team focuses on the entire human resource management cycle (including recruitment, pay, social relations, career management and employee departures), and also examines the context-driven, diverse nature of human resource management policy.
Leadership and Personal Development
This team of psychologists and managers helps our programme participants to increase their self-awareness by analysing their own professional and personal development. The team ensures they are equipped with the methods and tools they need to reach their career goals and deal effectively with change.