Effective HR Business Partnering
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The first of two 1-day HR Business Partner masterclasses.
Both masterclasses cover a range of topics from the more behavioural and attitudinal side of partnering excellence, to building specific knowledge around OD, talent management, HR metrics and performance. They offer a stimulating mix of input, exploration and peer discussion.
Part 1 focuses on:
- understanding the business partner role
- building credibility and trust
- partnering attitudes
- developing commercial acumen.
Participants will leave having explored their own strengths against a best practice, research-validated benchmark, with a strong foundation upon which to continue to develop their partnering capability.
Benefits to the organisation
An HR business partner who is commercial, business outcome-focused and skilled in supporting, advising, coaching and challenging business leaders. People and organisational capability is the key differentiator in strategic deployment and competitive advantage.
Benefits to the individual
* Understand how your current capability stacks up against best practice, and translate this to the context of your role. * Close the gaps and further develop your confidence * Build your knowledge around topics which are of critical and increasing importance to the HR business partner role
- The changing context of HR and the business partner role
- Translating to new capability challenges
- The modern business partner value proposition
- Commercial acumen - linking your role to business outcomes
- Building functional credibility
- Building individual credibility
- Effective behaviours and attitudes
Who should attend
Who is the masterclass for?
Both new and experienced HR Business Partners, Consultants and Managers. Also high potential HR talent and HR leaders looking to understand how they might develop their wider HR population