HR Business Partnering
Nearly 15 years on from Dave Ulrich's "HR Champions", business partnering is still the aspect of HR transformation which organisations find most difficult to implement. In many cases, the intended behaviours and impacts of this role never materialise. But there are organisations which are implementing business partnering well.. it can be done. Attend this seminar to catch-up with the latest thinking on HR business partnering and to fully understand what the role can look like, the skills and behaviours involved, and how existing HR generalists can be transformed into effective business partners. With the support of the trainer and other attendees, reflect on how the role can be tailored to, and then developed in, your own organisation Also review how you can build the credibility of your HR function to lead the creation or renewal of embedded HR teams.
- Catch-up with the latest thinking on HR business partnering.
- Fully understand what the role can look like.
- The skills and behaviours involved.
- How existing HR generalists can be transformed into effective business partners.
- Reflect on how the role can be tailored to.
- Then developed in your own organisation.
- Also review how you can build the credibility of your HR function to lead the creation or renewal of embedded HR teams.
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Few of the companies he has worked with over the years: Aviva, AXA, QBE, HSBC, Lloyds, VTB, National Bank of Abu Dhabi, Boots, Mr Price Group South Africa, Big Lottery Fund, West Midlands Police, UK local authorities, OSI Food Solutions, Barilla, AP Moller Maersk, RasGas and Coca Cola Indonesia.