Strategic Human Resource & Business Partner (Master Class)
Managing Human Resources is as old as mankind itself. From the days of Personnel Management to what HR has become today, the business has called for HR to be more engaging, more interfacing and less administrative, in order to create more value for the organisation and its business.
Human Resource partnership is ever more important today than it was ever in the past, yet the real meaning of what it is and how it is carried out is not known to many.
In this three-day professional training, we bring to you the true art and science of HR business partnerships and give you opportunities to develop the practices of the actual implementation of the processes involved and what it takes for every organisation’s Human Resource to understand and work with the Business and bring to them true value the walk the extra miles….
In this three-day workshop, participants will be able to:
- Recognize the importance of HRM and Business Partnerships in Organizations
- Learn to adopt appropriate human resources principles and practices that will benefit the business
- Identify ways to bring the practices of good human resources management and development to enhance the success quotient of an organization.
- Evaluate current practices and future trends in HRM that will influence the business
Why Should You Attend?
The conversation about HR having “a seat at the table” is over. Human Resources is a critical business function, and a true HR Business Partner who is well versed in the needs of the business is critical to ensuring success. Many organizations have struggled on this front, filling the role of Business Partner with HR generalists based on demonstrated skill in HR functions. A new set of competencies grounded in a holistic view of the business is paramount.
What makes an HR professional a true Business Partner? This course focuses on three pillars for building business acumen: Financial and Analytic Capability, Improving the Workplace and Consulting, and Execution Skills. This course identifies connections and parallels between different facets of the business, outlining how the Business Partner can effectively build and overall strategy that supports short and long- term business goals.
What you stand to gain in this course includes;
- Building Financial Acumen—The language and thought processes used in making strategic business decisions
- Improving Financial Literacy—Identify the quantifiable benefits of talent initiatives and use the process the business requires to justify investments
- Acting on Meaningful Analytics—Build a Talent Scorecard that aligns key talent metrics with business objectives
- The ROI of Engagement, Collaboration and Retention—How improvements here pay for themselves over and over and how to make that case to your leadership team
- Building Trust & Transparency—The key traits that business leaders must possess in this area and how to help them build and improve them
- The Eight Drivers of Improvement in ECR—Turning Values into Observable Behaviors
- Execution & Change Management—How to accelerate and drive change
- Influencing Skills—Learn how to move audiences and recognize the stages involved in acceptance
- The Migration of the HRBP—Understand the next steps involved in implementing your new capabilities toward business impact.
Human Resources Professionals and anyone who wishes to build good HR partnerships.
- What is HR Business Partnership?
- Framework, HR Flow Process
- Aligning with Rewards systems/ Work System
- An integrated Approach to HRBP
How HR can support the business
- Corporate Philosophy, Vision & Mission, Core Values
- Core business
Aligning HR with business functions/units
- Current / Emerging HR Trends
- Changing Work Roles
- Globalization and impact on workforce, organizations, global competition and business challenges
- Cultural Competencies, Cross Cultural Dynamics, Competitive Advantage
Principles of HR business partnership
- Overcoming the challenges of the people issue
- Talent Management & Succession Planning
- Rationale for HR Business Partnerships
- Working with HR to contribute to the Values Chain
- Driving Performance Excellence
- Recruit, Reward, Retain
Approaches to help you assess your priorities as a business partner
- Analyzing where you are now, where you need to be and how to get there
- Your structure and staffing issues
- Lessons learned from organizations that have successfully implemented partnering
Making a connection between activity and achievements: measuring your contribution to the business
- Offering innovations and ideas for change: adding value to the business
- Measuring the impact of HR initiatives against business results
- Knowing what innovative HR practices other firms are using: adapting those to your organization
Using key techniques for building relationships as an HR business partner
Working alongside managers in the business: forming excellent relationships with managers in the business
- Building strong networks, both within and outside business
- Using relationships as your communication channels within the business: keeping you informed and ahead of events
Building credibility: influencing decisions as an HR business partner
- Increasing your credibility within the business and enhancing your career opportunities
- Practices of effective HR business partnerships
- Leading Change
- Aligning Learning and Development with HR
- HR Business Partner
- Action Planning and Commitment
- The HRBP Pledge
Best Practice Cases, Simulations, Facilitation & Discussions, Practicum and Action Learning.