It has been twenty years since Dave Ulrich introduced the concept of the HR Business Partner in his book “HR Champions”. Good HR business partnering is at the core of good HR and is the foundation for many HR transformations and reorganisations. But what makes an effective HR Business Partner?
Building sustainable performance means organisations have to be able to adapt at speed to changes in their environment. Therefore organisations’ capacity to learn and reinvent themselves is a critical capability today.
This webinar explored the state of play in the learning function today, how well equipped it is for success in today’s business context, and where the opportunities lie for improving performance.
Having a diverse representation of talent in the organisation isn’t the goal. Instead, when diverse talent feels included, valued and a core part of the team without having to become like the ‘norm’, then organisations see substantive gains in creativity, engagement and productivity. But how can we create an inclusive culture that supports diversity and productivity?
This CRF webinar examined the effectiveness of organisations’ investments in leadership development and explored how the area needs to evolve. During the 30 minute programme, the panel assessed the leadership market and discussed how organisations could be more thoughtful in their approach and evaluation of their leadership development.
Our CRF webinar examined how talent management can be better aligned with the needs of the organisation, as well as organisation strategy and purpose. During the 45 minute programme the panel assessed key challenges in talent management today and the steps HR professionals can take to reinvent talent management for the 21st Century.
Following the publication of our reportCoaching – Business Essential or Management Fad?, our inaugural webinar examined the current state of the coaching market and addressed how organisations could be more thoughtful in their approach and evaluation of executive coaching.