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.
This seminar provides a methodology for business process design and gives participants experience in applying the methodology to one or more of their organisations.
The course is designed to help attendees (managers, team leaders, HR professionals, etc) understand: a) the benefits of conducting the conversation early; b) how to prepare for and structure the discussion; c) the skills which can be employed, and d) bringing closure to the discussion.
This course will help you communicate values that are clear and relevant to each employee at every stage of their relationship with the organisation.
Innovation is an increasingly important capability for all organisations and will be even more important once the economy improves to help businesses capture new market opportunities.
The course will cover: the initial due diligence needed by the acquiring business; what the legal implications are for staff; whether the TUPE regulations will apply and if so how to consult with staff; how to manage the transfer of staff to a new employer; and how to harmonise terms and conditions of employment.
The Investigation Skills Training programme is designed to provide attendees with an understanding, process, framework, and tool set to enable Managers to undertake such an investigation working with a proven methodology.
Attend this course to improve decision making within your business and improve the decisions you and your team are making about your people and organisational effectiveness.
Attend this workshop to understand how performance management can be ‘enhanced’ – perhaps better phrased as ‘re-engineered’ – to have a true and significant impact on business performance.
Attend this seminar to learn about, and discuss, what really makes change work. We will review Kotter, then discuss other perspectives and participants’ experiences. In fact, we will do as much as it is possible to do in one day to maximise the odds of participants’ own change programmes being successful.