At the Successful HR Business Partnering Conference 2014, Graham Salisbury, the head of human resources at ActionAid UK, will discuss the HR’s role in delivering business success. Attendees at the event, which is taking place in London on 18th November 2014, will hear Graham explore some key issues in HRBP, including:
- Is there no alternative to the Ulrich model?
- What are the capabilities required of HR Business Partners?
- Transforming the HR team into effective partners
- Collaborating for increased impact
Graham is one of the six initial speakers to be announced for the conference, with details of all the others now available on the Successful HR Business Partnering Conference event page.
Graham is well placed to advise other senior HR professionals, given his wealth of HR strategy and implementation experience. Prior to joining ActionAid, Graham enjoyed a successful career in the commercial aerospace and defence sectors, and has also undertaken senior roles in human rights organisations such as Amnesty International.
Heading up ActionAid’s HR team, Graham’s role encompasses the full spectrum of HR activities, with a major focus on HR strategy, organisational development, leadership and employee development, and employee engagement. He is particularly keen to ensure that HR practitioners keep abreast of academic research into how HR strategy can be most effectively delivered in the workplace. His work in raising the profile of HR in the not-for-profit sector has featured in People Management, HR Magazine, Changeboard and the Guardian.
If you would like to meet Graham along with 100+ HR professionals that will be attending the event, make sure to book your place now.
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