CRF Learning: Becoming an Effective HRD
27 - 28 May 2020
Brooklands Hotel, Weybridge
ABOUT THIS PROGRAMME
The purpose of HR is not simply to ‘do HR’ but to build the capability of the organisation to deliver its strategy and create value. Building this capability as an effective HR Director requires a blend of technical HR, business and interpersonal skills.
This programme will expand on this business centric approach to HR, enhancing your understanding of how HR delivers value. The programme will improve your capability in planning, implementing and evaluating HR initiatives and supporting you in managing key organisational relationships.
BENEFITS OF ATTENDING
This programme will focus on the high-level behaviours and skills that CRF’s research has identified successful HR Directors have and display. Building on your technical competence, the programme will increase the impact you have on organisational performance.
The programme provides practical tools covering key concepts including:
A deep understanding of value creation – how HR can create sustainable value, balancing the short-term needs of shareholders with the long-term needs of a broader set of stakeholders.
How to apply your understanding of HR theory and practice against these commercial and strategic imperatives to create credibility
within the business.
When, where and how to use evidence in decision making against relying on ‘gut instinct’ alone.
Understanding the importance of delivering HR’s foundations efficiently, flexibly and simply.
Ensuring managers and leaders take their responsibility seriously
Bringing fresh new thinking and ideas from the outside world into your organisation
Measuring what we do against business outcomes, not against HR activity
How to be ‘politically savvy’ and deliver initiatives in complex and ambiguous organisations
creating integrity and balance in all aspects of the role.
Following your successful completion of the programme, your capability in planning, implementing and evaluating HR initiatives will increase as will your strategic and commercial thinking and your personal impact as part of the leadership team.
This session will be followed up by Module Two on 25th June 2020 in Central London.