September 8th 2017
Webinar: HR Business Partnering: Making an Impact
This CRF webinar explored how HR Business Partners can maximise the impact they deliver to the business. We were joined by Catherine Taylor, Group HR Director at Marston's and Cheryle Robertson, Head of Capability Development at Rolls-Royce, to explore the skills they look for in their HR Business Partners.
The broadcast explored the following questions:
What is the purpose and role of an HRBP in the organisation?
What differentiates great HRBPs and where good HRBPs spend their time?
What skills and capabilities underpin excellence in the role?
How best to develop HRBPs in your business?
This webinar may be relevant to you if you are a HRBP, as you will learn how to deliver a greater impact in your job, or as a HRD or Head of HR, you will find out what to look for in your next HR Business Partner and how best to develop them.
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