Becoming an Effective HRD
HR should build the capability of the organisation to deliver its strategy and create value, requiring a blend of technical HR, business and interpersonal skills from an HR Director. This programme takes a business-centric approach to enhance your understanding of how HR delivers value. It will improve your capability in planning, implementing and evaluating HR initiatives and support you in managing key organisational relationships.
Module One: 7-8 Jun 2021
Course in Detail
About this Programme
Becoming an Effective HRD 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. It will provide practical tools covering key concepts.
Who Should Attend?
Attendees will typically be the Head of an HR Centre of Excellence / Expertise, Head of an HR Shared Services Operation or a Senior HR Business Partner. You should be aspiring to your first HR Director role, be new in position as HR Director or be looking to significantly increase your effectiveness and business impact as an existing HR Director.
Benefits of Attending
Develop a deep understanding of value creation, including how HR can create sustainable value
Learn how to apply your understanding of HR theory and practice against these commercial and strategic imperatives to create credibility within the business
Develop an understanding of the importance of delivering HR’s foundations efficiently, flexibly and simply
Understand when, where and how to use evidence in decision making, and how to ensure managers and leaders take their responsibilities seriously.
After 17 years in HR leadership roles in global organisations like Arthur Andersen and Vodafone, Nick spent 10 years at Henley Business School where he was a visiting professor and Director of the Centre for HR Excellence. He has developed and delivered HR capability programmes for organisations across the UK and Europe, and internationally.