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Effective HR Business Partnering

Understand the fundamentals of effective HR business partnering as well as practical approaches to talent and people management.

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Effective HR Business Partnering focuses on understanding the HR business partner (HRBP) role and how it is affected by the changing world of work and HR.

The masterclass will help you look at your role in context and understand how to deliver best practice in an increasingly complex area. It covers both the behaviours and skills of business partnering, including the HRBP value proposition; building credibility and trust; partnering attitudes; and developing commercial acumen.

After looking at the fundamentals of business partnering you will further develop your confidence by building your knowledge around topics such as talent, performance, reward, and succession planning.

You will leave having explored your strengths and development needs, providing a strong foundation upon which to continue developing your partnering capability.

Key benefits

For individuals

  • Understand how new developments in business, work and HR are changing the HRBP role
  • Evaluate your current capabilities against industry best practice
  • Work with a supportive peer group who share similar challenges
  • Develop the confidence, mindset and strategic capability to be a proactive leader in your organisation
  • Develop skills relevant to talent and performance management

For businesses

  • HR is becoming more of a strategic partner to the business in order to deliver change and competitive advantage. This masterclass helps you move towards this goal
  • Develop HRBPs who are commercial, business outcome-focused, and skilled in supporting, coaching and challenging business leaders

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Paul Lambert - Henley Business School Finland

Paul Lambert

Programme Director, People & Organisational Change

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