In recent times, CEOs and top executives have been concerned about the contribution of HR to the execution of business strategy and the achievement of business goals. In response, HR practitioners are moving away from their traditional job titles to HR Business Partner.
Ultimately, however, the contribution of HR shall be measured not by the titles of HR managers but by the extent to which HR develops plans and strategically aligns them to business strategies and goals. Becoming a strategic business partner requires a completely new orientation, and a departure from activity-based HR to strategic HR.
1. HR as a Support Function
2. The Strategic HR Model
3. The 3 Phases of the Strategic Partnership Process
4. Strategic HR Reporting
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At the end of the programme participants will be able to:
1. Utilize the strategic HR model when assessing their HR departments.
2. Apply the strategic HR partnership process when preparing their annual HR plans.
3. Utilize the strategic HR partnership model when measuring HR contribution to organization strategies and goals.
4. Apply the strategic HR reporting format when preparing monthly or quarterly HR reports.
Date: August 13&14, 2015
Time: 9.00 am-4.00 pm
Venue: HR CENTRE, No. 6 OTSWE LINK, NYANIBA ESTATES, ACCRA
Full Member: GHS550
Corporate Member: GHS550
Student Member: GHS450
Affiliate Member: GHS 500
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Mode Of payment: Cheque payable to the Institute of Human Resource Management Practitioners, Ghana (IHRMP)
Payment must be done by August 10, 2015 to confirm participation.