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Webinar: £160 + VAT
Utilising appropriate analytical and measurement tools can significantly improve the value and impact of the activities that are carried out by HR business partners. Indeed, one of today’s most important macro trends concerns the ways in which HR can better utilise data, in particular big data, to support the people strategy of their organisations.
In order for HR business partners to use HR analytics effectively it is important that they have a strong understanding of how to make measurement meaningful, the sources of data and the ways in which issues can be identified, the ways in which the impact of HR activities can be assessed and the key ways by which a persuasive business case can be built.
This interactive virtual session will demonstrate how HR business partners can source, interpret and apply data and analytics. and thus take away the fear, mystery and frustration which often surround the use of measurement and analytical tools. Participants will learn how to measure the impact of even the hardest to measure and intangible HR activity and will take away tools that can help create powerful business cases to persuade key stakeholders to invest, resource and champion HR initiatives.
To ensure you get maximum value from our interactive webinars, you will participate in the following ways:
Linked webinar discounts: This is one of a series of 3 HRBP-related webinars. Other webinars in the suite are HR Business Partnering: What it means in practice and HR Business Partnering: Building credibility and influence. Attend all three for just £399 + VAT.
• Explore how measurement and analytics helps you perform and deliver as an HR Business Partner
• Meaningful measurement: making sense of measurement for those hard to measure intangibles of much HR activity, and how to move to tangible, measureable approaches crucial to ensuring impact is delivered
• Identifying and using different data sources within your organisation and beyond, both qualitative and quantitative, as critical means of identifying which issues to raise proactively as a Business partner
• Using Return of Expectation in practice: a critical tool to assess the impact of your HR activity and ensure crucial alignment and managed expectation with your stakeholders
• Building powerful business cases: structuring your recommendations and using evidence as powerful persuasive tool
Angela Qureshi heads JSB’s Education sector and Strategic HR faculty. As an HR strategist and an experienced management consultant, trainer and coach, she has extensive experience at blue chip consulting firms; Ernst & Young and Andersen Consulting (now Accenture) and as Head of HR at a large University.
Angela’s current work includes: Delivery of a leadership development programme for senior managers, currently broadening to support a wider cultural change programme (ongoing); Supporting an HR department with a process of change to move towards a more strategically focussed, business partnering approach to HR provision, encompassed by the whole function (ongoing). Angela brings useful experience and latest thinking from her work in an extensive range of sectors including professional services and finance.
Angela holds an MSc in Organisational Behaviour from Birkbeck College, University of London and a BSc Honours degree in Management Sciences from Warwick University. Angela is a Level A and Level B British Psychological Society qualified Occupational Tester, and is licensed in the OPQ and MBTI instruments.
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Our webinars are designed to be as accessible as possible for all participants.
To join the webinar you will need to have Java installed on your computer. You can download and install Java quickly and easily here.
We use Webex to deliver our webinars. It is entirely web based - all you will need is an internet browser such as Internet Explorer, Firefox or Chrome. There is no requirement to download any files to use the Webex system.
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