London: 5th December 2017
Price: £550 + VAT
According to the CIPD, the Business Partner model is the most commonly adopted HR service delivery model, with almost 50% of organisations employing business partners in their ranks.
But operating as an HR business partner requires a vastly different array of skills compared to more transactional forms of HR service delivery.
It requires a much deeper and broader understanding of your organisation, the ability to work alongside all levels of management, greater self-awareness and impact, expertise in creating and leading change and the maintenance of a business focus. Not an easy set of skills to develop!
One of our most popular HR events, this expert seminar will help you build this skill set and benchmark your current experience against best practice and other organisation`s activities.
“ Exceeded expectations ”
Tracey Channing, HR Partner, Wiltshire College
“ Very engaging, useful insight into what makes a good HR business partner ”
Fleur Warren, Senior HR Officer, European Bank of Reconstruction and Development
“ Very well organised event and will take a lot from it ”
Abiagail Rhodes, Group HR Advisor, The Jockey Club
“ Very enjoyable and informative ”
Jo Knight, HR Officer, Babergh District Council
“ Really good seminar which has helped me to identify key areas for me to focus on in my business partner role ”
Nicola Montgomery, HR Business Partner, Airbus UK
“ Interesting and helpful Enjoyable & useful – thanks! ”
Emma Bowron, HR Advisor, GMPTE
“ Very informative & structured ”
Laxmi Russo, People Manager, InBev UK
“ I thought it was a well focused and thought provoking day ”
John Forrester, Compensation and Benefits Manager, London South Bank University
“ It was an enjoyable overview, great feel and non-threatening ”
Abigail McElligott, HR Representative, Illumina
“ Excellent ”
Sarah Gionis, HR Business Partner, International Financial Data Services
“ Informative, interactive, beneficial & relevant ”
Janine, Dennis, Senior HR Advisor, IPC Media
“ Very informative, friendly & professional, a real benefit ”
Karen Blackburn, HR Business Partner, International Financial Data Services
“ Very informative & interactive ”
Natalie King, HR Manager, Wedlake Bell
“ Very impressed! ”
Becki North, HR Advisor, Newsprinters
“ Very useful with a good balance between theory and making it live for personal development ”
Alison Felton, HR Operations Manager, Chelmsford Borough Council
“ This was an excellent course, the trainer was very knowledgeable and very engaging ”
Corinne Cunningham, HR Business Partner, Bedfordshire & Luton Partnership Trust
“ Very good and a lot of information gained ”
Kerry Leather, HR Manager, Cadence Design Systems
“ Very good course, good balance of theory and practical exercises ”
Julie Frost, HR Manager, International Financial Data Services
“ Very useful, very good insight into BP role ”
Sally Zenonos, HR Business Partner, London Borough of Camden
“ Informative, re-energised my focus on business partnering and commitment to make a difference ”
Sarah Carey, HR Advisor, Aston University
“ Very informative, interactive and interesting ”
Natalie Reynolds, HR Advisor, Antony Hodari & Co
“ A really well thought through training session delivered by a real expert. All in all, a great help towards my effectiveness in my new role. Thank you. ”
Caroline, HRA, KITS - In-Company Client
“ Very, very good. I think my team learned a huge amount, as did I. ”
Toby, Head of HR, KITS - In-Company Client
“ Helped to confirm my understanding of a HRBP ”
Julia Reece, Senior Human Resources Manager, Wolters Kluwer Health
“ Excellent, clear and to the point, very helpful ”
James Fuggle, Junior Business Partner, Forensic Science Service
“ Better than expected, very practical/useful ”
Claire Wallington, HRBP, Coventry Building Society
“ Very thought provoking and some good practical tools to take away and apply at work ”
Stephen Brown, HRBP, Costa
Registration and coffee
Welcome, introduction and outline of objectives
Operating as an HR business partner: classifying the characteristics
Getting HR into the heart of the business: knowing the business inside-out
Approaches to help you assess your priorities as a business partner
Making a connection between activity and achievements: measuring your contribution to the business
Using key techniques for building relationships as an HR business partner
Building credibility: influencing decisions as an HR business partner
Close of seminar
I have many years’ experience across a range of HR and L&D functions and activities. My current work is in both the strategic and practical areas of people management and leadership, and aligning these to business performance. I deliver tailored client programmes, open courses and conducts one-to-one coaching sessions.
Working with BI Worldwide Ltd, I have seen the company through a significant period of change. I have previously worked with BT in a number of roles, the last being in Global Services, supporting an international community. I also have extensive experience of working in executive and personal coaching, individually, and in the case of executives, as teams. I work across private and public sectors.
I am a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), Associate Member of the Association for Coaching (AMAC), and have gained a variety of additional HR qualifications and psychometric accreditations.
Key areas of expertise:
HR directors and managers, HR officers and advisors, HR business partners, compensation and benefits experts, resourcing specialists.
Receive a 20% discount when you book more than one event, or book more than one person on the same event. Please note this discount only applies to the lesser priced booking and when all bookings are placed together.
You are entitled to a 25% discount on your booking if you are a registered charity. This discount will show on your invoice once your booking is submitted. You will need your charity registration number for the booking form.
Choose the right approach for you:
The most valuable form of learning delivery continues to be the face-to-face classroom-based event. Engaging with expert speakers and fellow participants in relaxed two-way discussion in a distraction-free environment offers a valuable and practical learning experience.
All JSB programmes take place in top venues in central London and participants report that they greatly value the opportunities that these events provide for learning and networking.
For groups of 4 or more people, any of our seminars and webinars can be tailored and delivered in-house. We will adapt case studies to suit your organisational culture and specific challenges. We ensure that the learning is engaging, relevant and easily applied.
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.
You can only listen to the webinar over the internet through the Webex system, for which you will need headphones or speakers. A conference call dial in option is not available.
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Any course can be delivered on an in-house basis.