Looking to improve the contribution of HR or to up skill the HR team? Need help to develop and implement a project? Need to improve employee engagement? Need support for HR?
There is a lot of discussion on social media sites, such as LinkedIn and ACAS, and elsewhere concerning the role of HR and the value of its contribution to organizational performance and development. HR people have been criticised for not being sufficiently business orientated, or that their service is not proactively aligned and integrated with their organization’s goals and strategies.
Most commentators understand the traditional role that HR can play in maintaining compliance with legislation, but even this can be outsourced these days. Many organizations and CEOs are looking for a more proactive contribution to the development of their organizations within an environment of ongoing change, but question whether their HR teams have the capabilities to do this. The rise of the HR Business Partner and the Internal Consultant are examples of HR’s response to this.
HR people can call on Bob’s business experience, and his experience as an HR professional (Why Use HRizons?) to help develop these areas through, for example, team workshops or one to one coaching sessions in