Build close links with your business clients, implement HR partnering strategy and ensure your organization gets the most from its people with this fully customizable toolkit.
The HR Business Partnering toolkit is a one stop resource for improving all aspects of partnering structure within an organisation. Designed for use by HR business partners and practitioners, it demonstrates how to build closer links with your business clients, ensure your organisation gets the most from its people, and implement strategy.
HR Business Partnering will help you to identify skills gaps, develop and improve the skills you need, and show you how to enable your HR team to deliver measurable value to your organisation. Using a series of customizable and practical, printed and online tools, as well as case studies such as The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) group, you will learn how to implement HR business partnering, develop as an HR business partner and assess the effectiveness of this within your organisation.
About the Series:
The HR Toolkits provide complete sets of customizable, printable resources to facilitate in-house training and development workshops and strategy design. Supplied as both ring binders and electronic files, and consisting of modules which can be used individually or combined for more extended programmes, the toolkits include ready-made practical exercises, handouts, discussion questions and more to upskill employees.
Shirley Dalziel has worked as a management consultant for the past 15 years. She is a Director of Develop UK, a consultancy specialising in HR Business Partnering.
Judith Strange is also a Director of Develop UK. She has held senior HR positions at BskyB, Prudential and Energis, and is currently working on development programmes within private and public organisations.
Mike Walters has 25 years' experience as an HR practitioner and consultant. UK-based, he has worked for Shell, the BBC, Ernst & Young, advised the CIPD and was Head of Human Resources for The Co-operative Bank.