Is your HR team ready to take the lead in driving a major organizational change or transformation? Whether your organization is preparing for a merger or acquisition, launching a new strategy or implementing a new technology, HR has a critical role to play. Watch this Webcast on Demand for a practical discussion on how to prepare and position your HR function to take a leadership role in organizational change. The webcast will review:
What it really means for HR to be a Change Architect and the unique contribution HR can make during a major transformation
How to expand your organization's view of change and help key stakeholders understand HR's value in the change process
Best practices and common challenges for HR leaders preparing their teams for change
A tool to assess your HR department's strengths and weaknesses
Practical tips to build your team's change leadership capabilities
Blog | Author: Judah Kurtz, BPI group | Source: HCI
| Published:April 11, 2014
In our last post, we talked about the factors driving coaching’s rise to prominence in the workplace, the foundations for solid coaching, and how to get into the coaching mindset. Now, let’s look at how to refine your leader-coach skills to deliver that shared success for which you and your employees strive.
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