No single role in HR suffers from a crisis of identity more that the HR Business Partner. While many are calling for HR to serve a more strategic role there are others that say HR’s job is to primarily provide a service role focused on the tactical tasks that support the needs of employees and supervisors. Amid these diametrically opposed concepts comes the HRBP – a role designed to serve as a conduit between the tactical and the strategic functions of both HR and the business.
So what’s holding back HRBPs? Is it the skills gap associated with the historical generalist role as compared with being a strategic business partner? Is it a lack of organizational enablement or understanding of the strategic power of the role? Or is it something else?
Join a panel of HR leaders for an informative and interactive session based on new research from the Human Capital Institute and hosted by an instructor of the HCI sHRBP certification.
You will learn:
The necessary steps to ensure your organization is ready to implement a truly strategic HR partnership
The biggest barriers to shedding the tactical process-driven tasks and how to overcome them
The skills and mindset needed to operate in a truly strategic way
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