HR Business Partners—Part I & II
Making the transition to the role of HR business partner requires that HR professionals develop or enhance their skills in key areas so that they can perform effectively and be seen by line executives, managers and employees as adding value to the business. This may mean a fundamental shift in the way the HR business partner interacts with key internal stakeholders. It also means learning more about how the business operates, how the HR organization adds value, and how to build a business case and communicate its relevance.
The Part I HR Business Partners class focuses on the role of the HR Business Partner, the internal consulting skills model and the required skills, and aligning recommendations with the strategic direction of the organization.
SHRM’s Part II HR Business Partners class will allow participants to build off the skills learned in Level I and continue to develop into the role of HR Business Partner within their organization. These include developing and managing relationships, communicating for impact, leadership coaching, facilitation skills and supporting the organization to implement change.
The class will use an integrated case study to provide opportunities to identify initiative that address the needs of the organization, as well as practice in coaching, communication and change leadership skills.
- Identify key leadership skills for HR Business Partners
- Demonstrate effective internal consulting skills
- Demonstrate business acumen and an understanding of the financial drivers of company performance
- Implement the process of developing a business case
- Performance Expectations for HR Business Partners
- Internal Consulting Skills for HR Business Partners
- Business Acumen
- Building an Effective Business Case
HR Business Partners for Individuals!
Are you an individual looking for HR Business Partner training? Please see our SHRM Seminar public course offerings for more information.
Contact us at OrgTraining@SHRM.org or 703-535-6496.