Strategic HR Business Partnering

18 – 19 November 2019, Kuala Lumpur

Course Introduction

Strategic HR Business Partnering

­­­­­­ Less than 20% of global HRBPs are viewed as “strategically effective” by line leaders. If they become more strategic, profits could potentially increase by 9%, employee performance by 22% and employee retention by 24%.

  • CEB Global, 2014

 The concept of HR Business Partnering has been introduced to Asia for years, yet according to latest studies, this practice is still not widely seen as being sufficiently strategic and effective to make a difference to the business. Many HR business partners (HRBPs) still find themselves burdened by cumbersome administrative tasks despite their strategic-sounding job titles.

Business partnering is one of the most complex areas in HR and many organisations struggle to make it work effectively. This often provides HR with difficulty in developing the strategic role the discipline deserves and our businesses require. Bearing this in mind, a fundamental change in mindset and top management support is crucial for the HRBP practice to gain traction among business stakeholders. HRBPs also need to see themselves as a trusted and valuable advisor to top management. They are not merely partnering with the business – they themselves are in fact a key part of the business.

Led by experienced HR business partnering and transformation expert from the UK, Jon Ingham, this two-day workshop involves highly interactive discussions and activity among delegates. Jon will also share real-world case studies to maximise the benefit of his knowledge and experience.

A multi-pronged approach encompassing business acumen, commercial instinct, analytics, project and relationship management will be employed during the course. Making business partnering work starts with understanding what it involves, and particularly what it looks like in practice, as well as its unique features in any one specific organisation. Delegates will gain a holistic understanding and appreciation of the enhanced credibility and positive contribution they could deliver to the overall business. 

The Trainer

Jon Ingham

Executive Consultant, Strategic Dynamics Consultancy Services
Based in the UK

More About The Trainer

  • Assumed the roles of Head of HR, HR Director and Consultant in large organisations such as Ernst & Young and Accenture
  • Served as Professor in Strategic Management, HR and Change Management at the American Institute of Business and Economics (Moscow, Russia) and Cotrugli Business School (Zagreb, Croatia)
  • Recognised as the #1 Top Global Online Influencer in Talent Management, 2010, the 7th Most Influential HR Thinker in the UK, 2013 and a top global HR tech influencer, 2019
  • Increased profits (EBITDA) per employee by 45% over 6 months and reduced costs by £10 million per year at large organisations in the UK
  • Author of the books ‘Strategic Human Capital Management: Creating Value through People’ (2006) and ‘The Social Organization’ (2017), contributor to the book ‘The Talent Management’ Handbook’ (2015), and writer of over 20 articles published in various well-respected HR journals

Agenda

Course Outline

1. Welcome, Introduction and Delegate Objectives

2. HR as a Business Partner

3. Strategic Partnering with the Business

4. Taking Action to Meet Strategic Needs

5. Planning to Meet and Inform Business Objectives

6. Identifying Measures and Conducting Analytics to Support the Plan

7. Developing a Strategy to Transform HR

8. Structuring HR to Enable the People Strategy

9. Taking Broader HR Action 

10. Action Planning  

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Key Takeaways

How You Can Benefit!

1. Transform the operational role of your HR Business Partner
2. Understand the critical success factors for effective HR business partnering
3. Sharpen business acumen and commercial instinct
4. Optimise opportunities presented by business changes to create new value
5. Leverage analytics to measure the business impact and ROI of HR activities
6. Transform HR effectively to develop capability and effectiveness of business partnering
7. Build top management support and change their perception of HR business partnering
8. Develop a successful action plan for implementation back in the workplace

Who Should Attend

  • HR Business Partners and Consultants

  • C-Suite Executives, in particular CEOs, COOs and CHROs

  • Directors, Vice Presidents, Department Heads, Managers and Team Leads in charge of:
    – HR Business Partnering
    – Human Resources
    – Metrics and Analytics
    – Compensation and Benefits
    – Change Management
    – Talent Management
    – Performance Management
    – Other departments in the HR function
    – HR Business Partners and Consultants

    All other professionals/business stakeholders involved in HR business partnering strategy

 

Masterclass Pricing

Group Discount: 10% off for Group Registrations of 3 delegates or more

Testimonials

What Clients Are Saying

“Jon is a very experienced trainer who gave us lots of insights and real-life practical examples. What we are doing now made complete sense to me.”

– HR Business Partner, Discovery Networks Asia Pacific

“This course offered excellent content with an extremely knowledgeable and experienced trainer.”

– Head of Reward, IKEA

“This course gave me a much better understanding of HRBP concept. I particularly liked the way Jon delivered the course.”

– Deputy General Manager, HR , S P Setia 

“Jon delivered a great course that helped me understand the HRBP model much better.”

– Senior HR Manager, The Walt Disney Company

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