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HR Business Partnering: How to Diagnose Skills Gaps, Develop Capabilities and Become a Genuine Business Partner
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HR Business Partnering: How to Diagnose Skills Gaps, Develop Capabilities and Become a Genuine Business Partner

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Loose-leaf 224 Pages / Published: 23/08/2006
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Business Partners, Internal Consultants or Client Relationship Managers, the job titles vary but the fundamental requirements are the same. Business focused, value-driven HR is the future for the profession. Yet many, even within HR, doubt that many HR teams will be able to perform as business partners without acquiring new skills. In a recent survey, 80 per cent of HR directors said that they believed that their team needed to develop new skills to meet the needs of their organisation. The top five skills gaps they identified were: influencing and political skills; strategic thinking; the ability to deliver results to achieve a target; leadership ability; and business knowledge. But having the skills is not enough - applying them in the chaotic and frantic world of work while still delivering the transactional duties of HR is the real challenge. This toolkit helps you to first identify those skills gaps and develop your team's capability and then to apply those skills to become genuine business partners. The detailed diagnostic self assessments and development activities in "The HR Business Partnering Toolkit" help you and your team develop and improve the skills you need. The implementation models, process maps and case studies show you how to apply those skills to the real challenges facing your organisation. This toolkit shows you how to enable your HR team to deliver demonstrable value to your organisation.

Publisher: Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development
ISBN: 9781843981541
Number of pages: 224
Weight: 1880 g
Dimensions: 309 x 269 x 61 mm

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