Influencing the Heart of Business
Do you want to be an effective HR practitioner? Are you looking to improve your HR department?
We develop credible Human Resource Practitioners to partner closely with an organisations’ senior leadership and management teams in order to develop an effective HR agenda to support the organisational objectives. The necessity of HR business partnering is growing as more organisations take a people-focused approach and see how important it is for agendas to align with a common goal.
Our unique approach to HR training and development encompasses the principles of strategic alignment, credible partnering (“support and challenge”), effective communication, effective and efficient resource allocation, and the ability to foster strategic and tactical networking with all stakeholders in an organisation.
Business Driven HR
Unlock the Value of Strategic HR
Advanced Skills for HR Business Partnering
Gain commitment to sustainable change and performance through credible strategic partnering
Effective Facilitation Skills Training
Harness the Productivity of Groups through Effective Facilitation and Coordination
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Frequently Asked Questions
HRD training programs are specialised types of advanced or specific business courses. They are focused on the development of human resources within an organisation, including communication skills, leadership styles, and team relationships. Some organisations choose to include their employees in these programs because it is known that increased human capital can increase organisational profits over time due to improved productivity and reduced turnover rates among workers which are costly businesses. Participants in these HRD programs often leave feeling confident about themselves as a leader, learner, team member, conversationalist with colleagues and superiors alike.
HRD stands for Human Resource and Development. HRD is a broad term, encompassing all the tasks related to managing people in an organisation.
Like many other areas of a business these days, the role of an HR manager has evolved significantly over time. The job has gone from being very passive to more proactive as their responsibilities have shifted to more strategic roles. One way HR managers can keep up with those changes is by enrolling in ongoing HR business partner training courses.