HR As A Business Partner

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The calibre of a company’s employees is crucial to its success. However, human resources—the area of an organisation whose primary responsibility is to assist its talent—isn’t often positioned as a strategic partner when it comes to making business decisions. Explore methods and approaches that can help HR business partners be more productive in their jobs and business leaders understand how to work most effectively with the HR function in this course as you learn about the changing role of human resources.

No of the size or structure of the firm, instructor Michael McLernon covers the role of HR within an organisation and the competencies required to be a successful HR business partner. In addition, he discusses the primary responsibilities of an HR business partner and identifies the particular ways in which this function might benefit a company. Michael also discusses how to interact with managers, leaders, and workers with important talent efforts like employee engagement, performance management, and organisational design. Finally, he provides advice on how to evaluate the results of your efforts and update your strategy as your organisation or the nature of your work alters.

Learning Objective: By the end of the course “HR as a Business Partner,” participants will be able to effectively apply strategic human resources (HR) concepts and practices to align HR functions with overall business goals, build meaningful partnerships with business leaders, and drive organizational success through HR strategies that demonstrate clear business value.

Specifically, participants will be able to:

  1. Understand the role of HR as a strategic business partner and its impact on organizational success.
  2. Analyze and interpret business data to identify HR opportunities and challenges and make informed decisions.
  3. Develop HR strategies that align with the overall business strategy and demonstrate clear business value.
  4. Collaborate with business leaders to proactively identify HR needs, anticipate challenges, and develop HR solutions that support business goals.
  5. Implement effective HR practices and policies that drive employee engagement, productivity, and retention, and contribute to overall business success.
  6. Build effective partnerships with business leaders, establish credibility as an HR expert, and communicate HR initiatives in a compelling and influential manner.
  7. Evaluate the effectiveness of HR strategies and initiatives using key performance indicators (KPIs) and metrics, and make data-driven recommendations for continuous improvement.
  8. Stay abreast of emerging HR trends, technologies, and best practices to remain a strategic and relevant HR business partner in a rapidly changing business environment.

Through interactive learning activities, case studies, and practical exercises, participants will gain the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively function as an HR business partner and contribute to their organization’s strategic success.

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Course Content


  • Welcome

Chapter 1 : The Role Of An HR Business Partner

Chapter 2 : Areas Of Focus For An HR Business Partner

Chapter 3 : Scaling & Assessing Your Efforts


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