We provide two quite distinct services under coaching - We help managers to become better coaches and we coach individual managers to either address particular issues or to realize their potential.
A discussion of the "brand" of HR and how HR might or should position itself versus customer groups. What services does HR provide and how does it label and position the offering? Should there be more emphasis on benefits as opposed to selling features?
A presentation and discussion of the challenges and issues for a functional support specialist in being accepted as a partner by line managers and business decision makers.
Some guidelines on a critical skill for a leader in developing personal skill in coaching others.
Increase your Business Impact as a HR professional - Open Program
9-11 December 2014 we will also organise 3 days program "Increase your Business Imapct as a HR Professional". Build the skills to be credible as a partner in business decision making:
These are examples of what some companies are doing in terms of Talent Management and development based on what they have published on their official websites.
Some key messages from an article in HBR July-August 2009, Sylvia Ann Hewlett, Laura Sherbin, and Karen Sumberg, The Center for Work Life Policy, New York - "How Generation Y and Baby Boomers will reshape your agenda" http://hbr.org/2009/07/how-gen-y-boomers-will-reshape-your-agenda/ar/1
Key messages from an article by Jeffrey M. Cohn, Bench Strength Advisors, Rakesh Khurana,
Associate Professor Harvard, Laura Reeves, A.T. Kearney.
Key learning from and HBR Article of June 2007 by Douglas A. Ready, visiting professor London Business School &
Jay A Conger, Chair in Leadership Studies at Claremont McKenna College in California. For more detailed information refer to the article - http://hbr.org/2007/06/make-your-company-a-talent-factory/ar/1.
Key messages from an article by Jean Martin, Executive Director, & Conrad Schmidt, Chief Research Office,
Corporate Leadership Council of the Corporate Executive Board in HBR in May 2010 - http://hbr.org/2010/05/how-to-keep-your-top-talent/ar/1