Learn about helping managers define improvement goals and manage ER issues.
- One of the most impactful areas where…an HR business partner can spend their time…is by helping empower managers to lead…and support their people.…Consider offering regular training sessions…for managers in areas like effective one on one meetings,…career conversations, providing constructive feedback,…and resolving conflict.…Whether you deliver these trainings yourself…or use specialized learning and development resources,…these efforts will pay off in the long run…in the form of an enriched employee experience.…I've also found that by enabling managers…to effectively support their people,…you'll need to spend less time managing…day to day performance issues, freeing up time…to partner closely with leaders…on broader talent initiatives.…
I suggest meeting with any new manager…who joins your client organization…within their first few weeks on the job.…This applies to managers joining from the outside…of the company, other parts of the business,…or individual contributor employees…who are transitioning into a people management role.…
Instructor Michael McLernon discusses the function of HR within an organization, and the skills needed to be successful as an HR business partner, regardless of company size or structure. In addition, he goes over the primary role of an HR business partner, highlighting specific areas where this role can add value to a business. Michael also covers how to engage with leaders, managers, and employees on key talent initiatives such as organization design, performance management, and employee engagement. Finally, he shows how to assess the impact of your efforts, and modify your approach as your organization—or the scope of your role—changes.
- Serving your clients
- Establishing credibility and trust
- Areas of focus for an HR business partner
- Facilitating organizational change
- Supporting talent decision processes
- Training and empowering managers
- Scaling and assessing your efforts
- Partnering internally
- Measuring your impact
- Tailoring your approach