The phrase “a seat at the table” has become a common way of referring to the role human resource professionals are striving to obtain. Above all, it means adding value to our organizations and being able to articulate that value in the language of the business.
Please join us on December 1st to learn more about ways to determine, measure, and articulate the value you and your team bring to the business, in the language of the business.
Discussion topics include:
• Asking the right questions of leadership to position yourself as a key business partner
• Creating alignment with the business strategy
• Developing methodologies for analyzing common HR data and correlating it with business results to measure talent impact
• Important talent metrics that matter to any business
Hosted by hrQ. The discussion will be led by Jeanne Kerr, Principal at Talent Insight Group, Vice President of Assessments for Dale Carnegie Global Delivery Team, and Senior Faculty Partner for the Human Capital Institute. Jeanne will be sharing examples from her newly published book, So You Want a Seat at the Table: A Practical Guide to Being a True Strategic HR Business Partner. Participants will receive a complimentary copy of this book as part of the program.
Thursday, 4:00pm – 5:15 pm , December 1, 2016
3150 Walnut St
Denver, CO 80205
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