Posts tagged planning
Are you missing an opportunity to show how HR can make a real difference (and boost your reputation)?

An ROI process is a must for every HR and HRD function as over 300 case studies prove…

For years, proving that you are capable, flexible, at the top of your game and can deliver great results has been at the top of the agenda for many HR or HRD functions.  Gaining the credibility and respect you deserve is a natural desire, however, often great work goes unnoticed and forgotten in the ‘busyness’ of business, too much noise.

So how can we systematically prove we make a difference at every level of HR and HRD?

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HR strategic disasters have this 1 link in common...

In fact, the secret of success is linked to the quality and depth of the analysis and thorough understanding of the organisation, the HR function and the 'mood' of the stakeholders (both internal and external) as well as the organsiational macro position. These are just some of the areas for deep analysis that cause catastrophic problems.

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Is this part of your well being strategy? Parenting Classes?

In this article on City firms hiring Parenting consultants to give seminars on how to be a parent one might be surprised but the reality is organisations can do quite a lot to help the mental well being of their staff in all sorts of home/life situations that cause them stress, this just being one example.

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The 7 rich streams of a 'smart' training strategy

Are you digging for gold or coming up with only coal dust?

It seems everywhere you go...everyone can write a strategy.

That may be so, but it is a good, intelligent one, borne out of business connection that drives quality not quantity. Are you all things to all staff?

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Urgent news! Another survey highlights the worsening skills shortage.

This survey on skills shortages from Adzuna (online job board) says almost 2 vacancies for every person applying. The skills are the problem though.

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