You might have noticed that Tech is radically disrupting the HR space at a phenomenal speed and our ways of working in HR is quickly becoming outdated.
We need to jump aboard the new HR band wagon and create a HR that is fit-for-future-purpose. Through strategic HR visioning and planning HR can reassess what areas of people management are vital to contributing to the organisations bottom line and its future goals. Ultimately, this will lead to HR gaining a seat at the proverbial table.
This two hour introductory session will give you…
New techniques on how to identify and meet business needs
Move from a “dream” to building a roadmap of HR “reality”
How to eradicate complexity from your processes
Add a pinch of marketing to your Strategic “HR” plan
Encourage strategic thinking through future thinking
Understand why strategic thinking is a “must have” competency in ALL HR functions
Who should attend:
Anyone involved in HR who wants to become more strategic – i.e. HR managers, Senior HR professionals, HR consultants, HR directors etc.
More about Alexia
Dr Alexia Cox has a PhD from Stellenbosch University and owner of Merging Minds. She has worked for large international corporations across the globe always looking for the next challenge. Over the last 10 years she has worked in a variety of HR functions and environments that have not only given her valuable HR and business exposure but also insight into the significance of planning for HR’s future.
She is quickly becoming known as a HR disruptor with a passion for the FUTURE of HR and loves writing articles about it!
What others have said...
"I was exposed to ideas and concepts that were new and exciting, despite having spent 20 years training people."
"I was encouraged that there is someone like Alexia standing up and showing that there is so much more that HR practitioners can do and so many more interesting ways in which they can add value to their organisations. Also, that the HR practitioners have a responsibility to rise to the challenge within their organisations and lead the way in creating a more inclusive business strategy."
"Alexia has a great training style which ensured she got the most out of people and has a true enthusiastic and positive approach regardless of any obstacles she encountered."
– Wei Feng Tram