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HR Capability

HR/L&D Core Capability
 

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HR Masterclasses for developing HR/L&D professionals

 

The journey
Our journey here is aligned very closely to our mission and vision. It's about getting organisational results with people, that benefits not only it's external customers, the community as a whole but provides a supportive environment for it's staff that allows them to grow and flourish.

It's a simple proposition, but often complex to deliver, especially without focus.

Getting Results
In this info-graphic we see the main HR DELIVERY MODEL to create a successful HR function for the future where information and technology are the building blocks of stakeholder integrated decision making. Against a backdrop of contextual global understanding and deep internal capability insight, fully integrated with organisational values and goals, this can only lead to incredible added value and great organisational partnerships.

How do you make it happen? What do you skills do you need?
Delivery of results requires a confident, focused professional consummate with both the technical and business skill sets and knowledge pools required to impress key stakeholders. Our model below shows the key areas of competence for an HR professional, the L&D models are further below.

 

The Thinking HR Professional Competency Map

Why develop yourself or your team?
Change brings challenges. Fast paced change brings BIGGER challenges. To equip yourself with the right tools, attitude and skill sets to get to grips with everything that is thrown at you can be a major hurdle, yet it is possible to be ready and build a great 'A' TEAM.

Building Capability in the Learning and Development Function

As you can see below, the foundations are based on the same premise as HR. 4 key ingredients to success which form the governance of a fully rounded and successful L&D DELIVERY MODEL:


How do you make it happen? What do you skills do you need?
Delivery of results requires a confident, focused professional consummate with both the technical and business skill sets and knowledge pools required to impress key stakeholders. Our model below shows the key areas of competence for an L&D professional:

The Thinking HR Professional L&D Competency Map

The foundations for a successful and effective career in L&D are identified out here and touch on some of the most vital processes that L&D SHOULD be involved in and the skills and knowledge required to be able to make a valuable contribtuion:

As expectations of the central HR& L&D functions in organisations have rapidly changed, more and more leaders are recognising and seeing evidence of people value in the Organisational Profit/Value Equation:
 

This means, HR and L&D has a massive role to play in organisational effectiveness.

So slick processes combined with an innovative approach and adaptability to change but with focused action is achievable if you have enagaged capable people. Diminish that you kill the result at the end of the equation.

All this is driven by effective LEADERSHIP.

This is why HR and Learning functions can have a major impact on organisational effectiveness simply by the quality of the managers and leaders they employ and develop.

History

The history of HR and L&D is not always a pretty one. From unionised environments of the 70's, to the change in title from personnel to human resources and the move towards using the term human capital. An evolving series of moves which seem tantilisingly close to achieve what most HR & L&D professionals want to be:

  1. RECOGNISED
  2. APPRECIATED
  3. UTILISED

For what they bring to the table and the difference they make.

Here is the list of currently available masterclasses that have been designed to help you achieve those goals. We have a competency circle and career journey map which can guide you to all sorts of development opportunities, whatever your learning style.

 

Latest Masterclass Events


Blog Burst!

Also here are our latest blog burs posts, with helpful hints, tips and discussion on various HR and Learning topics: