Our training events generally take place in a seminar or workshop environment with approximate 5-15 attendees and a single expert trainer leading the session.
Brand Strategy and Human Resources – Building the Employer Brand (2)Your brand needs you! The power of employer branding.
Does the external perception of your brand match the internal experience of your staff? Organisations make huge investments in their brand, growing its value into a prized asset. However, the overall brand will be weakened through neglect of the employee experience. When employees do not understand the brand proposition, or their responsibility in delivering the brand promise, it compromises the brands value and will have a negative impact on the organisation.
Brand Touchpoints (1)A touchpoint is an interaction between brand and audience that tests the brand’s integrity.
Brands are only as strong as their weakest link. This course examines how each interaction between brand and audience is a test of the brands strength. Learn through exercises and examples, how to communicate the brand idea at every touchpoint. Consider how each touchpoint is a realization of the brand. The course includes: culture, values, senses, environment and social events.
Business and HR Process Design (2)Improve HR processes and develop better processes within business teams.
This seminar provides a methodology for business process design and gives participants experience in applying the methodology to one or more of their organisations.
Developing Resilience (1)Your body doesn't know what you earn: an exploration of the four pillars of resilience.
This programme is designed to create a pause in what is happening to talented individuals, and offer an integrated approach to challenging a unsustainable situation with creativity, support and insight.
Getting to Grips with HR Business Partnering (3)Understand how to transform existing HR generalists into effective business partners.
Attend this seminar to catch-up with the latest thinking on HR business partnering and to fully understand what the role can look like, the skills and behaviours involved, and how existing HR generalists can be transformed into effective business partners. With the support of the trainer and other attendees, reflect on how the role can be tailored to, and then developed in, your own organisation
HR and Innovation (1)Reviewing the opportunities for HR teams to support innovation within their organisations and internally within HR too, plus the steps HR can take to improve effectiveness in these areas.
This session will cover the main things HR professionals need to know to support, and even lead, the innovation agenda within their organisations. In addition, HR itself is increasingly being seen as one of the last untapped opportunities for transformational innovation.
Immigration for Recruiters: Right to Work in the UK (2)Practical advice on document checking, managing visa applications and spotting illegal applicants
Immigration issues continue to be at the forefront of media attention as the Government tackle their manifesto pledge to reduce the numbers of migrants entering the UK. We have already seen changes to the employment routes; and changes to the student routes are likely in the near future. This workshop is designed to give you essential up to date information about the current workings of the Immigration Rules and to help you keep your company compliant.
Investigation Skills Training (1)Learn how to conduct an objective and thorough employee grievance investigation.
The Grievance Investigation Skills training programme is designed to provide attendees with an understanding, process, framework, and tool set to enable managers to undertake such an investigation working with a proven methodology.
Moving from Recruitment to Strategic Talent Acquisition (1)Understand how recruitment can be designed as a strategic approach to talent acquisition.
This seminar will review the major inputs to the shift in recruitment, using research, case examples, and the trainer’s and participants’ own experiences. In addition, the course will consider the impacts of the shift on participants’ recruitment activities, recruiter capabilities and their recruitment functions.
Social Media Skills for HR Professionals (1)Recognise the opportunities available from the use of social media tools for HR.
The combination of new technology and new behaviours is leading to rapid changes within the ways that organisations work. HR needs to understand and intervene within these changes, as they involve people at least as much as they do technology, and also because of the people challenges involved in managing change.
Talent Management, Employee Engagement and Organisation Performance: From definition to strategy using the ‘Six Pillars®’ Framework (2)Embed successful employee engagement practice leading to improved organisation performance.
Attending this executive workshop will ensure that, when it comes to employee engagement, you and your organisation can avoid the ‘showstoppers’ and instead embed successful employee engagement practice leading to improved organisation performance.
Transforming the Organisation (3)Techniques, tools and experiences for developing appropriate and effective organisation structures and design. The workshop will also consider how each of the areas of organisation design are currently being influenced by changes in the business environment, workforce requirements and other factors and how these are likely to affect organisations in the future.
Workforce Planning, Measurement and Analysis (6)Identifying Metrics and KPIs through Strategy Mapping and Scorecards.
Attend this seminar to learn how measures and metrics can be developed in a way that helps to drive the success of your HR strategy, your people and the organisation. Learn why an HR strategy map and scorecard provide the most effective framework for developing and managing measurement within your own organisation and rehearse this approach for your own organisation.