Transitioning HR

Transitioning HR to Strategic Facilitators and Trusted Advisers

What the business really needs from HR

  • Understanding what the business needs and knowing how to make the right intervention in an informed and powerful way
  • Being the confident, strategic facilitator and trusted adviser
  • Coaching HR and the business simultaneously across – sometimes conflicting – agendas
  • Directing focus and attention to the right places
  • Understanding and facilitating team dynamics
  • Actively and purposefully engaging people
  • Holding paradoxes with ease
  • Successfully recognising organisational development needs to identify interventions from Change and Transition, to Talent & Succession, through to Culture and Leadership
  • Reading the dynamics of the room

Defining an impressive, progressive HR professional

  • Ability to consult
  • Appreciation of commercial and financial dimensions
  • Understanding, participation in and leading team dynamics
  • Own their own character with confidence with the skills to be trusted as a strategic facilitator and line manager confidante
  • Live the balance between “doing HR things” and “being the HR catalyst”
  • Recognise behavioural patterns to facilitate people
  • Engage others through awareness, language and impact
  • Understand organisational systems theory