HOW TO COMMERCIALISE YOUR HR FUNCTION NOW: video masterclass
Want to get 20% more done for the same money, get up to 30% more effort from 60% of people, double the effectiveness of implementation, improve customer service and create a future-focused, entrepreneurial organisation – all for almost no financial investment?
Drawing on his 30 years as a leader in the military, business and government working with organisations around the world, Chris Roebuck offers his unique insights and proven models to help HR business partners, managers and leaders to be more successful. Learn about making a compelling case for return on investment in HR to get your chief executive and chief financial officer on board, the simple tips and techniques to get the best from all your employees, how neuroscience impacts people’s behaviour in work and the three critical steps for success in HR.
1. Introduction: Why HR is not always effective 05:22
2. What do CEOs and CFOs really want from HR? 08:51
3. The three steps to adding value 08:21
4. Getting the best from ALL your people 12:52
5. The Entrepreneurial Leader 10:58
For information on each of the chapters view our video page
This series is part of The People Space’s "How to Become a More Commercial HR Leader: Re-tooling HR for Success Now" programme, featuring in addition:
• Dave Millner, leading future-of-work expert and former executive consulting partner at IBM Workforce Science, on the ‘HR Guide to the Future of Work’
• HR Most Influential Practitioner Karen Beaven on 'Shifting to HR Entrepreneur'
• Houses of Parliament Restoration and Renewal Programme lead HR Lead Wendy Cartwright on 'Commercial HR in the Public Sector'
Buy the whole programme, including bonus videos, for £129 and get a 26% DISCOUNT on the individual modules.
ABOUT CHRIS ROEBUCK
Chris Roebuck is a British economist and Hon Visiting Professor of Transformational Leadership at Cass Business School in London. He has held senior roles at UBS, HSBC, KPMG and London Underground and has advised major global organisations at board level on leadership and improving performance. As Global Head of Leadership at UBS, his work helped the bank to win Best Company for Leaders in Europe 2005 and several Excellence Awards, next to boosting performance and profits.
The UBS Strategy Project is now a Harvard Business School case study. One of the most influential human resource thinkers, he is an oft-quoted expert in major UK and international press, including the Financial Times, Wall Street Journal, CNN, Bloomberg and the BBC. More than eight billion people worldwide have seen his expertise on television.
Chris is author of 'Lead to Succeed' and 'Strategic Leadership Development' and a member of the guru group advising the British Government on employee engagement for better business performance. He previously advised on developing business leadership for competitive advantage.