Aligning the ‘People’ Plan for Success – The vital connection between People Development, Operations and Strategy.
In many successful organisations today, HR is becoming known as ‘people development’ and taking on a greater role. People development and the management of human capital is fast becoming a prerequisite for leadership, operational decision making and strategic planning. A long-term plan created to achieve objectives relating to the ‘people aspects of business’ is important for business survival and growth.
Join Business Women Australia for a working lunch in the HHG Boardroom as Emma Driscoll,
Director of Vouch explains the connection between HR Operations Management and Strategy. Hear the ways that leaders can clearly identify and articulate the people components and cultural elements of a business strategy while setting goals that are focused on the right outcomes.
We are in the era where non-billable functions are under increasing daily pressure to produce a more direct impact on business results. The rationale for this pressure is easy to understand as businesses are being challenged by customers, boards, technology, competition and investors to do more and be more. The need to have both operations and strategy for Human Resources will be key to the future success of any business, large and small.
Emma will provide her expert insights and a basic framework that you can use to undertake a high-level audit of where your People strategy sits today.
A light lunch will be provided. Numbers are limited so be quick in securing a place at the boardroom table.
This event is sponsored by HHG Legal Group.
About Emma Driscoll – Premium member of Business Women Australia and Director of Vouch, Emma is a human behaviours specialist bringing 20 years of practical experience in people management, team building and mentoring as well as strategic planning in HR. Emma has strong skills in leadership and people management; including performance management, behavioural profiling and executive mentoring. She is renowned for her ease in working with leaders and managers, partnering to get the best out of people and teams by fine-tuning the bigger picture into manageable actions for business.
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