HR's Place At The Executive Table: Key Steps To Boost Your Stock And Add Strategic Value
Executive leadership wants and needs an HR business partner who adds to the bottom line. The bad news, according to the Harvard Business Review, is that HR is not delivering.
Getting meaningful recognition and adding strategic value to your organization requires much more than executing administrative and compliance duties. If you want career growth, you need to connect in a meaningful way with the CEO and other top executives. But how?
It starts by attaching HR's goals to your organization's business strategy, learning the right vocabulary, aligning vendors and your organization, evaluating outside opportunities to drive your strategy and goals, raising your profile among the C-suite, and using analysis and data to provide thoughtful insights into the business. By doing these things you’ll better position yourself—and the HR department—as valuable, savvy business strategists.
Join us to learn the essential steps that can help you take your seat with C-level executives and gain the recognition you deserve.
And much more!
- Increase visibility and recognition from top-level executives and enhance leadership
- Ensure that your HR expertise is strong—and communicate that
- Express your knowledge of corporate culture effectively
- Strengthen communication by using the right vocabulary
- Align HR’s goals with the goals of your organization
- Access outside opportunities that drive business goals, and understand the strategy
About Your Presenter:
Lori Kleiman is an accomplished businessperson, entrepreneur, and leader. In her most recent corporate role, Kleiman orchestrated a group of 18 HR consultants nationally. She brought cutting edge HR techniques to the group, and fostered a practical sense of HR to small businesses. Kleiman has conducted seminars to business people and HR professionals sharing best practices and new initiatives to bring to small businesses throughout the United States. With a Master of Human Resources and the highest level of certification available in HR, an SPHR designation, she has the depth of knowledge needed to provide her clients with the foundation of traditional study and real world solutions to drive immediate action.
|Licenses / Designations / Educational Credits:||PHR / SPHR Re-Certification Credits|
All US States: 1.5
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|Keywords For This Course:|
HR, Business Strategy, C-Level Executives, Business Goals
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