2015 HR Business Partner University

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Talent Managment Alliance
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888-339-9599 x501
HR Business Partners (HRBPs) are responsible for aligning people to strategy, creating the right culture and developing future organizational capabilities that are critical for success. They are responsible for being a consultant to management on human resources-related issues to being savvy about the business unit’s financial position – and everything in between. No matter what your professional HR experience is, nothing can be more important than professional education created specifically to make you more successful, effective, and valuable to your company. That is why the 2015 HR Business Partner University (HRBPU) event will showcase six topics that are top-of-mind to HR Professionals. Each topic will have its own educational course (including actionable handouts and exercises assisted by table moderators) led by TMA’s Lead Education Strategist and/or seasoned HR Leaders, followed by a practitioner-led case-study. No matter your experience in the HR field, you will leave the HRBPU event with an arsenal of actionable strategies to deliver back to your organization, as well as the personal development benefits that three days of extreme learning provides. Our topics are: • HR Business Partner Development • HR Strategy • Total Rewards & Strategic Compensation • Business, HR, & Human Capital Metrics • Strategic Workforce Planning • Development & Succession Planning • Employee Engagement & Retention For more info contact us: info@the-tma.org 888-339-9599 x501 http://the-tma.org/hr-business-partner/

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