The role of HR BP has evolved from when it was first thought of in the 1990s. It is not your typical HR role and requires you to be aligned to the business as a whole. Includes:
What separates HR from an HR BP
Deloittes and Ulrich’s 2.0 version of what an HR BP should do
The technique of OKR which should add to the strength of your voice in the boardroom
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