Creating and Building Effective Organizational Partnerships

The results are in! At the March 8, 2017 HR West Conference held in Oakland, California I had the honor of speaking on the topic, “Creating and Building Effective Organizational Partnerships” to a large group of HR Professionals. The Quality of the Content was rated 4.5 out of 5.0 and the Quality of the Presenter was rated 4.8 out of 5.0. In today’s hectic work environment, more than ever, building and sustaining Partnerships across departmental lines is even more critical to individual and organizational success. Have questions, facing similar challenges? Let’s connect.

The following recaps this highly rated presentation:

March 6-8, 2017, NCHRA (Northern California Human Resource Association) held its annual HR West Conference in Oakland, California. This conference annually draws more than 1000 participants and offers over 80 concurrent sessions during the conference. I had the honor of presenting to a large group of HR Professionals “Creating and Building Effective Organizational Partnerships.” As with all my sessions, an interactive and participative learning environment ensued allowing real time participant involvement and dialogue. A number of current real world topics were explored including, “What is HR?” “Who Has Real Responsibility and Ownership for HR Functions,” “Sphere of Influence,” “HR’s Role in Being the Driver of Change,” and more. The sessions were focused on helping HR Professionals unlock their sphere of influence, establishing and managing partnerships with their counterparts, and effectively driving organizational change. Lastly understanding how these key roles play in both day to day activates and forming and maintaining strategic alliances and partnerships.