This programme will draw together senior HR practitioners within the sector who want to take their skills and tools for strategic HR practice to the highest level. The programme will enable particpants to identify the major business challenges on the horizon and ensure that the HR strategy and function is fully geared to supporting the business to meet those challenges through its people.
Aims of the course
To consider practical approaches to improving talent and performance management, reward, leadership, and employee engagement within the context of social housing at a time of public spending cuts.
To examine HR approaches and interventions that really work in
responding to the business challenges facing the sector, and join them all up.
To give participants tools and techniques to assess the needs of the business in these areas and get senior and middle manager buy in.
To consider what the differences are between the social housing and the
commercial sectors – in terms of culture and approach to HR - and whether we can and should seek to minimise or eradicate these.
To share insights with peers who have achieved impressive results.
To explore ways of making the HR function more customer focused, thereby
enhancing the credibility and influence of the HR function internally.
To identify appropriate measures of success of HR interventions to win
To network and build new mutually beneficial relationships with senior HR
professionals in the sector facing similar challenges.
The course is split over 4 days, covering the following areas:
Building a Strategic HR Function
Performance and Attendance Managment
Leadership, Culture, Engagement and Reward
Post: Please complete the attached booking form and return to: Chartered Institute of Housing, Training Department, Octavia House, Westwood Business Park, Coventry CV4 8JP