Our recent survey on HR’s reputation gave us privileged insight into the incredible dedication, flexibility and innovation shown by HR people during the last year – the highs and lows. This is a dramatic story that HR can turn into a compelling and strategic narrative to share with their CEOs and also throughout our profession.
Even better, why not go for an award?
HRZone have a particular passion for recognising HR people who drive a successful culture.
#CulturePioneers Awards are a great opportunity to showcase your achievements and inspire others. It’s free to enter, both teams and individuals can apply and the closing deadline is 23rd July.
There are huge differences in HR’s experiences between sectors – from disaster and restructuring through to optimism and growth.
Whatever the context, HR’s contribution was massive. Let’s celebrate it.
Telling the story for an award can help HR to create a powerful narrative internally too.
Seeking credit for achievements doesn’t tend to sit comfortably with HR people. However, many stakeholders are unclear about exactly what HR’s contribution is. HR have to make the links explicit between
their work to enable performance, and the impact on business results – whether it’s for survival or growth.
What do you want your HR team to be known for?
Our 2-hour virtual workshop creates an opportunity to realign your team around how YOU want HR to be seen, designed around your own team’s reputation survey.
Download our survey report.
Contact me to talk about your own HR team’s experiences.
And why not celebrate with an award?