The Continued Evolution of the HRBP Role VIRTUAL Working Group | October 17, 2023

Tuesday | October 17, 2023

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The Continued Evolution of the HRBP Role VIRTUAL Working Group
October 17, 2023 | 12:00pm -1:30pm (EST)

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HR Business Partners play crucial roles in the organization. They have been on the frontlines as the work environment has continued to change. They are key partners with line leaders to support the business while striving to build cultures that enhance the employee experience.

In this working group, CAHRS Executive Director Beth Flynn-Ferry will explore how CAHRS companies are addressing the challenges of providing HRBP support during changing times.  Some of the questions we may address include:

•    What are the new challenges HRBPs are facing in supporting the business?
•    Are there different or enhanced capabilities needed for HRBPs during these times?
•    How is your organization building HR business partner talent?
•    What are the implications of changing HR delivery models for HRBPs?
•    How is technology impacting the HRBP role?

Who should attend?
Individuals who are current in HRBP roles, have responsibility for HRBPs, or are in HR for HR roles focused on HR skills and development in their organizations should find this session highly relevant to their day-to-day work.  By virtue of their roles, attendees may be better positioned to speak to some issues than others but should be able to contribute some ideas and best practices during the discussion.

About our working groups
Our virtual working groups emphasize active, group discussion and best practice sharing, and therefore are kept relatively small (15-25 participants) to allow for broad participation.  Given the limited size of each session, we ask that you only register for a session if you will be able to attend. Prior to the session, attendees should give some thought to the questions included in the description, so they are prepared to share with the group.  We also strongly prefer that participants be on camera during the session to allow for more engaging interaction.