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Launching Workforce Planning During Times of Change and Transformation in the HR Organization

Topic:
Launching Workforce Planning During Times of Change and Transformation in the HR Organization
Date:
November 19, 2012 at 12:00 - 1:00 PM ET
Presenters:
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Description
During this workshop we will discuss how to create a short and long range plan with key steps and milestones to show the value of workforce planning to senior leadership and how to embed workforce planning into an organization. We will review lessons learned from implementing workforce planning from the ground up including the barriers participants should expect and how to overcome those barriers by engaging the right stakeholder’s at the right time.
Key topics will include how to successfully assess your company’s readiness to embrace force planning on a readiness continuum. And, based on the results how to launch a workforce planning function, process and tool set into their organizations. Topics will include how to conduct stakeholder mapping to uncover pockets of high adoption and potential resistance. Best practices and lessons learned about how to develop change management strategies, communication and targeted training for every level in the organization on their specific role and responsibility in the workforce planning process. We will review the barriers participants should expect and discuss ways to overcome those barriers by engaging the right stakeholder’s to ensure success. We review tool set that can be used to conduct stakeholder mapping to uncover pockets of high adoption and potential resistance and develop change, targeted training for every level in the organization on their specific role and responsibility in workforce planning. Further, we will discuss various communication strategies that will highlight the importance of the function, and assist in creating strong support for this critical function.
Who Should Participate
Human resources leaders and practitioners who are interested in launching a workforce planning function and process in their organization.
What You Will Learn
How to assess organizational readiness to conduct stakeholder mapping to uncover pockets of high adoption and potential resistance and develop change, targeted training for every level in the organization on their specific role and responsibility in workforce planning.
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