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HR’s contribution to the bottom line has been assessed in very different ways. The focus now is for HR to become a very strategic business partner. This calls for a great overhaul and for HR to reshape itself effectively by demonstrating a clear understanding of key business drivers, priorities and challenges. At the present time, many HR functions are fighting for credibility and respect among their business peers, and this raises important questions about what it will take for HR to become a strategic partner.

HR departments must be positioned strategically to fall in line with the overall corporate strategy; Hr must partner with senior leadership to not only be involved in the strategic management of the organization, but drive its implementation. Without this, HR can at best only have a limited contribution to the achievement of business goals.

Ghana HR Solutions 1st  Africa Year Round-Off HR workshop provides participants with tools for maximising department’s effectiveness through its structure and operations. It provides insights into what types and combinations of critical HR roles are best suited to become a more strategic contributor, and what it takes to make recognisable input to overall corporate strategy.

Through lectures, Roundtable discussions participants will learn about new HR trends and how best they can position themselves effectively support their organisation’s overall business strategy.


  • Learn about the new agenda for C-Level HR practitioner
  • Adopt new strategies for engaging your organisation’s leadership
  • Learn new techniques for maximising business advantage by driving turnaround through HR function
  • Benefit from interactive discussions from your peers and industry leaders.
  • Explore best practice guidance on how you can contribute effectively to organisational strategy and profitability.
  • Hear how you can maximize the benefits from your human assets
  • Get an overview on how you can be able to align and achieve congruence between individual and organizational goals.
  • Learn how you can develop systems of HR practices that create a synergistic effect, where independent sub functions are viewed as interrelated components of a highly interdependent system.
  • And many more


Joel Omeike

  • Executive Director, Intellectual Capital at Bosworth Analytics and
  • Head, Learning & Performance at Workforce Management Centre Ltd.


HR Directors, HR managers, HR policy Advisors, Employee Relations Managers, Communication Managers, Heads of Departments, Heads of Organisational Development, General Managers, HR practitioners, Students, Functional Managers; and others who have a people management role.

Venue: Clever House, Ridge Accra

Date: 8th -9th December 2011-10-30

Rate: Ghc. 400 or Equivalent (Includes Meals and Personalised Manual)


Tel: 0200181695, 0267779072


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