HR Business Partnering

A uniquely designed residential programme offered to the working executives across India.

Session starts from 11 Nov 2024

Session ends on 15 Nov 2024


    HR Business Partnering

    In today's competitive world, human element is considered as the most critical element determining the success of every organization. Realizing the limited ability of other assets to differentiate the organization from its competitors, effective managers are shifting their focus towards human assets. Still organizations report huge variations in taking advantage of this critical asset due to the inability of its HR and line managers to design solutions relevant for respective organization. Many of the existing initiatives vary from attempts to copy the practices of market leaders to implementation of the latest fad within HR domain, and naturally fail to report results relevant to the business. This programme is designed to help dedicated participants to realize the potential of HR business partnership and equip them to design and implement customized HR initiatives relevant to the organizations they are accountable for.


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    The programme is based on combination of methods which include case studies, lecture, group work and reflection of organizational specifics. Participants are expected to attend the programme with reasonable understanding about their organizational challenges and impact of existing HR policies on same. They need to actively participate in learning process by relating the concepts discussed/shared during the programme to organizational reality and other relevant factors.


    ▪ Managers empowered to allocate resources for HR initiatives.

    ▪ HR professionals involved in HR Policy decisions.

    ▪Line managers interested to compete through talent differentiation HR generalists expected to customize organization polices for respective business units.

    ▪ Managers (both Line and HR) expected to link engagement initiatives to tangible business results.

    ▪ Managers (both Line and HR) expected to develop initiatives to address attrition levels of an  organization.

    This programme is meant for Line and HR managers who are familiar with the challenges and opportunities of organization they are currently working on; not for HR consultants or HR trainers.

    Even though the target audience is expected to be from Senior/Middle level of managerial cadre, empowered young managers operating in entrepreneurial / professional firms are also encouraged to participate in this management development Programme.


    ▪HR Business Partnering: A Necessity and an Opportunity

    ▪Investments in HR: A Partnership Approach

    ▪Talent Segmentation: A Business Perspective

    ▪Designing HR Initiatives for Business Solutions

    ▪Customizing HR Policies for a Dynamic Business World

    ▪Linking Engagement Initiatives to Critical Success Factors of Business

    ▪Attrition Management: New Insights for Business Success

    ▪HR Analytics: From HR Measurement to Prediction of Business Results


    11th Nov  – 15th Nov 24              XLRI Jamshedpur.


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    Dr. Gloryson R B Chalil

    B.Sc. (Agriculture - AAI, Allahabad), PGDM (PM&IR), MLL&LW (Symbiosis), FPM (IIM Bangalore)

    Organizational Behaviour

    Dr. Gloryson R B Chalil, a Fellow from IIM Bangalore teaches electives such as Strategic HRM, Organizational Change and Development, Thriving in Political Environment and other core courses at XLRI, Jamshedpur. He worked in three different sectors (Agriculture, Manufacturing and IT) as the In Charge of the HR department and is also involved in various consulting / project-based assignments with government and corporate sectors. As one of the pioneers in evidence-based decision making in HR function, Dr. Chalil is offering Management Development Program in HR Business Partnering and People Analytics at XLRI. Thousands of HR professionals have improved their command over these competencies from him through various certification programs, corporate training programs and conferences and contributing towards data-based decision making in organizations such as RBI, NTPC, IOC, PowerGrid and most of the top private sector firms in our country. He has published cases and scholarly articles in reputed journals. He is also contributing to the society through additional roles associated with various editorial/journal committees and academic advisory committees.


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