Whether you are an HR professional, agile coach or a line manager, you need to understand how people strategy and processes need to change when working in and organization embracing an agile culture and operating model.
How do performance management, recruitment, learning and development, compensation and benefits and the way we engage employees change? What are the specific skills that we need to use to develop and agile culture from a people perspective?
The training places great emphasis on practical examples and we will present a series of tools that you will be able to use when getting started on your own agile HR initiative. We take you through an agile HR project from setting goals and developing user stories for HR to implementing sprint planning and monitoring the sprint using Kanban.
HR managers, HR Business Partners, HR professionals, Agile coaches, consultants, line managers, operational & business managers and consulting managers in both the private and public sectors.
We have previously trained participants from Irish and International organizations across all sectors including: Irish Life, permanent tsb, ESB, HSE, RCSI, Pramerica, Office of Government Procurement, Ammeon, KBC, Volvo, TetraPak, Tele2, IFS, Manpower, TV4, Vitrolife, Rebtel, DEK Technologies, IKEA, Blue Garden, Nordic Morning, Findwise and many other companies and organizations.
Evaluation of the last completed training ended up on average 4.7 on a 5-point scale.
Kevin Empey is the founder of WorkMatters, an international consulting and training firm focused on supporting business leaders, HR leaders and their employees in the changing world of work. An expert in the area of Organizational Agility, Kevin is a qualified executive coach, AgileHR instructor and has a masters qualification in leadership and management. He is also an associate faculty member with the Irish Management Institute where he is the Programme Director of their Senior Executive Programme.
Before establishing WorkMatters, he founded and led several start-up organizations and was a Partner and Director in Willis Towers Watson in Dublin where he led the firms HR and Talent consulting business. He also established the firms ‘Future of Work’ offering in Ireland. Kevin has won several national and international awards for his work in the areas of employment policy, social entrepreneurship and future of work research.