London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) June 23, 2009 -- HDA, a human capital consultancy with 30 years expertise in career transition and talent management, is strongly committed to not only supporting our client organisations but also the UK HR community. As such, HDA are launching a series of three summer sessions aimed at assisting HR professionals with their own Career Development. Recognising the constraints on time of a HR professional, each session will run for an hour and a half; covering the following topics:
Effectively Handling Challenging Career Development Discussions with Your Staff â This interactive workshop is aimed at enabling HR staff to handle career development conversations effectively, thereby providing beneficial, practical guidance for their target audience while also contributing to the ongoing development of the HR team itself;
Developing Your Coaching Experience - This workshop will provide HR with the tools and techniques required to facilitate discussion through the application of coaching principles. Participants will develop a greater understanding as to how to practically expand their coaching experience.
Developing Your Influencing Styleâ¦Ideas that Really Work! â This highly informative and practical session, based on real life experiences and case-studies, seeks to provide the HR Professional with a toolkit of tips and ideas around developing their personal influencing style.
This series of sessions is offered on a complimentary basis to all of our clients.
Of these sessions Melissa Gallagher (Client Partner & Project Manager at HDA) says âHDA recognizes that today we are operating in an environment where taking ownership of your own career development is crucial to your success. However with large-scale redundancies and significant organizational changes occurring, it has become harder than ever before for HR professionals to have the opportunity to focus on their own career development. As such we have developed a series of short summer sessions designed to meet the time constraints and career development needs of the UK HR community.â