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    When developing a HR team   When developing a HR team Document Transcript

    • How I developed HR Teams – Center of ExcellenceWhen developing an HR team: 1. I always understand the team development needs and strengthens 2. Have a clear objective of where I want to go with the team 3. I develop 3 things: o Passion – Have HR passion to never stop knocking on doors for opportunities to engage o Intellect – Smart enough to know what the right thing to do is and be politically savvy to know what not the right thing to do is. o Curiosity – Driven enough to always want to make things better – continuous improvements 4. Make decisions quickly but correctly – get the right people on the team bus 5. Surround myself with people who are better & have confidence 6. HR people that are self-motivation is keyBeing part of awinning team: 1. If have the right people, the function will drive itself 2. Culture has to be demonstrated – it’s not that easy to “create” 3. Do 100 things 1% better – aggregation of small things – detailed orientation 4. Being in a great team means constantly challenging yourself and your teammatesLeading an HR Team: 1. A great team starts with the right leader – driven &belief & humility& respect 2. Create a HR team that wants to supporteach other 3. Create lots of team activities – some social 4. Core values – honesty, discipline, work rate, presence and deliverables 5. If something is wrong, ask “what do we have & what can we turn it into?” 6. Give people the belief that they can do it – lead from the front 7. Build a group of people (team) you can truly trustand trust you 8. Regularly audit yourself – are you giving the best to your people and they in return 9. Think correctly under pressure – be a leader, show confidence, poise and results.