Since Aspire launched in 2014 over 200 HR professionals from across the country have embarked on its initial journey to develop the business skills needed to challenge and influence organisational direction and drive culture.
In 2019 we are piloting Aspire 2.0 which remains committed to developing individuals as strategic business partners but builds on the highly effective original programme to meet to the evolving needs of the public sector. Aspire 2.0 will build the capability of a new breed of strategic business partner to influence the future working of HR and OD – embracing the digital agenda.
New modules focus on; workforce strategies, understanding and deploying digital technologies, as well as exploring and defining the value of HR and successful business models. We will also strengthen the programme links to the refreshed CIPD ‘HR profession map’ and aim to delve further into the organisational development space.
We will also be offering the new content as either one or two day training modules; accessible to Aspire Alumni and others working within HR and OD. Watch this space in 2019!
Find out more:
About Aspire 2.0– an overview of the programme, coaching support and harnessing social media
HRBP360 – a unique review tool developed around the CIPD HR Map and used to focus personal development in the Aspire programme
Book Aspire – locate your nearest programme, check out dates and complete your application
Project Reports– project reports from Aspire delegates highlighting the latest thinking and research
Celebrating Aspire – join us at the free Cohort Celebration events, check out our videos and testimonals, or why not join us at the first Aspire HRBP Conference in December
‘Aspire has confirmed the importance of providing our HR business partners with the strategic space to explore the future of HR.
We are really excited about the new content in Aspire 2.0 and the focus on CPD and the increased emphasis on organisational development’ LGA
“Aspire is a programme that captures individual aspiration and turns it into real capability. HR business partnering has never been more important as organisations need to transform their capability to succeed. Having a people strategy that is firmly supporting that transformation is where HR can add real value and the Aspire programme is equipping HR Business partners to do just that.” (Aspire sponsor)