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People Analytics for HR: How to Accurately Predict Attrition and Target Performance Roadblocks - On-Demand

People Analytics for HR: How to Accurately Predict Attrition and Target Performance Roadblocks - On-Demand

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People Analytics for HR: How to Accurately Predict Attrition and Target Performance Roadblocks - On-Demand

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WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Learn how to master people analytics to drive strategic business decisions for your organization concerning attrition and employee performance.



To excel in business today, HR needs to up its analytics game. Fortunately, people analytics that integrate employee intelligence with operational performance provide HR with the power to contribute to and make strategic decisions to grow and shape the direction of the company.

But, to get executive buy-in, HR needs statistically proven data that links critical employee data beyond training and attendance records—through surveys, interviews and data-mining across the different groups. When HR can examine behaviors, attitudes, and beliefs, and then correlate this information with actual business performance, including finance, market penetration, technology leadership and customer excellence, it can demonstrate its potential for being an indispensable information and intelligence source that can significantly improve performance and reduce turnover—as well as forecast and manage business needs.

People analytics provides HR with a valuable way to integrate a collaborative data-based approach to developing and managing HR functions and strategy—in conjunction with the operational and technological resources critical to the needs of the business. By applying people analytics and key tools, such as organizational network analysis, HR professionals can make important, data-backed links between employee attitudes, sense of inclusion, enthusiasm, and other factors and true business performance while using multiple data sources and intelligence to accurately predict attrition and target performance roadblocks successfully.

Use this in-depth on-demand webinar on how to harness the power of people analytics in your workplace. Rick Buchman, an executive coach and performance improvement consultant, will explain how people analytics has expanded HR’s rule and how you can apply its concepts and tools to optimize performance for your company.

You’ll learn:

  • How people analytics can be used to help drive business decisions
  • Specific data-driven tools—and how to use them in your people analytics strategy
  • How people analytics have helped companies improve their performance and contribute added value to developing and managing dashboards, KPIs, and HR performance measures
  • What HR needs to do to establish a successful people analytics program—and potential pitfalls to watch out for
  • And much more!

About Your Presenter:

Rick BuchmanRick Buchman
International Author, Executive Coach & Business Performance Improvement Consultant

Rick Buchman is an executive coach and performance improvement senior consultant, and a senior partner with The Balanced Business Institute. He has more than 28 years of experience working with multiple industries worldwide on strategic planning and performance improvement. He provides guidance, training, coaching and technical assistance on designing highly effective performance improvement and management systems, helping companies implement and sustain operational and organizational superior performance levels, and training / qualifying quality leaders for the long term. Mr. Buchman is also an internationally published author and recognized strategy planner, operational & performance excellence and balanced scorecard/dashboard expert, as well as a business performance improvement (BPI) consultant and Lean Six Sigma (LSS) Master Black Belt. He is the co-author of Balanced Scorecard Strategy for Dummies (Wiley, 2007, 2008) and Business Effectiveness for Dummies, (Wiley, 2013).

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