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Design Thinking in HR

Most of the organisations are in the process of finalising their corporate plan/strategies for 2019.

In this session we take the HR teams on a journey to identify how HR can create great employee experiences that empower Creativity, Collaboration and Innovation.

Some of the critical questions we help you to answer are:

  • How can HR create great employee experiences that empower creativity, collaboration and innovation?
  • What do employees experience on their journey from getting hired to leaving the company?
  • What does a great employee experience look like end to end?
  • How can HR help build human centered design principles throughout the organization


Programme Outcome:

  • Learn, develop and grow by being challenged to do new stuff, in new roles and new ways
  • Develop and test concrete concepts and solutions for existing problems or emerging business opportunities
  • Start a culture shift through creating containers where new behaviour is developed, tested, supported and recognized


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Course Structure

  • Utilise empathy to understand employees and stakeholders better
  • Use employee data to uncover pain points and underlying needs of the workforce
  • Define, analyse and select challenges faced by employees
  • Rethink the way challenges are perceived and turn them into opportunities for innovation
  • Leverage on individual’s strengths and edges through active collaboration
  • Embrace team’s diverse knowledge and experience to generate multitude of ideas
  • Develop tangible solutions related to HR innovations using minimal resources to test and gather feedback quickly

Target Audience

Ideal for teams who are involved in HR Transformation / Innovation / Change Management


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