Since time immemorial HR Professionals have been given this feedback about their inability to have Delivery Excellence. Delivery Excellence according to the business can be defined as the ability to execute ‘the thought’ or ‘the plan’ in the given time frame and in the given budgets.
HR Professionals in the last decade have really focused on building this arsenal in their armory. Today delivery execution seems to have faded as a concern among business leaders, but in the zeal of building this arsenal did HR professionals sacrifice something which is very precious or core to them . . .
Many believe that Execution has surely overshadowed Expression . . . in short we are perceived as good Transaction Kings and not as a Emotional Bank any more . . .
So is this Emotional bankruptcy an unnecessary evil of being a Execution champion. . . absolutely not. Let’s pause for a while and think. Can’t we balance the execution and expression and retain the core purpose of our existence?
At The Strategist we believe it’s time to balance the aspirations of Business (Delivery Execution) and Employees (Expression). As HR Business Partners the sole purpose of HR is not to cater to business and execute with precision and get trapped in transactions. We at the Strategist have experienced the best way to build this balance is by doing exercise of Stakeholder Mapping, Aligning the HR Strategy, Redefining the HR Org Structure and finally aligning the responsibilities and Metrics aligned to measure.
The objective going forward is to graduate to be SOUL of the organization which is true reflection of Mind (Execution) and Heart (Expression). . .
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