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Design Thinking for HR Professionals

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Frederik Haentjens | Course Director
Frederik Haentjens

Human Capital & Organisational Transformation Author| Organisational Design Thinker

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Design thinking could be described as a human-centric structured, creative approach to problem solving that leads to solutions that work better for people.

By adopting design thinking principles, HR professionals are able to better understand human needs and design memorable experiences throughout the employee lifecycle. Design thinking is provides the ability to decipher complex problems. By using design thinking techniques, HR teams have the capacity to transform work cultures and become more innovative, which in turn positively impacts the brand and the business.

Who Should Attend

This course is a must-attend for all HR professionals who want to transform their approach and develop a human-centered, creative problem-solving mindset. You are eligible to join this course if you are:

  • An HR Professional, from any industry, that is tasked with problem-solving and is looking for new approaches to find HR solutions
  • Part of a team, from any organisation, who wants to tackle an organisational design challenge
  • An HR leader or manager
  • A Design & Innovation professional
  • An HR Project Lead
  • A Coach

Benefits of Attending

  1. Shift your mindset away from designing top-down to centrally distributed HR programs
  2. Design employee-centric HR programs
  3. Create and communicate end-user driven solutions to HR problems or opportunities such as employee engagement, organisational design and attracting talent
  4. Problem-find and reframe problems in a way that enables HR to develop a culture of innovation
  5. Using sophisticated tools, become an HR leader that is more comfortable operating in ambiguity and uncertainty
  6. Move away from “process & policy” and adopt a “human-centered design” approach

Design Thinking for HR Professionals