Viewpoint – Social butterflies

John Blakey HR must underline its importance now or risk being sidelined. And coaching skills will play a vtial role. Henley Business School recently surveyed 2,500 HR and non-HR leaders from large private and public sector organisations. It found that only 3 per cent ranked developing their HR team as a first or second place priority for 2011, compared to 34 per cent in 20101. Nick Kemsley, co-director at the Henley Centre for HR Excellence, said: "HR will need to live the values of the post-downturn world - speed, pragmatism, tangibility, impact...

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