TLNT Webinar

Lost in Translation – Positioning HR as a Strategic Business Partner

Sorry, this webinar has ended.

Is your organization’s HR function seen as a “nice to have” rather than essential business partner? Or even worse, does your organization view HR as an obstacle to overcome? If so, you’re not alone. Luckily, there are proven steps you can take to position HR as a key partner in the business and demonstrate effective, strategic value.

The key is finding ways to drive and demonstrate HR’s contribution in a language that business leaders understand. That means effectively using data and aligning HR and recruitment goals with business strategies already in play and familiar to the organization.

In this webinar, we’ll explore how HR professionals can communicate more effectively with the business, using data and aligning to strategies and goals that business leaders respond to. In particular we’ll focus on:

  • Translating HR functions into a language the business understands
  • Influencing stakeholders and obtaining buy-in
  • Interpreting business data to use to guide HR strategy

Join our free webinar on Thursday, May 11 for a practical approach for communicating HR’s real value to the business.

Our speaker, Mary Faulkner, will share tips and strategies gleaned from her 15 years experience of all aspects of business and leadership.

Who should attend? This webinar is for talent professionals who want to discuss HR’s strategic value in the most meaningful way and present a more proactive role for the HR team. Join us on Thursday, May 11.

The webinar will fill up fast. Register for free to reserve your seat now.

Can’t attend? No problem! Register for the webinar and you’ll receive a link to view the video recording the next day.

Register Now

Presented by:

Mary Faulkner

Mary is a talent strategist and business leader with almost 15 years experience in helping organizations achieve their goals. After working on the Operations side of start-ups and small companies, Mary landed in HR by way of learning and development, with extensive experience in leadership and organizational development, coaching, key talent planning, talent acquisition, performance management, business partnering, HRIS, process and policy creation, and instructional design.

In addition to her work within companies, Mary authors a leadership development blog called Surviving Leadership ( to continue the dialogue around the challenges of leadership – both being a leader AND being led.