The Strategic HR Business Partner as Workplace Architect
The Financial and Business Impacts of ECR
A Framework for Improving the Workplace and Workforce
The ECR Journal and Action Plan
The Strategic HR Business Partner as Consultant and Change Agent
The CES Methodology and Axiom Case Study
Execution and Change Management
The Next Steps For Strategic HR Business Partners
Rupak Zaidi, HCI Faculty
Mr. Zaidi is a seasoned HR practitioner and Certified Business Consultant. As a senior faculty member for Human Capital Institute, he covers the Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka, and Nepal regions.
Mr. Zaidi has more than 19 years of experience in various industries and capacities. He holds the following recognition from numerous global institutes: Certified KPI Professional, Certified Strategic HR Business Partner, Certified Business Consultant, Certified Total Rewards Professional, Lean Six Sigma Black Belt in HR (BBHR), Certified Lean Professional, and Certified Kaizen facilitator, and Certified Psychometric Professional. He has
also been awarded the World Training & Development Leadership Award from World HRD Congress.
He is a member of the Harvard Business Review Advisory Council and a Professional International Member of the Association of Talent Development. He also serves as Secretary General for the Professional Society of Bangladesh and Life Fellow of Bangladesh Society for HRM.
Mr. Zaidi completed his master’s degree in HRM at University of Dhaka. He also completed post-graduate diplomas in HRM and management consulting as well as an advanced diploma in NLP. His consulting experience includes roles both as HR-OD consultant and business
consultant in nearly 20 organizations. He has provided consulting on KPI setting, PMS, strategy development, people development, business development, and more. He has experience in training and public speaking worldwide, including Singapore, Malaysia, India, Nepal and Sri Lanka.
Top results and benefits of a strong coaching culture
HCI’s Sustainable Coaching Culture Model
Coaching, Development, and Performance
The impact of a growth mindset
Coaching and performance management
Business Impact of a Coaching Culture
ICF Prism Award Framework: Impact, Standards, Strategy, and Sustainability
Kirkpatrick/Phillips Levels of Evaluation applied to coaching
Return on Investment (ROI) quiz
Return on Expectations model
The value proposition of coaching
Managers Using Coaching Skills
Coaching skills for managers
ICF Core Competencies for coaching
Inventory of coaching conversation models: GROW, CLEAR, and OSKAR
Phase 2: DESIGN What Infrastructure Is Right for Your Organization?
Coaching Skills Assessment
Assessing coaching in your organization
Training for managers/leaders using coaching skills
Support for ongoing training
Designing a Coaching-Centered Enterprise
HCI’s Sustainable Coaching Culture Model
Hawkins’ Foundational Coaching Strategy
Finding the Right Coaching Mix
Coaching Approach tool
Phase 3: DEVELOP How Do You Implement a Coaching Culture?
Coaching Culture Realities
Barriers and challenges
Coaching culture risk assessment
Culture change challenges
Building leadership accountability
Driving Adoption of a Coaching Culture
Edgar Schein’s organizational culture model
The ABC’s of Change Management
Coaching culture talk track
Activating a Coaching Culture
Insights from the field: tips, observations, and thoughts from practitioners
ABDULHUSSAIN TEJANI Senior Faculty Human Capital Institute Abdulhussain
Tejani is the Managing Director of People Matter DWC LLC based in Dubai. He is also a senior faculty member of HCI, covering the MENA, Africa, and South Asia regions.
A former VP of GEMS Education, as well as HR Director of Merck for the MENA region and eventually the Learning and Development Director at Merck for EEMEA, Abdulhussain brings to the table 24 years of corporate experience.
According to his peers and colleagues, Abdulhussain is admired for his ability to operate at a senior level and yet not lose touch with the front line. A compassionate, empathetic, and professional executive with a common touch, it was this that led him to be recognized and receive the Outstanding Leadership Award for Global HR Excellence from the World Human Resource Development Congress.
His exposure across Europe, Asia, Africa, and North America lends to his ability to be culturally aware and adapt to a world that is evolving and changing rapidly. He counts among his experiences amazing companies like BP, Standard Chartered Bank, TNS, Merck, and GEMS Education.
Apart from being a speaker on the HR Circuit and an HR consultant, Abdulhussain involves himself in a lot of pro bono work with young adults in offering career guidance as well as training them in life skills to prepare them for the real world.
A core family man and a passionate reader with an inner desire to help people grow and develop is how he describes himself.