BRM Coaching / Talent Development
The BRM role is not easy. It requires people to operate at an executive level – in essence as CIO’s to the business units they cover. They must be able to communicate, lead, influence, plan, and negotiate with senior management. BRMs must possess a wide range of knowledge, from business acumen to technology awareness, and how to operate effectively at executive levels.
However, most organizations fail to provide the necessary skills development needed to execute the role. Typically, BRMs are given standard development training even though they must perform at a higher level than most. Moreover, the same level of training is given to all BRMs, regardless of current skill level, background, or aptitude.
To help BRMs and organizations evolve and meet the promise of the BRM role, we offer workshops, one-on-one coaching/training, and group training to help increase the impact BRM makes on business partner strategies, capabilities, and growth. These sessions will enable essential BRM skills through both classroom and practical training. BRM is an art and a science – to learn the art takes practice and learning through trial-and-error led by an instructor experienced in building successful BRM programs and effective BRM practitioners.
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Teach candidates how to become highly successful BRMs and an indispensable resource to business leaders and IT management. This can be centered around a specific issue the organization is facing, or overall to learn and practice the hard and soft skills needed to become high-performing BRMs. Sessions are conducted 1-1, as a group or team, or in a workshop format, using classroom sessions, interactive learning, and scenario-based exercises.
We enable these skills in BRMs through both classroom and practical training. BRM is an art and a science – to learn the art takes practice and learning through trial-and-error in an experiential format. Topics are typically specific to the challenges and opportunities being faced by the BRM organization but can include:
Once BRMs are trained properly, how do you evolve their skills over time, and more importantly, which skills need to be developed? Using proven methodology, we employ an “assess-develop-evolve” approach to help provide appropriate levels of skills development over time: