We offer general HR Consulting services such as HR Function Outsourcing, Organisation Culture Transformation, Employee Engagement, HR Audit & HR System Design etc.

Contact us for a full range of what we can help you with.

HRBP Development Program

The HRBP Development Program was designed to impact, change, and reposition attitudes, beliefs, and behaviours of existing Business Partners (BPs) and Team Leads.

The program combines leading edge thinking with hands-on BP expertise and was developed from a need to replicate a sustainable way to enable BPs become true, trusted and strategic advisors to the business. We have worked with over 100 HRBPs in over 10 organisations.

Quarterly HRBP Meet-Up

OutsideIn HR maintains the largest network of HR Business Partners (over 600) in Nigeria. Every quarter, since 2015, we host over 120 of these HRBPs to a meet-up event, to network and educate them on salient matters in HR that they should be concerned about. We have received sponsorship from diverse organisations ranging from big multinationals to medium sized local organisations.

For sponsorship, download the synopsis document here to understand what the requirements are. You can reach out to us to take the conversation further!

Managed Learning Services, Africa
(in partnership with Hemsley Fraser)

We have partnered with our award-winning international partner, Hemsley Fraser, to provided managed learning services to our clients. Leveraging our global partnerships, we provide holistic perspectives to clients across Africa. With the managed learning services offerings, we provide the following in partnership with Hemsley Fraser:

·Consulting – Learning strategy
·Platform management - creating engagement across your business
·Learning design & delivery (over 250 topics), from first-line managers to C-suite & Executive development & coaching, globally
·Full managed learning services support – learning management, supplier sourcing, expert consultancy

Our Approach
Quality & value delivered through managed learning services