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My Secret Weapon for Giving Insanely Great HR Presentations (and 34 Things to Avoid)!

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Public speaking and giving talks in your HR area of expertise is one of the fastest ways for you to promote yourself and advance your HR career.

I was reminded of this when I was recently asked to give a 30 minute talk to a group of 20 senior HR executives in Chicago.

Since I was only given a few days notice, I didn’t have a lot of time to prepare.

So I followed my “simple formula” for giving great 30 minute presentations…

Speak for 22 minutes straight from the heart. No slides. No handouts. No flip charts. Rehearse, rehearse, rehearse beforehand. And if you must open with a joke, let it be on you.

I’ve done a lot of talks over the years.  What I’ve discovered is that the best presentations are simple, authentic, genuine and leave the audience wanting more of you, not less.

And, one of the best things I ever did for my HR career is becoming a “good” public speaker.

Notice I said good, NOT great!

Let me be clear: no one will ever mistake me for being the next Tony Robbins, Reagan, JFK, MLK or Oprah (especially her Golden Globes speech, WOW!)

However, I’m convinced that any HR professional can give terrific presentations if they’re willing to speak, prepare in advance and have a passion for their topic.

The best HR leaders seek out opportunities to speak and enthusiastically share their message all the time.

The superstars in our profession give presentations at offsite meetings, team presentations, big annual meetings, or to HR associations.

Or they lead college recruiting presentations, orientation sessions, tele-classes or webinars.

They use these presentations to promote their topic, their organization…and yes, promote themselves and their HR career.

Guidelines For Giving Absolutely Horrible Presentations

The biggest presentation mistake I see HR professionals make is waiting until the last minute to prepare.

They rush to throw together a PowerPower presentation relying on it as their “crutch” to bail them out.  You can tell who these HR presenters are because they follow the guidelines below…(note: #16 & #28 are my personal favorites):

1. They dive right to their first slide – with no inspiring intro to grab your attention

2. They drown you in slides — say 1 slide/minute (or 60 slides per 1 hour speech)

3. They focus on facts and data – no interesting stories, anecdotes and examples

4. They use 12 lines of single-spaced, bullets per slide

5. They don’t use images or pictures on the slides, just lots of text

6. They read each slide word for word

7. They read the slide twice to make their points

8. They make an excuse about small text, “I know you can’t read this, but…”

9. They use lots of animations, especially twirls, fly-ins and spinning words

10. They make the text so small people in the back can’t see it

11. They turn their whole back to the audience when looking at a slide

12. They use that annoying laser pen

13. They make crazy little circles with that annoying laser pen

14. They make zig-zags with that annoying laser pen

15. They have no gestures, just stand there with arms dangling down

16. They wave their arms around like Michael Jackson singing Billie Jean

17. Or they don’t move at all

18. Or they pace like a lion in a cage

19. They stand in front of the screen (letting the words display on their face)

20. That tell jokes, that aren’t funny or are inappropriate

21. They walk with their hands in their pockets

22. They fold their arms

23. They don’t sound passionate about their own topic

24. They don’t engage the audience

25. They memorize their slides and sound like a robot

26. They put two or three charts on one slide

27. They use as many builds as humanly possible on each slide

28. They point to a slide with their middle finger

29. They point at the audience with any finger

30. They insert a video with poor sound quality

31. They use lots of word art and slanted text

32. They use child-like clip art and lots and lots of cartoons

33. They never repeat the agenda so people can follow their ideas

34. They always go over, never under their allotted time

I don’t know about you.  But nobody I know ever walked out of one of these presentations inspired, sold, or well-informed.

They just left bored out of their freaking mind saying silently to themselves: “I wonder how long that presenter is going to keep that great HR job she has.”

Obviously, I’m building up to a better way.

Tips For Giving Insanely Great Presentations

If you must give a presentation — and yes, if you must use PowerPoint — the video below will show you some better guidelines to follow…compliments of the late, great Steve Jobs:

And if you’re drop dead serious about taking your HR game to the next level, start taking steps today to polish up your presentation skills.

Besides, why should you settle for just giving average presentations…when you can give insanely great ones!

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About the author: Alan Collins is Founder of Success in HR and the author of a variety of best selling books for HR professionals  including UNWRITTEN HR RULES .   He was formerly Vice President – Human Resources at PepsiCo where he led HR initiatives for their Quaker Oats, Gatorade and Tropicana businesses.

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38 Responses to “My Secret Weapon for Giving Insanely Great HR Presentations (and 34 Things to Avoid)!”

Alan: This is well put together.

I thoroughly enjoyed it.

Alan, the experience you have gained from your amazing career could help anyone ramp up quickly. I was on a panel discussion at a HRMAC event last year covering the topic of networking.

Being on a panel discussion showcased my skills as an expert in the industries and definitely generated a lot of interst. Coupling personality with the mechanics of an amazing presentation would definitely raise anyones game. Thank you for sharing your expert opinion in your book.

Alan: As a person who often speaks professionally, I’ve seen my share of speakers (and made my share of mistakes) over the years. You have put, in an easy to read essay, the critical components of a great presentation. The formula really isn’t all that complicated, is it? The suggestion to rehearse, rehearse and rehearse some more can’t be overstated. Thank you for taking the time to help us all become better speakers.

You are right on! There is nothing – absolutely nothing – more boring than watching a presenter read the powerpoint slide bullet points. In most cases, using a lot of slides is just an excuse for poor preparation. The presenter uses them as reminders of the details of the presentation.

As you indicated, if you must use slides, keep the slides and the bullet points to a minimum. The audience can read the words, the presenter must tell the audience why they should care about the slide’s message.

My most successful presentations were made to persuade a group to adopt a particular point of view or to accept a new idea. I’ve found that the maximum number of points that you can successfully make is three (3). Anything more than that, the audience will probably forget.

Lastly, to echo your “formula” — no slides, handouts, or flipcharts. Why would you want your audience to look at your props — they should be concentrating on YOU.

Great subject, great video, great points! Keep it coming.

Timely topic: I was just discussing this with a colleague who had returned from a deadly Power Point presentation. He said the entire audience was nodding off because they’d given up trying to follow the 10 point fonts on the screen. Your advice is solid and practical for all professionals, not just those in HR.

WHEN will people learn that a Power Point presentation alone will not make an effective presentation?

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Superb advice. It is sad to see so many great HR professional sink like stones when doing direct talks or open forum presentations. Sage advice..

I’m one of those who hate public speaking, despite that I do it with near perfection point…the fear that I might get it wrong makes me do it and redo it imagining all moves and the reactions of my audience, and how I would respond to them. Alan, this is one of the best, easy put together, I hope everyone enjoyed it the way I did.

Dear Allan, Your topic is nice. I enjoyed with that.

I am sure that i does make a difference. I have been associated with Toastmasters intertnational and tremendously improved on my communication skills.

Great article.. I have been following many of your articles and all presented very well. Looking forward for many more articles as those have been of great help to me.

Mr Allan Your advice is worth millions. Thank you.

Thanks for a great article, Alan. Very timely as I am making a presentation at our area Non-Profit conference next week. Incorporating many of your helpful hints…However, I do enjoy a bit of child-like clip art now and then!

Very informative. As a soon to be graduating HR student it is reassuring that I have not made too many of your mistakes in the PowerPoints I have given. Also, I knew that joining Toastmasters would be helpful in my career goals. I enjoy public speaking but we can all use such great tips on how to do it well. Thank you.

Thanks for putting together such useful tips to make an effective presentation. What I fully endorse is your emphasizing Passion in one’s presentation, apart from other useful tips, because unless one is is convinced about what one is presenting, he/she cannot make an effective presentation. After all, all leaders need to be convincing speakers and passion goes with it. Thanks once again

I agree with some elements in this article. However, you can find more up-to-date information here: What make an excellent presenter? A new, original and polemic article by Ian Brownlee. Shortlink:

There are more articles dealing with communication at:

Alan–Again, good topic and good points. How often has the presenter just took a photo of a written page and presented it. Or, I use to go to a monthly financial update by the CFO, and ALWAYS he would photo his Balance Sheets and other Financials and throw it onto a slide, and ALWAYS apologize that the type is too small to read. The message really was–I do not give a dam about the audience. Too many times I have been at presentations that have 30 slides for a 20 minute presentation, and nothing is going to stop the “speaker” from going through his presentation and reading word-by-word to you. And what is amazing is most of these people continue doing the same wrong things time and time againl.

Dear Allan,

Another thought provoking tool from your tool kit to help HR professionals be the best in our field. Keep them coming!!

Dear Allen,

Really nice sharing, look forward to your next article. I’ve always learned a lot from your great advice.

Alan: Do you think that perhaps a lot of “Presentors” (not just HR folks) do all that you described because they are (1) unprepared as you state, (2) not passionate about the subject matter and (3)out of FEAR?? Aren’t most of the poor public speaking habits you describe arise out sheer panic or fear of public speaking in general? Thank you- Leslie DeMerville, BSc, MSc…Labor Rels

Here are some additional articles that cover this area:

– Making presentations sitting down= Less influence & more problems. Fastlink:

– Oh no! Not ANOTHER boring company presentation!: shortlink:

– “An Elephant in the Room” # 2: The Hidden Dangers of Interrupting during Presentations.

For many more additional articles visit:

Leslie, I would agree — and I think your points 1and 2 are the key to addressing the fear — especially your point 1.

Alan, I always love your articles and tips. This was great.

I do have one question that I struggle with and would love some tips from all you and your amazing followers. How do you keep some of the boring and redundant HR topics fresh and meaningful? For example, the annual anti-harassment trainings etc.

Thanks again Alan for another great topic and I look forward to everyones feedback.

Kelly, my suggestion would be to have include in your HR topic tons of: –stories (disguise the names) –anecdotes –case examples –cartoons –videos –guest speakers –industry experts –etc.

My experience is that people tire of hearing dry concepts, principles, guidelines and to-do’s quickly. Whatever you can do to turn “education” into “entertainment” (without losing your message) will be most appreciated by the audience.

That’s just one thought.

Anxious to hear others.

Alan, Wonderful article it reminded me of times I have made some of the same mistakes. But, that is how we learn and grow. I would have to say # 23. Don’t sound passionate or interested in their own material have to be the most dangerous mistakes of all. If you present yourself as being bored with your own information how could you expect the audience to gleam anything from what you are saying? If you show passion and sincere love for what you’re presenting, the audience can ignore some of the more minor infractions you may be displaying. The key word is “Presenting” not spewing, not mumbling, and not dictating. We are to present ourselves and our material with a passion. Passion can hold your audience even when you are fumbling. Actors practice their lines in order to perform. We need to do the same be prepared and show our passion.

Allan, Thanks a ton.Very useful & timely input on Power Point Presentation. Your article have always covered aspects which i never thought would even exist. Keep doing such great jobs.

Thanks Arti Vyas

I periodically teach ‘Presenting with Impact’. You’re list is fantastic! While I address about 33% of your list, the additional points will definitely add value.

Thank you again,

Lisa McSharry

Great post, Alan. Thank you. Sad to admit I’ve caught myself doing a few of these things. I do always try to rehearse and time myself in the process. And I always try to make it interactive; I figure if I’m boring myself, then I’ve certainly lost the audience!

I often gave presentations in grad school with no notes (I was well-rehearsed), and the class often commented how mine were always good. One particular instructor asked them why they thought mine were good, and then he pointed out that it was because I was prepared and knew my topic. (By the way, I picked that up from a former pastor, who always preached without notes. He NEVER lost his congregation’s attention!)

I am really impressed by the kind of articles you write Allan. This one is something I was really looking for and I agree with all the points. I am sure many people need to think again before giving a presentation; because usually they end up being boring and loose interest of their audience.

Thank you Alan! Great article, so much learning through such useful/valuable practical examples/videos. You are so enriching and empowering!

Alan, what i read is so true!!!! Do you know what is missing from most of HR colleagues in their presentations? PASSION. That’s what is missing. Speaking from the heart and engage your audience, needs passion for what you are talking about… My best presentation was with 1 slide and i video, holding a speech of about an hour and nobody wanted to leave the room! So, trigger us more with inspirational topics! We all needed them! Warmest Regards, Z.

Wow! Alan, you are always on point. I always look forward to your articles. You paint a very clear picture of the Presenter/ PowerPoint we all dread. I definitely don’t want to be that boring Presenter that puts grown adults to sleep ( after all it is not a lullaby ?)

I will print your list and hang it on my wall to remind me to always put in extra effort to make a great presentation.

This is an awesome I must say Alan. These things usually we do unconsciously some time! It will remind me not to do further. Thank u so much 🙂

thank you Alan. i just join HR division and i fully agree that many HR’s needs to prepare well before making a presentation. i realy felt that the message from the article is so empowering.

warmest regards

Great points. As HR leaders who have seen and experienced many unique situations we have plenty to share. Our ability to be passionate and relatable to a diverse audience enables us to connect and engage spectators which makes our message all the more interesting. I was the presenter with the slides and graphs, etc. and had a situation where the projector was broken. I had to improvise and I received more compliments from that presentation than any I had ever done. From that point forward I started speaking from my heart and left handouts summarizing my presentation. I believe there is a distinct correlation between the amount of fun you have as a presenter and the amount of information your audience takes away.

Dear Mr. Alen,

Lovely article once again.Inspiring, insightful and clearing all the myths over making great presentations.

You always bring something really innovative and impact-full. Sometime we really work more on what is not required then what is required and miss the buss.

Your article is really helpful to all HR professionals.

Keep sharing.

Best Regards, Rahul Mehandiratta

Thanks for another great article and it was a pleasure to meet you at your Detroit SHRM presentation!

Alan-I’m guessing you don’t like those little red laser pens (hehe). Thoroughly enjoyed this article. It brought to mind my presentations (which I like doing) and wondering how to improve. Thanks for the insight.

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Top 7 Recommended PowerPoint Templates for HR Presentations


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Last Updated on June 28, 2024 by Barbara

Working in the human resources department of middle or bigger companies involves effectively communicating various HR processes, and analyzing & presenting organizational structures. Explaining these rather complex HR concepts can be a lot easier when you use clear visuals.

For you, we’ve handpicked some recommendations of PowerPoint slide deck examples that can be a source of graphical inspiration for you.

You can get any example presented here as editable PPT files. Click on the slide pictures to see and download the source illustration. Check the full collection of Human Resources PowerPoint templates here .

Let’s explore our selection of presentations covering the major HR management presentation topics:

  • HR Metrics Dashboards with PowerPoint Data Charts
  • Recruitment, Selection, and Hiring Processes
  • HR Talent Management Concepts
  • Employer Branding Essentials

Payroll, Compensation, and HR Administration

  • Company Organizational Structure Charts
  • Company Roles and Department Structure

Dashboard Template with HR Metrics PowerPoint Charts

Do you need to report HR-related KPI metrics in a clear presentation? Show it in the form of a dashboard presentation.

An HR dashboard is a presentation type that visually displays major key performance indicators on one or more slides. Check this HR Metrics Dashboard Data Charts PowerPoint template with places for displaying the KPI measures. For example: employee profiles, remuneration structure, skills, or satisfaction. There you can find slides for reporting employee performance and retention, as well as HR project status and progress.


Where you can use those HR dashboards:

  • Presenting your employee skills matrix evaluating key competencies
  • Illustrate your recruitment & onboarding metrics
  • Visualize your remuneration changes year-over-year
  • Create your employee retention dashboard

Recruitment, Selection, and Hiring Processes PowerPoint HR Diagrams

If you want to present recruitment steps or the onboarding processes in a visually attractive format,  then have a look at this set of Recruitment, Selection, and Hiring HR diagrams .

Using creative visuals to illustrate the steps to fill the job post helps you to communicate those processes to your peers.


You can use these HR presentation ppt graphics to:

  • Illustrate the overall process of hiring employees 
  • Show the candidate selection roadmap
  • Visually compare  hiring journeys with or without pre-onboarding

HR Diagrams for Presenting Talent Management Concepts

This is another HR area that can benefit from using a visual method of communication. If you need to present talent management processes, check this pre-designed HR Talent Management slide deck . 

It includes layouts for presenting talent management definition,  performance process cycle, and goal management from an organization and individual perspective, and more.


You can use it as a library of eye-catching diagram templates to explain HR concepts within your organization. Also, check our icon ideas to illustrate talent management , even 1 symbol can make a difference to your slide.

Employer Branding Essentials Presentation

If you are working with employer branding frameworks and roadmaps, explore this Employer Branding HR Process Diagrams PowerPoint template . It includes a dozen diagram slides to illustrate the process of employee life-cycle or employee value proposition.

A well-designed employer branding roadmap helps to implement relevant activities for improving the employer’s image.

employer-branding-process-hr-diagram-ppt-template HR diagrams

Examples of using Employer branding graphics:

  • Presenting employer branding framework areas
  • Showing employer branding stages 
  • Visualizing employer EVP offerings (employee value propositions)

Need to present a compensation and benefits scheme inside your organization?

Here’s a Payroll, Compensation, and HR Administration PowerPoint library of slide graphics covering these topics. 

There you can find editable diagrams illustrating benefits management, salary determination, and payroll processes.


These HR diagrams can be used in a broad spectrum of contexts:

  • Presenting the scope of HR administration management 
  • Showing and analyzing your company’s compensation and benefits scheme
  • Describing your salary determination process 
  • Visualizing stages of the payroll process

Template for Company Organizational Structure Charts

Do you need to quickly create a creative organization map in PowerPoint?

This Company Organizational Structure Charts slide deck includes company structure organograms as well as matrix management structures for several projects spanning multiple departments.

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There are 16 pre-designed org charts editable in PowerPoint, for example:

  • Hierarchical organization charts with pictures of the CEO and department managers
  • Diagrams for flat organization structures, tree parallelograms, vertical and horizontal flow org charts
  • Hand-drawn matrix organizational charts for creative scribbled org chart
  • Vector icons for various roles, project teams, and company departments

Creating your own organizational chart in PowerPoint allows you to get a unique-looking organizational chart and make flexible changes to reflect organizational fluctuations. Replacing, adding, or removing a position or department is a matter of fast shape modification.

How you can use this template:

  • Clearly present the organization management flows, company size, and personnel structure.
  • Introduce people managing a company in a personal way, adding a person’s photograph or role icon only.

Company Roles and Departments PowerPoint Icons Collection

Need to illustrate various senior management roles or specific departments? Have a look at this presentation with Company Roles and Department Structure PPT icons . 

There you will find 32 outlined symbols of company positions such as CEO, CFO, COO, CMO, HR head, or Chief Sales Officer. There are also icons representing corporate product-related departments, sales-related issues, back-office, and various product development steps.


You can reuse the icons and organizational chart templates for presenting your company hierarchy, from the board through to the CEO and directors to specific department heads.

Feel free to explore these and reuse visualization ideas if they fit your work.

With the help of PowerPoint templates full of HR diagrams and role icons, you can enrich your existing slides or create a professional presentation from scratch. 

Thanks to the PowerPoint format you can edit all content – change descriptions, expand diagrams, replace icons as you need, etc. 

Having such HR presentation templates allows you to create your own do-it-yourself toolbox that can speed up your presentation preparation. You can also import those slides to Google Slides or Keynote presentation software if that is a presentation tool you use.

Resource: HR Presentation Examples and Template s for PowerPoint

Explore the complete set of presentation graphics about human resources and personnel development topics. If you find it useful you can download all the source illustrations for commercial use and free modifications. All these resources are available in the infoDiagram collection of presentation graphics:

Further inspiration for HR presentations

Explore more blog posts to find the right infographics and visuals for presenting your ideas:

  • How to Present Employee Engagement Factors
  • Use Attention-Grabbing Graphics for Your Next Remote Work Presentation and Visual Metaphors to Illustrate Work From Home Concepts
  • 7 Design Ideas for Group Development Chart Slide
  • Use Symbols to Show 6 HR Management Areas
  • Illustrate Needs and Values with icons

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What's the Best Way to Present HR Analytics? 15+ Expert Tips

An illustration of an employee giving a presentation to a group of colleagues.

As an HR professional, you have access to people data that can be used to transform culture and kickstart engagement. Through HR analytics and reporting, you can unite departments and empower people to do their best work. Sounds pretty great, right?

But if all that HR data lives in siloes, change will be slow and decisions will be made without all the facts.

That’s where HR analytics presentations come in. With an effective HR presentation, you can package all that good HR analysis into a powerful story that persuades company leaders and positively influences decision-making..

Read on to discover pro tips on building presentations with your HR analytics, including advice from experienced HR pros and tips from BambooHR's in-house team of expert graphic designers. Through data, reporting , and effective HR presentations, you’ll be able to secure your seat at the table when it comes to strategic decision-making.

4 Fundamentals of HR Analytics Presentations

Align the presentation with company goals.

Simply put, your leadership team needs to know that the HR data you’re presenting on will impact the company’s goals and overall mission. Try to connect each data point to a key objective. For example, if one of your company’s initiatives is to improve employee retention , you can speak to employee satisfaction and how it directly affects that initiative.

Include The Financial Impact of HR

Money talks. When possible, include dollars and cents as they relate to overall financial goals. What’s the cost of labor for each employee? How much could the company save on office space if more employees went fully remote?

Build The Presentation Around The Key Takeaway

HR manager Jenny Wells expressed the importance of defining key takeaways. She says, “I try to structure HR presentations by always starting with what I want the audience to take away from it.” At the end of her talk, she makes a point to circle back.

Tailor The Presentation To Your Audience

The HR analysis should be relevant to the audience you’re presenting to. Put yourself in the shoes of your audience and ask yourself these questions: Why do I care? What can I do about it? For example, your finance team may find more value in compensation trends, where your managers might want to dive deeper into performance metrics.

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Best Practices for Using Visuals in HR Analytics Presentations

A picture is worth a thousand words—and that's especially true when it comes to HR presentations.

Any HR analysis is likely chock-full of people data, and people data means numbers. You’ll not only better tell the story of the HR impact by using visual strategies in your presentation, but you’ll tell it in a way that your audience can understand.

To make sure your message hits home, consider incorporating the following best practices into your HR analytics slides:

  • Keep it simple. If your audience is trying to read a block of text on your slides, they’re likely not listening to the verbal part of your presentation. Keep the amount of words to a minimum, and prioritize key takeaways on your slides.
  • Add visual interest. Illustrate your main points through data visualizations such as pie charts, graphs, flows charts, images, and videos. These will help engage your audience and make your HR data more digestible.
  • Use visual hierarchy. The gist of visual hierarchy: Make the most important information bigger, bolder, and in contrast to less important information. You can accomplish this by using fonts, colors, shapes, and more. Read up on the fundamentals of visual hierarchy here .
  • Weave in some humor . HR data may fire you up, but the standard HR analysis might not be quite as exciting to others in your organization. Adding a dose of humor can really help bring the message home. Perhaps you can kick it off by providing a funny video, image, meme, or quote that pertains to your topic. (Just be sure it’s office-appropriate.)
  • Provide short snippets . Avoid providing too much information, and use bullet points and numbered lists to make your HR presentation short and sweet. You may know ten reasons why an organization should make the switch to e-signatures , but you’ll want to limit your points to four or five. When in doubt, include hyperlinks to additional information for the people who may want or need more context.

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Linking people data to business outcomes is a critical measure of how your business is performing and a way for HR to show up as strategic players.

5 Methods for Engaging Employees in Your HR Analysis

It’s not always easy to get a roomful of employees involved and engaged. Try using these tips to increase audience participation and attention so your people can absorb the information they need.

Arrange Discussion Groups

“Pairing people for discussions and forming small groups really helps all people participate,” says Stan Kimer, an HR consultant with more than 30 years in the field.

Small groups allow your audience to dive deep into the HR data you’re presenting, and a discussion format encourages deeper critical thinking. Consider giving each small group discussion questions to kickstart the conversation.

Reward Participation

HR consultant Joshua Evans recommends not only facilitating participation, but rewarding it: “Work to involve the audience by asking non-rhetorical questions, playing games, or even offering prizes for participation.”

Vary Your Presentation Style

You probably don’t love the idea of staring at a screen for an hour, right? Neither does your audience. Alternate between slides, discussion, activities, and hands-on education to keep your audience engaged.

Develop Interactive Materials and Handouts

To hold the attention of your audience, consider adding a handout to your presentation where they can take notes and write down any questions. You could also incorporate some fun, short quizzes or surveys to which your audience can respond online using virtual tools such as Poll Everywhere .

Bonus Tip: Handouts double as tangible resources for attendees to look back on at their convenience.

Work The Room

One thing our experts all agreed on: stepping away from the whiteboard to engage with the audience. Moving around the room is a great way to capture attention and is much more effective than staying in one location and lecturing from a single spot.

For virtual audiences, online whiteboards like Miro, Mural, and Stormboard are engaging and Zoom-friendly.

How to Measure the Success of an HR Analytics Presentation

As with anything in work and life, understanding the success of your HR presentation will help you improve future HR reporting and pinpoint any action items that came from the presentation. Here are some strategies to measure the success of an HR presentation:

Use Surveys & Evaluations

Several experts suggest ending your presentation with a short questionnaire or evaluation. Here are some sample questions to include in your survey:

  • Did you learn something new from this presentation?
  • Do you have any follow-up action items after attending this presentation?
  • What are your key takeaways from this presentation?

For full participation, make your surveys quick and easy. You could even conduct a brief evaluation using a mobile survey app , so everyone can use their smartphones to provide feedback on the spot.

Schedule time to speak with your attendees afterward to get a feel for how well they absorbed the information.

You can frame this in terms of interaction in order to give you an in to follow up: “I wanted to follow up on your question about ____ in the HR presentation. Do you have any additional questions?” or “I noticed you didn’t get a chance to ask your questions during the HR presentation. Is there anything I can dive deeper into for you?”

Seek Hard Metrics

You can also try to measure the success of your HR presentation using hard metrics. For example, if your presentation was about career development opportunities, you could measure how many employees participated in development initiatives like leadership training or tuition reimbursement.

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Top 10 HR Presentation Templates

Top 10 HR Presentation Templates

Organizations rely on human resources departments to relay important company information to the team. This could be anything from training and onboarding materials, to company compliance and performance management. HR teams act as a resource for employees for anything regarding their compensation, behavior, education, and more. 

Regardless of the information, HR managers can benefit from presentations to help them communicate more effectively. These are the top 10 HR presentation templates your team needs.

A 30-60-90 plan defines a new employee’s responsibilities and goals for the first 90 days after onboarding. It maps out achievable goals tied to their role so that they can be productive and efficient while learning the ins and outs of the job. Teams can set clear expectations more effectively with’s 30-60-90 presentation example.   

A successful 30-60-90 presentation can help leadership and teams lay down the foundation for personal, performance, and learning goals. Our 30-60-90 template can also help you make the transition for a new employee more seamless and empowering, set priorities for the new position so they know where to start, and achieve more success on the team, faster.

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Year End Employee Review

A year end employee review is a conversation that happens between managers and employees that goes over performance expectations and how well they were executed. The employee review allows leadership to reflect on the previous year with their team in order to help them grow for the overall success of their career and the business. Teams can facilitate these meetings more effectively with’s year end employee review presentation example.  

Our Year End Employee Review template can also help you get a better understanding of your responsibilities and expectations for your role, communicate concerns or provide feedback to your manager, or position yourself in a favorable way to ask for a raise or promotion. 

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Company Culture

Good company culture can be the difference between landing top talent and losing them to the competition. When an employee finds a company that matches their values, they tend to form better relationships with their colleagues in turn making them more motivated and productive. A successful company culture presentation helps you define things like your work environment, values and mission, and expectations of employees, and can help HR managers and teams align on values for a more balanced workplace. 

Our company culture template can help HR managers define company culture standards and guidelines, onboard new hires more efficiently, and host annual or quarterly training as a refresher to existing employees.

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Training Presentation

Are you training a team of new recruits to your company? Or delivering a webinar on a topic in your industry to your employees? To pull off a training session, webinar, or coaching session effectively, you’ll need an organized presentation as a visual aid.

A good training presentation can provide structure to your speech and boost your confidence as a presenter. It can also deliver your message efficiently, and stick with your audience long after your presentation is over. Use our training presentation template to present information simply and logically, help on-board new recruits, motivate, inspire, or inform your audience.

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Performance Review Presentation

A performance review can help managers and employees align on expectations and set goals so the team as a whole can be more successful. Keep your notes and employee evaluations organized with’s performance review template . 

Our customizable template has all the performance review basics like communication hits and misses, job performance, and overall feedback. Our performance review template can also help you customize your performance review presentation for different employees, act as a take-away resource that employees can reference throughout the quarter, organize your notes and expectations for future hires.

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Employee Handbook

HR managers have a lot to share with new employees during their first week on the job. That’s why you need an employee handbook template for your upcoming presentation. You’ll also need a template that covers it all: the company’s history and values, essential policies, perks and benefits, expected employee behavior, who they can contact for help, and much more. 

A comprehensive employee handbook presentation can help HR teams inform new hires and get them excited to work for the company. Plus, it can be used as a resource that they can come back to again and again.

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New Hire Onboarding

New employee onboarding is the process of integrating a new hire with a company and its culture, as well as getting a new hire the tools and information needed to become a productive member of the specific team they’ll be working with. There’s a lot of information for HR managers to share with new hires on their first day and beyond: what the company is all about, what they can expect to do and who to work with, and so much more. Having all of that information conveyed in a template helps to standardize the onboarding process across the organization. Our new hire onboarding template keeps everything organized for you and new employees who are starting their journeys. 

HR teams can use the new hire onboarding template to introduce new hires to the company, help onboarding run more consistently across teams and functions, standardize the knowledge base all new employees will have upon finishing orientation, and check in with new employees periodically. 

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HR Benefits Presentation

Our human resources benefits template makes it easy to break down important benefits and perks for your employees. Understanding medical, dental, and vision insurance coverage can be confusing. Figuring out incentives like 401(K) retirement plans can be, too. Lay everything out in one easy-to-read HR benefits presentation.

Use the HR benefits template to explain the open enrollment process, onboard new employees, or to keep on hand as a company resource.

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Recruitment Presentation

In a competitive market, recruiters and HR representatives need to attract and lock down top talent for their organization. Your company might provide competitive benefits, high salaries, an engaging company culture, and enticing opportunities for growth, but if you don’t know how to sell those perks, you won’t bring in those candidates. 

A compelling and informative job recruitment presentation can set you apart from your competitors and bring in top quality job candidates who are perfect for your team. Use our recruitment presentation template to highlight your company’s advantages, connect and network with candidates in your industry, and attract high-quality candidates.

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Company Overview

Every company has a unique story to tell. However, it can be difficult to put together a beautiful presentation that tells your story effectively and looks great at the same time. Our company overview template is the answer. With this presentation template, you can share your company’s philosophy, specific goals, team members, products or services, plans for the future, and more.

Our company overview template is perfect for organizing annual meetings, potential customer or investor pitches, or new hire orientations. It’s a versatile HR deck that every team should have on hand.

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Ever felt stuck with how to carry out a flawless HR presentation that not only informs but also engages? Hey, you're not alone! This guide is your go-to resource for nailing that HR presentation, impressing your audience, and truly making a difference within your organization. Buckle up as we embark on this informational journey.

Let's be honest,  HR presentations are a cornerstone of modern HR management. They can be a hit or a miss depending on various elements. But worry not! This guide will delve deep into all aspects to help you prepare the best HR presentation of your career. Let's jump right in!

Key roles and responsibilities of HR in an organization

Before we even touch on the high-impact world of HR presentations, it's crucial to lay down some fundamentals. Let's get to know the unsung heroes of any organization: the HR department. What makes them tick? What challenges do they tackle every day?

What does HR do?

HR isn't just a department; it's the backbone of an organization.

They wear many hats, starting with recruitment , where they scour the talent pool to bring in the best fit for the company. Following recruitment, the HR team shifts its focus to onboarding , which is all about integrating new hires into the company culture and operations.

Compensation and benefits are next on the list, comprising both financial rewards and non-monetary perks that help retain valuable employees. HR also takes the lead in fostering employee relations to ensure a positive and productive work environment.

Last but certainly not least, they spearhead training and development initiatives to equip employees for future roles and responsibilities.

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I am convinced that nothing we do is more important than hiring and developing people. At the end of the day, you bet on people, not on strategies. - Lawrence Bossidy

What is an HR presentation? (HR management presentation)

An HR presentation is not your run-of-the-mill PowerPoint. It's an essential tool for HR professionals to communicate various HR initiatives, processes, and metrics in an organized and engaging manner. If done professionally, it can hold the attention of your audience and effectively deliver your key messages.

Common presentations prepared by HR

Ah, presentations—the bread and butter of corporate communication.

But wait, don't yawn just yet!

When it comes to HR, presentations are far more than a set of slides; they're dynamic tools that serve a plethora of purposes. They’re the vehicles HR professionals use to download key information into the minds of employees and management. From introducing new hires to the company culture to navigating the intricate web of HR metrics, these presentations are vital cogs in the organizational machine.

Let's break down the "Oscars" of HR presentations, shall we?

Employee onboarding presentations

Imagine the first day at a new job. Exciting yet nerve-wracking, right? Employee onboarding presentations are like the welcome mat at the front door. They cover the company's history, values, and workplace safety, setting the tone for a newbie's journey.

Company culture presentations

If your organization has a personality, this is where it shines. Company culture presentations dig deep into what makes your workplace tick—its mission, values, and environment. It's like a backstage pass into the ethos of the company.

HR strategy presentations

Pop quiz: Who listens to the HR strategy presentations ? That's right—senior leadership. Here, you lay out your grand plan for the year, complete with all the nitty-gritty details on workforce trends and best practices. Consider it your HR manifesto.

Performance management presentations

Alright, managers, gather around. This one's for you. These presentations teach you how to set goals, conduct performance reviews, and give constructive feedback. In other words, they're the rulebook for how to keep your team in top shape.

Training and development presentations

Who doesn't love leveling up? These presentations focus on the XP points of the corporate world—training and development opportunities. They cover everything from training resources to tailored development plans.

Benefits presentations

Ah, the siren call of "perks." Benefits presentations are detailed brochures of what the company offers besides a paycheck. Health insurance, retirement plans, and oh-so-precious PTO—it's all here.

Diversity and inclusion presentations

In a world where diversity and inclusion aren't just buzzwords but necessities, these presentations are the HR equivalent of a TED Talk. They cover unconscious bias, microaggressions, and how to be a good ally.

Employee engagement presentations

Feel like your team's morale needs a boost? These presentations get down to the brass tacks of what keeps employees ticking, from satisfaction surveys to recognition programs.

Change management presentations

Change is the only constant, they say. Well, these presentations are your guidebook on how to manage it. They cover the process of change, effective communication strategies, and employee support mechanisms.

So why are these presentations so pivotal? First off, they're informative, chock-full of valuable information that guides employees and management alike. Secondly, they're strategic, aligning HR department goals with organizational objectives. And don't forget engagement; a well-structured presentation can hold the attention of your audience, facilitating a better understanding and retention of crucial data. If you're an HR professional, you know the magic isn't just in the message but also in how you deliver it.

How to structure an effective HR presentation

An effective HR presentation is not just about stuffing slides with bullet points and charts. It requires a well-thought-out structure.

Not all HR presentations are created equal. Depending on the type, the architecture of your PowerPoint can be as different as chalk and cheese. You wouldn't bring a spatula to a swordfight, would you? Similarly, the structure for a new-hire onboarding presentation is going to look quite different from, say, an HR Strategy Presentation .

Presentation types dictate structure

First things first—your presentation's structure must be tailored to its purpose. For instance, a New hire onboarding presentation should include slides on the company overview, employee policies, code of conduct, and other foundational elements that guide a new employee's journey.

On the other hand, HR strategy presentations are like the "financial quarter reports" of the HR world. Your audience is typically the top brass, and you're expected to present slides related to budgets, future hiring projections, and workforce trends. Don't forget those important charts and graphs that visualize your strategic aims and KPIs.

And let's not overlook Employee benefits presentations . These require slides discussing employee perks, healthcare plans, retirement benefits, and paid time off. In a way, you're acting like a salesperson, making the "benefits" package as enticing as possible to your internal audience.

Feel like diving deeper? Navigate to the specific HR presentation types linked above to explore the unique structure for each.

Tips for crafting awesome slides

Whether you're laying out the corporate welcome mat or spilling the company's future tea, your slides need to be top-notch. Here's how you can polish them:

  • Design : Make use of high-quality, brand-approved designs. Your slides should be visually engaging without being overwhelming.
  • Font & text : Choose readable fonts and keep your text crisp and to the point. Remember, less is often more.
  • Visual elements : Spice up your slides with charts, graphs, and other visual aids. These can serve to break up the text and make your points more digestible.
  • Customize : Adapt your slides to your audience's specific needs and expectations. Whether you're speaking to new hires or senior execs, tailor your content accordingly.

If the thought of crafting these different types of presentations seems daunting, take a breath. Prezent has got you covered. With features like real-time sharing, a variety of storylines, and brand-approved designs, Prezent streamlines the presentation-making process. You can create tailored, impactful presentations that resonate with your audience, saving time and ensuring brand consistency.

Do's and don'ts of an HR presentation

Before you dash off to dazzle your audience, let's tap the brakes for a sec and chat about some road signs on your presentation highway—your do's and don'ts. Trust me, understanding these can make the difference between an ovation and a snooze-fest.

  • Rehearse : Knowing your material inside-out will make you a confident presenter. Your audience will thank you for it.
  • Use templates : A well-designed PowerPoint template can save you time and ensure consistency. And if you're looking for the crème de la crème of templates, platforms like Prezent offer a wide range of brand-approved options.
  • Engage your audience : Use interactive elements like polls or Q&A sessions to break the fourth wall and get your audience involved.
  • Provide feedback : Encourage the audience to share their thoughts and opinions. Constructive dialogue only adds value.


  • Avoid overloading slides : Too much information can be overwhelming. Aim for clarity, not confusion.
  • Don't read from the slides : This isn't storytime at the library. Your audience can read; they're looking to you for elaboration.
  • Steer clear of jargon : Unless you're trying to win a corporate buzzword bingo game, keep it simple.
  • No last-minute changes : Spontaneity may spice up a first date but can derail a presentation. Stick to the plan.

Remember, even the fanciest slides won't save you if you're not prepared. Preparation is key! So, go ahead and knock 'em dead, but not literally, okay?

Summarizing key takeaways

HR presentations can make or break your credibility in the department. And no, this isn't an episode of a reality TV show, although the drama levels might feel similar. From the structure to the visual elements and engagement strategies, every aspect plays a vital role.

Frequently asked questions

1. what presentation tools can hr managers use to streamline their workflow.

HR managers have an array of presentation tools at their disposal. For traditionalists who are comfortable with PowerPoints , Microsoft's offering remains a stalwart choice. For those looking for real-time collaboration, Google Slides is an excellent option. Don't forget Keynote for Apple aficionados. Additionally, platforms like Prezent specialize in providing editable slide templates that help HR professionals save time and maintain brand consistency.

2. How do I choose the right diagrams and graphics for my HR presentation?

Choosing the right diagrams and graphics is essential for capturing your audience's attention and conveying information effectively. A rule of thumb is to use diagrams that simplify complex processes or relationships, making them easier to understand. Diagrams can be especially useful in HR projects that involve workflow processes or organizational hierarchies. Presentation graphics should align with the overall theme and should serve to illustrate or emphasize key points rather than distract.

3. What are some best practices for virtual HR presentations?

Virtual presentations have their own set of challenges, from ensuring everyone can connect to engaging an audience you can't see. First, make sure all your slides are easily viewable in a digital format—this may mean limiting text and focusing more on visual elements. Use interactive features like polls or Q&A sessions to engage your audience. Remember, you're not just sharing information; you're facilitating a conversation. Don't underestimate the power of a well-placed pause or the use of humor to keep people engaged. Virtual tools also offer the advantage of being able to record and distribute the presentation for later viewing.

4. How can a PPT dashboard help HR leaders in employee evaluation?

PowerPoint (PPT) dashboards are invaluable tools that empower HR leaders to track key performance indicators (KPIs) relevant to employee evaluation. For instance, a well-designed dashboard can display productivity metrics, attendance records, and even results from periodic assessments. When you're presenting this data, especially in annual meetings with other department heads or the CFO, it helps to have all these essential metrics showcased in one easily digestible format.

5. How can design teams incorporate SHRM guidelines into new employee onboarding decks?

The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) provides a host of guidelines that can be invaluable in the HR area, especially when it comes to new employee onboarding. Design teams can create onboarding decks that incorporate SHRM's recommendations for legal compliance, employee engagement, and benefits information. This not only ensures that the deck covers all the bases but also meets team needs for compliance and quality engagement.

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13 Useful Presentation Topics for Human Resources

By: Author Shrot Katewa

As an HR head, you might be invited to many forums, conferences, and board rooms to discuss burning topics that are being debated within your community.

We think there is surely room for more and more presentations to be made and points to be discussed within this space. So, today we share with you some ideas that you can read, discuss and develop for your next PowerPoint presentation.

So, let’s dive right into the topics directly –

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1. Employee well-being

The role that employee health and well-being play in the success of an organization is something that cannot be doubted. Yet, we do not see enough debate around how a healthy body and mind is good for business as well.

Using this topic we would encourage HR heads, students, and professors to discuss how such policies with respect to employee well-being should be framed, how business functions should be rewarded for promoting employee well-being.

It would be a great topic for starting an organizational behavior discussion as well. 

2. Digitalization in HR practices

We all acknowledge that the digitalization of processes and systems is something no function can escape from – including HR. Do you agree that technology has a role to play in HR? Or do you believe that the role of the ‘human’ here is more important to focus on than automation of HR practices?

Either way, this is a great topic to take off from and talk about how HR as a function has been impacted by technology over the years, and what possibly will it look like 5 to 10 years hence.

3. Role of Employee Mental Health

A goal-focused approach, having a mindset for success, an enhanced focus for better productivity — these are aspects that many a time we talk to employees about. However, how do you develop a healthy mind that is not stressed and anxious? A mindset that actually wants to succeed but isn’t feeling pressured.

We think HR departments have a great opportunity in expounding on the critical need for investing in mental health and providing good counseling opportunities across levels. A great presentation topic at any forum for sure!

4. Importance of Learning and Development

Now, this has always been a top favorite amongst HR practitioners.

There is no doubt that the need to learn and upskill employees is a crucial aspect in today’s ever-increasing VUCA world. Globalization has ensured that one can learn both online and offline from experts.

It would be interesting to showcase your thoughts and present how training resources are being assigned. The presentation can also include how HR teams are adapting to the ever more nuanced learning needs of their people.

5. Dispute Resolution among Employees

We are human and so it is obvious that there shall be disagreements. In fact, disagreements are often encouraged to ensure that good ideas on the table become even better! We see HR heads presenting this topic with examples and anecdotes from their work lives.

Also, as a presentation topic, it can extend to offline case studies that can be discussed event after a workshop. There is a possibility that at times you have seen that a dispute is highly subjective – for example when it comes to interpretation say of a gesture, culturally it can be a genuine mistake.

So go ahead make this presentation topic as engaging and interactive as you like it!

6. Secrets of a Happy Workplace

We all want to work at an organization where we feel motivated, engaged, and safe. However, what goes behind in building and maintaining such a happy workplace?

Is it when you have an employee-first approach or is it when it is about a customer-first approach? Do HR and management value the same thing?

These are all pointers that we think your PowerPoint presentation can touch upon. There is enough research out there that supports both points of view. So go happy presenting!

7. How to Attract Millennials to your Workplace?

Now, this is another great presentation topic – and one that many people would like an answer to!

Millennials have a reputation that they are either too distracted or disloyal to stick to an organization. However, recent surveys suggest that all they need is a purpose-driven organization. If they can identify with your cause, they actually are quite a loyal bunch!

As an HR practitioner your role in attracting and retaining such talent, and the role of the CEO in providing this enabling environment can well be a good presentation topic for your next HR board meeting.

8. Creating an Engaged Workforce

Engaged workforce as a presentation topic works very well at all levels.

You have an opportunity over here to talk about a variety of aspects that go into engaging your workforce such as progressive and inclusive policies, diversity management, the role of sports, off-sites, etc.

You might want to stress certain productivity numbers that the industry has experienced when working with an engaged workforce. We believe that this topic can go as niche or wide as you would prefer.

9. Open Offices – boon or bane?

HR teams across the world have often been sold the concept of open offices over closed cabin environments.

It seems logical that the more open the office, the less the hierarchy. Yet does that also mean more distraction, less productivity?

This is a presentation topic that can help you open up a lot of room for an active discussion with your audience. Is there a formula for success to open offices? Why do some industries or sectors have more success w.r.t to these open formats?

Again as an HR head or student, you would have unique experiences that will make for a great presentation.

10. Encouraging a work-life balance at a startup

Start-up culture is something that still is a hot topic at most HR seminars. It is usually this unique time in an organization where the organization is still figuring out what suits its employees best.

HR professionals can use this PowerPoint presentation topic to both share and invite ideas on how work-balance can be maintained, and what is needed in their organizations as they move along the growth curve.

11. Employee Volunteering – Role of HR or CSR?

Another great topic is the role volunteering plays in an organization and which team really needs to front this. Since Corporate Social Responsibility teams are often merged with the Communication teams there can be a difference in the approach.

HR heads have an opportunity here to dissect their role as employee engagement custodians and how & if they see volunteering as part of this mandate.

12. Importance of an Ethics Committee

Do you need an ethics committee for your organization? Usually, well yes! However, is the firm at too nascent a stage for such a ‘committee’? Can it work via an ombudsperson? Do you need a formal whistle-blower policy?

All these topics can come together within this presentation topic and make it worthy of a discussion across board rooms. We believe that HR heads have another great topic here for making their voice heard!

13. Job Rotation and its contribution to Employee Growth

The industrial revolution showcased how employee productivity grew if people repeated a task often. It was stated that this reduced the chances of errors and in fact, is what led to the whole 6 sigma quality and productivity concept. Yet, is this concept relevant now?

As an HR head you can ponder on why this has worked but even how in this digital age, and reducing attention spans, employees are seeking to learn new skills.

Your presentation can cover how job rotation can lead to, for example. better talent development and retention. Worth your time! 

So there you have it. There is a lot to talk about when we need to share something useful on human resources. I would like you to consider these topics only as a conversation starter and build up from the brief pointers that we have mentioned. I also hope that you find the above topics really something that you can use and is effective in your business setting. Do let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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The Human Resources template enables your HR managers to outline the most important things regarding human resource processes and organization. The true potential of a business lies in its human resources which adds to the complexity of leading the company. With this template you can demonstrate the core functions of the human resource management. Also, you can show relationships between the senior managers and the work force.

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A Venn diagram is used to show logical relationships between different and numerous data sets. For example, it can be applied to the hiring process of your company. Your company will have certain criteria that the right candidate should possess, such as experience, professional skills, and leadership qualities. All of the applicants who exhibit those characteristics have the potential to be the new employee.

Clustered Column Chart Human Resource Slide

The Clustered Column Charts is a graph that is used for comparison of certain data. The values are grouped into categories by using vertical bars. The data will use the same axis labels and can become really complex, depending on the amount of data. This template will enable you to better organize the data in your HR department and to highlight important values.

Meet the Team Human Resource Slide

It is important to always praise your employees and this slide is the right place to give them credits. Your team is the most valuable asset in the organization. You have plenty of space to name each team member, regardless of their responsibilities and field of expertise. Also, the slide is quite visual and you will be able to leave a lasting impression on your audience.

With the HR template you will highlight the key values of the HR process and organization

You can demonstrate the core functions of the HR department and create a path for better organization of the human resources.

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By using the Venn diagram, you will be able to successfully select the right candidate.

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The movie service was in trouble! It started in late 2001 when Netflix, with just 120 employees, faced a challenging situation during the tech bubble burst, necessitating employee layoffs. Its then chief talent officer Patty McCord described the experience as ‘brutal’. However, a significant turning point occurred when the demand for DVD players surged, leading to rapid growth in Netflix’s DVD-by-mail subscription business. By early 2002, the company was on an exponential expansion, creating a pressing need for new talent; it was operating with 30% fewer employees than before.

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This ready to use template outlines the core duties and expectations for HR managers, providing a roadmap to success. HR managers can align their roles with organizational goals, foster a positive work culture, and ensure compliance with employment laws. It facilitates effective talent acquisition, performance management, and employee development. Standardizing key responsibilities, the slide lists 13, enables HR managers to focus on strategic initiatives, employee engagement, and resolving challenges. This ready-made presentation template empowers HR teams to drive positive change, enhance employee satisfaction, and contribute to organization growth. Download now!

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What are the common hr best practices.

  • Recruitment and Selection : Implementing effective hiring processes to attract and retain top talent.
  • Onboarding and Orientation : Creating comprehensive onboarding programs for new employees.
  • Performance Management : Establishing clear goals, regular feedback, and development plans for employees.
  • Employee Training and Development : Providing opportunities for continuous learning and skill enhancement.
  • Employee Benefits and Wellbeing : Offering competitive benefits and promoting employee wellness.
  • Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) : Fostering an inclusive workplace that values diversity.
  • Employee Recognition and Rewards : Implementing recognition programs to appreciate employee contributions.
  • Communication and Transparency : Promoting open and transparent communication across the organization.
  • Workforce Planning and Succession Management : Aligning HR strategies with long-term organizational goals.
  • Employee Exit Process : Ensuring a positive offboarding experience for departing employees.

What are top 10 HR strategies?

  • Talent Acquisition Strategy : Attracting and retaining top talent through effective recruitment efforts.
  • Employee Development Strategy : Investing in training and development to enhance employee skills.
  • Employee Engagement Strategy : Creating a positive work environment that fosters employee satisfaction and productivity.
  • Performance Management Strategy : Setting clear goals, providing feedback, and evaluating employee performance.
  • Diversity and Inclusion Strategy : Promoting diversity and fostering an inclusive workplace culture.
  • Employer Branding Strategy : Enhancing the organization’s reputation as an employer of choice.
  • Compensation and Benefits Strategy : Designing competitive compensation packages and attractive benefits.
  • Succession Planning Strategy : Identifying and developing potential future leaders within the organization.
  • Change Management Strategy : Navigating organizational changes and ensuring smooth transitions.
  • Employee Wellbeing Strategy : Prioritizing employee health and wellness to support overall wellbeing.

What are the four pillars of HR strategy?

  • Talent Management : Attracting, recruiting, developing, and retaining top talent to meet organizational goals.
  • Employee Engagement : Fostering a positive work environment that encourages employee motivation and productivity.
  • HR Efficiency : Streamlining HR processes and using technology to improve operational efficiency.
  • Strategic Alignment : Aligning HR initiatives with organizational strategy and goals.

How can HR improve?

HR can improve by adopting the following approaches:

  • Embracing Technology : Using HR software and tools to streamline processes and enhance data management.
  • Continuous Learning : Staying updated with HR trends and best practices to drive innovation and improvement.
  • Employee Feedback : Soliciting feedback from employees to understand their needs and expectations.
  • Collaboratio n: Working closely with other departments and stakeholders to align HR initiatives with organizational goals.
  • Proactive Approach : Anticipating HR challenges and planning to address them effectively.
  • Data-Driven Decision Making : Using data analytics to make informed HR decisions and measure the impact of strategies.
  • Employee Development : Investing in training and development programs to enhance employee skills and career growth.
  • Focus on Employee Wellbeing : Prioritizing employee health and well-being to foster a healthy and engaged workforce.

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Human Resources Models and Practices form the backbone of an effective people management strategy within any organization. They act as guidelines for managing employees and assisting organizations in their quest to attract, develop, and retain the best talent . These models and practices encompass several key areas: recruitment, training & development, performance management, and employee relations.

In this article, you can learn more about human resource management, HRM models, best practices, and some of the best human resources models and practices PowerPoint templates.

What is Human Resource Management?

Human resource management is an essential component of any thriving business organization. It involves the recruitment, training, development, and retention of the employees of an organization. Human resources are the backbone of any organization and ensuring that a business has the right people in the right roles at the right time is critical to business success.

A human resource manager is responsible for managing personnel, overseeing employee benefits, and creating policies and procedures to ensure employees are happy, motivated, and engaged at work. The ultimate goal of human resource management is to create a supportive work environment where employees can thrive and contribute to the organization’s success.

The Importance of HR Management

Human Resources (HR) management plays a vital role in the success of any organization. Essentially, the HR department is responsible for handling a range of administrative and people-related functions within the organization. These include talent acquisition and retention, employee benefits administration, performance management, compensation structures, and employee development.

An effective HR management system can impact an organization’s productivity, employee satisfaction, and overall growth . Additionally, it can help ensure the organization complies with legal standards and minimize potential legal risks. Therefore, it’s apparent that HR management is a fundamental component, and investing in sound HR system and qualified HR personnel is necessary for the growth and success of any organization.

What is an HR Model?

When it comes to understanding an organization’s human resources function, an HR model can be a useful tool. Essentially, an HR model is a framework that outlines how an organization’s HR department operates. This includes the roles and responsibilities of HR staff, how HR policies and procedures are developed and implemented, and how HR interacts with other departments within the organization.

By having a clear and well-defined HR model in place, organizations can better manage their human capital and ensure that all employees are being supported in their roles. It’s important to note that there is no one-size-fits-all HR model; each organization will need to design a model that meets their specific needs and goals. However, a well-designed HR model can provide a roadmap for HR operations that helps companies succeed.

What is the Purpose of the HRM Models?

As with any department within a company, Human Resource Management (HRM) has its own set of models. But what exactly is the purpose of these HRM models?

Essentially, HRM models are used to create a standardized framework for HR practices, policies, and procedures. This ensures that all employees within an organization are treated fairly and consistently.

Moreover, these models help HR managers to better understand the company’s needs and to develop strategies that will allow them to find the right people for the right roles. By relying on HRM models, companies can optimize their practices and policies, leading to a more productive and satisfied workforce.

So, while seemingly a minor aspect of a business, HRM models are actually a crucial tool in ensuring a company’s success.

What are the Most Common Models of HR?

Human resources is an essential function in any organization, as it deals with personnel management, employee training, and benefits administration.

Many different models of HR exist, but some of the most common include strategic, tactical, and operational.

  • Strategic HR:  Strategic HR is a crucial component of any successful organization. It involves the deliberate alignment of human resources with the company’s overall goals and objectives. This encompasses a wide range of activities, including recruitment, training and development, compensation, and performance management. By prioritizing strategic HR initiatives, companies can ensure they have the right talent in place to achieve their goals and maintain a competitive edge.
  • Operational HR:  Operational HR is the backbone of any organization. It is a process that focuses on the day-to-day management of a company’s HR functions with the primary goal of maximizing productivity. The core tasks of operational HR include recruitment, employee management, benefits administration, and performance management. Essentially, the operational HR team ensures that the company’s HR policies and procedures are implemented properly while providing support to employees.
  • Tactical HR:  This approach involves HR professionals taking a more hands-on and proactive approach to managing human resources. It’s all about developing and implementing strategies that are aligned with the broader goals and objectives of the organization. Through tactical HR, HR professionals can better understand the needs of employees and the organization at large, identify potential roadblocks, and develop solutions that help drive business success. In short, Tactical HR is about being nimble, predictive, and strategic – all essential qualities for today’s HR professionals.

Each HR model has its own unique benefits and challenges, and choosing the right one depends on the organization’s goals and values.

What are the Popular Human Resources Practices?

Effective human resources practices play a crucial role in the growth and success of any organization. With the ever-changing dynamics of the modern business world, it is essential for companies to implement the most famous human resources practices to keep pace with the competition.

Here are some of the popular Human Resources practices based on recent search results:

  • Investing in the Right Technology : This involves using advanced HR tools and software for efficient employee management and data processing.
  • Streamlining Recruitment and Hiring : This practice includes refining hiring processes to make them more efficient and effective.
  • Offering Effective Onboarding : It’s crucial to provide new hires with a comprehensive introduction to the company, their roles, and expectations.
  • Providing Security to Employees : Ensuring the safety and security of employees is a top priority for HR departments.
  • Selective Hiring : Hiring the right people is crucial for the success of an organization.
  • Creating Self-managed and Effective Teams : Encouraging employees to manage their own teams can foster a more productive work environment.
  • Implementing Fair Compensation and Benefits : Offering competitive pay and benefits can help attract and retain top talent.
  • Promoting a Knowledge-sharing Culture : Encouraging employees to share knowledge and ideas can boost innovation.
  • Maintaining Transparency : Open communication and transparency can improve trust and morale among employees.
  • Prioritizing Workplace Safety : Implementing safety measures and protocols is essential for the well-being of employees.
  • 360 Feedback : This involves gathering feedback from all levels of the organization to assess performance and make improvements.
  • Ongoing Training Program : Regular training programs can help employees develop their skills and stay updated with industry trends.
  • Rewards and Recognition : Recognizing and rewarding employees for their hard work and achievements can boost motivation and engagement.
  • Open Book Management Style : This encourages transparency and involvement of employees in decision-making processes.
  • Performance Linked Bonuses : Bonuses tied to performance can incentivize employees to meet or exceed their goals.
  • Eliminating Bias in the Recruitment Process : Ensuring fair and unbiased hiring practices is key to promoting diversity and inclusion.
  • Prioritizing Talent and Performance Management : Regular performance reviews and talent development programs can help employees grow and succeed in their roles.

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When it comes to presenting these models and practices, visual aids play a crucial role. Professional PowerPoint templates specifically designed for Human Resources Management (HRM) can significantly enhance the understanding and retention of key information. These templates, amongst others, offer visually appealing and easy-to-understand formats to present vital HRM concepts and strategies.

1. Best Human Resources Models and Practices PowerPoint Templates – Unlock Your HR Potential with Proven and Effective Models and Practices


Managing a company’s human resources can often be challenging, but with the right tools, it doesn’t have to be. That’s where the best human resources models and practices PowerPoint templates come in. These strategic framework templates provide a visually appealing and professional way to showcase important HR information to stakeholders and team members alike. From performance management to talent acquisition , each template is designed to fit the needs of modern HR practices and help drive success for your company. With their sleek design and user-friendly interface, using a modern HR template will make communicating important HR initiatives easier than ever before. This well-designed PPT template has a comprehensive set of the best human resources diagrams , the most practical HR models, creative charts, Microsoft Excel tables, recommended tools, and fully customizable infographics that every HR practitioner should know. Buy and download this all-in-one HRM PowerPoint template today!

2. Ulrich Model – HR Transformation Model – Transform Your Workplace with Ulrich Model – HR Transformation Model

Ulrich Model-HR Transformation Model

The Ulrich Model, also known as the HR Transformation Model, has revolutionized the way that human resources departments operate.  Developed by David Ulrich , this model is centered around four key roles that HR professionals should strive to encompass:

  • Strategic Partner
  • Employee Champion
  • Change Agent
  • Administrative Expert

By integrating these four roles into their everyday work, HR professionals can help to shape a company’s overall strategy, foster positive employee relations, drive organizational change, and improve operational efficiencies.  The Ulrich Model has been adopted by countless organizations worldwide, and the results have been overwhelmingly positive.  This model not only aligns HR with the overall goals of a company, but it also helps to position HR professionals as key drivers of organizational success. To help organizations incorporate this model into their HR strategies, a  comprehensive Ulrich Model PowerPoint template  has been designed, providing a valuable tool for HR professionals. With its user-friendly format and customizable features, this template is a practical and accessible resource for those seeking to improve their HR effectiveness and ultimately drive better business outcomes.

3. Standard Causal Model of HRM – Premium PPT Template for Illustrating Components and Implications of the Standard Causal Model in Human Resource Management

Standard Causal Model Of HRM

The Standard Causal Model of HRM is a widely recognized approach to managing human resources within an organization. This holistic model identifies the connections between the  overall strategy, HR practices, and HR outcomes , which ultimately lead to  improved internal and financial performances . By aligning HR practices with the organization’s overall strategy, businesses can enhance their effectiveness in attracting and retaining top talent while also creating a positive and engaged workforce.  This, in turn, leads to higher levels of job satisfaction, productivity, and performance, resulting in greater profitability and growth for the company.  The Standard Causal Model of HRM provides a  framework for businesses  to optimize their human resources, making it a crucial component of any successful organization’s management strategy.

Creating a powerful and persuasive HRM presentation  requires more than just good design and formatting. That’s where the  Standard Causal Model of HRM PowerPoint template  comes in. This template is designed to help HR managers communicate complex organizational ideas in an easy-to-understand way. So, if you’re looking for a presentation that clearly communicates the value of HRM, this super clean template is a great choice. It’s easy to use and customizable, allowing  HR professionals  to focus on content and delivery rather than design. With this template, you can create a compelling, data-driven presentation that will impress senior management and help you achieve your HR goals.

4. 8-box Model by Paul Boselie – A Comprehensive PowerPoint Template to Paul Boselie’s HRM Approach

8-Box Model By Paul Boselie

The  8-box model developed by Paul Boselie  serves as a framework for assessing and analyzing the effectiveness of human resource management in an organization. This model is designed to provide an overview of the different HR processes and practices that impact organizational performance, such as recruitment, training, performance management, and compensation. By identifying these key areas, the 8-box model helps organizations  evaluate their current HR strategies  and make informed decisions about how to improve them. Ultimately, the success of this model depends on its ability to align HR practices with business objectives, foster employee engagement and satisfaction, and promote productivity and innovation in the workplace.

Creating a dynamic and informative presentation  is essential in today’s business world. When it comes to outlining organizational structures and human resources, the professional top-selling 8-box Model by Paul Boselie PowerPoint presentation template is the perfect tool for clear and concise visual communication. This creative PPT template offers a comprehensive and strategic understanding of the varying aspects that make up an organization and its interconnectivity. The template’s skilled design and customizable format make it an ideal choice for both  corporate and academic environments . Make your next presentation a success with this innovative tool that will captivate your audience and enhance your message. The template comes with both 4:3 and 16:9 slide aspect ratios for both standard screen resolutions and HD screen resolutions.

5. HR Value Chain Model – Add Value to Organizational Goals with this Innovative Presentation Template

HR Value Chain Model

The HR Value Chain Model is a framework that reveals how crucial human resource management is to organizational success. Essentially, the model sees HRM as an interconnected chain with three major components:  HRM activities and processes, HRM outcomes, and organizational objectives . The first component encompasses all the activities and processes involved in human resource management, such as recruitment, training, and performance management. The second component focuses on measuring the effectiveness of these HRM practices by looking at employee satisfaction, retention rates, and other key metrics. Finally, the third component assesses the impact of HRM on overall organizational objectives, including profitability, growth, and innovation.  By following this model, organizations can ensure that their human resource management practices are aligned with their broader strategic goals and lead to positive outcomes.

With this beautiful PPT template , you can track the impact of your HR processes and activities on your organization’s overall objectives, enabling you to make data-driven decisions to improve performance and enhance employee satisfaction. Make the most of this value-packed PowerPoint template to gain a competitive edge in the HR industry. This minimalist PowerPoint template has impressive slide design visual elements such as colorful infographics , vector icons, professional fonts, and more. For more convenience, you can also check out SlideSalad’s premium Google Slides Themes and Apple Keynote Templates versions.

6. HR Value Chain Advanced Model – Increase the Value of Authoritative Objectives using these Stunning PPT Slide Layouts

HR Value Chain Advanced Model

The HR Value Chain Advanced Model is a comprehensive tool used by businesses to establish the effectiveness of their human resource management.

The model outlines three distinct components:

  • HR Enablers:  HR enablers refer to the context in which HR activities are executed. This includes the financial and cultural environment within which the company operates.
  • HR Activities:  The HR activities are those that describe what needs to be done to manage your employees, including planning, recruitment, training, and retention of staff.
  • HR Outcomes:  HR outcomes describe the positive impact of HR activities on the organization and its staff.

Overall, the HR Value Chain Advanced Model is essential to any organization’s success and the development of a thriving, engaged workforce.

The best HR value chain advanced model PowerPoint template can help organizations visualize the entire process, including the HR enablers, HR activities, and HR outcomes. With this comprehensive presentation template , HR professionals can efficiently execute their roles to support the company’s goals. The customizable nature of this premium PowerPoint template also allows for tailored modifications to align with specific organizational needs. Ultimately, the HR value chain advanced model PPT template can help businesses optimize their HR processes, resulting in improved workforce management and better organizational outcomes.

7. Harvard Framework for HRM – Download the Best PowerPoint Template for Presenting the Harvard Model for HRM

Harvard Framework for HRM

The Harvard Framework for HRM is a comprehensive approach to managing human resources that takes into account a variety of factors. This model emphasizes that effective HRM practices should prioritize  stakeholder interests , including the needs of employees, customers, and shareholders. Additionally, the framework considers  situational factors , such as the organization’s size, industry, and culture, when making HRM decisions.  HRM policies  are another critical component of the model, as they dictate how an organization attracts, develops, and retains its workforce. The ultimate goal of HRM practices is to achieve  positive HRM outcomes , including improved employee satisfaction, increased productivity, and reduced turnover rates. Finally, the Harvard Framework considers the  long-term consequences of HRM policies and practices , such as how they impact organizational reputation, financial performance, and societal well-being. By taking a holistic and strategic approach to HRM, the Harvard Framework provides a valuable tool for organizations looking to optimize their human resources practices.

Utilizing a fully editable PowerPoint template to convey these components can aid in delivering a persuasive presentation that engages listeners. A well-designed PPT template that highlights each component’s significance can help the audience understand the critical factors that contribute to successful HRM outcomes. By using the best Harvard Framework for HRM PowerPoint template, you can present your HRM strategy to your team, clients, or stakeholders confidently and effectively.

8. Warwick Model – The Best Business Strategy and HR Practices Microsoft PowerPoint Presentation Template Designs

Warwick Model HR

The Warwick Model is a comprehensive framework that organizations can use to understand and optimize their human resource management practices. This model comprises  five interrelated elements:  the  outer context, inner context, business strategy, HRM context, and HRM content . The outer context refers to the broader economic, social, and political factors that impact an organization, while the inner context includes the organization’s size, structure, and culture. By aligning their HRM practices with their business strategy, organizations can drive success and maintain a competitive advantage. The HRM context involves the policies and procedures related to recruitment, retention, and performance management, while the HRM content addresses the specific HR practices and programs needed to support an organization’s goals and objectives. By using the Warwick Model, organizations can ensure that their HRM practices are in line with their overall strategy and produce results that benefit both employees and the bottom line.

For  HR professionals , putting together a solid and engaging presentation can be a challenging task. That’s why many turn to Warwick Models for their HRM PowerPoint templates . With a range of options available, it can be challenging to know where to start. However, after thorough research and analysis, the consensus is clear: the best Warwick Model for HRM PowerPoint templates is the HR Strategy and Planning template. It’s clear, concise layout and attention-grabbing visual elements perfectly communicate important HR-related information to any audience. Whether you’re looking to present to upper management, colleagues, or clients, the HR Strategy and Planning template is sure to impress and tell a compelling story.

9. Guest Model – Implement the Combination of Soft and Hard HRM Approaches in Your Organization

Guest Model HR Model

The Guest Model of Human Resource Management is a framework that offers a holistic approach to managing employees in an organization. It was  developed by David Guest,  a renowned academic and management expert, in the  1980s . The model focuses on four main components:

  • HR practices
  • HR outcomes
  • Behavioral outcomes
  • Financial outcomes

According to the Guest Model, HR practices should be designed and integrated to achieve specific business objectives, such as  increased productivity, higher quality, and greater customer satisfaction . The model also highlights the importance of employee commitment and engagement, which are critical factors for improving HR outcomes. Overall, the Guest Model helps organizations to align their HR strategies with their  business goals , enhancing their competitiveness and success in the long run.

The  best guest model for an HRM PowerPoint template  should be one that not only looks professional but also helps to convey your ideas in a clear and impactful way. This  top PPT template  features w ell-designed graphics and easy-to-read layouts  that can help keep your audience engaged and focused throughout your presentation. Whether you are presenting to a group of colleagues or to a potential employer, selecting a suitable template can make all the difference in the success of your presentation. So, take your time and choose these compelling PowerPoint slide design layouts that truly represent your message and suit your needs as you strive to deliver an excellent HRM presentation.

10. Fombrun Model – PowerPoint Theme for the Fombrun, Tichy, and Devanna model of HRM

Fombrun Model HR Model

The Fombrun Model is a model that has been developed to provide a systematic approach to managing Human Resource Management. It is a detailed model that offers a framework for the management of human resources. And it is composed of four crucial functions:  Selection, Appraisal, Development, and Rewards . It begins with a thorough selection process, where the organization identifies the best candidates for a particular position. Next, the appraisal process provides feedback to employees on their performance and helps them to identify areas for improvement. The development process then ensures that employees are equipped with the necessary skills required to carry out their duties effectively. Finally, the rewards process acknowledges and motivates high-performing employees while also providing incentives for others to improve. By following this model, organizations can ensure that their human resources are efficiently managed, leading to increased employee productivity and, ultimately, business growth .

If you’re looking for the  top PowerPoint template  to help you present this model to your team , look no further than the  HRM PPT template  featuring the Fombrun Model. This template will help you create a visually engaging and compelling presentation that covers the four critical functions of HR. Whether you’re explaining the importance of selecting the right candidates or discussing the value of ongoing employee development, this elegant PPT template will provide you with the tools you need to inspire your audience and effectively communicate your message.

11. The 5P’s Model – Create Impressive PPT Presentations About the Comprehensive Form of Strategic HRM

The 5P’s Model HR

The 5P’s model provides a framework for effective human resource management. The first P,  Purpose , is about having a clear understanding of the organization’s vision and mission. The second P,  Principles , involves developing policies and guidelines that align with the organization’s values and goals. The third P,  Processes , is about effectively implementing the policies and procedures. The fourth P,  People , revolves around hiring, training, and developing employees to ensure they are motivated and engaged. Finally,  Performance  is measured against clear objectives and standards to determine the effectiveness of the HR strategy. The 5P’s model supports the efficient and effective management of an organization’s most valuable asset:  human capital .

Whether you are designing new policies, training employees, or making strategic hiring decisions, you can use this template to guide your efforts and ensure that your organization is operating at peak efficiency. With its clean, stylish design and user-friendly layout, this modern PowerPoint template is the perfect tool for anyone looking to improve their HR management practices and achieve long-term success .

12. Career Planning Cycle / Steps – Showcase the Series of Steps Involving the Career Planning Cycle Using Premium PowerPoint Templates

Career Planning Cycle Steps

Planning for your career is highly crucial if you want to lead a successful and fulfilling professional life. Career planning is a  continuous process  that includes various steps that must be taken to ensure that you remain on track. The career planning cycle begins with  self-exploration , where you need to assess your interests, values, and aspirations. Once you have a clear understanding of your needs and goals, the next step is to  explore the different career options  that align with them. This will include researching the skills and experience required for each career path. After exploring suitable career options, it’s time to consider your options carefully and  make decisions  based on the information you collected.  The goal-setting process  follows, where you can set specific and realistic career goals to help you achieve your desired results. Finally, you need to  take action to achieve your goals , such as networking, getting additional education, or taking up relevant internships. Through systematically following these steps, you can  plan and progress your career, leading you to success.

SlideSalad’s popular Career Planning Cycle/Steps for HRM PowerPoint template offers a complete solution for HR professionals seeking to establish an effective career planning strategy for their team members. This cool PowerPoint template covers all the critical steps necessary for successful career planning. With its clear and concise design, this corporate PPT template is an essential tool for HR managers who want to help their employees develop. Therefore, if you’re ready to take your career planning to the next level, this recommended Career Planning Cycle/Steps for HRM PowerPoint theme is the perfect place to start. You can consider trying some of our free PowerPoint templates . All our premium templates are one-time purchases with lifetime updates and support.

13. Career Planning Process – Minimalist and Clean Presentation Design of Continuous Self-Evaluation and Planning Process in HRM

Career Planning Process

The Career Planning Process forms an integral aspect of Human Resource Management (HRM) practices, particularly for employees seeking  professional growth and advancement . It entails a systematic and well-structured approach that helps individuals identify their career goals, strengths, and areas for improvement. The process extends beyond the mere identification of career aspirations to developing an action plan for achieving them through skill advancement, training, and development opportunities.  Effective Career Planning can enhance employees’ motivation and job satisfaction, leading to better retention and recruitment outcomes.  Adopting this process within an organization not only benefits the individual employees but also contributes to the overall success of the organization. In summary, HRM professionals must invest in developing robust career planning frameworks to support employees in achieving their career aspirations and contribute to the organization’s upward trajectory.

With the right template in hand, HR leaders can guide employees through every step of the  career planning process , from assessing their current skill sets to setting clear and actionable goals for their future. Ultimately, with this  fantastic career planning PPT template  in place, HR professionals can empower their employees to take control of their career paths and achieve long-term success.

14. Communication Plan Template – Build an HR Communication Plan Using This Professional PPT Template Slides

Communication Plan Template

In any business, clear and effective communication is vital – and that’s where a Communication Plan Template comes into play. This document provides a structured framework for a company’s  communication strategy, outlining the methods, frequency, goals, and audiences  for various communications, as well as identifying who will be responsible for each aspect of the plan. By using this template, businesses can ensure that all stakeholders are receiving the necessary information they need in a consistent and timely manner, fostering greater collaboration and productivity across teams. Whether you’re involved in HR or any other area of your organization, implementing a  Communication Plan Template  can be a game-changer for streamlining processes and achieving greater success.

This best infographics PowerPoint template is specifically designed to help HR managers create and implement an effective communication plan that will keep their team informed, engaged, and productive.  With easy-to-use features like fully editable, unique slide layouts, 4:3 and 16:9 screen ratios, unlimited color schemes, vector objects, thousands of resizable icons, and customizable elements, this template is perfect for any HR professional looking to take their communication game to the next level.  So, if you’re ready to improve your team’s communication and drive results, purchase this top Communication Plan Template for HRM PowerPoint Template today!

15. Competency-Based Interviewing Template – Identify a Candidate’s Potential Performance in HRM Using This Pre-Made Comprehensive Presentation Theme

Competency Based Interviewing Template

Competency-based interviewing templates are a popular approach in the world of human resource management. This type of interview is designed to assess a candidate’s technical and behavioral skills, strengths, experience, and ability. By focusing on these aspects, interviewers can gain a better understanding of whether the candidate will be a good fit for the job, as well as the company as a whole. This type of interview is a structured process that is based on the premise that past behavior is a good predictor of future behavior. Hiring managers can use this information to identify patterns, trends, and specific competencies that are essential for success in the role. Overall, the competency-based interviewing template can be an effective tool for making better hiring decisions and ultimately building a more successful team.

To help guide your competency-based interviews, the SlideSalad team has developed a powerful pre-made PowerPoint template that will support you throughout the process. Whether you are an experienced recruiter or new to the interviewing process, our user-friendly PPT template will help you assess the skills and qualifications of candidates in order to find the best fit for your organization. With clear and concise prompts, you will be able to seamlessly navigate through the interview, ensuring that you cover all the essential areas. Put your best foot forward and take the first step towards finding your next great hire with our top-rated competency-based interviewing template. You can also share the purchased PPT template with your colleagues and store it on OneDrive or Google Drive .

16. Three Phases of Critical Incident Management – Showcase the Approach of Three Phases of Critical Incident Management in Human Resource Management

Three phases of critical incident management

When it comes to handling critical incidents in the workplace, having a plan in place can make all the difference. This is why critical incident management is such a crucial aspect of human resource management (HRM). The process can be broken down into three phases, each of which plays an important role in ensuring a safe and effective response.

  • Phase One:  Preparing for Critical Incidents
  • Phase Two:  Managing Critical Incidents
  • Phase Three:  Restoring Public Confidence

The first phase involves preparing for potential critical incidents. This might include identifying potential risks, training employees to respond appropriately, and developing communication protocols. The second phase is all about managing the incident itself – responding quickly, assessing the situation, and taking appropriate action. Finally, once the incident has been resolved, the third phase involves restoring public confidence. This may include conducting an investigation, communicating with stakeholders, and implementing changes to prevent similar incidents from happening in the future. By following these three phases, HR managers can help ensure their organization is ready for whatever critical incident may come their way .

Whether it be a natural disaster, workplace violence, or any other unexpected event, having a comprehensive plan in place can mitigate risk and help keep employees safe . That’s where SlideSalad’s Three Phases of Critical Incident Management for HRM PowerPoint Template comes in. This easy-to-use template guides HR specialists to navigate the three critical phases of incident management:  Preparation, Response, and Recovery . From identifying potential hazards to communicating with employees and stakeholders, this template covers all the essential steps to ensure a successful incident response. Thus, if you want to be prepared for any eventuality, this completely customizable awesome PowerPoint Template is a must-have resource for your HR toolkit. You can apply professional slide transitions and attractive animations to the slide if needed.

17. Delphi Method Steps Template – Estimate the Likelihood and Outcome of Future Events with This Elegant and Beautiful PPT Template

Delphi Method Steps Template

The Delphi Method is a structured approach used for  decision-making and forecasting , primarily in HRM. This method is a technique used to generate reliable, high-quality information from a group of experts by reaching a consensus through a series of iterative steps. The process begins with  selecting a panel of experts  on a particular topic and providing them with a set of questionnaires. These experts rate and revise their initial responses in each round based on the previous response until a consensus is reached.  The Delphi Method emphasizes the anonymity of responses, and the feedback from each round is compiled and returned to each participant for revision.  This approach is used in HRM to ensure a comprehensive view of a particular problem or issue and to generate a range of expert opinions that can be used to  provide   informed recommendations to decision-makers . The Delphi Method helps to minimize bias and subjective reactions through an objective assessment of viewpoints, and that makes the method reliable and effective.

Whether you’re a  seasoned HR professional  or just starting out, the  Delphi Method can be an incredibly useful tool for gathering expert opinions and making data-driven decisions.  With this prevalent Delphi Method Steps Template for HRM PowerPoint, you’ll have everything you need to conduct a successful Delphi study right at your fingertips. This clean and streamlined PPT template walks you through the entire process, from identifying the problem to analyzing your results and making recommendations. With totally customizable slides and vector infographics, you can easily tailor the slide layouts to your specific needs and make a truly impactful presentation. So why wait? Buy and download the best Delphi Method Steps PPT Template today and start gathering the insights you need to take your HR strategy to the next level. Feel free to check out some of our popular free presentation templates !

18. Job Analysis Template – PowerPoint Template on How to Conduct a Job Analysis and Multiple Job Analysis Examples

Job Analysis Template

Understanding the Job Analysis Template is crucial for any organization trying to fill a position. This document provides a comprehensive overview of the job’s responsibilities, working conditions, and necessary qualifications. The template consists of five sections, which include Duties and Tasks, Environment, Tools and Equipment, Relationships, and Requirements. Each category breaks down the necessary information in detail, providing clarity for anyone involved in the hiring process. By utilizing this template, organizations can effectively streamline their hiring process and ensure that they are hiring the most qualified candidate for the position.

Creating effective job analysis templates  is a critical step in ensuring that Human Resource Management professionals can evaluate job functions, consistently analyze employee performance, and make informed decisions to optimize employee performance. Finding the right job analysis template can be challenging, but with advancements in technology, PowerPoint templates are quickly becoming a popular option for HRM teams worldwide. The  best job analysis templates for HRM PowerPoint templates  should be user-friendly, visually appealing, comprehensive, and easy to edit. These  attractive PPT templates  should present all of the necessary information with clarity and allow HRM professionals to quickly gain insights into particular job functions, making it  easy to identify performance gaps and areas of improvement . As HRM teams continue to evolve, it’s critical to have the latest and most useful tools to enable them to excel in their roles. The right job analysis template makes all the difference and could be the key to unlocking the full potential of your team.

19. Job Description Template – Create the Best HR Job Description Template on PowerPoint Office Software

Job Description Template

A job description template is a crucial tool for human resource management that helps to define the roles and responsibilities of an employee within an organization. It serves as a blueprint for employees and employers alike, providing a clear understanding of what tasks need to be completed, the skills required to perform them, and the goals that an employee is expected to achieve. This awesome PPT template can also be instrumental in ensuring that all employees are on the same page regarding their duties and expectations, as well as promoting fair and equal treatment across all departments. From start-ups to established organizations, a job description template is an essential element of effective human resource management that helps businesses to function smoothly and achieve success. With the best Job Description Template for HRM PowerPoint Template , you can create an immersive experience for your candidates that accurately and comprehensively portrays the role and its responsibilities. This template features a modern design, visually appealing typography, and customizable sections that allow you to tailor the job description to meet your specific needs. With comprehensive and visually appealing templates , you can allure the right kind of applicant for your job opening and set yourself apart in the competitive landscape. This template is loaded with many features with unlimited brand colors, free fonts, vector-based infographics, well-organized editable icons, timelines and roadmaps , data charts, text boxes, diagrams, tables, 2 Aspect Ratio (4:3 & 16:9), drag-and-drop ready slides , and more. Moreover, you can find more options, such as image placeholders, slide backgrounds, and royalty-free stock images, on SlideSalad’s other premium templates.

20. Mentoring Action Plan Template – Inspiring PPT Template to Become a Successful Mentor/Mentee

Mentoring Action Plan Template

Mentoring programs have become increasingly popular among companies for several reasons, including employee development and retention . But a mentoring program without a plan is like a ship without a captain.  The Mentoring Action Plan is an HRM tool that outlines the steps and goals of a mentoring program and assigns responsibilities to ensure its success.  This plan takes into account the goals of the mentee, the skills and experience of the mentor, and any potential roadblocks that may arise during the mentoring process. The Mentoring Action Plan provides structure for the mentoring program, helps to ensure that mentoring sessions are productive and consistent and keeps mentors and mentees focused on the end goal. Overall, the Mentoring Action Plan is a key tool for organizations looking to  create an effective mentoring program  that can support employee growth and development.

This clean PPT template offers everything you need to create a visually attractive and informative plan that will engage your team in the mentoring process. From outlining the goals, objectives, and evaluation metrics to detailing specific mentorship activities and tactics, this template has it all. With its well-crafted slide design and user-friendly drag-and-ready layout format , you can rest assured that your mentorship action plan will be both compelling and effective.

21. Performance Management Template – Achieve Your Organizational Business Goals Using This Effective PowerPoint Template

Performance Management Template

Performance management is an integral part of Human Resource Management (HRM) . It involves  identifying, evaluating, and developing the performance  of employees within an organization. This process helps to ensure that employees are meeting the desired standards and achieving their targets.  Effective performance management  involves  regular communication, goal-setting, and feedback  among managers and their subordinates. To present performance management strategies and techniques in a clear, concise, and visually appealing way, a premium PowerPoint template is essential. SlideSalad’s most acceptable Performance Management PowerPoint template is a dynamic, attractive, and easy-to-customize template that is ready for instant presentation needs. The slides have clear sections for presenting different aspects of performance management, such as goal setting, key performance indicators (KPIs), and feedback. This appealing PPT template helps to deliver an engaging presentation that can motivate employees and improve their performance.

22. 4 Stages of Performance Management – Create a Compelling Presentation That Showcases The 4 Stages of the Performance Management Cycle

4 Stage Of Performance Management

Performance management is a comprehensive approach that focuses on helping organizations achieve their strategic objectives by maximizing the performance of their employees. It comprises four interconnected stages:

  • Reviewing and Rewarding

The  planning stage  involves setting objectives and goals, establishing performance standards and expectations, and identifying the resources required to achieve them.  Monitoring  involves tracking and assessing performance against the set goals and objectives.  Developing  focuses on improving performance by providing employees with the necessary skills, knowledge, and support. Finally,  reviewing and rewarding  involves evaluating performance, providing feedback, and recognizing and rewarding high-performing employees. Overall,  performance management is an essential process that helps organizations improve performance, increase employee engagement, and maintain a competitive advantage.

To conduct  effective performance management , it’s crucial to have a professional PowerPoint template that presents your data and recommendations seamlessly. This well-designed performance management PPT template can help you create an engaging presentation that accurately represents your data and ultimately showcases the value of your HRM efforts. By adopting these  super-clean PPT templates  to your arsenal, not only will you save time creating presentations, but you’ll also be able to deliver persuasive presentations that inspire action towards your goals.

23. RACI Matrix Template – Teach the Basic Elements of the RACI Model with This All-in-One Fully Customizable PowerPoint Presentation Template

RASCI – Responsibility Assignment Template

In today’s fast-paced business world, it is essential to have a clear understanding of  who is responsible for what within an organization . This is where the RACI Matrix comes in. Designed to help organizations clarify roles and responsibilities, the RACI Matrix is a practical tool used by  Human Resource Managers  to ensure everyone in an organization is on the same page. RACI stands for  Responsible, Accountable, Consulted, and Informed . By clearly defining who is responsible for a task, who is accountable for its success, who needs to be consulted, and who needs to be informed, the RACI Matrix helps everyone involved stay organized and focused on their specific tasks. With its clear and concise format, the RACI Matrix is an essential tool for businesses looking to streamline their operations and achieve greater success.

If you’re searching for the  perfect RACI Matrix PowerPoint template  for human resource management, look no further! A  well-designed RACI matrix  is essential for managing the responsibilities and accountabilities of a team, and the HR department is no exception. This elegant PPT template is packed with professionally illustrated elements, clear documentation, unlimited theme colors, and customizable features to suit your unique needs. The layout is user-friendly and easy to follow, making it a valuable tool for ensuring that everyone on your team knows their role and how it contributes to the success of your HR initiatives. With this  comprehensive RACI matrix PowerPoint template , you can streamline communication, minimize confusion, and maximize productivity – all in one convenient package.

24. Skills Requirement Checklist Template – Best Pre-Made Skills Requirement Checklist Template for PowerPoint

Skills Requirement Checklist Template

When it comes to hiring new employees, it’s important to have a clear understanding of the skills and qualifications necessary for the job. That’s where the Skills Requirement Checklist (SRC) comes into play. This tool is used by Human Resources Management (HRM) professionals to evaluate candidates and ensure they possess the necessary skills to thrive in the role. The checklist covers a wide range of skills, including technical abilities, soft skills, communication skills, and leadership potential . By utilizing the SRC, HRM can narrow down the pool of candidates to those who are most qualified, making the hiring process more efficient and effective. With this tool, HRM can ensure they find the perfect candidate who has the right combination of skills and abilities to excel in the position.

This  most promising Skills Requirement Checklist PowerPoint template  provides a comprehensive solution to help ensure that your team has the necessary skills and competencies to make the most of company resources. This  practical PPT theme  acts as a guideline to evaluate each individual’s strengths and weaknesses, formulate appropriate training, and maximize team potential. With the finest Skills Requirement Checklist PowerPoint template, your HR department will be better equipped to attract and retain the best talent while ensuring everyone performs at their best.

25. Stakeholder Analysis Matrix – Create an Impressive Presentation Showing Stakeholder Matrix Examples and Use Cases

Stakeholder Analysis Matrix - Power-Interest Matrix

Stakeholder Analysis Matrix, specifically the Power-Index Matrix, is a valuable tool for Human Resource Managers to assess and determine the level of involvement that stakeholders should have in a project. This matrix categorizes stakeholders into four quadrants: Keep Satisfied, Manage Closely, Keep Informed, and Monitor. Stakeholders who have a high power and high interest are Managed Closely, as they have a significant impact on the project’s success. Those with low power but high interest are Kept Satisfied, while stakeholders with high power but low interest are Monitored. Stakeholders with low power and low interest are kept Informed but are not given significant attention. By utilizing this fully-customizable PPT theme , Human Resource Managers can allocate resources accordingly, ensuring that the project runs smoothly and satisfies key stakeholders.

When it comes to  creating a stakeholder analysis matrix  that really stands out, this extensive PowerPoint template really takes things to the next level. Designed specifically for Human Resources Management (HRM) professionals, this colorful and vibrant PPT template offers a comprehensive overview of stakeholder analysis processes that can be easily customized to suit any unique business needs. With dynamic visuals, interactive slide layouts, and a user-friendly interface, this is truly the best stakeholder analysis matrix template on the market today. All the premium templates are one-time purchase and are eligible for lifetime support , and lifetime free support . Download today!


In conclusion, the right human resources models and practices can dramatically improve an organization’s efficiency, foster a positive work environment, and drive business success. From streamlined recruitment processes to robust performance management systems, these practices are integral to attracting, retaining, and developing top talent. The use of the best human resources models and practices PowerPoint templates in presenting these HR models and practices can aid in better understanding and implementation across all levels of the organization. Remember, the key to successful HR management is a combination of strategic planning, continuous learning, and adaptation to evolving business landscapes. By leveraging these best practices and effective presentation tools, you can ensure your HR department remains a pivotal contributor to your organization’s growth and success.

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The HR PowerPoint Template is a set of 17 slides to present human resources management concepts. Human Resources is the term used for people working in an organization. Whereas, the human resources department is responsible for administrating employee lifecycle (Attract, Onboard, Develop, Engage, Recognize, Transition). The HR focuses on recruiting, employee benefits and perks, on-job training, employee relations, and talent development. Our HR PowerPoint slide deck provides a range of layout and diagrams to present these HR-related topics. Different HR models and creative slides are available to discuss the organizational workforce.

The HR PowerPoint Template outlines the most important aspects of human resources processes and management. For example, hiring process, HR management structure, Strategic HRM, and more. Creative clipart icons and shapes in PowerPoint templates will help visualize these aspects of human resources. The PowerPoint shapes could be used as metaphors for various collaboration or people-related activities. Further, the use of graphics gives an infographic look to the HR presentation theme.

The true potential of any business lies with its human resources. This HR template can assist in demonstrating all necessary functions such as policies, rules and HRM planning. Moreover, it includes slides for topics like job analysis, talent hunt as well as job poaching in retention strategies. A ready-to-use deck with all HR related topics will reduce time and effort of presenter. The professionals of any field can use HR PowerPoint template for a comprehensive business presentation.

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There are 15 excellent HR presentation topics :

1. Competency-based HR Management 2. HR Scorecard 3. Principles of HR Management 4. Measuring ROI of Training 5. Change Management

6. Diagnosing Organizational Effectiveness 7. Good to Great 8. Coaching for Optimal Performance 9. Balanced Scorecard 10. Career Management

11. Communication Skills 12. Emotional Intelligence 13. Developing Leadership Skills 14. Presentation Skills for HR Managers 15. Creative Thinking Skills for HR Managers

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  • What is Strategy?
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The big picture on employee journey & culture, hr strategy - culture.

Culture is not some fuzzy, intangible organizational concept. Culture is grounded in an organization's values, reflected by the norms, behaviors, and language of team members, nurtured by the environment team members work in, and reinforced by the organization's compensation and benefits. If you want to improve an organization's culture, then improve the values, norms, language, environment, compensation, and benefits.

Furthermore, an organization's culture should be reflected, celebrated, and reinforced throughout the employee journey. If you get the culture and employee journey right, you set the foundation for happy, fulfilled, and productive team members.

Org Strategy Framework

Does your company have a value statement ? Can all the team members recite it from memory? Is it reflected in the norms, behavior, language, environment, benefits, and compensation? If it isn't then the values are probably doing more harm than good to the culture.

Culture can make or break a company, so get the four building blocks of culture right. Any culture strategy starts with the leadership asking some tough questions about values, norms & language, the environment, benefits, and compensation.

Creating a Strong Culture

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Read about the role and competencies of a Strategic Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO)

How Does Google (#1 Place to Work) Do Culture

Google takes culture seriously. They have a People Analytics team to measure the impact of different cultural and employee journey practices.  They may have a few too many values (below), but they are insightful, and catchy and serve as a strong foundation for Google's culture.

Google has five stated norms of psychological safety, dependability, structure & clarity, the meaning of work, and impact of work. Their norms reinforce their values.

Google spends significant resources and research on creating productive and collaborative environments. Google needs top talent, and its benefits and compensation ensure that it can attract and retain that top talent.

The main point about Google is the purposefulness of the leadership in crafting and nurturing Google's culture.

Google Culture Examples


As Roy Disney, the older brother of Walt Disney said, “When your values are clear to you, making decisions becomes easier.” 

What are the values that will help team members, individually and collectively, achieve the mission of the organization?

Frankly, most company value statements are generic, forgettable, and not utilized as the cultural foundation. If this is your company, start over, and spend some serious time brainstorming and engaging team members on what the soul and core values of the company are.

Once you figure out the core values, make them pithy, and rememberable, and then celebrate them, internally market them, weave them into the organizational language, refer to them, utilize them in decision-making, and embed them within the various strategies across the business model . Below is the values idea map, which may give you some ideas on potential values.

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For a software company, we worked with the management team and employees to create core values that were authentic and important to team members. 

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Norms are the widely accepted individual and interpersonal behaviors in an organization, which should reflect the values. While values are the foundation of a culture, norms are the embodiment and manifestation of them within the culture.

A new employee views and feels a culture through the norms of how team members treat themselves and each other. The adage "lead by example" is crucial to the norms of an organization. People learn through mimicry, and leaders need to live the values and reinforce the norms of an organization.

Norms permeate through all interactions, including conversations, meetings, emails, communications , Slack, events, projects , and personal and external interactions.

Company Norms

Amazon's Meeting Norms

Early on in Amazon's history, Jeff Bezos instilled very thoughtful norms around meetings. Valuing problem solving and productivity, Jeff enacted five norms for meetings. The details are in the graphic.

Imagine being a new Amazon employee attending your first meeting. You would probably be a bit shocked, but also appreciative of the purposefulness of the norms and ritual.

The point is, norms are where culture and reality collide. The more purposeful an organization is at defining and reinforcing the norms, the stronger the culture will become.

Amazon Meeting Best Practices


We often overlook the environment as a strategic driver of culture, values, and organizational performance. As a society, we spend so much time, attention, and money on the interior design of our homes. It is the complete opposite for workspaces, where millions spend 40+ hours a week.

Small strategic investments in workspaces can pay large dividends. Think about simple ideas, like putting up posters of the organizational values , employees living those values, recent successes, customer logos, and other messages you want to reinforce. You can name conference rooms after clients or the core values. Or, you can make meaningful investments to transform workspaces to be collaborative, supportive, and engaging spaces of productivity, like Google does (examples below).

The takeaway is to be purposeful in workspace design and decor. Understand what values or cultural elements you want the environment to support, and then build them into the environment.

Company Environment Examples


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Much like the customer journey is a core component of corporate strategy, the employee journey is a core component of HR strategy. At a high level, the employee journey includes recruiting, hiring, onboarding, development, evaluation, and advancement. Companies with strong employee journeys help elevate and realize the potential of their team members and utilize the employee journey to reinforce their culture.

To develop a strong employee journey strategy engage team members in diagnosing issues, coming up with goals, ideas initiatives, and executing the initiatives. An employee journey strategy comes down to answering four fundamental questions, which are below.

Improving the Employee Journey

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Candidate recruitment. Processing company payroll. Resolving conflicts. Maintaining a work environment. Performance analysis. Employee engagement.

Managing people can be overwhelming; we'll let you take care of that. As for your onboarding presentations, we've got you covered.

From recruitment and training to webinars and workshops, there is more than one instance in which an HR professional needs to present. Presentations in the corporate environment are an everyday affair, and is no less in the HR department, so presentation skills for an HR professional are a must-have, considering the nature of their profession.

What are HR presentation templates?

There are multiple functions of an HR professional, and there is a slide deck for almost each one of them. HR presentation templates are predesigned slides that help HR professionals create slide decks for various purposes like training, performance, HR benefits, company policies, and other HR meetings. These templates can be customized according to the presenter and the audience.

Zoho Show's HR presentation templates

Zoho Show, an online presentation tool for modern teams, allows you to design slide decks quickly with Show's wide range of free presentation templates for HR professionals . Whether promoting a job opening or training a new hire, an HR professional needs to project an air of polish and professionalism. With Show's templates, all you have to do is replace the placeholder content, customize the colors and font to suit your company needs, and you are good to go!

Employee onboarding presentation templates

What is it.

When an employee joins an organization, they should be familiar with the company and its policies. This is the first impression an employee has of the organization, and it is important to create an impact. An ideal employee onboarding process should make the employee feel welcome and that they are an integral part of the company, and tell them what they should expect from the company and what is expected from them.

An onboarding presentation template is a must have in this scenario. This will include everything about the organization—its history, core values, mission statement, company culture, and its policies. The presentation template will also carry the company's structural hierarchy, overview, and a road map of the organization, benefits, and compensation for employees.

What Show offers

Show's onboarding presentation template has essential slide templates to create an engaging slide deck. This free presentation template features a minimalist design paired with a structured layout to help you confidently onboard new employees. Dashes of red and blue help keep viewers' attention on the vital details.

Company values Company timeline Company policies Organizational structure  Growth metrics

Employee benefits presentation template  

Apart from the regular wages or salary given to an employee, there are other benefits that an employee receives for working in an organization. Most employers feel that employee benefits improve the overall satisfaction of the employee, thereby helping with employee retention. 

An employee benefits presentation template must include the overview of the benefits and should include the various benefits the company provides their employees in detail. This presentation template should include the health benefits, leave benefits, financial support, retirement plans, and other perks and remuneration given to the employees. It will also have to include who or which team is responsible for the benefits and their contact information.

The employee benefits presentation template from Show has the perfect slides to communicate the perks and benefits to your employees effectively. Comprising of pastels and pink tones, this free presentation template creates a welcoming and energetic feel. The charts and graphs inside this structured, elegant template are sure to get the message across.

Overview of employee benefits Health benefits Insurance Financial support Other perks and remuneration Important contacts  

Company policies presentation template

Every organization has a set of policies they expect employees to abide by. These are the first pieces of information the company wants to provide employees in their onboarding session. The presentation has to be comprehensive to cover all the policies in detail to ensure employees are aware of them before their employment with the company.

A company policy presentation template should begin with the history and overview of the company followed by the company's vision and mission statement. The template will include the general employment policies, employee classifications, and anti-discrimination and harassment policies. Furthermore, the travel and remote work policies and who to contact in case of escalations and clarifications must be covered.

Show's company policies presentation template has all the required slides for your employee's induction. This free presentation template's modern yet retro design pops with green geometric accents and will get the information across while welcoming in employees.

Employee policies and practices Equal employee opportunities Anti-discrimination and harassment Travel policies Important contact information

Recruitment drive presentation template

A recruitment drive is where the HR department scouts the best talents to fill various roles in the organization. This is typically done externally but can be done internally in rare cases. A recruitment drive is where potential candidates decide to be part of the company or not, so it is important to keep the presentation as engaging and informative as possible.

A recruitment drive presentation template will showcase key information about the organization—its background, policies, and a who's-who of the company. The template will have to include the opportunities available for the employee's growth and key statistics of the company that will set it apart from the competitors. 

Zoho Show's recruitment drive presentation template has slides to engage your audience in the session. This free presentation template is colorful and sure to connect with potential recruits. The subtle geometric designs give a structure to the presentation without feeling cluttered.

Company policies Positions available for recruitment Team members Job perks Career opportunities

Workplace harassment policy presentation template

Every organization has a strict employee harassment policy to ensure their safety. A concrete work harassment policy is laid out to build an inclusive workplace where all employees feel supported and respected. This slide deck has to have all the necessary information in detail for the employees to be aware of the policies.

A workplace harassment policy presentation template will include what is considered harassment in the company and the company's policies against it. It will have an overview of the laws of the state and the country and the reporting procedure in case of any such event. The presentation template must also include an example of what is considered harassment, dos and don'ts, and who to contact in case of an issue.

Show's workplace harassment policy presentation template includes all the slides required to outline the discrimination policies and how to avoid violating them. This free modern template uses pops of colorful pastels to highlight key points. The professional yet welcoming slides will offer clarity and invite engagement.

Company's policies against harassment Government's policies against harassment Examples of discrimination Reporting procedure Consequences Contact information

Tips to create a perfect HR presentation

While you can count on Zoho Show for free HR presentation templates, here are a few tips to help you put together a perfect presentation.

Know your employees' needs

A presentation is for the end audience; it is ideal to create a presentation that aligns with what the employee needs to ensure that message is conveyed. Let's say an onboarding presentation or a recruitment drive presentation must include the perks and remuneration for the employees to hold their attention. Thus, it is important to know your employees and draft a presentation accordingly. 

Avoid using industry jargons

It is crucial to communicate your message effectively to your audience. Including industry jargon or abbreviations may confuse them or might convey a different meaning than intended. For example, when you are presenting compliance or security presentations for employees, it is important to avoid jargon and abbreviations as the employees have to understand everything completely. In case it is necessary that these have to be included, follow it up with a key slide with explanations.

Include key statistics and data

Backing up information with statistics and data will always bring more credibility to the information presented. Be it a performance review, employee engagement, or employee review, add necessary data with charts or graphs to interest and engage your employees.

Make it interactive

Some HR sessions can be lengthy; an employee onboarding session or recruitment drive can consume more time than the usual presentations. It is important to have a small quiz or an icebreaker session to keep it interactive. Narrating a personal anecdote or adding humor in between will also add a little extra to your presentations.

Always end with a Q&A session

There can always be need for clarification. Be it company policies or job perks and remuneration, employees can have several doubts after a session. These will also give you new perspectives and teach you new lessons that can help make future presentations better. During this part of a presentation, you can also request attendees provide suggestions and feedback that you can use to alter the slide deck accordingly to fit their needs.

Final thoughts

An HR presentation is not just another presentation; it has crucial information regarding an organization. Whether they be employees, potential candidates, or internal stakeholders, HR presents to different audiences for different situations. All these carry information vital for the organization's growth. Hence the importance of perfectly crafted presentations to create the right impact with the audience.

Check out Show's free presentation templates to see how you can ace your next presentation in style.

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“When you’re an HR professional, navigating your team through a big change can feel like trying to herd cats while nailing jello to a tree.” That’s how my client Gina, a high-achieving HR professional, described the pressures of today’s rapidly changing business environment.

Based on the traditional retirement age and a 40-hour work week, most of us will spend 90,000+ hours of our lives on the job. As enticing as it can be to land a great salary with attractive benefits, many professionals today want those hours to deliver more than just a good income.

According to a March 2024 article in HR Dive , the quest to retain great talent and productive teams has become even more dire. They cite a recent Express Employment Professionals-Harris Poll survey where 33% of U.S. hiring managers anticipate employee turnover at their company to increase in the next year, costing an average of $36,295 to $100,000 annually. This has led to findings that are reflected in the Gallagher Report that the top operational priority for organizations is retaining talent—ahead of revenue.

But the truth is that in many cases when employees leave, they aren’t quitting their job. They are quitting their managers or their cultures—sometimes both.

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Covering a team member’s basic needs might get them on your team, but that’s not what will make them stay on the team. When clients tell me that they’re feeling burned out, they talk about a lack of passion/purpose. They want to make an impact. Translation: They want a higher ROI from the 90,000 hours invested in their career.

The truth is that business has gotten more personal. Employees are now asking companies to deliver the sense of belonging, purpose and esteem that individuals used to find elsewhere. Opportunity exists when HR leaders find creative ways to achieve this. Start by investing more in your team’s personal and professional growth. Create regular experiences that not only motivate but elevate. Encourage an environment of collaboration versus competition. Create opportunities to acknowledge each other’s strengths and contributions.

By leaning into an individual’s desire to be part of a greater purpose, HR professionals create teams that are not only more productive but also more loyal and engaged.

Encouraging teams to become part of the innovative process also encourages them to become more invested in the outcome of the process. Train managers to create environments that invite creativity, experimentation and risk-taking. This means creating a safe space for employees to share their ideas, test new approaches and celebrate successes and failures alike. When employees feel like they have the freedom to innovate, they are more likely to feel engaged and motivated.


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The secret sauce doesn't stop there. HR professionals must continuously evaluate and refine their strategies through the lens of the EPIC framework.

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No more trying to nail jello to a tree! Now is the time for HR professionals to take advantage of the opportunity to reimagine their roles. You have the potential to significantly impact the organizational culture, making it a place where professionals want to work and are also proud to be a part of.

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In August 2009, Reed Hastings, our co-founder, published a 125-page powerpoint presentation on Netflix’s culture. Its refreshingly direct tone immediately struck a chord — and the focus on values and performance over rules and controls have enabled us to adapt and grow ever since.  

Over the last 15 years, we’ve revised it four times in the quest for excellence, and today, we’re publishing the latest iteration for anyone to read. It’s been 12 months in the making, with every employee given the chance to weigh in (we call this “farming for dissent”). In total, we received over 1,500 comments, many of which are reflected in this update.  

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