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The Changing Role of the CHRO

Bersin with Deloitte

To kick off the second day of Deloitte’s CHRO Academy event last week, Lisa Weber highlighted many of the challenges facing today's HR leaders. The Bold, Business-savvy CHRO. Driven by the need to deliver greater business impact and drive innovation, the CHRO role is changing. How long will it take us to recruit? A bold CHRO is also proactive in identifying trouble spots and creating talent initiatives in response.

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The Changing Role of the CHRO

Bersin with Deloitte

To kick off the second day of Deloitte’s CHRO Academy event last week, Lisa Weber highlighted many of the challenges facing today's HR leaders. The Bold, Business-savvy CHRO. Driven by the need to deliver greater business impact and drive innovation, the CHRO role is changing. How long will it take us to recruit? A bold CHRO is also proactive in identifying trouble spots and creating talent initiatives in response.

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The Changing Role of the CHRO

Bersin with Deloitte

To kick off the second day of Deloitte’s CHRO Academy event last week, Lisa Weber highlighted many of the challenges facing today's HR leaders. The Bold, Business-savvy CHRO. Driven by the need to deliver greater business impact and drive innovation, the CHRO role is changing. How long will it take us to recruit? A bold CHRO is also proactive in identifying trouble spots and creating talent initiatives in response.

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The Changing Role of the CHRO

Bersin with Deloitte

To kick off the second day of Deloitte’s CHRO Academy event last week, Lisa Weber highlighted many of the challenges facing today's HR leaders. The Bold, Business-savvy CHRO. Driven by the need to deliver greater business impact and drive innovation, the CHRO role is changing. How long will it take us to recruit? A bold CHRO is also proactive in identifying trouble spots and creating talent initiatives in response.

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The Changing Role of the CHRO

Bersin with Deloitte

To kick off the second day of Deloitte’s CHRO Academy event last week, Lisa Weber highlighted many of the challenges facing today's HR leaders. The Bold, Business-savvy CHRO. Driven by the need to deliver greater business impact and drive innovation, the CHRO role is changing. How long will it take us to recruit? A bold CHRO is also proactive in identifying trouble spots and creating talent initiatives in response.

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The Changing Role of the CHRO

Bersin with Deloitte

To kick off the second day of Deloitte’s CHRO Academy event last week, Lisa Weber highlighted many of the challenges facing today's HR leaders. The Bold, Business-savvy CHRO. Driven by the need to deliver greater business impact and drive innovation, the CHRO role is changing. How long will it take us to recruit? A bold CHRO is also proactive in identifying trouble spots and creating talent initiatives in response.

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The Changing Role of the CHRO

Bersin with Deloitte

To kick off the second day of Deloitte’s CHRO Academy event last week, Lisa Weber highlighted many of the challenges facing today's HR leaders. The Bold, Business-savvy CHRO. Driven by the need to deliver greater business impact and drive innovation, the CHRO role is changing. How long will it take us to recruit? A bold CHRO is also proactive in identifying trouble spots and creating talent initiatives in response.

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The Changing Role of the CHRO

Bersin with Deloitte

To kick off the second day of Deloitte’s CHRO Academy event last week, Lisa Weber highlighted many of the challenges facing today's HR leaders. The Bold, Business-savvy CHRO. Driven by the need to deliver greater business impact and drive innovation, the CHRO role is changing. How long will it take us to recruit? A bold CHRO is also proactive in identifying trouble spots and creating talent initiatives in response.

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The Changing Role of the CHRO

Bersin with Deloitte

To kick off the second day of Deloitte’s CHRO Academy event last week, Lisa Weber highlighted many of the challenges facing today's HR leaders. The Bold, Business-savvy CHRO. Driven by the need to deliver greater business impact and drive innovation, the CHRO role is changing. How long will it take us to recruit? A bold CHRO is also proactive in identifying trouble spots and creating talent initiatives in response.

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The Changing Role of the CHRO

Bersin with Deloitte

To kick off the second day of Deloitte’s CHRO Academy event last week, Lisa Weber highlighted many of the challenges facing today's HR leaders. The Bold, Business-savvy CHRO. Driven by the need to deliver greater business impact and drive innovation, the CHRO role is changing. How long will it take us to recruit? A bold CHRO is also proactive in identifying trouble spots and creating talent initiatives in response.

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The Changing Role of the CHRO

Bersin with Deloitte

To kick off the second day of Deloitte’s CHRO Academy event last week, Lisa Weber highlighted many of the challenges facing today's HR leaders. The Bold, Business-savvy CHRO. Driven by the need to deliver greater business impact and drive innovation, the CHRO role is changing. How long will it take us to recruit? A bold CHRO is also proactive in identifying trouble spots and creating talent initiatives in response.

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Meet 5 HR Pros Who Became CEOs

Cornerstone On Demand

Does that mean your CHRO, the go-to expert on people and talent, might be the best choice when selecting a new president or CEO for your company? The answer is yes, according to a recent study by Dave Ulrich, a professor at the University of Michigan's Ross School of Business, and Ellie Filler, a senior client partner at executive recruiting firm Korn Ferry. CEO of: Areva (2015).

People Analytics 101 with Josh Bersin

Cornerstone On Demand

A second application of people analytics is recruiting. Both the CHRO and CEO need to be comfortable making that financial investment. Analytics is the new buzzword in talent management, but that doesn't mean it's the new reality. For all of the business insights HR data promises to provide—predicting performance, boosting engagement, improving succession—there are as many questions about how to implement a data program in the first place.

This Workplace Merry-Go-Round Never Slows

TalentCulture

Every startup founder to CEO to CHRO to board member knows (or better know) the right people can mean the difference between boom or bust (including themselves), which is why organizations are moving away from how they source and categorize their people and toward a unified workforce that’s managed for results regardless of employment status. “Midway hawkers calling. Try your luck with me’. Merry-go-round wheezing. The same old melody…”. Neil Peart ( Lakeside Park ).

The HR Leadership Revolution — Will You Thrive?

Visier

A February 2015 study — conducted by Harris Poll on behalf of Visier — surveyed 301 corporate executives at companies with revenue of $1 billion or more across America and asked about sought-after HR leadership skills. 80% of executives say their company cannot succeed without an assertive, data-driven CHRO, who takes a strong stance on talent issues and uses relevant facts to deliver an informed point of view. Consider recruitment as an example.

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How You Can Become a Simply Irresistible Organization

HR Bartender

In the report Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends 2015, you tell us that the number one talent issues are engagement, retention and culture. Culture and employment branding are big conversations given the growing challenges with recruiting. If I were your chief human resources officer (CHRO), what are three professional development activities you would expect of me? There are lots of articles about what businesses need to do in order to be successful.

#atdMENA Jenny Dearborn and Big Data Analytics in Saudi Arabia

Strategic HCM

The CHRO role now requires data analytics expertise. And no surprise that CEOs would rather appoint someone from sales than from HR to be CHRO! (My Giving their sales reps more training had been wasted effort - it was actually the recruiters who had been failing and therefore needed more training as they''d been hiring against the wrong profiles.

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Live from #SHRM15: The Brilliant HR Profession of Today and Tomorrow

TalentCulture

We’re very excited to announced that the TalentCulture #TChat Show will be live from the 2015 SHRM Annual Conference & Exposition in Las Vegas, NV on Wednesday, July 1, 2015, from 1-2pm ET (10-11am PT). Get this: The enterprise executive whose traits are most similar to those of the CEO is the CHRO. The CHRO (42 percent of which are high-performing females), not the CFO, CMO, or CIO.

The Best Way to Prove the Worth of the Talent Function

Visier

This means that, in addition to considering human dynamics, the modern CHRO has the challenge of helping the company develop resource plans that are matched to financial expectations while delivering or exceeding desired business outcomes. Download the full Harvard Business Review report: The Changing Role of the CHRO. The Evolving Role of the CHRO. In a world where retiring workers outnumber new arrivals, the data-oriented CHRO will become a strategic player indeed.

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Live from #SHRM15: The Brilliant HR Profession of Today and Tomorrow

TalentCulture

We’re very excited to announced that the TalentCulture #TChat Show will be live from the 2015 SHRM Annual Conference & Exposition in Las Vegas, NV on Wednesday, July 1, 2015, from 1-2pm ET (10-11am PT). Get this: The enterprise executive whose traits are most similar to those of the CEO is the CHRO. The CHRO (42 percent of which are high-performing females), not the CFO, CMO, or CIO.

Deloitte’s HR Wake Up Call

China Gorman

Deloitte recently released its 2015 Global Human Capital Trends report, their annual comprehensive study of HR, leadership, and talent challenges compiled using data from surveys and interviews taken by 3,300+ HR and business leaders in 106 countries around the world. Building Leadership ranks as the #2 talent issue for 2015, with close to 9 out of 10 respondents citing the issue as “important” or “very important.”

Let’s Talk About Punching Above Your Weight…

Something Different

Google CHRO Laszlo Bock agrees with me (or I agree with him >_>), saying in this NY Times piece that: “If you take somebody who has high cognitive ability, is innately curious, willing to learn and has emergent leadership skills, and you hire them as an H.R. Learning and Development Personal Development Talent Management hr human resources learning and development Recruiting talent <www.bearpig.co.uk> 1.

18 Popular Articles for Strategic HR Pros: Your Back-to-Work Reading List

Visier

We searched for articles about day-to-day HR issues that earned high numbers of social media shares over the last 12 months, and found 18 popular articles on subjects ranging from recruitment and retention to strategic CHROs. If you are catching up after summer vacation or ramping up for a busy fall, here is a list of widely-read how-to guides and trends pieces you may have missed: Recruiting Top Performers. HR News & Trends hr trends recruitment retention workforce analytics

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Higher Ed Hiring Challenge: Shining a Light on Past Performance to Identify Star Performers

SkillSurvey

The performance of your faculty and staff directly impacts recruitment, retention, and graduation rates. Lisa Landis, associate vice president and CHRO of employee services, says, “We’re getting a much more complete picture of our job candidates’ strengths and weaknesses through candid feedback from their references.”. 3] Leadership IQ, Why New Hires Fail, June 2015 [link]. [4] Part III – This post is part of a blog series on “Challenges in Higher Ed Hiring”.

HR Isn’t The Needy, The Nerdy Or The Girlie

TalentCulture

Get this: The enterprise executive whose traits are most similar to those of the CEO is the CHRO. The CHRO (42 percent of which are high-performing females, by the way, for those keeping score at home). ” This research also clearly revealed that a CEO’s people skills, strategy, flexibility, energy and empathy (and many other business-centric attributes) closely align to the CHRO. Cool spring morning. Grade-school recess. A group of boys and girls gather on a damp field.

5 Trends at #HRTechConf

WorkHuman

Just as consumers do their research before making a purchasing decision, job candidates are scouring sites like Glassdoor before they even talk to a recruiter. On the CHRO Perspectives on HR Technology panel, Eric Volini from Deloitte said HR leaders need to look at data as an asset—bring it out of the back office and own it as the path forward to bring HR to a new level, adding, “HR tech allows HR to become relevant.”.

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WHITEPAPER: How to Hire For Cultural Fit.

The HR Capitalist

Some of you know my day job is being the CHRO and a partner at Kinetix, a national recruiting firm headquartered in Atlanta. We've got a great whitepaper available on hiring for cultural and motivational fit called " Not The Drones You're Looking For - Using Motivational and Cultural Fit In Your Hiring Process ". We wrote it because of the following: You know the drill.

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The HR Leadership Revolution — Will You Thrive?

Visier

A February 2015 study — conducted by Harris Poll on behalf of Visier — surveyed 301 corporate executives at companies with revenue of $1 billion or more across America and asked about sought-after HR leadership skills. 80% of executives say their company cannot succeed without an assertive, data-driven CHRO, who takes a strong stance on talent issues and uses relevant facts to deliver an informed point of view. Consider recruitment as an example.

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Ringing in the New: How HR Professionals Can Institute Organizational Change in the Coming Year

Hyrell

To recruit quality talent, companies need a strong employment brand that conveys the organizational culture and communicates what makes the organization a great place to work. Chief Human Resource Officers (CHRO) are not only experts on HR matters, they also know how the business works and the key issues that affect revenue generation, as well as company expenses. Recruiting Hiring & Recruiting Trends

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A Microbiome of HR technology We Are

TalentCulture

In our own microbiome, it’s happiest time of the year for many HR and business executives who are now at the 2015 HR Technology Conference & Exposition (second only to vacations and the holiday season). Now that you’ve documented your primary talent strategy problems and goals, it’s time to find the right solution that will enable you to recruit, hire, develop and retain the very best talent. The microbiome discussion had me riveted.

Making corporate relocations

HR Times

Posted by Danielle Feinblum on September 15, 2015. Given the critical role of talent in organizations and the need to maintain business continuity throughout the move process, the CHRO should be an integral part of the executive team involved in planning the move. When the business is moving, HR can lighten the load.

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Deloitte’s HR Wake Up Call

China Gorman

This is a re-post of one of the most popular Data Point Tuesdays in 2015. Deloitte recently released its 2015 Global Human Capital Trends report, their annual comprehensive study of HR, leadership, and talent challenges compiled using data from surveys and interviews taken by 3,300+ HR and business leaders in 106 countries around the world. Learning and Development jumped to the #3 talent challenge in 2015, up from the #8 spot last year.

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#TChat Preview: The Art of Candidate Engagement

TalentCulture

The TalentCulture #TChat Show is back live on Wednesday, June 10, 2015, at its new time from 1-2 pm ET (10-11 am PT). Last week we talked about how business strategies that help CHRO’s sleep at night , and this week we’re going to talk about the art of candidate engagement. One of the toughest challenges is recruiting in-demand tech talent and how to engage this elusive talent pool. Q2: How can employer branding and social recruiting help create talent pipelines?

Rebranding Human Resources. Let’s Get Real

HR Cloud

Recruiting has become talent acquisition and compensation & benefits has morphed into total rewards. As a result of this, over the past decade or so, we’ve witnessed numerous CHRO’s assuming the title Chief People Officer. There are few, if any, corporate functions that discuss changing their name as frequently as does human resources. Even those functions that decide to undergo this transformative process usually do so for just a subset of their team.

#TChat Recap: How Improving The Candidate Experience Empowers A Better Workforce

TalentCulture

Biro (@MeghanMBiro) May 27, 2015. A1: Access to humans – chat w/Recruiting, answering the phone, providing real feedback on status. — elaineorler (@elaineorler) May 27, 2015. — GerryCrispin (@GerryCrispin) May 27, 2015. Next week’s topic: Business Strategies That Help CHRO’s Sleep At Night — Our halfway point begins with our highly engaging Twitter discussion.

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Demand for HR Analytics Roles Remains Strong, but Slowing

Bersin with Deloitte

Given the time and expense of recruiting external candidates, some organizations are starting to upskill their existing HR staff and/or borrow staff from other functions for their analytics work. Some of the investments cited in the survey are encouraging – such as hiring a CHRO with a strong analytics background, or with finance or business experience. Source: Harvard Business Review Analytics Services and Visier, 2015

Demand for HR Analytics Roles Strong, but Slowing

Bersin with Deloitte

Given the time and expense of recruiting external candidates, some organizations are starting to upskill their existing HR staff and/or borrow staff from other functions for their analytics work. For the companies that are investing, some of the efforts are encouraging – such as hiring a CHRO with a strong analytics background, or hiring an HR leader with finance or business experience. Source: Harvard Business Review Analytics Services and Visier, 2015

Demand for HR Analytics Roles Strong, but Slowing

Bersin with Deloitte

Given the time and expense of recruiting external candidates, some organizations are starting to upskill their existing HR staff and/or borrow staff from other functions for their analytics work. For the companies that are investing, some of the efforts are encouraging – such as hiring a CHRO with a strong analytics background, or hiring an HR leader with finance or business experience. Source: Harvard Business Review Analytics Services and Visier, 2015

Demand for HR Analytics Roles Strong, but Slowing

Bersin with Deloitte

Given the time and expense of recruiting external candidates, some organizations are starting to upskill their existing HR staff and/or borrow staff from other functions for their analytics work. For the companies that are investing, some of the efforts are encouraging – such as hiring a CHRO with a strong analytics background, or hiring an HR leader with finance or business experience. Source: Harvard Business Review Analytics Services and Visier, 2015