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The Great HR Gender Divide: Part I

Visier

However, as I’ve learned over the past year and a half, there is more to it than holding the executive title of Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO). of their time either being a “strategic advisor” (19.2%) and “counselor, coach, of confidante” (18.4%). being a coach).

The Great HR Gender Divide: Part I

Visier

However, as I’ve learned over the past year and a half, there is more to it than holding the executive title of Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO). of their time either being a “strategic advisor” (19.2%) and “counselor, coach, of confidante” (18.4%). being a coach).

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The Top 40 Job Titles in Human Resources

Ongig

Diversity: Many companies have diversity reporting into HR. But there is also a movement to have diversity be its own department and some parts of diversity stretch beyond HR (e.g. making sure vendors and customers are diverse).

Next Practices from LinkedIn, Amtrak, and Flex

i4cp

How is LinkedIn closing the gap on gender equality? Three case studies that provide insight into these questions are now available; each story is pulled from submissions from these organizations—all semi-finalists for i4cp's Next Practice Award.

A new business paradigm

Bersin with Deloitte

Being a “social enterprise” means going beyond a focus on revenue and profit and clearly understanding that we operate in an ecosystem, and all these relationships are equally important. Today it’s as if each C-suite exec (CEO, COO, CFO, CMO, CHRO, CTO, etc.)

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Highlights of i4cp’s 2018 Conference – Next Practices Now – Day 1

i4cp

Most impressive were his examples of coaching his students, coaching existing companies, and investing in start-up. Ellen Shook, Accenture’s CHRO, provided example after example of thinking differently about the challenges facing the intersection of emerging disruptive workforce technologies and workforce development.

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Putting the Future in Focus

HRExecutive

We keep sending kids off to four-year colleges to accrue lots of debt while studying for jobs they’ll never get,” Rowe continued. I had a meeting with the CHRO of a large global company about two weeks ago, and he was going through all the things he was working on,” Bersin said.

A new business paradigm

HR Times

Being a “social enterprise” means going beyond a focus on revenue and profit and clearly understanding that we operate in an ecosystem, and all these relationships are equally important. Today it’s as if each C-suite exec (CEO, COO, CFO, CMO, CHRO, CTO, etc.)

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