The VUCA world is unrelenting. Whether CEOs or the CHROs, challenges continue to evolve with unprecedented speed — from volatile markets, increased regulations, technology, data security, and a diverse workforce, to other newer areas of risks and opportunities. It is well appreciated that CEOs can derive a lot of value from having HR leaders at the table. But although much has been written and spoken about CHROs and their capabilities to be strategic business partners, at the end of the day, there is usually no communication between the CEO and the CHRO on many things.
Where on one hand, the CEOs expect HR leaders to be partners but are frustrated by how far HR leaders are from becoming actual business partners; on the other, these very expectations have proven to be the top challenges that the CHROs face today.
Through this cover story, we seek to understand the expectations of the CEOs and CHROs from each other. Although CEOs expect HR leaders to deliver the core ...
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