Article: Empowering CHROs: A note to the CEOs

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Empowering CHROs: A note to the CEOs

CEOs expect CHROs to work in parallel with them to add direct value in strategizing the business. But are CHROs equipped and ready to meet these standards?
Empowering CHROs: A note to the CEOs
Dynamic nature of today’s business environment challenges the corporate leaders to evolve rapidly and in accordance with the volatile markets, regulatory compliances, technology trends, cut-throat competition, and diverse workforce. Leaders at the CXO positions, particularly the CEOs, are responsible for driving the enterprises in the right direction with their skills, experience, and decision-making abilities. However, they also heavily rely on the insights from their business partners, co-leaders, and the management. CEOs usually face an array of challenges in the ever-changing market scenario. They expect Chief Human Resource Officers working in parallel with them to add direct value in strategizing the business. But are CHROs equipped and ready to meet these standards? Let us investigate! Delving into the issue Call it the need of the hour; the CEOs expect the HR leaders to be their Strategic Business partners and lead in driving the company with them. But, the issue is th...

Topics: CEO-CHROPartnership, Strategic HR

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