Organizations across the world lay the bricks of their foundation by adhering to their mission and vision, values which help progress these teams to the ultimate goal of their organizational strategy. In this foray, Human Resource Directors or CHROs are the ones enabling these teams with the re-alignment of the people strategy and the organizational one. A CHRO thus, has become the conscience keeper and the navigational compass of organizations. But they have to be perfectly balanced in their advocacy, be a perfect fit as an employee and an employer, for which, they have to stay in touch with different verticals in an organization.
Historically, CHROs were considered to be on the fringes; however, nowadays, they’ve come out as critical cogs in the organizational machinery. The CHRO role has evolved from the archaic role of workforce managers to strategic partners in the major decisions for any company. And in my experience, more than the time spent sitting with all the ma...
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