Today’s CHRO – the newest data-driven C-suite executive

Today’s CHRO – the newest data-driven C-suite executive

Have you evaluated your human resources leader’s skills and competencies lately? Have you benchmarked your human capital talent to that of growth companies? The time might be right to take a closer look. The role of the chief human resource officer (CHRO) has changed dramatically over the years. While at one time the human resources function was a mid-level staff position focused on personnel and immersed in administrative and transactional responsibilities, today’s CHRO should be a counselor, coach and trusted advisor to the CEO who has a seat at the executive table and whose opinion and experience are highly valued.

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