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It is only fitting that the organization the world follows in networking and connectivity technologies count one of the most prolific people managers in its ranks. Francine embodies the spirit of superlative organizational strategy, leadership innovation and workforce development in her role as the CHRO of Cisco.
Ronan is arguably an accomplished CHRO whose people management feats have literally straddled the globe. In the land of OAG people management, Ronan is the finest there is. From China, UK and even the Netherlands, his long list of exploits are legendary in the industry, as are his educational credential which includes Oxford.
Award Winning CHRO Jayne certainly ranks right up there among the multi-talented and multi-faceted HR leaders on the planet today. Heading the People Practice for a global entertainment giant is no small feat, and Jayne makes it look effortless.
If there is one HR Leader who epitomizes supreme proficiency as an accomplished transformation agent, it is Kathleen. A Magna Cum Laude graduate of Harvard, Kathleen has proved her mettle time and again as an industry leader. Microsoft, Oracle, McKinsey, she has been there, done that.
People are key to organizational growth and success, and especially in the pandemic era, CHROs must sustainably engage them to ensure the business survives and thrives.
A record 95% of American employees were forced to adapt to stay-at-home work measures since the virus began its attack early this year.
The coronavirus has ensured the world of work will be a whole lot different when the worst of the crisis is past. CHROs must step up to help businesses ride the storm.
Agility strengthens an organization’s ability to proactively renew itself, adapt quickly, respond, and succeed in the changing industry and marketplace. The pandemic outbreak has been optimistic in elevating the role of CHROs who most often help CEOs lead their organizations into the future. .
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