This is how companies will change the way hiring is done, from having a flexible workforce to the increasing responsibilities of the Chief Human Resource Officer
Seeking resilience may be common in most crises, but when it is a pandemic of this scale, care and empathy are what sustain employees and help them ride out the storm.
Trekking the bumpy Road of the Ride hailing Company, the way this new CEO maneuvered its gears have been intriguing, to say the least.
The world moved to remote work almost overnight, as it were. Read on for what HR professionals should know about bringing a remote leader on board.
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.
Corporate leadership has a pivotal role to play in organizational success, and the CHRO must drive continuity of leadership teams through a strong process of succession planning.
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.
Human Resources transformation drives business transformation. Know how to create a business environment to drive human resources transformation
A list of top initiatives Top CHROs steered this year!
With recruiters seeking specialized skills in modern HR professionals, HR certifications ensure that a professional would be able to bridge those skills gap and be ready to take up leadership responsibilities in an organization
Today, 44% of companies have three or more women in their C-suite, up from 29% of companies in 2015
Women are making definitive inroads into top leadership roles, encountering a number of speed bumps on the way. Their growth could be a source of strategic advantages for businesses of today
WeWork’s IPO exposed the abandoned and rotting board gender-bias wound
Climate change is no illusion, and the effects are all there to see! Individuals and workplaces must come together to save the environment while keeping business going
Social media is re-birthing mass protests that were earlier choked up by the system
Women CEO are more likely to be fired than their male counterparts and it’s not about their performance
The fitting BoD is less about physical strength, more about mental toughness, with fitting minds and fresh eyes.
If a Culture hosts the fundamentals of Performance at its helm, then the Strategy will not mind revolving around it.
3 Leaders. 3 Behemoths. Legions of Communication Lessons
Segregating IQ and EQ, understanding how leadership can use Emotional Quotient as their personalized magic wand
As the spectrum of modern CEO proficiencies overlap with that of CHRO, the latter is most suited to be the future former.
Risk Management the most business critical functions in organizations. What you need to know about performance management and L&D in this function
Navigating constant concept flux is not easy. Being in sync makes positive ROI certain in uncertain situations.
Most founders are great at strategy and execution, and lay the foundation for a company’s growth. But scaling up with employees is not everyone’s forte
Fortune recently released its list of the greatest leaders. 15 women leaders figured in the rankings. What is the common trait among them?
HR Leaders are the ears of a company that hear even that which is “unsaid”. Do you want to hear what they have to say?
You don’t go to theatre, without knowing the theme of the play.
Weighed questions combined with a pertinent business approach, yields the desired end results.
Past, Present & Future are entwined with the thread of an effort, which lies in trying to make one better than the other.
The difference between “Knowing” & “Realizing” is the same as “Success” & “Failure”
Where there is no vision people perish. Read on.
Women are writing a new history of the business leadership. Disruption is in and Luddite complacency is out.
Companies spend hundreds of millions of dollars in leadership development every year. But it won't work unless they get the basics right
When it’s a tug of war, a vantage point is a good reference for negotiation possibilities
Spoiler alert: Your textbooks are bound to fail when the realities of life kick-in!
A vast majority of business leaders today are out of touch with their very own employees. This propagates every negativity imaginable.
They don’t yearn for power but a simple acknowledgment is the right of a CHRO.