The role of “leader” has changed. Lower-level managers have a much broader span of responsibility. Cross-functional and global teams are far more commonplace. And career progression is moving at an accelerated pace.
This live webinar is designed for human resource professionals, business owners and managers, benefits and payroll professionals, operations managers, presidents, vice presidents, supervisors, managers, controllers, accountants and attorneys.
With concerns about labor shortages keeping CEOs up at night, the workforce has become an increasingly core strategic consideration to businesses. The HR leader is expected to be a strategic talent advisor who can also speak the language of the business with hard data. A February 2015 study — conducted by Harris Poll on behalf of Visier — surveyed 301 corporate executives. According to the survey, the sought-after HR leader is: Data-Driven: 80% of executives agree their company cannot succeed without an assertive, data-driven CHRO, who takes a strong stance on talent issues and uses real-time facts to chart their talent strategy. Business-Oriented: 81% of executives say that when hiring new senior HR talent they value business acumen more than technical HR skills.
Catch up on 22 of sessions from the SuccessFactors Virtual HR Leadership Conference whenever you’re ready. You’ll hear from thought leaders and product experts.