Imagine you are looking into a conference room comprised of all your peers and the person responsible for the most important and expensive asset is missing. It sounds crazy but it happens more often than we think across organizations both big and small.
In fact, most companies have executive level HR leaders reporting into another level of management like the Chief Operating Officer even though it is the CEO or President that shapes and inspires the corporate culture.
Why does this happen? In some cases, it happens because HR leaders are unaware of the paradigm shift that is happening in their roles. More and more companies are facing growth or strong headwinds which requires HR leaders to be more business oriented and less HR oriented. Other leaders have a seat at the table but do not have a voice in the company.
This webcast will take you on a short journey and introduce a frame-work of questions to help you think about how you are establishing your voice and a seat in your organization.
Dina Marie Hernandez, Head of Human Resources at EXSIF Worldwide, Inc.