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The view from the C-suite still looks nothing like the diverse world outside, so how can leaders address this?
CHROs who work well with their CEOs have a lasting impact on the business.
In this podcast, AmCham Shanghai speaks to Heidrick & Struggles about how the landscape for senior executive talent in China has evolved—and where it may be heading next.
Here’s an exercise any team can go through to evaluate its level of support and challenge and get better.
A look at the CHRO experiences of two energy companies suggests that CHROs who take an analytical and strategic approach are most effective.
By starting with a clear-eyed view of where a company’s culture is, senior executives can better articulate what it could be—and spark the sorts of frank management conversations that help link culture to commercial business goals.
A Heidrick & Struggles survey collects the advice of more than 700 human resources officers and transitioning executives on how best to move into a new role.
The key to a successful transition is preparation. This video interview discusses how to set yourself up for success when considering a move to a new company.
Our discussion with executives from Facebook, LinkedIn, and Salesforce highlights the ways in which data analytics is transforming human resources.
Learn alongside your customers and strengthen your relationships in the process.
Ready or not, a technological revolution is coming to human resources that could help level the playing field for millions of diverse job candidates and employees.
Far too many internal training programs waste money and align poorly with the company’s long-term strategy. They can do better.
The CEO and head of HR at the US-based financial holding company describe how a culture-change effort is restoring accountability and growth.
The growth of digital business and shifting demographics are reshaping the competition for top leaders in China.
The head of HR at Cafe Rio Mexican Grill describes how the company baked the best of its small business culture into a scalable model that is proving vital for the company’s success.
How can HR leaders ensure their units are meeting the strategic talent needs of the organization and operating with an edge? Build a strong HR “top team” around four key roles.
Scarce—and, in some cases, unprepared—management talent is hampering the growth ambitions of some multinational companies in Asia. Forward-looking organizations are rejuvenating their internal and external talent programs.
Domestic Chinese companies are often held back by their lack of HR savvy. By identifying HR challenges, local firms and multinationals can put themselves firmly on the road to success.
A cross-sector panel of leaders discusses the challenges and opportunities inherent in talent, and identifies ways that companies can spot—and mitigate—the most important talent risks they face.