Every Nonprofit CHRO’s Greatest Opportunity & Challenge: Balancing Capacity, Culture & Talent Management Priorities | Sessions
The pandemic radically changed the role of the CHRO as a critical leader in the C-suite and a convener of talent, data, technology and culture in a way not seen before. As the senior-most person responsible for your organization’s talent management strategy, how are you preparing to respond to disruption, ever-changing external factors and demand from your organization’s stakeholders?
As you look to 2023 and beyond, the role of the CHRO will become an even more essential player to strategic success. This is especially true for mid-sized-to-larger social impact organizations focused on solving complex societal challenges through complex organizational structures and ecosystems. Join us for a session as we explore ways the nonprofit sector is evolving and how to shift and sustain your approach to talent management.
- The new role of the nonprofit CHRO as a critical business leader and convener of organizational talent, data, technology and culture.
- How recession, inflation and a tight labor market have transformed the role and power of the CHRO.
- How the highest-performing nonprofit CHROs are leveraging leadership, systems thinking technology and data management skills to create wins for their organization.
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