7 Resources for Enabling CHRO and HR Team Effectiveness | Multiple References

HR Effectiveness

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The Chief Human Resource Officer (CHRO) role continues to gain increased importance in many organizations. Over the past 30 days alone, I have tracked 135 CHRO appointments as part of CHROs on the Go—an individual subscription that provides insights into hires, promotions, and resignations to the CHRO role in organizations of all sizes and industries.

As CHROs continue to drive their personal and team effectiveness, here are 7 resources they can draw from: 

  1. Gartner’s CHRO Self-Diagnostic: This interactive tool allows you to evaluate your mastery of activities core to the CHRO role. Upon completion, you’ll get personalized feedback.
  2. RBL Group: I’m the New Head of HR, Now What? The First 90 Days Senior HR Transitions: Raises critical questions that new Heads of HR should ask and answer during their first 90 days in a new CHRO role.
  3.  Spencer Stuart – New CHRO Playbook: Getting Off to a Strong Start as a New Chief Human Resources Officer. This resource helps CHROs gain momentum through an eight-point transition plan spanning 114-days.
  4.  Egon Zehnder: Time to Transform the “Traditional” HR Operating Model? This article shares ideas on alternative HR operating models.
  5. Talent Strategy Group and The Shanley Group: Offers 5 questions CHROs can ask themselves to determine if they have an all-star HR team.
  6. HR Policy Association: The CHRO’s Guide to The Expanded Role of the Compensation Committee. This 16-page paper provides insights into how the role of the Compensation Committee continues to expand beyond its traditional charter.
  7. Deloitte: The Workforce Takes Centerstage: The Board’s Evolving Role, which includes 14 questions that Boards are asking CHROs about the workforce and talent.

And as a bonus, here is an eighth resource: SAP: How Well Do You Really Know Your Workforce? Includes 100 questions spanning eight categories to help HR teams think critically about their workforce and talent strategies.