To thrive in the business environment of the future, the competencies and capabilities of HR professionals must evolve. HR leaders must know the business, focus strategically, solve business problems and understand how to influence change. HR leaders who master these skills can more effectively align the HR strategic plan, establish key relationships and drive results.
Jennifer McClure’s mega session at the SHRM 2019 Annual Conference & Exposition, The Future of HR: Four Strategies to Meet Business Challenges and Deliver Maximum Impact on Results, will provide an understanding of the evolution of the competencies required for effective HR leadership and guidance about where today's leaders can deliver maximum business impact in their organizations. As a result, they will deliver more value and find greater executive support.
How are you preparing for the future of HR?
Please join @shrmnextchat at 3 p.m. ET on May 22 for #Nextchat with special guest #SHRM19 mega session speaker Jennifer McClure (@JenniferMcClure), CEO of Unbridled Talent LLC and chief excitement officer of DisruptHR LLC. We’ll chat about how you can meet business challenges while delivering maximum impact on results.
Q1. What HR competencies will be most valuable as HR continues to evolve over the next five to 10 years?
Q2. What are the top three skills/competencies you look for when hiring new HR professionals to join your HR team?
Q3. How do you gain executive buy-in for new HR programs and initiatives in your organization?
Q4. How can HR professionals use data to gain executive support for its initiatives and programs? What data is your C-suite asking for?
Q5. As an HR professional, how do you position yourself as an asset when it comes to strategic planning?
Q6. How can HR professionals improve their ability to align people strategies with organizational objectives?
Q7. How specifically can HR impact business strategy?
Q8. What innovative HR products and services will enable organizations to be more agile and responsive in the future?
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