Superhuman Resources in the Age of COVID: From a Seat at the Table to Owning the Table
Before COVID, CHROs were gradually reinventing a role that – at most companies – was limited to personnel matters. In COVID's wake, many CEOs and Boards embraced and expedited this evolution, giving CHROs a broad — and even more critical — mandate virtually overnight. As the changes wrought by the pandemic become norms, it's clear there are opportunities for CHROs to maintain their elevated stature as strategic and operational business leaders driving quantifiable bottom-line value. Executive leadership experts like Adam Bryant are beginning to identify who these "High Impact" CHROs are, what sets them apart, and how others can learn from them.