Many of us have witnessed the significant benefits of establishing and nurturing a sustained and successful Diversity, Equity and Inclusion strategy. On this podcast, Alan Mait, Managing Director with ChapmanCG teams up with Kurt Landon, CEO of
For a while now, we have seen a growing trend of HR leaders craving the exposure and influence that the top job brings, earlier in their career. But are they ready? Are there key ingredients and experiences needed to better make that transition
Never has health and well-being been as high on the agenda as it is today. For HR leaders it’s a huge responsibility to ensure a dynamic approach to an ever-evolving, key strategic pillar. In this ChapmanCG podcast, Managing Director, Tim Sprig
It is every leaders’ dream to build the perfect team: a diverse blend of personality types, a broad range of skill sets, inspirational managers and up-and-coming hi-po’s. But they do not always consider the generational mix, which can leave par
Human Resources organizations around the world are exploring a shift towards an Agile way of working to better meet the needs of the business. In an ever-changing marketplace and with tight competition, an Agile approach can allow Human Resourc
Businesses in every industry sector are facing continual disruption and competitive pressures. How can OD future-proof an organisation? Welcome to this ChapmanCG Podcast, one of our Senior Directors, Fiona Jury speaks with Claire Devlin, from
Bogdan Radakovic and Peter Hemmingsen, both Vice Presidents Human Resources at Essity, Munich, in conversation with ChapmanCG's Dr. Frieder Rummel and Tim Rayner after an insightful HR leader roundtable focussing on culture and leadership trans
Benjamin Morris Co-Head of HR and General Manager Performance, Reward and HR Operations at Mirvac discusses the importance of building an organisational culture of flexibility to support diversity and well-being, and business success. ChapmanCG
Paul Sexton, Chief Human Resources Officer at EFI, speaks with ChapmanCG's Managing Director on the undoubtable value of an HR leader gaining true global exposure. Paul shares his personal experience and provides sound advice for HR leaders con
ChapmanCG's Managing Director, Alan Mait, discusses the need for greater HR representation on boards with our guest, Jon Rickers, Senior Vice President of HR at EnPro (Charlotte, North Carolina). Jon discusses mega trends across the corporate l
AI will be one of the biggest disruptors to our workforces of the future. Byron Clayton, Global Head of HR for Services, Digital and Technology at Mercer, speaks to ChapmanCG's Tim Spriggs about how AI will have an impact on HR, and how HR lead
Using anthropology, Allianz has implemented an innovative new approach to building its culture change program from the bottom up. Richard Cotter, Head of Organisational Development and Research at Allianz Ireland speaks to ChapmanCG’s Anna Tayl
The ability to quickly build credibility with your board and the Compensation Committee is critical to the success of a CHRO. Nicola Hasling speaks to Carin Knickel, the former Vice President of HR at ConocoPhillips who now sits on a number of
The next generation of talent management processes are attractive and fit for use for the company, HR team and, most importantly, all leaders, employees and types of talent. Dagmar Pithan, VP Global Talent Management at Deutsche Telekom, speaks
Mohit Misra, VP Global Head of Talent Management, Acquisition, OD and Diversity at The Chemours Company, shares the key elements of transforming employee engagement and his predictions for future trends.
In the face of digital transformation, HR leaders are turning their attention to building internal capability instead of relying too heavily on external support. In particular, HR has the potential to be the driver of innovative learning tools
In a competitive business environment, how can HR leaders set themselves apart from the rest? Aaron Falcione, VP of Human Resources for MSD International (Merck in the US and Canada), explores this topic in this insightful podcast with ChapmanC
Supporting leaders to establish future-fit behaviours can play a critical role in helping culture change programs to go viral. Gina Wilson, EMEIA Organizational Development Leader at EY, shares her experiences of viral culture change programs w
Sourcing candidates directly in Japan can be a challenge for many global companies. Salesforce's Eugene Furuse speaks to ChapmanCG's Yan Sen Lu about the unique nature of the Japanese recruitment market.
The role of CHRO is gaining importance like never before. Today, the role has become much more of a game changer, with a direct reporting line to the CEO. With advanced leadership abilities and strategy implementation skills, CHROs are seen as
Culture is important in any organisation, large or small. People want to work in environments where they feel engaged and inspired. Organisations therefore, need to develop a unique culture, which differentiates them from the competition. Of co
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