While the supply of HR directors looking for NED roles still outstrips demand, the tide is slowly turning
Taking on the role of director puts one in a highly visible, but also vulnerable, position. It’s one which can lead to an enhanced reputation or a ruined one, both for individuals and the companies they serve, so the right training is vital
There is a difference between the qualities CEOs say they want in an HR director and what they actually want
Have you ever known someone who constantly complains about their condition, yet seems to do nothing to actually change it? They remind me of HR leaders who constantly complain about the lack of talent in HR, but seem to do nothing about it.
HR directors should spend longer making decisions to ensure they are evidence-based, professor of organisational psychology at the University of Bath’s School of Management Rob Briner has said.