Ginger Shelhimer, Head of M&A for Global Talent Acquisition at Ericsson, offered tips to help human resources professionals avoid costly, time-intensive M&A mistakes during her keynote presentation to Argyle's CHRO membership at the 2017 Human Capital Leadership Forum in Dallas on December 6.
Colleen Dutton, Associate Vice President of Human Resources at the University of Texas at Dallas, discussed what differentiates a "diamond" employee from an average worker during her keynote presentation to Argyle's CHRO membership at the 2017 Human Capital Leadership Forum in Dallas on December 6.
Sharon Ramalho, former Senior Vice President and Chief People Officer at McDonald's Canada, offered lessons learned during her time at one of the largest global brands during her keynote presentation to Argyle's CHRO membership at the 2017 Human Capital Leadership Forum in Toronto on October 17.
Dimitri Boylan, President and CEO, Avature, described what it means to take a high-level approach to HR during his presentation to Argyle's CHRO membership at the 2016 Human Capital Leadership Forum: Fall Event in New York on Sept. 22.
Argyle Executive Forum and Host Analytics surveyed leading HR and marketing leaders to better understand their opinions of their CFO, and whether they truly believe that the finance function has evolved into a partner to the business.
Panelists from Hewlett Packard, Equinix, CBS Interactive, TIBCO Software, Degreed, and PPS Group explored the trends and challenges surrounding managing top talent in the modern workplace.
Justin Baird, Chief Technology Officer for 1-Page, discussed how Artificial Intelligence (AI) is changing the landscape for HR professionals in functions like talent sourcing and onboarding
Dimitri Boylan, President & CEO of Avature, talked about taking inspiration from outside your core business function to prepare for changing needs, like how HR professionals can learn about engagement from their marketing peers.
Richard Taylor, Senior Vice President and Director of HR at Intel, contradicted four common clichés in HR and discussed strategies to overcome how they’re holding you back.