CHROs are at the forefront of organizational responses to the COVID-19 crisis, playing essential roles in protecting their workforces, securing the continuity of their enterprises, and defining a path to the “next normal.”
During this video forum, Russell Reynolds CEO Clarke Murphy facilitated a discussion with leading CHROs on the tactics that they are deploying to manage through the current crisis – and, as critically, to prepare for a post-COVID future.
- Eileen Naughton, Vice President, People Operations at Google
- Eric Severson, EVP & Chief People Officer at Neiman Marcus Group
- Jyoti Mehra, EVP & Head of HR at Gilead Sciences
- L.J. Brock, Chief People Officer at Coinbase
- Current State Challenges and Lessons Learned Thus Far: What are the central challenges confronting HR leaders today, and what are the most critical lessons that we’ve learned?
- Managing Reentry: Beyond logistical considerations, how are companies navigating the psychological and emotional dynamics of a return to offices and worksites?
- Resetting the World of Work: Where will we see profound and permanent changes to how work gets done, how our cultures evolve, and the nature of the employer-employee relationship?
- Reprioritizing Talent Investments: Which talent investments are HR leaders prioritizing and deprioritizing? What are they radically changing?
- Reassessing Leaders: What has the crisis taught us about our leaders? What implications does that hold for leadership development and succession planning?
- Reevaluating the Role of HR: What has the crisis revealed about our teams? How do we expect our roles to change?