03 March, 2016 | (01 hr)
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In this year’s survey, CEOs say their two "hot button" issues are:
- Attracting and retaining top talent
- Developing next-generation leaders
In fact, human capital-related strategies dominate CEOs’ plans to address the top six business challenges they face, beginning with continual development to enhance the employee value proposition. CHROs must master these strategies in order to drive business growth with a culture of innovation, inclusion, and engagement.
Join report coauthor Rebecca L. Ray, EVP, Knowledge Organization, and Human Capital Practice Lead, The Conference Board and Cara Capretta, VP, Human Capital Transformation, Oracle as they discuss the survey findings–and how to use them to build organizational capability with HR strategies.
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Who should attend: CHROs, SVPs/VPs/Heads of HR, CTOs/SVPs/VPs of Talent, Chief People Officers and Chief Learning Officers looking to drive greater business impact with HR strategies.
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Cara Capretta, Vice President - Human Capital Transformation for Oracle, has over twenty years of internal and external experience in Human Resources. She is a recognized speaker and thought leader in the field of talent management.
Cara is the former President and COO of Lominger Interna...Full Bio
Rebecca L. Ray, Ph.D.
Rebecca Ray is executive vice president, knowledge organization; human capital practice lead; and director of The Engagement Institute™ at The Conference Board. She is responsible for overall quality and the continuing integration of our research and engagement efforts. She oversees