Some employers are finding talent shows offer
big returns in employee engagement and morale,
though the practice does have its critics.
THEY’VE GOT TALENT
Pam Kimmet, head of HR for Coca-Cola Enterprises, with members of the executive leadership team, including CEO John Brock, far right.
As employers, consultants and vendors look for
ways to link Facebook with recruitment strategies,
experts weigh in on how best that can be done.
NOVEMBER 2011 • $8.95
AS CHROS ENTER INTO A WHOLE NEW
STRATEGIC DOMAIN AT THE TOPS OF
ORGANIZATIONS, LEARNING HOW TO BUILD
RELATIONSHIPS WITH THEIR EXECUTIVE
TEAMS BECOMES PARAMOUNT.
Trust at the Top
JD T YRE
BY MAURA C. CICCARELLI
In this rollercoaster economy, employees can make an organization sink or swim. Is it any wonder, then, that chief human resource officers are increasingly being called upon to serve as trusted strategic business advisers, coaches and confidantes to the entire executive team, and championing approaches
and initiatives to ensure human capital can best serve the business goals? Are
CHROs really ready for that expanded executive-team role that is solidly based
on trust? continued on page 18