Get Acquainted With Future HR Chiefs
Bangalore: In the year 2012, HR and its executives are the rising stars. These HR’s demonstrate the types of proposal and devotion to individual and organizational expansion. This in turn will push them to the highest position of HR organizations, in fact higher than that. HR these days are taking greater responsibilities and they've taken on problems and called them their own. They are showing personal initiative and confidence in overcoming these problems and thus helping themselves and their organization grow.
It’s really great to know some extraordinarily brilliant and unique HR professionals. They are the winners of seventh annual HR's Rising Stars contest. Every year the selecting jury comes up with new and difficult challenges. As finalizing the winner is more complicated as everybody out there are the best and the winner.
As of this year, we found ourselves in a catch-22 situation as to what should be the plan-of-action that they should adhere to with respect to the problematic situations cropping up in the HR sector. Should they stick to the procedure recommended or think of a novel way of doing something out of the box that brings them on par with HR chiefs.
The answer: It all depends -- on the challenges they face, their leadership and poise in solving them, the industries they navigate and most importantly, the marks they leave on their functions and tasks at hand as stated by Kristen B. Frasch, on heroline.
All the above answers and the qualities were found within the HR’s. In the past and this year, all the rising stars have left an inspiring impression on the roles they've been given. These conquerors seem to be calling on an ever-widening collection of talent, skills and backgrounds to fill the shoes of tomorrow’s pinnacle HR leaders and, in a sense, respires some diversity and novel life into the function and the public it serves.
It’s shocking to know that few conquerors don’t have the degrees but they have the aspirant qualities. Lincoln Financial Group's Matthew Geis, is just a B.A, in political science, and now has brought business know-how, relationship-building skills and an entrepreneurial strength to his attainment in employing, leadership development, organizational design, performance management and the list goes on.
Pamela Puryear of Hospira's, is an experienced HR. She has an education in organizational psychology and organizational development, and has previous careers in real estate and consulting to design, develop and deliver impressive development plans for leaders and workers, as well as a much-needed cross-cultural answer for a novel attainment in India.
Corey Turner of Jones Lang LaSalle with graduation in rehabilitation and Spanish, she has worked quite a lot in rehabilitation counseling and recruiting and battered intense hiring challenges in an industry.
Susan Greer, Internal Revenue Service's started her vocation as a field researcher with the Office of Personnel Management and later with the IRS as a security program analyst. From recruiting to strategic-leadership development, she too has put a special stamp of individual initiative and possession on everything she's accomplished.
Puryear, Express Scripts' Melanie Curtis brought strength from an organizational-psychology education and background -- survey methodology, statistical analysis, and drivers of employee engagement and culture creation -- to lead her company through some huge transformations in the way leaders are developed and assessed, and the way all employees handle change.
The judges of this year are Charlie Tharp, executive vice president for policy at the Center on Executive Compensation, a division of the HR Policy Association, and former senior vice president of human resources for Bristol-Myers Squibb Co.; Michele Darling, president of Michele Darling and Associates in Mississauga, Ontario, and former executive vice president of corporate governance and human resources for Prudential Insurance Co.; Gregory Hessel, senior client partner with the Human Resources Center of Expertise at Korn/Ferry International's Dallas offices; and Kristen B. Frasch, managing editor of Human Resource Executive magazine.
This year, the panel also welcomed John Boudreau, professor at the University of Southern California's Marshall School of Business and research director of its Center for Effective Organizations, as its fifth member.
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