Your first 100 days as the new Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) of an organization is your time to build a solid foundation for long-term success as you prepare your workforce for the future, including setting your people and HR strategies. These first months are key to secure an in-depth understanding of your new environment and to gain the confidence of the CEO, the executive team and your HR leadership team. This is a unique opportunity - one you will never have the chance to do over. So, how can you make the most of it?
According to the 2019 Mercer Global Talent Trends Study, high-growth organizations are 4x more likely to have an integrated people strategy. It is critical to spend the first 100 days at this strategic level, focusing on the development of connected strategies for both the organization’s workforce and the HR function itself.
During your first 100 days strive to:
- Connect the goals of the HR function to the goals of the business.
- Identify the greatest sources of pain for immediate attention and prioritize longer-term issues.
- Create a plan that will guide your function and your business partners on your HR Transformation journey.
- Build the case for change within the function and throughout the organization.
Create a powerful personal brand as a business leader and change management agent.
Download the whitepaper to uncover: The three-step process you can use to make a strong start, learn the five basic principles for staying focused on the big picture, and engage and empower your resources. Plus, gather insights from other seasoned CHROs on how to begin a successful tenure during your first 100 days.