This nomination-only program enables participants to meet practicing top CHROs who will share their personal insight on:
- The unique dynamics and real-world demands of being a CHRO
- The specific talents and skills needed to shape innovative strategies and flawlessly executed programs
In addition, you'll take part in discussions led by senior Cornell ILR faculty who will share insights on the key issues faced by CHROs today and examine solutions for meeting these challenges.
In this 4.5-day intensive program, participants will leave with not only a firsthand look at what it takes to be a successful CHRO but also a personal development plan to help identify and address the skill gaps and critical business challenges facing their own organizations.
Who Should Attend
This intimate 4.5-day program is designed for high-potential HR executives who:
- Have at least 15 years of HR experience and are ready to assume the top HR position within a few years, or
- Have been already named as successors to their organization's current CHRO
Individuals must be nominated to attend this program by their CHRO or CEO. Companies can nominate up to two individuals per program. Each program is capped at 20 participants.
The program's registration process consists of:
A CHRO/CEO nomination letter.
An executive biography of the nominee, along with photo and company logo.
Please email applications to Elona Pira, Program Manager, at email@example.com.
Schedule and Price
Dates & Location:
Class of 2020–2021
November 4, 2020 – Virtual
March 9–12, 2021 – NYC
Attendance at both sessions is required.
*CAHRS partner organizations receive a discount.
Build a complete understanding of the exceptional skills required to be a CHRO and how this role stands apart from other HR positions.
Interact with experienced CHROs—gaining a rare, one-on-one, insider's view into the multifaceted role of today's top HR executives.
Learn cutting-edge research about the evolving CHRO role from Cornell ILR School faculty.
Get firsthand details about the most sensitive aspects of the CHRO role and learn how experiences CHROs meet these demands.
Take part in Cornell ILR faculty-led discussions on executive compensation, roles and relationships with the board and managing the CEO relationship—with insights on meeting CHRO-specific challenges.
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