Host: Burt Rea, managing director, Deloitte Consulting LLP
The conversation in the boardroom is changing as the chief human resources officer (CHRO)-board of director relationship evolves. With workforce issues elevated to the board level, CHROs now find themselves with their chief executive officers at the leadership table, and in many cases, they've developed direct ties with the board chair. Our research demonstrates how this relationship is evolving and practical insights that many organizations can apply. We'll discuss:
- Critical skills CHROs need to succeed
- Workforce issues that will remain or will emerge at the board level
- The role of the CHRO in the future of work
Meet the speakers
Burt serves clients in the Life Sciences sector to help them overcome organizational challenges as they implement new strategies, processes, structures, and systems for their organizations. Burt has led engagements on organizational culture, learning and leadership development, organization structure and role design, change management, communications, hybrid and virtual work, workforce/employee experience, and talent strategy for numerous global companies. Burt leads Deloitte Consulting’s US Culture Transformation offering, which provides methods and tools for assessing and shaping organizational culture (behaviors, values, and beliefs). How organizations curate and evolve their cultures to enable business strategy and capture new opportunities materially differentiates their performance in the market. Burt also hosts Deloitte’s Human Capital HR Executives Dbriefs series, a monthly webcast on emerging Human Capital issues and trends, and he co-hosts Deloitte’s Capital H podcast which brings together leaders and luminaries to discuss key challenges and emerging solutions in Human Capital.
Arthur H. Mazor
Art is Deloitte’s Global Human Capital Practice leader, leading the Global Human Capital Executive Team, and a member of the Global Consulting Offerings and Assets Leadership Team. Art is accountable for guiding the firm’s continued innovation and capability growth to drive unique and powerful client business outcomes that have positioned Deloitte as the world’s #1 Human Capital consultancy. Art brings his passion for enabling people to thrive through his collaboration with complex, global clients to unlock value by transforming the human experience and the very essence of work. Deloitte’s 12,000+ Human Capital practitioners around the globe bring pragmatic experience and research-backed solutions to pivot toward the future, seizing dynamic business, workforce, health, and digital disruptions. As a hands-on leader, Art is actively engaged in driving major transformation initiatives with some of the world’s best-known brands. He is a member of the firm’s team advancing Deloitte’s impact on Sustainability & Climate Change. Most recently, Art has served as Deloitte’s Global HR Transformation Practice leader, Human Capital Digital leader, and the global practice leader for Human Capital Strategy & Workforce Experience. With a professional journey of 26+ years focused on Human Capital Management, Art has held senior HR leadership, outsourcing executive, and human capital transformation consulting roles that form the multi-faceted foundation from which he delivers value to his clients across strategic planning, operating model and organization design, experience transformation, digital enablement, governance, and change management for sustained results. Art earned his degree in Organization & Management at Emory University's Goizueta Business School. Originally from New York and having worked and traveled around the world, today Art and his family reside in Atlanta.