i4cp Boards are reserved exclusively for senior executives in a particular function, and are invitation only. They exist not only to be groups of true peers who are dealing with issues of similar scope and importance, but to act as true boards of directors for the professions they serve.
Join top executives from some of the world's most forward-thinking companies to explore the future of D&I and its evolving role in an increasingly multicultural, multi-generational, and regulated environment.
Chief Human Resources Officer Board
i4cp's Chief Human Resources Officer Board spearheads critical global issues and serves as the de facto standard voice for HR. Facilitated by Pat Wright, Chair in Business at the University of South Carolina.
Chief Learning & Talent Officer Board
Faciliated by John Coné, former CLO of Dell, this trendsetting group of learning and talent executives identifies solutions to the most pressing people issues facing organizations today.
Chief Talent Acquisition Officer Board
This executive peer group explores next practices in strategic talent acquisition--how innovative approaches to sourcing, recruiting, branding, predictive assessments, metrics, social media, and more reshape the landscape of competitive advantage.
Winning in the global marketplace requires agility, innovation and execution. And it requires new approaches to managing talent. i4cp's peer working groups--called Exchanges--offer a cost-effective way to develop, implement and sustain talent solutions to achieve your organization's objectives.
Understand how global high-performance organizations identify the competencies required to ensure organizational agility and develop effective leaders.
Developing a strategic approach to performance management and engagement--one that drives a performance culture and supports high performance on a global scale.
Learn how high-performance organizations far outdistance others in workforce planning effectiveness, and collaborate with peers to build your organization's workforce planning capability.
Explore how high-performance organizations develop business-driven processes and human capital analytics tools that can be integrated into your HR programs.
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