Global HR Update Q3 2023
In this issue of the Global HR Update we share exclusive research from our long-term partner Mercer, which indicates that only 3% of companies surveyed feel confident in their ability to fully leverage the potential of Generative AI. In addition, we provide a starter kit on using ChatGPT for HR professionals who have yet to embark on their own AI journey. We have also packed this edition with Chief People Officer insights to inspire lateral career moves; and a piece on the challenges of competing for top talent in Africa. Finally, we examine the benefits of shifting from traditional hiring practices to unearthing hidden talent using a skills-based approach.
We hope you enjoy this edition of the ChapmanCG Global HR Update.
This clear, step-by-step guide to ChatGPT is “a must” for any HR leader beginning to explore AI. From writing position descriptions to developing recruiting strategies, we share real-life examples to demonstrate how ChatGPT can revolutionize HR and Talent practices.
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The latest research on Generative AI illustrates its potential to automate, augment and amplify HR as we know it. Mercer’s Kate Bravery reveals the data behind the survey and how the early adopters are using this groundbreaking technology to work smarter, not harder.
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In contemporary HR executive search, traditional career paths give way to sideways moves that drive innovation and versatility. Learn how diverse experiences within HR and beyond not only make you market-ready but also prepare you for impactful future roles.
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High-profile companies are dropping conventional hiring norms and tapping into non-obvious talent through skills-based approaches. Fiona Jury and Kate Vuleta discuss the benefits of this strategy in selecting, growing and nurturing talent to build future-ready, resilient organisations.
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How do you balance global opportunities with local realities when international competitors offer remote work and foreign currency salaries? Vodafone Ghana’s HR Director Ashiokai Akrong shares how this leading organisation has found creative and affordable ways to attract local talent.
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- Head of Human Resources, Belgium, Brussels (BE)
- People & Culture Director France/Benelux, Paris (FR)
- Global Head of Rewards, EMEA, Berlin or Düsseldorf (DE) or London (UK
- Head of People Partnering, Düsseldorf (DE)
- Senior Human Resources Director, Brand, Herzogenaurach (DE)
- Senior Human Resources Business Partner, Zurich (CH)
- People & Culture Lead, Turkey & Eastern Europe, Izmir (TR)
- Head of Performance & Rewards, London (UK)
- VP, Global Head of Talent, East Coast (US)
- SVP Human Resources, Americas, New York, NY (US)
- Global Human Resources Senior Director, Northern Virginia (US)
- Human Resources Director, HR Systems, Brisbane (AU) or Houston, TX (US)
- Lead, Global Learning and Organizational Development, Flexible Location (US)
- Senior DE&I Lead, Flexible Location (US)
- Human Resources Director, Latin America, São Paulo (BR) or Mexico City (MX)
- Head of People, Latin America, Mexico City (MX)
- Human Resources Director, Australia & New Zealand, Sydney (AU)
- Group Director of Talent Management and Talent Acquisition, Hong Kong (HK)
- Head of Human Resources, Asia, Hong Kong (HK)
- Director, Human Resources, JAPAC, Tokyo (JP)
- Korea Human Resources Director, Seoul (KR)
- Chief Human Resources Officer, Kuala Lumpur (MY)
- Regional Total Rewards Lead, Singapore (SG)
- Senior Director, HRBP, Global Manufacturing Operations, Singapore (SG)
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