Chief Human Resources Officer Leadership Development

Program Days:
  • Batch 1:
    • July 14, 19, 21, 26, 28,  Aug 2, 4, 9, 11,16, 18, 23, 2022 TTH (PM)
    • 1:30 PM to 5:00 PM (GMT+08) on all dates
  • Batch 2:
    • January 17, 19, 24, 26, 31, Feb 2, 7, 9, 14, 16, 21, 23, 2023 (PM) TTH
    • 1:30 PM to 5:00 PM (GMT+08) on all dates

Program Format:
Delivered online via live virtual interactive sessions in Zoom

Program Fee:
PHP 75,000.00 or USD 1,500.00*
*Based on USD 1 = PHP 50. The prevailing exchange rate at the date of payment may apply.

Let us know if you are interested to avail of early bird/group discount or discuss payment terms.

Program Overview

Many companies have to embrace a new way of forward-thinking, boundary-breaking strategies, and digital innovation to grow, survive, and compete in a Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, and Ambiguous (VUCA) environment.  Business transformations require companies to rethink how it’s creating value for customers today and in the future.  Your organization requires an agile and sustained business model reinvention in the face of constant disruption.   It’s not enough to win today; companies must continue to evolve to remain relevant in the future.

Establishing pioneering people practices is essential for any business transformation effort.   It is the goal of any organizational transformation to build their organizational capabilities, increase engagement, and develop more meaningful connections between purpose, people, business, and society.

The Human Resources function now plays a pivotal role in both the transformation process and to ensure the long-term sustainability of change management in the organization.  HR has drastically changed in the past couple of decades in response to the need to harness the power of human capital to create competitiveness and value for the business. This situation has raised the expectations from the role of the Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO).

In today’s environment, the CHRO is no longer just the employee record-keeper and labor-management expert of the 1960s and 70s, or the recruitment specialist of the 1980s. The CHRO of today has a strategic role in developing talent for the future, transforming the organization and its culture, ensuring business continuity in the face of disasters and pandemics. The CHRO has taken their rightful place at the executive table, with the heads of functions such as Finance, Sales, and Marketing.

Today’s environment has made all organizations rely heavily on their CHROs and HR team to help the business pivot within a short timeframe.  Some organizations have worked through the years to prepare their CHROs for the responsibilities they are now expected to take on. How ready are other organizations’ CHROs?

Program Objectives

At the end of the program, participants will:

  • Increase their knowledge of what is expected of today’s CHRO
  • Gain basic knowledge of business finance to understand their business operations
  • Know leadership principles and develop their leadership brand
  • Understand the power of organization culture
  • Gain understanding of change management
  • Know about effective communication and design thinking and how they will be able to use these skills
What You Will Learn
  • Leadership and Trustworthiness
  • Leadership Brand
  • Finance for CHRO
  • Data Analytics for HR
  • Managing Upward
  • Change Management and Transformation
  • Organization Culture
  • Design Thinking for the HR Function
  • Communication Skills
Key Benefits
  • CHROs and HR generalist participants will benefit from the mentoring by being more confident of meeting the expectations of the CEO and executive team from the HR function
  • Organizations will benefit from a more business-focused HR function
  • Members of the organization will be more prepared for future business needs, be more engaged
Who Should Attend

The program is recommended for managers, leaders, and business owners who are performing CHRO responsibilities, HR Business Partners, and HR generalists who are committed to improving their skills as value-adding business partners.