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Ultimately line managers and operating executives create (or prevent) a High Performance Workforce. They pick the talent (for better or worse), create the infrastructure for that talent to thrive (or not), and manage in a way that engages (or disengages). The CHRO can advise, influence, and urge line managers and operating executives to take the right steps. The HR function can create talent acquisition and talent management programs that enhance performance. But what else? How can HR have the biggest and fastest impact on building a High Performance Workforce? Rich Iorio spent 20+ years with Towers Watson helping F1000 CHRO’s and HR functions make an impact. He’s seen their best practices, and worst. Today Rich is the CHRO for the University of Chicago. Drawing on a career focused on driving HR performance –as a sought after consultant and practitioner – Rich will give you practical advice for what you can do to ensure a High Performance Workforce becomes reality in your company.