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The Secret(s) to
Making HR
Relevant Again
Future of Work Webinar Series
Your hosts
Charlie Judy and Jamie Notter
Are we relevant?
“CEOs consistently rank human
capital as a top challenge, but they
typically undervalue their Chief
Human...
Is this what relevance looks like?
3 ideas
for becoming
more relevant
1. Customize, don’t
standardize
“Employment is purely a commodity
unless you make it an experience.”
2. Be Agile
“You shouldn’t have something in
your back office that exists in
someone else’s front office.” – Jack
Welch
3. Focus on culture
and growth
“Turn your culture code into a growth
engine.”
“Proceed until
apprehended”
Florence Nightingale
Thank You & Keep in touch!
www.workxo.com | @WorkXO
cjudy@workxo.com | @HRFishbowl | Chicago
jnotter@workxo.com | @JamieNo...
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This webinar features two leading thinkers in the HR space who will challenge and encourage you with a frank conversation about the state of the HR crucial function and what needs to change.

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Webinar - Return to editingThe Secret to Making HR Relevant Again

  1. 1. The Secret(s) to Making HR Relevant Again Future of Work Webinar Series
  2. 2. Your hosts Charlie Judy and Jamie Notter
  3. 3. Are we relevant? “CEOs consistently rank human capital as a top challenge, but they typically undervalue their Chief Human Resources Officer and view HR as less important than other functions.” – Harvard Business Review, July-August 2015
  4. 4. Is this what relevance looks like?
  5. 5. 3 ideas for becoming more relevant
  6. 6. 1. Customize, don’t standardize “Employment is purely a commodity unless you make it an experience.”
  7. 7. 2. Be Agile “You shouldn’t have something in your back office that exists in someone else’s front office.” – Jack Welch
  8. 8. 3. Focus on culture and growth “Turn your culture code into a growth engine.”
  9. 9. “Proceed until apprehended” Florence Nightingale
  10. 10. Thank You & Keep in touch! www.workxo.com | @WorkXO cjudy@workxo.com | @HRFishbowl | Chicago jnotter@workxo.com | @JamieNotter | Washington D.C. karen.chen@questionpro.com | @KarenYChen | CA

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