March 22, 2023 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

Date: Wednesday, March 22, 2023
Time: 2 – 3:30 p.m. ET
Cost: Free (registration required)

As the economy continues to shift with a recession looming, how is your organization preparing to meet greater demand from your stakeholders? No doubt, now more than ever, social impact organizations are even more vital and valuable partners in the communities where they serve. Furthermore, the pandemic radically changed the role of the CHRO as a critical leader in the C-suite and a convener of talent, data, technology and culture in a way not seen before.

As nonprofit executives look to 2023 and beyond, the role of the CHRO will become an even more essential player to strategic success. CHROs of today are leading their organizations through programmatic and revenue growth against recession, inflation and a protractedly tight labor market. Increasing organizational value and impact while advancing sustainability requires the expert leadership that CHROs bring. Beyond their knowledge of talent acquisition, development and retention, the most impactful CHROs are bringing new levels of leadership, systems thinking, financial acumen, technology and data management skills in a new and powerful way. This is especially true for mid-sized-to-larger social impact organizations focused on solving complex societal challenges through complex organizational structures and ecosystems. If you are Chief Human Resources Officer or head of human capital in a large organization, join us for a session as we explore how high performing talent executives are changing the way the sector is embracing talent and culture.

Learning Objectives:

  • The new role of the social sector CHRO as a critical business leader and convener of organizational talent, data, technology and culture
  • How recession, inflation and a tight labor market have transformed the role and power of the CHRO
  • How the highest performing social sector CHROs are leveraging leadership, systems thinking, financial acumen, technology and data management skills to catapult to the top of their careers

Conversation Host

Lisa Brown Alexander, SPHR
Founder & CEO,
Nonprofit HR
Read Lisa’s bio.