Can your CEO handle the truth?

HR leaders often have to walk that fine line between serving the CEO and representing the workforce

Can your CEO handle the truth?

An expert told HRD not long ago that to be successful HR leaders have to stick to their moral standpoint – be clear about your own values and what you stand for. But be subtle about how you get the message across.

Amy Rixon - Brand, People, and Culture Officer, Melbourne IT Group, will be at the HR Summit Melbourne to share her tips on just that.

In the session “Being a frank and fearless adviser in the C-Suite”, she will explore the role of the HR Director as the honest truth-teller in a leadership team and discuss:
* Being cross-functional and commercially savvy
* Keeping it real - having courageous conversations in the c-suite
* Balancing the benefits of achieving consensus with the dangers of 'group think'

Find out what else is on at the Summit here.

The HR Summit Melbourne brings together a line-up of HR directors and business leaders to share insights into how leading companies are tackling a range of people management issues.

Early Bird registrations are now open and HRD readers who book in now can save $400 on individual passes or even more with a team pass.

The Summit will be held on 31 July to 1 August at the Crown Promenade Melbourne.

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