DNA of Engagement: CHRO Business Implications

The Conference Board, Inc., 8 pages, March 13, 2017
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This report explains the role of individual employees in managing their engagement and provides strategies CHROs can implement to foster employee ownership of engagement throughout the talent management life cycle including: acquisition/onboarding, career development, training, performance/recognition, and retention.

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What can the chief human resources officer (CHRO) do to ensure that the organizational culture, leadership development, and employee processes and programs align to create the right environment for employees? And how can organizations support employees as they embrace their responsibility for engagement? This report explains the role of individual employees in managing their engagement and provides strategies CHROs can implement to foster employee ownership of engagement throughout the talent management life cycle including: acquisition/onboarding, career development, training, performance/recognition, and retention.

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