Exceptional HR leadership is a key strategic enabler, re-defining an organisation and transforming the HR function.
Good HR is contextual. The HR talent pool is very broad, encompassing generalists and specialists with different approaches gained in mature and developing markets and in organisations at varying stages of growth. With our global experience across regions, countries and organisations, we have deep knowledge of what works – and more importantly what doesn’t.
Occupying a key business role, the HR leader is tasked with both helping the organisation achieve its goals today and ensuring it is fit for the future. A strong commercial perspective, collaboration with other functional leaders and competitive foresight are essential to ensure – through strong personal impact – that HR delivers quantifiable value to the business.
Our standing in the global HR community and our approach to expert teaming at Boyden secures the best talent for our clients. With our insight into economic trends and developments in the HR function, we know how to assess candidates in a complex, global economy. We go beyond assessing professional experience to uncover how personal values and attitudes will resonate with a client organisation and lead to exceptional engagement and performance.
Mentors reap tangible and intangible rewards, with one study revealing that they experience higher levels of career satisfaction and success. Karen Kosiba Edwards of Boyden United States shares her perspective on leadership and effective mentoring.