The people who make up an organization are the foundation for all of the other internal business processes, customer relationships, and financial results that are so important for success. The Chief Human Resource Officer must ensure that the company’s most valuable resource, it’s people, are engaged and loyal in order to drive success. Our CHRO Stack advisors will help your business identify and implement the objectives and initiatives necessary for successful talent management.
There is no question that the role of HR is changing in today’s business environment. HR was once seen as an administrative function, completing new hire paperwork and handling workers comp’ insurance. Today, in order to take your workforce to the next level, HR must contribute strategically towards achieving the company’s vision, but they can’t do so in a vacuum. HR must align its transformation efforts with the company’s overall business strategy in order to elevate the people to unprecedented levels of engagement, loyalty, and productivity within the organization.
Management Stack advisors will work with HR leaders to identify how HR can contribute towards talent strategies, operational excellence, improved customer loyalty, and better bottom lines. We will guide you through identifying the objectives that will ensure success, the metrics to measure success, and the initiatives to drive success.
In addition to just creating a staffing plan, strategic workforce planning also considers and includes areas such as HR infrastructure, organization design, culture, and risk management. An effective strategic workforce plan aligns the workforce with the overall business strategy and answers the question “What does the workforce need to look like to achieve the company’s vision?”
Management Stack advisors believe that people are the foundation for success at any organization. Our strategic workforce planning framework includes not just planning for how many employees need to be hired to support growth, but how to improve loyalty and engagement of existing employees in order to boost productivity and propel the organization to the next level.
Successful business leaders understand that working with an executive coach can provide a great deal of value, both for themselves and their organization. A few reasons that might prompt an executive to seek out a coach are to develop their high potential capabilities, to facilitate a transition, or to act as a sounding board. Coaching focuses on the future and should help the executive discover his or her own path to success.
Management Stack advisors structure executive coaching in the context of the organization’s vision, strategy, and objectives. We take an individualized approach which includes developing a deep understanding of your skills and leadership style so that we can help you leverage your strengths to support the organization’s strategy. We will help you examine how you can best help stakeholders, customers, and employees alike succeed. We want to develop your effectiveness as a leader in order to further the advancement of your organization.
An effective onboarding process is a crucial step towards keeping the talented people you’ve worked so hard to recruit. Many new hires go through and onboarding process without really getting an accurate picture of the company culture, and as a result find themselves learning by trial and error. A great onboarding experience is pertinent, timely, and important. It’s designed to engage people in the company as quickly and effectively as possible, assuring that they feel comfortable in their new roles.
Management Stack advisors will help you realize a solid return on your investment in hiring great people. We will help you create an onboarding strategy that will help employees draw a clear line between the organization’s vision and the work that they are doing everyday. There is no question that people flourish when they see value in what they do.
Employee problems come in many different shapes and sizes such as complaints of discrimination, safety issues, workplace theft, and even employee sabotage. These complaints are seldom cleanly presented and simply resolved. Managers often get murky, if not conflicting, accounts by different people. Because workplace disputes are usually personal, each employee’s perception of events can be biased. Even still, it is the employer’s responsibility to get the bottom of what really happened.
Management Stack advisors understand that investigating employee complaints frequently involves complicated legal, practical and personal issues for your organization. The risks associated with an ineffective investigation are well documented: loss of staff morale, loss of confidentiality, and an increased chance of litigation. Relying on outside experienced investigators will not only free your staff to focus on their regular duties, but it will also ensure the proper investigative process is used to maximize the best possible outcome.