Mark Fogel, former CHRO and CMO, argues that in order to transform itself and impact business success, HR needs an attitude. He draws the distinction between those who will make the transformation and those who won't and shares what he sees as the behaviors critical for success within the profession.
Mark is a former CHRO and CMO, a successful entrepreneur, a writer, and a notable speaker. He has many awards to his name including SHRM’s 2007 Human Capital Leader and SHRM’s 2009 Innovation Award winner. He is currently the leader of the retained search and consulting practice for Signium in New York City. Signium is a top 25 global search and consulting firm.
What was it like coming of age in a more hierarchical top/down world of work? Who are the catalysts to help move organizations through the transformation from the world of the hierarchy to the world of the network? Seth Mattison, HR Studio Podcast’s guest from Episode 1, is an internationally renowned expert and author on the future of work and leadership. Over the last four years, he has conducted and compiled research. He shares the leadership and future of work story in his most recent book, The War At Work. As founder and Chief Movement Officer of Luminate Labs, Seth advises many of the world’s leading brands and organizations on key shifts happening around talent management, change and innovation, leadership, and the future of work. He has touched most industries and has worked with brands including IBM, Microsoft, GE and Chevron.