What’s the difference between an HR practitioner and an HR leader? Our expert has identified 12 traits, and here are two.
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What’s the difference between an HR practitioner and an HR leader? Our expert has identified 12 traits; here are two. Yesterday, human resources (HR) supported the business. Tomorrow, however, HR will drive it. In fact, a 2012 survey by HR consultancy KPMG found that 59 percent of senior executives believe HR will grow in strategic importance. Unfortunately, just 17 percent …
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What’s the difference between an HR practitioner and an HR leader? According to our human resources guru, it’s these 12 traits.
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