HR Leadership Group of Northeast Ohio members are a diverse group of executive and senior-level professionals from public and private corporations, academia and consultancies. Members represent organizations of all sizes and types - small entrepreneurial businesses, universities and large multinationals that span a cross-section of industries, including financial services, manufacturing and health-care. With this organizational diversity, HR Leadership Group of Northeast Ohio members can count on peer-to-peer dialogue that provides relevant perspectives on program topics.
Typically, our members drive the strategic aspects of their respective enterprises, including:
- strategic human resources planning
- organizational effectiveness
- human capital allocation and appreciation
- policy and change management
- learning and skills development
- reward strategies and practice
Above all, HR Leadership Group of Northeast Ohio members are partners with their organizations' leadership in driving superior performance through the effective utilization of human resources.
Executives and senior level professionals with backgrounds and experience as outlined above are encouraged to apply for membership to the HR Leadership Group. The Board maintains a balance of executive-level consultants not to exceed one third of the total membership.
Networking and Peer Connections
HR Leadership Group of Northeast Ohio actively promotes communication and information sharing amongst its members. Thus, all programs are structured to provide the opportunity for informal interaction.
Cutting Edge Programming on Strategic Issues
Human resource executives are being asked to do more with less and the time demands of human resource professionals are extremely challenging. As a result, we conduct five to six high impact breakfast programs as well as periodic half day conferences to explore the application of strategic topics in more depth.
Our programs focus on critical, timely topics delivered by industry experts and are designed to challenge conventional thinking. Programs provide both conceptual and practical information on how to effectively resolve the complex organizational and leadership issues confronting organizations in the new millennium. Topics are typically themed around:
- linking HR initiatives with business strategy
- developing leaders and personal credibility
- coping with significant challenges involving change
- building adaptive cultures and organizations that support optimal performance
Programs are conducted September thru May. See the Programs tab for Current Calendar.