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Unlocking the Hidden C-Suite Superpower: People Analytics

by Visier | Leadership Learnings

Workforce strategies and well-being; diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB); culture; corporate purpose, have all found themselves at the top of CEO’s agendas.

With the post-pandemic environment driving many of these changes, the focus on talent, will remain for years. This is due to longer-term, significant trends, such as the dramatic changes resulting from artificial intelligence, machine learning, diversity and population shifts, and the changing expectations of stakeholders and shareholders coming in the form of more stringent reporting on human capital metrics.

To manage all this, there’s a hidden superpower lying dormant for all C-Suite leaders: People Analytics.

Key takeaways from the report include:

  • Insights from people analytics can drive millions of dollars of impact for individual companies.
  • How C-Suite leaders can empower HR.
  • What C-Suite, CHROs and People Analytics Leaders can do to get the most out of their people data.

Download your complimentary copy of the report to learn how people data is more than just about HR, but should be a focus for all C-Suite executives.

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