Welcome to the CHO Group™ (for Chief HR Officers), a membership organization that provides strategic business leaders in HR cutting-edge ideas, best practices on a range of subject matter, and wider perspectives to help leadership add bottom-line value where they work.
Membership is by invitation only, and invitations are extended to the most senior HR leaders in each market. If you are interested in participating or learning more, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.Contact Us
CHO Group Summer Social
Tuesday, August 15th
3:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Join us for a cocktail party at AQUA by El Gaucho, overlooking the beautiful Puget Sound at the tip of Pier 70.
Casually connect with your CHO group peers August 15th, from 3:30pm -6:30pm.
RSVP for yourself or for you and a guest and enjoy the extraordinary appetizers of fresh seafood selections, custom- aged beef, and some of the nest sourced ingredients, paired with exquisite wines and beers.
How Enterprise Leaders Build Game-Changing Organizations
with Doug Ready
Founder & CEO International Consortium for Executive Development Research
7:30 am - 10:00 am
C-Suite teams around the world have at least one common objective—how to build and sustain organizations that are purpose-driven, performance-focused, and principles-led. However, this is easier said than done. Whether it involves large-scale transformation or mobilizing the enterprise to pursue an ambitious vision, leaders confront a series of embedded tensions that create obstacles in their journeys.
During this special CHO Group session, Doug Ready will draw upon his research, writing and practice with leading companies around the world to identify the skillsets and mindsets required for enterprise leaders in order to create high-achieving, purposeful and values-driven companies. Doug's research shows that skillsets alone are not enough—that helping to cultivate an enterprise leadership mindset in tomorrow's leaders is the difference maker. But, can we help people learn things like perspective, context, resiliency and a sense of community greater than ourselves?