Do HR Execs Make Good CEOs?
The HR experience will certainly help leaders understand the importance of communicating “the why” to employees so that they understand the vision and intent of the tools and services that allow them to collaborate and communicate. In a modern business, the emphasis is on those tools to allow the employees to get their jobs done in a productive and optimal manner. When employees don’t understand the vision of where the business is going or the intent of the tools and processes, the tools and processes meant to help employees end up becoming more of a burden for them.This causes friction which necessitates more energy for adequate results. Terrific leaders with an HR background can help generate modes of communication for employees to have clarity, be more productive, focus on their jobs and have less of a burden around the little things that make their jobs more difficult.