Dear CHRO Moves reader,
You may be aware that CHRO Moves started as an offshoot from one of my other blogs, CFO Moves.
You also may be aware that I spend a lot of effort being visible and identified as an executive search consultant specializing in the Office of Finance.
CHRO Moves is the only blog I have that focuses outside the subject of the Office of Finance. You may have been asking yourself why I spend efforts building relationships with the Office of Human Resources. The reason is simple. I believe that Finance and HR have significant supporting roles in the success of their organization. Unfortunately, I have seen too many times where Finance and HR do not work together as well as they could be.
I rarely use the forum at CHRO Moves to share news other than hires and unhires. Today, I hope you allow me the latitude to introduce an announcement on a very special personal project.
Today, Monday March 17th, is the date that my new book is available in stores across the United States. Guide to CFO Success: Leadership Strategies for Corporate Financial Professionals, available in hardcover and e-book, is published by Wiley & Sons.
I am introducing this book to you because, as a senior HR executive, you will gain value from reading and sharing this book.
In Guide to CFO Success I identify that the CFO needs to have excellent relationships for their success. I discuss that Finance needs an excellent relationship Human Resources and identify areas where Finance and HR can work together for their own success as well as the company’s success.
As a senior HR executive, you will appreciate this book as it will give you a insights about your CFO peer. This knowledge will allow you to become more successful. I know you will find strategies in this book that will make a positive difference to your relationship with Finance.
Read Guide to CFO Success and share it with a CFO you care about. Reach out to me and let me know if the stories, challenges and strategies mentioned are familiar to you. Review the book on Amazon.com and tell others what you think. I would love to know if you have comments or feedback, positive or negative.
I am looking forward to continuing to add value to you for years to come. If there is anything you wish to discuss with me at anytime, please reach out to me.
Wishing you continued success,