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The Global HRD

Criticaleye’s first Human Resources Director Retreat, in association with EY and Warren Partners, explored why there’s a growing need for HRDs to see themselves as leaders.

Doug Baillie, Stephen Catling, Lucy Dimes, Gordon Headley, Gary Kildare, Rudi Kindts, Nandani Lynton, Daniele Sacco, Don Schneider, Steve Varley, Charlie Wagstaff and Joëlle Warren explain how HRDs are getting to grips with the major issues facing the profession. Community articles are produced directly by and for the Criticaleye Community.

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