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This note is in response to The Restructuring of the Top HR Job.

Friday, June 1, 2012
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Peter's observations are both intriguing and insightful for a top HR executive or someone aspiring to that position. However, becoming a personal adviser to the CEO and the Board is a role that must be earned as it will not just be given to someone.

Recognizing the "flipping of strategies" dealing with the buying and selling of divisions, getting in and out of products and markets, etc., it begs the question of how does an HR executive earn such a role?

Perhaps my Letter to the Editor published in the March 2012 edition of HR Executive can provide some practical insights into how the HR executive can earn the role.

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Retired CHRO

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