One key theme during last week’s Transform conference was how CHROs are increasingly becoming  key strategic voices in their companies, rather than simply executing the CEO’s vision. Part of the power that people leaders are harnessing includes their unique role as stewards of workplace culture, and, by extension, cultural transformation.

While in Las Vegas last week, I moderated a panel “From CHRO to CEO: A People-First Perspective” with Briana van Strijp, CEO of the investment platform Anthemis, and Sarah Chavarria, president of Delta Dental. We talked about how CHROs can use culture as a driver for organizational change and how being a strategic partner to the C-suite in this way can propel CHROs to take on bigger leadership roles.

Here are some key takeaways from our conversation about operationalizing culture change:


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