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InveniasPartners Announces New White Paper: The Changing Role of the Healthcare Chief Human Resources Officer

Chicago, March 23, 2017 – InveniasPartners, a Chicago-based healthcare C-Suite and board executive recruitment and talent management advisory services firm, today announces the release of a white paper for healthcare CHROs and C-Suite decision makers.

In their paper, "The Changing Role of the Healthcare Chief Human Resources Officer: Current Realities and Future Directions," firm leaders Curt Lucas, managing partner and chairman, and Chris Corwin, partner, reveal trends defining and redefining the role of CHRO and present insightful commentary from industry leaders at renowned health systems.

Among the key findings, organizations now seek:
• CHROs who are increasingly involved in enterprise-wide clinical and business performance management and strategy development and execution;
• CHROs who function as business consultants and emotional intelligence advisors has increased within healthcare C-Suites; and,
• CHROs who are committed building and sustaining a culture that satisfies, engages and energizes employees, managers, clinicians and executives.

Learn more about how and why "culture eats strategy for lunch," according to one executive by obtaining your free copy of the paper as a PDF download here.

Curt Lucas draws from more than 25 years of healthcare executive search including engagements for integrated delivery systems, academic medical centers and health science centers. His functional search and assessment experience encompasses operations, finance, clinical leadership, IT, human resources and board leadership.

Chris Corwin brings more than 20 years of experience in the healthcare provider industry, in roles as practitioner, consultant, and business development executive. Her search practice focuses on academic medical centers and leading not-for-profit healthcare provider organization, while also taking an active role in leadership training and development for hundreds of executives.