HR Director, Executive Development Program Management at Arrow Electronics, Inc.
The HR Director, Executive Development Program Management, is a highly experienced leadership development and change practitioner who will collaborate with the VP of Employee Capability to create, oversee, execute, and evaluate Arrow’s executive development program. This position supports the creation of high-quality development plans, monitoring of the execution and progress of development plans, and interfacing with senior leaders on their effectiveness as leader-as-coach. The individual in this role should have familiarity with leadership transitions models, executive leadership competencies, and succession/bench strength metrics/measurement.
What You'll Be Doing
- Engage and partner with senior leaders and key stakeholders in collecting information and insights for the development plans of their identified successors
- Collect and analyze development plan input data (executive assessments, annual performance reviews, previous development plans, competency assessments, etc.) to create high-quality development plans
- Monitor the execution of development plans and create a reporting cadence to communicate progress to VP of Employee Capability and CHRO
- Identify metrics to measure coaching effectiveness, succession/bench strength, and strength/change of executive successors’ leadership competencies
- Create tools to support executives with coaching effectiveness
- Maintain and manage executive development plans
- Partner with HR Director, Talent & Performance on the planning of annual EC talent review
- Stay abreast of Arrow’s business strategy and results
- Provide thought leadership in the areas of executive leadership development, creating leaders of the future (to include Inclusive Leadership practices), effective executive development plans, and leader-as-coach practices
- Is recognized as a thought leader and experienced practitioner in the talent and leadership development disciplines
- Anticipates internal and/or external business challenges; recommends process, product, or service improvements
- Solves unique and complex problems that have a broad impact on the business
- Contributes to the development of functional strategy
- Leads program and interacts with stakeholders to achieve milestones and objectives
- Operates with minimal supervision in a complex environment
What We Are Looking For
- Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Behavioral Science, or related field; MBA or master’s degree in Organizational Development or Organizational Psychology preferred
- Minimum 12 years driving talent initiatives, programs and methodologies, with at least 3 of these working with senior level (VP & above level) audience
- Proven success in creating, delivering and sustaining measurable and successful talent management programs and materials
- Strong interpersonal skills and ability to effectively work and collaborate across geographies, functions, and levels with a global mindset
- Strong problem solving, program management, communications and change management skills
- Proficient in MS Office products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), as well as communications and knowledge management tools such as SharePoint
What’s In It For You
At Arrow, we recognize that financial rewards and great benefits are important aspects of an ideal job. That’s why we offer competitive financial compensation, including various compensation plans, and a solid benefits package.
- Medical, Dental, Vision Insurance
- 401k, With Matching Contributions
- Paid Time Off
- Health Savings Account (HSA)/Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) Options
- Growth Opportunities
- Short-Term/Long-Term Disability Insurance
- Discounted RTD Passes, with convenient office location off RTD Light Rail (Dry Creek Exit)
- On-site Café with Catering Option for Busy Lifestyles
- 24/7/365 On-site Gym and Lockers, Free for Use to All Employees!
- Bike Racks
- And more!
Arrow is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status. (Arrow EEO/AAP policy)