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T.This is a career newsletter, but it doesn’t often cover executives moving from job to job. Patagonia’s former head of human resources, Dean Carter, is the chief human resources officer at Guild, a skill-building and education platform.
But Carter’s move is interesting not only because he’s a highly sought-after figure in HR. Mr. Carter hails from a company known for Onsite Child Care, a bail program for employees arrested for protesting issues, and a four-day work week every other week. (The latter, Carter said, was a climber and skier, but started to keep employees who didn’t have time to leave Southern California regularly on weekends. Nice!)
Also, many CHROs will have a much more external role than they normally do. When her CEO and co-founder of Guild, Rachel Romer, recently decided to redesign the role of the company’s chief people officer, she wanted something different. “The job is both about being a leader in the Chief People Officer community that we work with, but also about being internally focused: our customers. We wanted to have a broader Chief People Officer authority that looked at
At Guild, which has approximately 1,400 employees, Carter’s initial focus is on employee career paths and a continued commitment to diversity and inclusion within the company. But his job is also to help develop Guild’s leadership team and work externally with his CHRO his partners at Guild. He plans to create a consortium of his leading CHROs to develop a curriculum that allows HR leaders to develop their careers through the guild’s marketplace, and to serve as advocates for HR leaders at webinars and events. .
“We have an opportunity to really shape the future of work,” Carter said of ideas that foster conversations with the outside world. “There was a moment when the future of work was how we consolidated opportunities for everyone into the few. You can read more about the story here.
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