How to Convince Your CEO to Invest More in HR

You'll learn

  • What data points you should be collecting
  • How to communicate them to your leadership team
  • How to build the right business case and show ROI for new HR initiatives and technologies

Disruptive forces are changing the way we live and work. New technologies and business models are emerging every day to meet the demands of the remote workforce. Investment in HR is more important than ever for organizations to adapt and stay competitive.

That said, getting executive alignment about the value of new initiatives and technologies can sometimes feel like an insurmountable task for HR and Talent leaders.

Join our discussion with Leslie Kurkian Crowe, former Chief People Officer @TripActions and former Global VP of Talent @MuleSoft about how you can get buy-in from your CEO to invest more resources in people, tools and processes by building the right business case.

Meet the speakers

Leslie Kurkjian Crowe
Leslie has spent her career in Silicon Valley dedicated to building talent and culture at companies during periods of hypergrowth. Before Bain Capital Ventures, Leslie was the chief people officer for TripActions, building and scaling the human resources and talent functions. Previously, she was the global vice president of talent for MuleSoft. As a member of the executive team, she helped lead the company through a successful IPO in 2017 and acquisition by Salesforce in 2018. Prior to MuleSoft, Leslie ran sales operations and strategy at Dropbox, scaling the sales team more than 3x during a period of hypergrowth. She also led the Dropbox rotation program and leadership development initiatives, focusing on growing all levels of talent throughout the company. Leslie has a Master of Business Administration from Harvard Business School and a Bachelor of Arts in law, letters, and society from the University of Chicago. She grew up in San Francisco and when she’s not working, you can find her either traveling the world with her family or exploring all the great restaurants and hiking trails the Bay Area has to offer.

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