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Organization Effectiveness Lead

Posted on Feb 14, 2020 by Humana

Louisville, KY 40201
Immediate Start
Annual Salary
DescriptionThe Organization Effectiveness Lead optimizes the effectiveness of a company, business unit, or team. This position focuses on assessing, identifying, developing and implementing projects and initiatives to drive transformation and change that supports the organizations overall strategy, objectives, and priorities. May develop change management strategies, design and implement development programs, and drive talent mobility initiatives. Advises executives to develop functional strategies (often segment specific) on matters of significance. The Organization Effectiveness Lead exercises independent judgment and decision making on complex issues regarding job duties and related tasks, and works under minimal supervision, Uses independent judgment requiring analysis of variable factors and determining the best course of action.

The Organization Effectiveness Lead will:

  • Plan, design, and implement programs, processes, and interventions to improve the overall results of the organization through partnerships with the business and HR leadership.
  • Leverage enterprise talent standards and playbooks to develop 12-24 month talent road map at the segment or function level
  • Lead organization through all processes related to talent management system, including annual workforce planning, goal setting, performance management, development planning, and succession management.
  • Enable robust succession planning and development; drive the executive talent review preparation and succession consultation with segment or function leadership, identify developmental opportunities to advance talent mobility initiatives for senior-level talent
  • Drive development and talent mobility actions to increase the pipeline of diverse talent into Director ready roles
  • Partner with key stakeholders and HR Leadership to promote best practices and the collaborative delivery of change initiatives; directs and supports various organizational aspects of change initiatives such as job and organizational design, change management methodology, and organizational culture.
  • Leverage deep technical knowledge to coach senior executives on interventions that strengthen leadership capability and organizational effectiveness in the following areas:
    • Associate and leader development
    • Associate Experience
    • Culture and Values
    • Organization Design
    • Change Management
    • Team Performance

Required Qualifications
  • Bachelors degree in HR, Organization Development or related field
  • 5+ years of relevant experience in the areas of Leadership Development, Talent Management, Associate Experience, Culture and Values, Organization Design, Change Management and Team Performance.
  • Proven experience in collaborative and influential partnering with executive leadership as well as HR cross-functional partners.
  • Experience working in a fast-paced and dynamic organization.
  • Ability to understand business strategies and translate them into actionable and compelling talent development initiatives.
  • Demonstrated success developing, designing and executing talent development programs and strategies across various functional disciplines.
  • Proven experience in diagnosing solutions for organization improvement opportunities and providing consultation for best results and outcome.
  • Ability to work effectively in ambiguous, complex and dynamic environment

Preferred Qualifications
  • Masters Degree in Organizational Development/Effectiveness, Organizational Psychology, Talent Management or related field
  • Proven experience developing a talent road map across a large enterprise.
  • Proven experience in process development for Talent Reviews across a large enterprise.
  • Passion for impacting the associate and leadership experience across culture, associate experience, and change management.
  • Proven experience driving and implementing initiatives that impact multiple stakeholder groups
  • Demonstrated success in managing the people and performance aspects of large-scale change initiatives
Scheduled Weekly Hours40

Reference: 844684362

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