Chief Talent, Diversity & Inclusion Officer (BB-E096F)
Encontrado en: Neuvoo CR
Changing the world through digital experiences is what Adobe’s all about. We give everyone—from emerging artists to global brands—everything they need to design and deliver exceptional digital experiences! We’re passionate about empowering people to create beautiful and powerful images, videos, and apps, and transform how companies interact with customers across every screen.
We’re on a mission to hire the very best and are committed to creating exceptional employee experiences where everyone is respected and has access to equal opportunity. We realize that new ideas can come from everywhere in the organization, and we know the next big idea could be yours!
The Role Chief Talent, Diversity & Inclusion Officer is a new role that will be responsible for creating the strategy for Adobe’s continued commitment to diversity and inclusion (D&I) as an enterprise-wide global priority and integrating it across the Global Talent function. Adobe’s Global Talent function is comprised of global leaders, including the following functions: talent acquisition, talent development, talent management and talent operations. This leader will be responsible for developing and delivering world-class talent solutions with global participation and impact, with a focus on growth and development. They will partner with the leadership team on the company’s people priorities to reinforce the connection between people strategy, business strategy and culture. Adobe recognizes that diversity and inclusion requires a multidimensional approach to drive real change. They have a track record of progressive, family-friendly benefits and policies; robust employee community groups and programs; fair-pay practices that have allowed them to achieve global pay parity, and an innovative focus on opportunity parity. Building on an established foundation, this role offers the leader an opportunity to further expand the reach and impact of Adobe’s D&I strategy, across talent, social advocacy, product, and technology. This leader will be responsible for determining where and how to invest resources to have the greatest lasting impact, at Adobe and externally. This leader will be responsible for leading a large team and navigating a complex global operation in 25+ countries with 65 offices and over 22,000 employees. They will report into the Chief People Officer and will partner with the executive leadership team, including the General Counsel and Chief Marketing Officer, as well as senior the leadership team within the global Employee Experience organization and across the company.
This executive will be a strategist and innovator, and they will have a high level of visibility with executive management, the board, and the external market. An important focus of the role is internal change management, as this leader will be charged with scaling internal growth and development in a “digital first” world, including building an inclusive culture and a world class diverse talent pool.
This executive will architect and govern the organization’s D&I strategic plan and talent practices. While the following areas of responsibility should be anticipated, the new executive should be prepared to play an active role in building and shaping the agenda over time.
This leader will design and lead the implementation of the enterprise-wide D&I strategy and integrate it across each of the functions. This leader will identify relevant trends and market dynamics and collaborate with internal partners to arrive at strategic decisions.
This leader will facilitate and drive technical and human capability to advance internal growth and development as well as organizational capability for diversity and inclusion across the company and within the global talent function.
This leader will have direct responsibility and accountability for a dedicated team of 150+ employees including talent acquisition, talent development, talent management, talent operations and D&I. They will have the opportunity to expand the team based on the business case for additional resourcing to support strategy.
This new executive will serve as the executive sponsor and champion for D&I across a variety of functions including marketing, communications, public policy, supply chain, research and development to drive a robust strategic vision and roadmap. In order to achieve this objective, this leader will cultivate followership and develop strategic partnerships with senior executives across functions and businesses throughout the organization.
This leader will develop relationships with external partners and professional organizations to advance our D&I goals. This executive will represent the organization and actively showcase Adobe’s brand.
In terms of the performance and personal competencies required for the position, we would highlight the following:
Background & Experience
This leader will have a deep personal dedication to the value of diversity and inclusion and will have a talent management capability and approach that enables the organization to develop and deliver world-class outcomes, with global participation and impact.
To be successful in this position, this individual must have extensive knowledge of D&I practices as well as expertise in direction and/or consulting on organization-wide development and change initiatives. This leader will also have experience managing a global talent function simultaneously with or independent from leading D&I. Success in this position requires the ability to establish collaborative relationships (at all levels), set direction, develop others, and instill a strong results orientation.
A pragmatic disruptor is the ideal candidate profile.
A forward-looking approach to developing new, innovative ideas that will stretch the company in advancing inclusion, diversity, and community engagement.
Critical thinking and skillfully conceptualizing, analyzing, synthesizing, and evaluating information from multiple sources and perspectives to reach an answer or conclusion.
Effectively balance the desire/need for broad change with an understanding of how much change the organization is capable of handling to create realistic goals and implementation plans that are achievable and successful.
Executing for Results
Exceptional project management/organizational skills; ability to manage multiple priorities; can translate business strategies into impactful people and business strategies.
Excels at delivering and continuously improving D&I and Talent programs in a seamless and impactful way, driving the business to achieve objectives and improve effectiveness.
Uses data to drive decision making, assess changes, adapt plans, and measure progress.
The ability to set clear and challenging goals while committing the company to improved performance, tenacious and accountable in driving results.
Comfortable with ambiguity and uncertainty; the ability to adapt nimbly and lead others through complex situations.
Leads inclusively to build and lead strong teams, unleashing the full potential of all team members, direct and indirect.
The ability to attract and recruit top talent; widely viewed as a strong developer of others.
A leader who is self-reflective and self-aware of their own limitations.
Leads by example and drives the organization's performance with an attitude of continuous improvement by being open to feedback and self-improvement.
Perseveres in the face of challenges and exhibits a steadfast resolve and relentless commitment to higher standards, commands respect from others.
Relationships and Influence
Influencing through relationships, internal and external, is important. Ability to persuade hearts and minds, engage in difficult and deeply personal dialogue with empathy, and handle conflict with grace and humility.
Both high intellect and emotional intelligence in order to communicate and influence effectively within a global, matrixed organization to meet the organization where it is.
A collaborative style to work with others openly and transparently to create an environment where diverse viewpoints are valued, and information is shared with others for the purposes of achieving a shared goal.
More About Adobe
Adobe is passionate about developing leaders at all levels of the organization, from individual contributors to people managers. The company evaluates leadership based on the following capabilities.
Be Creative: Create what’s next.
• Challenge the status quo
• Persevere through obstacles
• Deliver innovative customer solutions
Be Focused: Scale for tomorrow.
• Drive operational excellence
• Build repeatable processes
• Prioritize the big bets
Be a Leader: Inspire others to achieve.
• Communicate your vision
• Partner and break down silos
• Gain commitment of others
Adobe is an equal opportunity employer. We hire hardworking individuals, regardless of gender, race or color, ethnicity or national origin, age, disability, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or veteran status. We know that when our employees feel appreciated and included, they can be more creative, innovative and successful. This is what it means to be Adobe For All. Learn more about our vision here.
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