Global HR Leader Network (GHRLN)
Jon Black, Senior Network Director
Divisional heads of HR at Global 1000 organizations stay up to speed on the latest strategies in HR, and gain “high-value for time.”
Network Focus Areas
Professional Network Growth
Enjoy a diverse network of other senior HR leaders from large, global organizations.
Get actionable insights on the initiatives and issues you are facing, all curated by your network director.
Amplify your value to your organization through the innovative ideas you bring back from your network.
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For more than three years, Marissa has enjoyed gaining outside perspectives from her Human Resources network professionals as a senior director of Chief Talent Officer 250 (CTO250) Global HR Leader (GHRLN) Global Talent Innovation (GTIN) networks.
After more than 30 years in senior level and global Operations and Strategy roles in Human Resources, Marissa still values learning from her team.
What are you happiest doing when you are not working?
Vacationing with my family and being a fully engaged grandmother.
Senior Network Director, GHRLN
A writer, researcher and facilitator with more than a decade of experience serving members in senior executive peer networks, Trey most enjoys helping members build genuine, candid relationships with each other. He also manages member surveys, helping HR leaders access peer perspectives in real time.
What's the best thing about working at Executive Networks?
Seeing members challenge each other to think more critically and consider different perspectives.
As the Network Director for Global HR Services Network (GHRSN), Jon brings his learnings from an extensive career spanning a breadth of HR roles, including Total Rewards and HR Systems for both Hyatt Hotels and Republic Services.
Jon appreciates the value of a close peer network and the insights that members can adopt to deepen engagement across an organization and guide the focus of their roles for the betterment of the business.
What is your superpower?
Empathy and Care – You can’t be trusted to help others until they truly know you care. Person first!