Georgia College to Host Distinguished Chief Human Resources Officer

Georgia College to Host Distinguished Chief Human Resources Officer

Jim Link, nationally recognized thought-leader, to visit Georgia College

On Tuesday, January 25th, at 5 p.m, Georgia College Leadership Programs will host Jim Link, founder and managing principal at C2Lead. The event is part of Georgia College’s Inspire! Forum on Leadership.

Link, who served for more than ten years as chief human resources officer at Randstad North America, will speak about leadership for the public good and how individuals and organizations can promote equitable business cultures. At Randstad, he maintained full scope human resources responsibility for the organization’s $5.2 billion business and had key executive leadership accountability for 5,200 internal employees and up to 100,000 employees on customer assignments. He previously served in executive human resources roles at Porsche, the Pillsbury Company, and General Electric.

“I am delighted and honored to welcome Jim Link to Georgia College,” says Dr. Harold Mock, director of leadership programs. “In a time of rapid and revolutionary changes in talent development, we are grateful for his insights and expertise.”

The forum will be hosted by Georgia College Leadership Programs, in collaboration with the Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges. 

The event is free and open to the public and will be held in the Magnolia Ballroom in Milledgeville. To learn more visit gcsu.edu/inspire.

The Inspire! Forum on Leadership is Georgia College’s presentation-discussion series on leadership for the public good. Presenters are distinguished executives in private enterprise or hold leadership roles in the public sector and share the university’s commitment to leadership for the public good, whether in business, the non-profit sector, or public affairs.

Georgia College’s Office of Leadership Programs provides teaching, research, and public service related to leadership, citizenship, democracy, and public affairs. With the support of a distinguished faculty and practitioners, we educate the next generation of Georgia’s leaders for the public good. Our programs bring together scholars and students, as well as business leaders, non-profit executives, journalists, and public officials, and offer a trusted forum on citizen-leadership and pressing issues of the day.

For more information, visit leadcreatively.org or contact leadership.programs@gcsu.edu or (478) 445-1227.  

 

Updated: 2022-01-19
Tue,
Jan
25,
2022
  
5:00 
P.M.
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6:30
P.M.
Harold Mock
harold.mock@gcsu.edu
(478) 445-1227
Leadership Programs
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