Registry Advisory Services is pleased to announce a new value-added and long-needed Nursing Consulting Practice (NCP). Provosts, members of the institutional executive leadership group, Deans as well as Chief Nursing Officers (CHROs) may now avail themselves of the knowledge, competencies and confidential advice of highly seasoned, trusted higher education Nursing leadership executives. With a deep and intimate understanding of higher education, the NCP will position the new or current Nursing leader and the school or college of nursing for accelerated involvement and contributions to institutional priorities.
Core Service—Raising the Impact and Value of the HR Function
HR offices, CHROs, and everyone involved in the enterprise-wide HR work have been stretched beyond their limits and must now refocus on the current and future workforce needs of the institution. Providing strategic institutional and innovative leadership while maintaining core functions often seems impossible; to do so requires rethinking the priorities, structure, services, staffing, and technology of the central office, and building connectivity throughout the institution for an enterprise-wide HR function including leaders, managers, and HR departmental liaisons. The HRCP will draw upon extensive leadership competencies and experience, key relationships, benchmarking and best practices to help the CHRO and institutional leaders build a plan with clear roadmap to change. If the CHRO position has been vacated, the HRCP will partner with the institution to reassess and focus the HR operation with new/revised priorities prior to recruitment. If a Registry Interim CHRO will be used, the HRCP can partner with the interim CHRO to accelerate progress.
Value Delivery—Solving Problems and Advancing Priorities
Our Value Proposition: Deep insights with extensive senior experience on the “inside” of higher ed; proven careers of high trust level with presidents, provosts, fellow CHROs and other senior leaders; a focus on delivering outcomes versus activity; backed by the Registry brand.
Larry Lewellen, Practice Leader, Senior Consultant, Registry Member - A seasoned executive with an MBA in Finance, undergraduate degree in business management/human resources, and extensive experience in both private and public sector. Mr. Lewellen’s interests are in the development and execution of human resources strategies tied to business objectives, culture and leadership development; and optimization of the human resources structure, function, talent and connections for higher education.
Mr. Lewellen’s recent assignments as Registry Interim Chief HR Officer include St Petersburg College, Brandeis University, and University of Maine. Important accomplishments include reorganizing HR, elevating the status and services of the office, integrating across the institution, and recruiting a talented ongoing CHRO.
His career at Ohio State University spanned 29 years, with 14 years as the Vice President and Chief HR Officer for the entire university and medical center—an extremely complex national research university. During his career at Ohio State, he gained experience in all facets of human resources operations, services and leadership, including wellness, compensation, executive compensation, benefits, talent, employee relations, labor negotiations, management information, PeopleSoft system, leadership development, strategic planning, pension reform, and leading enterprise-wide culture transformation.
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