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2020 - Who Am I? The role of Human Capital Assets in the Global Workplace



VenueOnline Event, USA - United States USA - United States

KeywordsHuman Capital Assets; Quaker Business Model; Human Capital through History


Topics/Call fo Papers

Employees are no longer expense items to your organizations. They are now critical parts of our organizations. This change has changed the way that organizations need to consider their human capital assets and the way that organization operates in the knowledge age rather than the time of the family farm.
This webinar follows the changes in business from the time of the family farm to the industrial age to the knowledge age and how these changes have forced organizations to undertake a new focus on their employees.
The role of human capital within our organizations has changed dramatically over time. This 75-minute conversation with your team walks through that change from the time of the family farm to the current knowledge age. Daniel Bloom helps you understand the change from expense item to critical success factor within your organization.
The presentation also discusses some key strategies to enable your human capital assets to recognize that you understand their value to your organization. No matter what generation they represent, the webinar will show you how to meet the necessities of meeting your organizational needs while retaining valuable talent.
Classification of Human Capital Assets
Evolutionary Nature of the Workplace
Quaker Business Model
Role of Human Capital through History
New Paradigm concerns for Management
C-Level Executives
Front-Line Employees
Daniel T. Bloom SPHR, SSBB, SCRP is a well respected author, speaker and human resource strategist, who during his career has worked with the Fortune 1000, Small to Medium Size Enterprises and State. Local and Federal Government Agencies.. He has been an educator, a contingency executive recruiter, a member of a Fortune 1000 divisional HR staff and the Corporate Relocation Director for several real estate firms in the Tampa Bay area.
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Last modified: 2020-10-30 17:52:40