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A New Perspective on HR and Human Capital, Aligning Human Capital with Board Expectations
Today more than ever, individuals in senior management, human resources and boards are looking to place a focus on human capital within their organizations. These leaders readily admit they cannot possibly prepare for all of the possible scenarios they may face; however, media outlets, mistakes made by peers, and other external factors highlight their need to clearly understand how to best handle business issues that affect their human capital.
In this webinar, Jim Geier will provide guidance on:
- Why HR executives must be attuned to the Human Capital challenges facing their organization
- How HR should work with senior management to develop a strategic plan that has input and buy in from their Board.
- What human capital issues need to be included in the plan
- Best practices for collaboration between senior management, human resources and your Board
- Sample agenda items that should be discussed with your Board of Directors
- Suggestions on how to ensure all parties are held accountable
After completing this webinar you will have a practical plan of action and better understand the importance of bringing a strong ROI for every dollar invested into your company’s Human Capital.
Speaker: Jim Geier
Jim Geier offers more than thirty years of consulting, senior management, and human resources experience in the public, private and not-for-profit sector guiding leadership teams to ensure that their business strategies pay off in the short-, mid- and long-term. He has a wealth of US and global experience in top companies across the financial services, healthcare, life sciences and chemical industries.
As Founder, President and CEO of Human Capital Consulting Partners (www.hccpartners.com),
Jim works with senior management teams, Boards of Directors and human resources executives to identify pressing business needs, and then helps them develop practical and results-oriented solutions that best fit the needs of the company. Jim is known for his unique blend of keen business insight and logistical savvy. His combination of expertise, operational excellence and proactive project management has yielded successful results for his clients. Jim knows how to ask the right clarifying questions to produce a range of solutions that address a business’s organizational issues, all the while preserving trust and credibility with his clients at all levels. His unique approach has been proven to dramatically affect the bottom line and ultimately, shareholder value.
HCC Partners was born of Jim’s insight as a top human resources executive at companies including Quaker Chemical Corporation, Rhone-Poulenc Rorer Pharmaceuticals (now Sanofi-Aventis), Thomas Jefferson University and Mellon Bank.
Jim sits on two Boards –Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union, where he has served as Vice-Chairman of the Board, Co-Chair Governance Committee and Chair Human Resources Committee and Philadelphia Young Playwrights, where he serves as a President of the Board and a member of the Executive Committee.
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