What Do CEOs Think About Human Capital?
25 May, 2012 | ()
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The 2012 Conference Board CEO Challenge®— Voices from the Front Lines
In this new series of webcasts, we’ll hear from corporate practitioners on the front lines of addressing the top-ranked challenges. Executives from across the enterprise will join lively discussions of what they believe will be the most critical strategies for meeting these challenges.
Human Capital is not just about workers, their hours and their pay. It’s about what people bring to the organization. Those who are succeeding in Human Capital management have a team of diverse, talented, engaged, passionate, and effective leaders. The top two strategies globally to meet the Human Capital challenge are to grow internally and improve leadership development programs. CEOs also indicated that it is important to provide proper employee training and development. CEOs in Asia think Human Capital is a higher-ranking challenge than their counterparts do in the United States and Europe. In India and China, CEOs rank Human Capital as their number one challenge, whereas in the United States, it is ranked fourth.
Audience: Executives and directors who are responsible for developing and implementing the company’s human capital strategies. Managers in Talent Management, Leadership Development, Engagement, and HR should also attend.
Paul joined Citi on February 1, 2008 with 25 years of experience in human resources management, consulting and education. As Head of Human Resources, he is responsible for all of human resources for Citigroup, and for all Talent Management program... Full Bio
Rebecca L. Ray, Ph.D.
Rebecca Ray is senior vice president, human capital at The Conference Board and the leader of the Human Capital Practice. Human capital research at The Conference Board focuses on human capital analytics, labor markets, workforce readiness, strate... Full Bio