June 24 at 1 pm ET
This session will focus on the role human resources, other management, and solution providers can play in: helping CEOs develop and implement a human capital management strategy with clear metrics; providing better measurement of HR and specifically engagement practices; contributing to the publication of Corporate Responsibility Reports, and even assisting CEOs with human capital merger and acquisition assessments. What does HR or experts need to do as professionals to help organizations profit from these opportunities? What types of skills, expertise, tools, and experience will they need?
This panel follows up with the Stakeholder in Capitalism kick-off program with David Ulrich on Stakeholder Capitalism principles and the impact on leadership and HR set for June 12, 12 pm ET.
The Covid-19 crisis is accelerating a trend already well under way: the need for CEOs to have a strategic and systematic approach to human capital management and metrics that engage all stakeholders—employees, customers, distribution and supply chain partners, and communities, etc.—in the organization’s brand, culture, goals and objectives. Over the last year, the World Economic Forum, the Business Roundtable, the Embankment Project led by the Rothschild family; Larry Fink, CEO of Blackrock; the hedge fund investor Paul Tudor Jones and his Just Capital outreach group—have all espoused a new charter for capitalism that focuses on achieving sustainable organizational goals by strategically addressing the needs of all stakeholders, not just shareholders. This creates a significant opportunity for a new breed of people-focused executive equipped with a strategic and systematic approach to people management across the enterprise.