With few specifics in the new SEC human capital regulation, how can companies articulate the relationship between workers and the company’s value? To go beyond checking the box and derive meaningful value, there are key steps leaders can take to help get the most out of human capital reporting as a discipline and establish direct links between their people and their future prosperity.
- Explain the four types of measure for human capital – demographic, operational, outcome and measurement linkages
- Establish the right human capital reporting governance structure to ensure success
- Determine the 8 steps to take when implementing HCR
- Apply the Human Capital Model to ensure ROI
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Al is a Director in the Business Performance Improvement Practice. He has over 20 years of Financial Management and Human Resources experience, focused on leading groups through financial transformation and business performance modeling (FRRC), corporate performance management (CPM), enterprise resource planning (ERP), process improvement and merger integration initiatives in both the private and public sectors. Al has managed several global client initiatives which were focused on large-scale portfolio, program management, and divestiture and separation initiatives.
Kimberly Lanier is an Associate Director, Business Performance Improvement for Protiviti. In this role, she is responsible for leading the Human Capital Reporting segment of HR Transformation. Kimberly has over 20 years of experience in HR, Performance and People Analytics and has worked with many F500 global brands to quantify and amplify the value of their workforce. She is a frequent speaker, author and advisory board member of organizations such as University of Houston C.T. Bauer College of Business, Enterprise Engagement Institute, and Hoopla. Kimberly has been noted as a Top 100 Global Influencer on Inspiring Workplaces since 2016 and is a judge for the 2021 Global Employee Engagement Awards.
David Simmonds (M.Sc. HRD, FITOL, Chartered FCIPD) has a destiny to improve the quality of training and to help other people fulfil their potential. He has a lifetime's experience in learning and development. He has worked on five continents, making presentations, and running Masterclasses. He is an award-winning author. David is the first individual to receive a professional certification for ISO 30414 Human Capital Management reporting.
He is a Chartered Fellow of the U.K.'s CIPD (Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development), and holds certifications from the Institute of Sales and Marketing Management; the Institute of Training and Occupational Learning; and the Higher Education Academy.