Whether you’re a public company that is required to address the new human capital disclosures or a private company that needs to begin considering the requirements, there is a focus across all industries on understanding the value of human capital as a key factor for sustainability and long-term success. But how do you identify what and how to measure in order to accurately reflect human capital’s impact on the organization? How do you determine what is critical for internal versus external reporting?
- Describe the new SEC disclosure requirements and how to comply
- Identify human capital metrics and develop a scoreboard
- Explain how organizations are currently reporting on human capital
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.