It’s Time for a Change: The New Building Blocks of Human Capital Management

 
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It’s Time for a Change: The New Building Blocks of Human Capital Management

As the human resources field continues to evolve, companies are increasingly realizing the intrinsic value of their employees and the role they play in initiative success, productivity and engagement.

But as organizations become more virtual, role clarity is diminishing. This in turn blurs how we define success and the metrics by which we measure performance in each role — important factors in developing individual contributors, first-line supervisors and the next generation of leaders. GP Strategies understands that no matter what the size of your organization, developing an effective people strategy is essential to creating the focus and momentum required for business success.

Attendees of this session will learn the key components of a comprehensive people strategy. Presenters will also share an effective approach to distill a set of outcomes that can be used as the design point across the various programs that make up the people strategy.

During this session, attendees will learn:

The value of individual outcomes and how they drive business outcomes.
The most powerful leadership tool available in today’s workplace.
The impact of technology on an effective people strategy. (It’s not what you think!)

Mark Felix & Butler Newman

Mark Felix’s background includes a blend of consulting experience with real world management experience.

Felix has had operating experience running businesses in industries that include consulting, medical services and technology. Felix served as global CEO of rogenSi, a leadership, change and sales performance consultancy, where he had global leadership responsibilities for driving the strategy and growth of the firm. Prior to rogenSi, Felix held the position of executive vice president for Vital Signs, a medical products company. While with Vital Signs, he had additional responsibilities as the CEO for Sleep Services of America, a medical services subsidiary, and as the president of Stelex, a technology-consulting subsidiary, as they integrated acquired businesses.

Felix holds bachelor’s degrees in political science and psychology from the University of Rochester and an MBA degree from Boston University. Felix served as an officer in the U.S. Marine Corps.

When not working with clients, Felix lives in New Jersey with his wife, Nancy, and can be found either training for a race, reading a biography or golfing.

Butler Newman is a recognized leader in the field of organizational performance, consulting with business and learning leaders to ensure top performance in roles critical to their organizations’ success. He has published multiple articles on the topic, and as vice president of performance excellence, Newman leads the organizational excellence practice for the global consulting organization GP Strategies Corp. Newman has consulted with numerous organizations on both individual and organization performance improvement initiatives, including Fortune 100 companies across diverse industries such as automotive, consumer products, retail, financial, telecommunications, health care, and pharmaceutical. He has led regional and global initiatives in Indonesia, Netherlands, South Africa, the United States and the United Kingdom.