The mission of this publication is to provide HUMAN CAPITAL REVIEW readers with authoritative information, in high-quality format.
Serve as a practical, informative resource covering the latest thinking, trends, challenges and solutions within the Human Capital arena, throughout emerging nations.
Provide Human Resource professionals with a resource to assist them in contributing to the development of the HR profession.
HUMAN CAPITAL REVIEW offers articles that are authoritative, strategic and provide fresh and original viewpoints with practical solutions that result in increased performance, to HR professionals. Focus is shifted to international perspectives, with specific implications for practitioners in emerging markets.
HUMAN CAPITAL REVIEW covers:
Human Capital Management
Corporate Social Investment
Human Resource Development
Diversity and Equity
Team Development and more
HUMAN CAPITAL REVIEW features:
Checklists and tools
Highly recommended books
Training conferences, seminars and workshops
Advertising and directory of professional in the Human Capital and Training fields
The magazine’s content targets HR professionals at all levels, with a primary audience that includes emerging, mid-career, senior and executive HR professionals, who are striving to make a positive contribution within the human capital field.
HUMAN CAPITAL REVIEW features content from internationally renowned authors and professionals from leading organizations who have made a significant contribution to the development of human capital, from many different perspectives, over the years. Some of the authors include:
Stewart D. Friedman
Readers consist of practitioners, executives, consultants, academics and others engaged in, or otherwise associated with, the field of human capital. Individuals interested in keeping abreast of the latest thinking, trends, challenges and developments regarding critical issues facing the field also form part of our readership.
With a readership that is growing on a daily basis, HUMAN CAPITL REVIEW is currently (August 2010) read by more than 50 000 readers in over 154 countries. Companies currently subscribed include:
Expand your Mind
We all know that facilitators and developers are never allowed to get tired – we are expected to be bright-eyed and bushy-tailed all the time! The problem is that we spend so much time focusing on keeping our learners alert and involved that we forget that we too need to be refreshed.
So what is Client Service?
On a recent trip my wife and I went to a restaurant in the Wilderness, on South Africa's famed Garden Route. It was a quiet midweek evening in mid-winter, so we had not booked. We were immediately met at the door with a friendly welcome and asked where we would like to sit.
Enrich the Learning Environment
A rich learning environment is one that is filled with appropriate tools, pictures, ideas, music and furniture. Here is a selection of things that you can do to make your learning environment more interesting.